Dead Man Walking: Inside The 1966 Murder Of Bobby WilliamsHe was only 17 on August 5, 1966, but 48-years later, the date is still seared into Timothy Drayton’s memory as if it was yesterday. That was the day his friend, Bobby Williams, was shot and killed by Dade County Sheriffs deputies, in what Drayton now claims, was a murder, set up, sanctioned and committed by officers of the law and even a local judge.
Skimmers Hit Hess Stations; Customers' Info CompromisedIf you fill up your tank at a Hess gas station, you will want to pay extra close attention to your bank accounts.
Miami Homeless Federal Case SettledA long-standing federal court case over the treatment of homeless people in Miami has finally come to an end with a settlement.
Criminals Target FBI With Obvious ResultsOf all the places a criminal would target, an FBI field office is not high on the list…unless you’re the trio accused of trying skim off a construction contract with the feds.
Sarasota Upgrades To $1.2 Million New Fingerprinting System A new form of technology has made its way into the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Wednesday, in efforts to make the fingerprinting process a little more easier.
CBS4 Investigates: Miami-Dade Gun Violence In recent days there have been at least eight people shot in the City of Miami, including three teenagers. Two of the teens were killed.
New M-D Police Director No Stranger To Dealing With ViolenceIn his first extended interview since becoming Miami-Dade County's Police Director, J.D. Patterson said he understands the damage that violence can do to a community as well as individual families.
Crooks Caught On Camera Stealing Packages From S. Miami Front DoorA man is caught on camera stealing packages from outside a South Miami home, police said.
Crime Rate Increases In Broward & Miami-Dade In 2011The Florida Department of Law Enforcement announced Monday that Florida’s crime rate dropped nearly one percent in 2011 compared to 2010. Violent crimes statewide were down by 3.7 percent.
The Perils of Public Computers ExposedWe have a warning for anyone who ever uses a public computer at places such as a hotel, coffee shop or library. Criminals have found ways to swipe all your personal information from these unsecured, public computers.
Legislature Moving On Criminal, Justice System ReformsThe Republican mantra of get tough on criminals gave way slightly this year to measures aimed at helping some criminals and ex-offenders break the cycle of crime while saving the state money.
College Football's Criminal ProblemFor most fans of college football, especially fans of the big three schools in Florida, seeing a handful of players getting arrested each year for crimes ranging from public intoxication to sex offenses and assault is the norm.