Ed Griffith

Juan Pablo Cartes

Prosecutors Dismiss Case Against Paraguayan President’s Son

The son of Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes has been let off the hook after South Florida authorities dropped their assault case against him.


Anthony Bosch, the founder of a Coral Gables anti-aging clinic, agreed to talk to MLB about players who allegedly came to his now-closed Biogenesis of America clinic for PEDs. (Source: CBS4)

State Launches Criminal Investigation Into Biogenesis, Tony Bosch

State authorities said they have launched a criminal investigation into the now-closed Biogenesis clinic at the center of Major League Baseball’s latest performance-enhancing drug scandal.


Reclaim Trailer Park (Source: CBS4)

Miami Police Look To Restore Paradise To Mobile Home Park

Miami Police and other agencies raided a notorious mobile home park that has had more than 2,000 calls for help in the past five years because of crime and where authorities say living conditions are “intolerable.”

CBS Miami–08/06/2013

Quentin Wyche

Charges Dropped Against FIU Student In Football Player’s Death

The Florida International University student charged in the stabbing death of the school’s football running back will not go to trial at this time.


Ivanna Villanueva (Source: CBS4)

UM Student In Deadly DUI Crash Heads To Youthful Offender Facility

A former University of Miami student who killed a woman in a deadly DUI crash two years ago has escaped a stiffer penalty.


Ivanna Villanueva in court. (Source: CBS4)

Drug Test Results Could Alter Former UM Student’s Prison Sentence

A problem has arisen for a 21-year-old University of Miami student who turned herself in Tuesday to begin a prison sentence for a deadly drunk driving accident.


Ivanna Villaneuva

Toxicology Report Released In Teen Driver’s Deadly Crash

A recently released toxicology report shows the University of Miami student involved in a deadly accident in Coral Gables had nearly triple the legal limit of alcohol in her system.



Miami-Dade Judge Throws Drug Cases Out

More than three dozen people being held in Miami-Dade were given ‘get out of jail free’ cards Wednesday after a judge dropped the drug charges against them.


Courtroom Generic Gavel

Federal Drug Decision Causing Legal Headaches

It was déjà vu in Miami-Dade bond court Friday morning when Judge Milton Hirsch released all prisoners on their own recognizance that were being held on a cocaine possession charge.


A new initiative would help keep first time DUI offenders not involved in a crash out of jail in Miami-Dade.  (Source: CBS)

MADD Takes ‘Wait-And-See’ Stance On New DUI Initiative

Mothers Against Drunk Driving has adopted a ‘wait-and-see’ attitude toward a new Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office initiative which would keep first time ‘non-crash’ DUI offenders out of jail.