Opa Locka Police
A man involved in police chase last month, which resulted in a deadly wrong way crash on I-95, went before a judge Thursday morning.
A man involved in police chase last month, which resulted in a deadly wrong way crash on I-95, will be charged Wednesday.
One day after a deadly wrong way crash on I-95 which killed four people, questions have been raised about the circumstances which led up to it.
A week after the fatal mass shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut, local police were particularly fired up in urging citizens to turn in their guns.
A person on a dirt bike who Opa Police officers shot at during a chase has been taken into custody.
An Opa-Locka Police Captain, who has been under investigation for nearly a year has pled guilty to drug charges.
Two Opa-locka Police officers appeared before a judge in a contempt of court hearing Thursday. The judge wanted to know whether officers failed to follow the court’s orders while serving a restraining order in 2010.
There was a takedown on the tarmac at Opa-Locka Airport early Monday morning that resulted with one man in the custody of federal agents but nobody has revealed who that man is or why he was a wanted man.
Federal officials have started to peel back the layers to reveal just how deep they believe Opa-Locka Police Captain Arthur Balom was involved in drug trafficking and gang activity.
CBS4 has learned that federal agents have taken as many as six people, including an Opa-Locka Police officer into custody for their alleged involvement in drug trafficking and that the police officer may have had a role in deadly Brinks truck robbery.