Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa
Miami’s police chief Manuel Orosa has been at odds with his officers for some time. Now the public feud between the union and the city just became a little more intense, as the chief is now taking officers guns away when they visit city hall.
City leaders and residents in Coconut Grove will come together Saturday to celebrate the grand opening of a new police office in the community.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The man suspected of a kidnapping and sexual assault of a woman in Miami appeared before a judge on Thursday.
The man police believe is responsible for raping and robbing a woman at gunpoint as she sat in her car in broad daylight is now being charged with that crime after being jailed nearly two weeks ago on unrelated robbery and kidnapping charges.
Along with the hustle and bustle of the holidays comes concern by the Miami Police Department for the city’s residents and visitors as they begin their shopping. Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado said once again they city’s police department will be putting more officers on the street to keep things safe.
More than a dozen new Miami police officers will soon be hitting the streets. The 13 officers were sworn in Monday at the City of Miami Police College.
Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa says he’s taking steps right now to curb crime after a violent week in the Miami area in which two 16-year-old boys have lost their lives to gunfire and two others have been hospitalized with gunshot wounds.
A Miami Police officer has been fired for the shooting death of an unarmed man in Little Haiti in February 2011.
Hundreds of students in the City of Miami took a pledge against violence Friday.
Miami Police Chief Manuel Oroza reportedly plans to take disciplinary measures against 36 cops caught driving at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour while off duty.