“Crime Stoppers Miami”
Health officials are in the process of tracking down dozens of passengers who flew to and from Fort Lauderdale this week on Frontier airlines. It’s the very same jetliner the nurse who is sick with Ebola took to Dallas a day earlier.
A fire in a Deerfield Beach apartment complex left one man with critical injuries Saturday morning.
Pedro Strop hit Giancarlo Stanton with a pitch in the eighth inning then threw a wild pitch that allowed the Marlins slugger to score the go-ahead run, and the Marlins beat the Chicago Cubs 4-3 Sunday.
Miami-Dade County Crime Stoppers Executive Director Richard “Dick” Masten will not go to jail for contempt of court after he ate the paper that had details about an anonymous tip. Instead, he will write a report about the law and anonymous tipster.
The director of Crime Stoppers in Miami-Dade County was arrested Friday morning on a contempt of court charge.
The man accused of gunning down a Miami security guard, sparking a nationwide manhunt, has been captured in Texas.
The family of a 54-year-old teacher and Air Force veteran who was gunned down in December, 2009 by a killer with an AK-47 assault rifle are appealing for the public’s help in solving this crime.
Loved ones and the Miami-Dade police are asking for the public’s help in solving six murders and those pleas are being broadcast only on CBS4’s sister station TV33.
Family members are asking for the public’s help in solving two homicides–one involving a 19-year-old man near a Miami park and the other regarding the death of a popular Broward transit bus driver who was gunned down while jogging in Miami Gardens.
It’s the latest weapon in the fight against crime in South Florida. And it’s a new show that will air every Saturday at 10 p.m. on CBS4’s sister station–TV 33.