The young man had one word to describe Jeffery London: evil.
In a bit of legal wrangling, a man accused of a triple murder in Lauderdale Lakes earlier this year has been granted bond.
A man arrested twice for a triple murder in Lauderdale Lakes has gone to court to demand either he be guaranteed a speedy trial or set loose.
Lineten Belizaire, who had once faced three counts of First Degree Murder for the January 15th slayings of Natasha Plummer, 25, her son Carlton Stringer Jr., 6 months, and Octavia Barnett, 21 before prosecutors released him for lack of evidence was arrested again Monday on lesser charges.
Elections for 14 Broward communities are set for November, but this is the week candidates will declare their intentions to run, and from Hollywood to Parkland, everything from Mayor to commission seats are in play.
Broward Sheriff’s detectives believe they’ve arrested the man who was caught on camera last month robbing a Lauderdale Lakes convenience store.
Broward County Inspector General John Scott announced Monday that Lauderdale Lakes city officials have “grossly mismanaged public funds entrusted to its care.”
The man accused of a triple murder in Lauderdale Lakes is in trouble with the law again.
BSO detectives are asking for help from the public in locating the so-called “tussling thief.”
The man being held without bond, charged with murdering two women and a child at a Lauderdale Lakes apartment, was released Friday after a grand jury failed to find enough evidence to indict him.