Family, friends and community leaders gathered Thursday evening on the anniversary of the death of 12-year old Tequila Forshee’s who was the victim of a shooting in Miami Gardens.
Seeing police lights, bullet holes and the faces of children lost to gun violence were reasons for community leaders coming together to discuss how to prevent violence in the future.
Amid concern for the growing crisis of violent crime in South Florida, residents and local leaders gathered on Saturday to take a stand and discuss the topic to find solutions.
It was a night filled with tears and hugs amid unbearable pain. As the community gathered at the Northwest Baptist Church to see Aaron Vu for the last time, there were the expected cries of why. Why was this 10-year old boy gunned down a little more than a week ago?
Miami Gardens Police will participate in extra security details in response to a rash of recent shootings, Mayor Oliver Gilbert confirmed Wednesday.
A young girl in her home was injured Monday after gunfire erupted nearby in an alley behind a Miami Gardens strip mall.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Hundreds of people came together Saturday in Miami Gardens for a march and prayer service to send a message to criminals. Enough is enough. In the last few months there have been […]
The family of Tequila Forshee went door-to-door in Miami Gardens Monday hoping for information that’ll lead them to the person who killed the 12-year-old girl.
A young girl killed by a bullet that came through a wall and into her grandmother’s home will be laid to rest Saturday.
The viewing for a 12-year-old Tequila Forshee is taking place Friday followed by her funeral and burial on Saturday.