When police officers pull over a vehicle, the threat of a driver’s gun is top of mind. On Saturday, an ICE agent should have been more concerned about his own gun.
The former chief of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Miami has pleaded guilty to federal child pornography charges.
The former chief of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Miami is expected to change his plea in July rather than go to trial on Internet child-pornography charges.
With support eroding for a new privately built and operated federal detention center in Southwest Ranches, the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency announced late Friday that it was abandoning plans for the center, a victory for opponents and a blow to those who saw it as a source of tax revenue and jobs.
Just days after David Edwin Bradley shot two law enforcement officers before turning the gun on himself on the Florida Turnpike; details of Bradley’s past are adding more questions to what led to Thursday’s shootings.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement assistant field office director Gabriel Martinez was released from Memorial Regional Hospital Saturday just 48 hours after he was shot while helping other officers on the Florida Turnpike.
The FBI named David Edwin Bradley, 23, of Miami Gardens, Florida as the man who carjacked two cars, robbed a Broward barber shop, and then shot two law enforcement officers on the Florida Turnpike Thursday evening.
Customers inside a Pembroke Pines barber shop were terrified when a man burst in Thursday and robbed the place at gunpoint. Little did they know he’d end up shooting two South Florida law enforcement officers in the middle of the Florida Turnpike before turning the gun on himself.
Two law enforcement officers were shot at the height of rush hour Thursday afternoon, and a suspect lay dead on the pavement, after what started as a carjacking in Miami-Dade County ended on the Turnpike in Hollywood in a blaze of gunfire. Police said the wounds sustained by both officers are not life threatening.
Despite the objections of a group trying to block the building of huge federal detention center in the town of Southwest Ranches, Davie officials unanimously approved a measure which would supply fire service to the town beginning as early as this October.