The City of Miami is looking for a new police chief as the suspended top cop fights to keep his job, but this search started long before Miguel Exposito’s suspension.
Days before the Miami Commission convenes to discuss the future of Miguel Exposito, the city’s suspended police chief has filed a suit to stop two of its members from having a vote.
Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito has been suspended with pay from his position. In a Tuesday morning meeting with City Manager Johnny Martinez that lasted less than 12 minutes, Exposito was suspended for insubordination, according to Exposito’s attorney Ruben Chavez.
The City of Miami Police Department has a new temporary top cop. Major Manuel Orosa has been named acting Chief of Police in the wake of Miguel Exposito’s suspension.
One day after Miami’s top cop admitted that city officials tried to bribe him to leave his job, the city’s mayor said he knew nothing about it.
The City of Miami officially has a new City Manager. Thursday, the City of Miami commission voted to approve Johnny Martinez’ appointment to the position, left vacant by Monday’s resignation of Tony Crapp Jr.
Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado wasted no time in finding a new city manager. Less than 24 hours after accepting the resignation of Tony Crapp, Regalado announced Johnny Martinez as his choice to become city manager Tuesday morning.
A long awaited report on the management of the Miami Police department under Police Chief Miguel Exposito has found there is no reason to fire the chief, but it suggested the city begin the process of replacing him when he retires next year, and made a number of recommendations for changes in the department.
The officer involved in a police shooting that left one person dead and another hospitalized has been identified.
Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado joined the call Thursday for the city’s embattled police chief, Miguel Exposito, to resign.