$228K In Counterfeit Cash Seized At MIAAuthorities confiscated hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit cash at Miami International Airport.
Problems Mount For U.S. Secret ServiceThree United States Secret Service agents were sent home from a presidential trip to the Netherlands over drinking concerns, but the scandal has ties to South Florida, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
Secret Service Agent Found Passed Out In Miami Won't Be ChargedA U.S. Secret Service agent found passed out on a sidewalk in downtown Miami last October will not face charges for the incident.
MPD, Secret Service Team Up To Tame Insurance FraudYou’re paying too much for insurance, and fraud is to blame. However, the Miami Police Department (MPD) announced it has made progress in fighting fraud in Florida.
Miami Student To Plead Guilty In Obama Threat CaseA Miami college student accused of making threats against President Barack Obama on Facebook is expected to plead guilty according to court records.
Phony "Smishing Scams" Growing: New National Warning
Five Service Members From SOUTHCOM May Be Involved In Secret Service ScandalFive 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.
MasterCard & Visa Face Potential Security BreachMasterCard and Visa are investigating a potential security breach that may affect ten million cardholders.
Miami Man Makes Court Appearance In Obama Threat CaseA Miami man the Secret Service said made threats against President Barack Obama during a recent stop in South Florida appeared in federal court Friday.
Feds: Miami Man Threatened To Shoot Obama In The HeadA Miami man who reportedly made a threat against President Barack Obama during his recent South Florida stop has bonded out of jail.
More Counterfeit Cash Found As Holidays ApproachThanksgiving isn’t just about turkey, it’s about shopping of course, but South Florida retailers are keeping an alert eye on customers who try to pay with counterfeit cash.