The President’s visits often come with a hefty price tag for cities in both security costs and time misspent by police forces.
If you haven’t learned by now Big Brother is always watching, even your Facebook page. Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr., 20, found that out the hard way after he made a pair of online threat against President Barack Obama.
A Miami college student accused of making threats against President Barack Obama on Facebook is expected to plead guilty according to court records.
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Five U.S. service members have been confined to quarters for violating curfew at the same Colombian hotel where a dozen Secret Service agents were relieved of duty after allegations of misconduct arose involving prostitutes.
Five U.S. service members assigned to the Joint Task Force Summit of the Americas in support of the United States Secret Service violated curfew established by the U.S. Senior Defense official in Colombia and may have been involved in inappropriate conduct.
Hundreds of curious customers filed through a Pompano Beach warehouse Thursday, for a peek at items going up for auction.
A Miami man the Secret Service said made threats against President Barack Obama during a recent stop in South Florida appeared in federal court Friday.
A Miami man who reportedly made a threat against President Barack Obama during his recent South Florida stop has bonded out of jail.
The United States Secret Service is investigating an incident after a Miami man reportedly made a threat against President Barack Obama during his recent South Florida stop.