State Attorney’s Office

Source: City of Doral

Doral City Manager Expects To Be Fired Monday

Doral city manager Joe Carollo believes his days are numbered.

04/25/2014

(Source: China Photos/Getty Images)

Confiscated Dogs Need For Loving “Fur-Ever” Homes

Two dozen small dogs, confiscated as evidence in a criminal investigation against a South Florida animal rescue, are looking for a “fur-ever” home.

04/23/2014

Source: AP (Josh Anderson)

WPB Officer Charged With Selling Controlled Substances On Duty

A West Palm Beach police officer is charged with selling controlled substances while in uniform and on duty.

CBS Miami–04/11/2014

Jennifer Forshey (Source: CBS4)

State Drops Charges Against Teacher Accused Of Forcing Child To Clean Urinal

A Broward County teacher who was arrested in February for allegedly forcing a student to clean a dirty urinal with his bare hands no longer faces any charges.

CBS Miami–04/04/2014

Mugshot of James Ross (Source: Broward Sheriff's Office)

State Attorney’s Office Declines Charges Against Fmr. Coach

The State Attorney’s Office has declined to charge a former teacher at the Broward Christian School in Plantation who was allegedly recruiting adult and juvenile females for sex trafficking.

CBS Miami–03/14/2014

(Source: CBS4)

Report Questions Deadly Actions Of MDPD Officers

A newly released report calls into question the deadly actions of several Miami-Dade Police officers three years after a sting operation by Miami-Dade Police went wrong and it left four people dead.

03/14/2014

File picture of a gun.  (Source: Thinkstock)

Police Shooting Raising More Questions Than Answers

Nearly three years after Miami Dade Police shot and killed four men in a sting operation in the Redland, the State Attorney’s Office issued a scathing report filled with skepticism about the conduct of the eleven officers.

03/13/2014

(Courtesy: Florida Department Of Corrections)

Man Accused In Murder For Hire Plot Serving Time

A man accused of hiring a hit man to kill his family is now serving time after his case was closed.

02/27/2014

Derek Medina, accused of killing his wife and posting a picture of her body on Facebook, appeared in court on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013. (Source: CBS4)

Prosecutors Won’t Seek Death Penalty Against Alleged Facebook Killer

The Miami State Attorney’s Office confirmed to CBS4 Tuesday that it will not seek the death penalty against a South Miami man accused of killing his wife and then posting pictures of her body on Facebook.

CBS Miami–02/18/2014

Juan Pablo Cartes

Prosecutors Dismiss Case Against Paraguayan President’s Son

The son of Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes has been let off the hook after South Florida authorities dropped their assault case against him.

01/08/2014

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