The estranged husband of a missing Miramar woman was indicted on a first degree murder charge by a Broward County grand jury Thursday.
Cid Torrez, who Miramar Police say killed his wife Vilet, was ordered not to have contact with is children until the criminal investigation into the first degree murder charge is complete.
The estranged husband of a missing Miramar woman was denied bond Thursday morning during a brief first appearance court hearing in Broward.
Miramar Police tell CBS4 News that they have arrested a Miramar man in connection with the disappearance of his wife.
The family of Vilet Torrez is hoping some new billboards will solve the mystery of what happened to the missing Miramar mother.
The probe into the strange disappearance of a Miramar mother grows deeper.
A telling clue may have been made in a call to 911 concerning the disappearance of a Miramar woman. On Tuesday police released the tape recorded on Monday, April 2nd when Cid Torrez called to report that his wife Vilet, 38, was missing.
Surveillance video released Monday shows what Miramar Police believe is Vilet Torrez driving in to her Miramar community through the visitor entrance gate.
The family of Vilet Torrez, a mother of three missing since late March, is angry over a decision by child welfare workers to allow her children to live with their father.
It’s been nearly two months since Vilet Torrez went missing. As the investigation continues, Vilet’s family said they are outraged the state of Florida is allowing Cid Torrez to have custody of the couple’s three children.