Exclusive: Miami Police Officers Fired After InvestigationTwo Miami Police officers are out of a job. They were fired after a State Attorney’s Office investigation, though they were not charged with a crime.
Video Shows Deadly MacArthur Causeway Crash Video released by the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office Wednesday shows the shocking moment of impact from a deadly crash on the MacArthur Causeway in April.
New Video Sheds Light On Hours Before Deadly MacArthur Cswy Crash Video released by the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office shows what the driver of a Lamborghini and an associate were doing just hours before they were involved in a deadly crash on the MacArthur Causeway.
No Bond For Man Who Allegedly Tried To Lure High Schoolers Into ProstitutionA man arrested for allegedly trying to lure two high school girls into prostitution, will remain behind bars.
Human Trafficking Investigation Leads To North Miami CondoA man wanted in connection to a human trafficking investigation was taken into custody by SWAT teams at a North Miami condominium.
Breaking Down The Bits Of Bitcoin Imagine when you wake up tomorrow your bank account has twenty percent more money in it. Or perhaps it's 20 percent missing. You probably would lose sleep right? We'll it is happening right now with a new currency called Bitcoin.
Fourth Person Arrested In Sex Trafficking Investigation Police have arrested another suspect in connection to the sex trafficking investigation of a 13-year-old who was allegedly forced to prostitute herself and work as an exotic dancer in a Miami Beach exotic dance club.
Three Arrested For Allegedly Trafficking 13-Year-Old City of Miami Police in conjunction with Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office arrested three people accused of forcing a 13-year-old girl to prostitute herself and dance in an exotic dance club.
Video Shows Beating Posted On FacebookThe Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office has released the video of a beating posted on Facebook.
Facing South Florida: Miami Gardens CrimeWe take a closer look at the crime problem in this South Florida city paying particularly close attention to the goings-on at a Miami Gardens convenience store. The store owner has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city, the mayor, and the police department, alleging police harassment. The state’s attorney has just wrapped up its investigation and there is already fallout following that office’s decision to not charge officers with any crime.
State Attorney's Office Won't Press Charges Against Miami Gardens OfficersThe Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office won’t charge Miami Gardens officers with any crimes following an investigation into harassment complaints made by a convenience store owner, which have since become the basis of a federal civil rights lawsuit.