The man accused of killing his wife and posting a picture of her dead body on Facebook was formally charged with first-degree murder.
South Miami has added its name to a growing list of communities that have canceled agreements with a towing company that once belonged to Sweetwater’s former mayor, Manuel “Manny” Marono.
Jason Beckman was found guilty of first degree murder in the death of his father, South Miami City Commissioner Jay Beckman in April 2009.
The state’s star witness in the trial of Jason Beckman, accused of murdering his father South Miami City Commissioner Jay Beckman, took the stand Thursday.
housands of young witches, ghouls and goblins, and monsters of all shapes and sizes are expected to descend on Sunset Drive in South Miami Halloween night for the city’s annual Safe Streets Halloween event.
A medical examiner’s report on Jennifer Alfonso, whose husband allegedly shot her and posted a photo of her body on Facebook, shows she was shot multiple times at close range.
South Miami Police are appealing for the public’s help to find two men who stole $200,000 worth of medical equipment from a victim’s truck. Police hope that new surveillance tape they are releasing will lead to the capture of the criminals.
Prosecutors in the case of Derek Medina, the man who allegedly shot his wife to death and then posted a photo of her dead body on Facebook, have released surveillance from inside the townhome and a glimpse into the victim’s mind via her diary.
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The man who allegedly confessed to killing his wife and posting the picture of her bloodied body on the social media website Facebook reportedly confessed to shooting her six to eight times.