In what may be one of the more disturbing facets in the effort to bring charges against the man who killed Trayvon Martin and claimed it was in self defense, the New Black Panthers have offered a $10 thousand “reward” for the “capture” of neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman.
Flush with Black Friday weekend sales, a Sunrise clothing store gave $162 thousand to a man who said he was an armored car guard for Brinks. The only problem was the man was an impostor, the money went missing with him, and now, police are asking for help in finding him.
An Orlando woman who appeared on the syndicated TV program “The People’s Court” to settle a dispute with her ex boyfriend went missing a day after the program was taped, and now her family has added $50 thousand to an existing $13 thousand reward to help find her.
Police are asking for the public’s help after a narcotics search dog disappeared. Lobi, a Belgian Malinois, is a former police K-9 and was supposed to return to work with detectives as a narcotics search dog.
The news that investigators are searching a Northwest Miami-Dade field for the possible remains of Lynda Meier, whose been missing over a year, is especially painful to her best friend of twenty two years.
Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers has increased the reward for information regarding a violent home invasion robbery in Coconut Grove.
A formerly homeless man who tipped off police to the location of a man wanted for the murder of a Broward Sheriff’s deputy has received the second half of his reward.
Hoping to trigger some new leads, the reward for information on a man accused of setting another man on fire behind a Ft. Lauderdale Burger King restaurant has been increased.
Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a homeless man accused of setting another homeless man on fire.
There’s been a major increase in the reward being offered in the case of a murdered South Florida mailman.