A South Florida man, dubbed the “Sweetheart Swindler,” was sentenced Thursday morning to ten years in prison for swindling two women out of more than $370,000 with promises of marriage and a prosperous life together.
Having tried and failed twice to convict Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones on public corruption charges, the State Attorney’s Office in Miami-Dade may soon find itself in court, defending against charges of misconduct in pursuing Jones.
For the third time in the past year, a treasurer at a Miami-Dade Public school has been arrested and charged with stealing funds from her school.
Maria Holly may have stopped at the Seminole Coconut Creek Casino hoping to hit the jackpot, but instead she crapped out when she was arrested for allegedly leaving an elderly woman in her care sitting in the woman’s car while she may have run in to find her fortune.
A Broward County jury found the so-called “Sweetheart Swindler” guilty of wooing two women, only to steal their money.
Surveillance tape at a Coral Gables school lead to the capture of a man who Miami-Dade Schools Police said is a career criminal who has targeted both a middle school and a hospital.
On a day most women want flowers, two women went to court hoping for justice.
A Miramar woman has been charged with Grand Theft after she allegedly stole nearly $33 thousand from a school’s Parent Teacher Association.
Airline passengers are warned not to put expensive things in luggage, a Miami TSA baggage screener is proof the warning makes sense. Michael Pujol was charged with Grand Theft after Miami-Dade police said he rifled a traveler’s luggage, stealing at least one iPad.
Florida State Seminoles reserve cornerback Avis Commack faces felony grand theft charges after a fellow student’s Apple iPad was reported stolen.