A man who shot a police officer in a life and death struggle was sent off to a long prison stretch Friday.
The Miami-Dade police officer who was shot during a violent confrontation with a man who was involved in a Walgreens robbery and shooting, is home from the hospital.
The President of the Miami-Dade police union is thankful several South Florida officers survived a violent morning with a gun-toting criminal and when the gunfire settled, six police officers were hospitalized and two suspects were dead.
Three Miami men suspected of a robbing an off duty Miami Dade police officer and then shooting him are in custody.
A shooting that erupted in a Miami neighborhood Tuesday night left one person dead and a Miami-Dade Police officer fighting for his life with multiple gunshot wounds.
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.
Police arrested a man in connection with Friday night’s attack that sent a Hallandale Beach police officer to the hospital.
The gunman convicted of shooting and nearly killing a Coral Springs police officer has been sentenced to 14 life terms in prison.