U.S. Attorney Wilfredo Ferrer
Suspended Sweetwater Mayor Manuel Maroño and lobbyist Jorge Forte entered not guilty pleas in court Friday morning on a single charge of conspiring to commit honest services fraud.
The acting head of the IRS announced a massive national crackdown is underway to prevent billions of dollars in taxpayer refunds from being stolen nationwide.
Two Oakland Park brothers accused of having ties to terrorism entered not guilty pleas in Fort Lauderdale federal court Friday morning.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office has released mug shots of two South Florida brothers accused of having ties to terrorism.
Two brothers of Pakistani descent living in Oakland Park have been charged with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction, U.S. attorney Wifredo Ferrer announced Friday afternoon.
Six Miami Beach employees charged in a scheme to extort money from a Miami Beach club owner entered not guilty pleas Wednesday morning in Federal Court in Miami, and fled the courthouse ahead of advancing TV cameras declining an opportunity to explain their involvement.
The top code compliance inspector for the city of Miami Beach has been charged, along with 6 other people, in a scheme to allegedly extort money from a South beach club owner. An FBI sting snared 5 Miami Beach code compliance officers and two city firefighters who prosecutors claim demanded cash for looking the other way.
Saying that “we are tired of gun violence that devastates our community;” U.S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer announced the indictment of twelve Miami-Dade men on federal and state narcotics charges Wednesday afternoon.
Thirty-two people in Broward and Palm Beach County were indicted Tuesday in a pill mill take down that targeted four alleged pain management clinics.