A Southwest Miami-Dade man whose daughter was found dead in the back of his pick up truck in Palm Beach County off I-95 has been charged with attempted murder on his 10 year old son Victor.
Details from an arrest report are beginning to paint the picture as to what happened before Jorge Barahona, 53, and his truck were found on the side of I-95 Monday with a strong smell of chemicals coming from the truck, his son burned, and the body of his daughter in the back of his truck.
As investigators continue to piece together the mystery surrounding a pesticide truck parked along the side of I-95 in West Palm Beach that sent a father and son to the hospital, a senior law enforcement source has told CBS4 News the body found in a bag inside the back of the truck is believed to be the driver’s 10-year-old adopted daughter.
One day after an unidentified body was found inside a fume-filled pick-up truck on the side of the road in Palm Beach County, neighbors of the truck’s owner are in shock.
The Miami man who was found in the cab of a fume-filled pest-control pickup truck along I-95 in Palm Beach County Monday apparently was not legally allowed to do pest control work, according to an investigation by CBSMiami.com.
An overnight fire gutted a vacant building on Miami Beach. Now fire investigators are looking to see if it was intentionally set.
Valentine’s Day conjures up images of flowers and candy for most people. For three year old Milani Villana, however, it conjures up images of a new puppy she really, really wants.
No word yet on what sparked a massive fire which destroyed a vacant building on Miami Beach.
Police are looking for a man who they said was behind the wheel of an SUV that hit a 91-year-old man leaving him in critical condition.
South Florida Toyota owners can finally breathe easier about their vehicles. A government investigation into Toyota safety problems found no electronic flaws to account for reports of sudden, unintentional acceleration and other safety problems.