Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office
The South Florida woman convicted of kidnapping and child abuse in the case of missing 4-year-old foster child Rilya Wilson will not be tried for murder.
A chapter in South Florida’s cocaine-dominated history that came to defined the 80′s as the “Cocaine Cowboy” days played out in court Thursday.
A 70-year-old man lost his life after his car plunged into a drainage canal next to Miami International Airport.
As Major League Baseball doles out penalties to Alex Rodriguez and a dozen other baseball players who were clients of Tony Bosch and his steroid peddling clinic Biogenesis, the question arises: Why hasn’t law enforcement been more involved?
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.”
As the Mayor of Homestead, Steve Bateman has been relentless pushing county officials to approve permits for a new sewage pump station in South Dade. He spent hours at County Hall cajoling staff, he berated reluctant bureaucrats in emails, and he even pitched the project during a rare, hour-long February meeting with County Mayor Carlos Gimenez.
A Miami-Dade Prosecutor who was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident with property damage has resigned from the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office.
The daughter-in-law of an 86-year-old grandfather who was killed after two young people were speeding and driving aggressively on Southwest 8th Street is speaking out, saying “he wanted to do things and now it’s been taken away.”
It’s cased dismissed for Miami rapper Gunplay. On Monday, the Miami-Dade State State Attorneys Office announced that they had dropped armed robbery charges against Gunplay aka Richard Morales.
In his final act as Miami Dade Police Director, James Loftus summoned Sgt. Jennifer Gonzalez and police officers Dario Socarras and Jose Huerta to his office. One at a time he met with them. And each conversation ended with Loftus delivering the same message: “You’re fired.”