A Ft. Lauderdale homeless man facing second degree murder charges after he was accused of setting another homeless man on fire before he died of his injuries pleaded not guilty at a preliminary hearing Thursday morning.
Charges against a Ft. Lauderdale man accused of setting a homeless man on fire will likely be upgraded now that the man has died.
The sister of a homeless man who nearly died after being set on fire says is ecstatic that Fort Lauderdale Police have tracked down and arrested the suspect in this case.
Hoping to trigger some new leads, the reward for information on a man accused of setting another man on fire behind a Ft. Lauderdale Burger King restaurant has been increased.
The wife of a 51-year-old homeless man who was burned in a brutal attack after an argument with another man speaks out. Meanwhile, police are on the hunt for the man who attacked him.