Police Chief Miguel Exposito
Miami’s new top cop, Manuel Orosa, will be sworn into office on Monday but it’ll be more of a ceremonial affair.
The city of Miami has a new police chief, but they won’t have to change the name on the door. One day earlier than expected, Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez made his pick to replace fired chief Miguel Exposito, and his choice was the man who stepped in when Exposito left, acting chief Manuel Orosa.
The Miami Commission meeting over the future of suspended Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito was showing no signs of getting closer to a conclusion Friday afternoon when things became even more surreal than people were expecting.
Family, friends and supporters of Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones gathered at the Black Box Theater in Hadley Park on Thursday to watch as she officially returned to office.
Embattled City of Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones will officially return to her District 5 post Thursday at her swearing in ceremony.
Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito has been suspended with pay from his position. In a Tuesday morning meeting with City Manager Johnny Martinez that lasted less than 12 minutes, Exposito was suspended for insubordination, according to Exposito’s attorney Ruben Chavez.
The City of Miami Police Department has a new temporary top cop. Major Manuel Orosa has been named acting Chief of Police in the wake of Miguel Exposito’s suspension.
A City of Miami police officer is on the other side of the law after he was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine.
Miami Police went on a crime sweep Wednesday to rid the city of illegal gambling machines.
The recent series of deadly shootings at the hands of Miami Police officers has prompted a series of vigils and demands for thorough investigations.