In the aftermath of Monday’s tragedy in which a 10-year-old girl was found dead in the bed of her adoptive father’s truck, a Miami-Dade judge has ordered that two of her siblings, also adopted, be taken away their adoptive mother and placed in therapeutic foster care.
As investigators continue to piece together the mystery surrounding a pesticide truck parked along the side of I-95 in West Palm Beach that sent a father and son to the hospital, a senior law enforcement source has told CBS4 News the body found in a bag inside the back of the truck is believed to be the driver’s 10-year-old adopted daughter.
One day after an unidentified body was found inside a fume-filled pick-up truck on the side of the road in Palm Beach County, neighbors of the truck’s owner are in shock.
The Miami man who was found in the cab of a fume-filled pest-control pickup truck along I-95 in Palm Beach County Monday apparently was not legally allowed to do pest control work, according to an investigation by CBSMiami.com.
A dead body has been found in a bizarre hazmat situation that began in West Palm Beach early Monday morning and led to the search of a home in a Southwest Miami-Dade neighborhood late Monday night.