A high-speed pursuit through two counties ended with three suspects under arrest and two Fort Lauderdale Police cruisers along with a Broward County car wrecked in an intersection.
Seriously burned in a boat explosion and fire last week in Fort Lauderdale, the skipper Tuesday described the ordeal from his bed in the burn unit at Ryder Trauma Center.
A burglary in Collier County led law enforcement on a chase through Broward County and into Miami-Dade County Tuesday evening. The high-speed chase reached speeds of more than 90 miles per hour at times.
Three Fort Lauderdale police officers accused of lying to investigators about a car chase and crash have been cleared of all criminal charges.
It was a two county chase that ended with a smashed car and three guys running from police, two of them accused of robbing a bank in Coral Springs. The three, plus another man, were in federal court Thursday morning in Fort Lauderdale.
Shoppers at Miramar shopping center were stunned Tuesday morning when police and FBI agents swarmed the parking lot and surrounding area in response to a bank robbery.
What started out as a burglary in Miami-Dade County turned into a high-speed pursuit late Tuesday morning and ended with a spectacular crash of a Mercedes E-Series sedan in Broward County.
Miami-Dade Police, along with several other agencies, were involved in a high-speed pursuit that began as an alleged home robbery and battery on a police officer and ended with shots being fired.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office is searching for a bold bank bandit who hopped the counter armed with a gun and demanded cash.
Drunk, driving a boat without lights in the dark, and threatening to kill the state agent who stopped to investigate; in Islamorada, that’s enough to send you to a jail cell, even if your name is Bible.