Miami Police is investigating a burglary that occurred on Thursday, December 28, 2017, at Electronic World, located at 401 Biscayne Boulevard. According to detectives, an unknown male was seen on surveillance video shattering the store's front glass during non-operational hours. Once inside of the store, the offender targeted a variety of pricey electronics including Apple products, Go-Pro cameras, smart watches, and a host of other items with an estimated value of $60,000.00.
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Marilyn Aguilera, the driver who maimed the popular South Dade High principal Javier Perez in a drunken crash plead guilty in court today. She was sentenced to 5 years in prison plus 3 years probation.
Two agile thieves cut a hole into the roof of a Dania Beach warehouse two days before Christmas and, with the help of awaiting accomplices, loaded up and drove off with half a million dollars in electronic equipment.
Broward Sheriff’s Office identified Walder Saintelus, a 22-year-old former J.P. Taravella High School student, as the man shot and killed by the owner of a car he was breaking into in a Tamarac neighborhood early Saturday morning.
Police in West Olympia, Washington released surveillance video that captured a shooting a few feet from apartment and condo complexes. Two men were taken to the hospital with injuries and are expected to survive. The Olympia Police Department is looking for a suspect in the case.
The Escambia State Attorney's Office released dash-cam footage showing the moment when Demetric Denario Carter is shot by Escambia County deputies on Oct. 27, 2017. The State Attorney's Office said the investigation into the use-of-force by the officers was justified.
Polk County Sheriff's Office says this is Verlin Wilson putting her items on the belt at a Mulberry Dollar General on Dec. 19, picking up a wallet left behind and using the cash inside to pay for her stuff. PCSO said Wilson turned herself in Jan. 2 after seeing this video on Facebook.