Chief Manuel Orosa
Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa says he’s taking steps right now to curb crime after a violent week in the Miami area in which two 16-year-old boys have lost their lives to gunfire and two others have been hospitalized with gunshot wounds.
Activists and a grieving mother are demanding answers after Miami Police Officer Reynaldo Goyos is fired but not prosecuted after he shot and killed an unarmed 28-year-old man during a traffic stop two years ago.
A massive, multi-agency crackdown on drug dealing and violent crime in Miami has yielded hundreds of arrests along with cash, illegal weapons and illegal drugs.
A pair of Miami commissioners and a mayor have been cited by the county’s ethics commission for violations.
More than a dozen people have been arrested in an insurance fraud scam responsible for keeping car insurance premiums sky high for the rest of us, according to police.
Miami leaders are hoping the sweet science of boxing may be able to keep local kids away from criminal activity.
Surrounded by family and friends, Manuel Orosa will be sworn in Tuesday as Miami’s new Chief of Police.
Miami’s interim top cop is downplaying criminal charges brought against one of his officers who led a state trooper on a high speed chase captured on camera.