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Random Call From Husband Thwarts Gunman; Judge Upset in Court

As the gunman confronted two 7-Eleven clerks at the checkout counter, one of the women was able to secretly tell her husband on the phone to call police. Trae Riontae Slaughter, 30, was arrested about noon Tuesday in the gas station convenience store at 5590 W. Oakland Park Blvd., in Lauderhill.
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Police searching for woman who went missing in Margate

MARGATE, FLA. (WSVN) - Police seek the public’s help in their search for a woman who went missing in Margate. According to Margate Police, 29-year-old Iesha Parkinson was last seen leaving her home along the 6500 block of Northwest Sixth Court on foot, at around 9 a.m., Friday. Parkinson...

Brightline Train Splits Truck Carrying Luxury Cars In Half, Throws Audi Into The Air

Train-related accidents are the scariest kind of collisions due to the sheer mass of the trains and their inability to stop on time. A Brightline train in Lantana, Florida collided with a car carrier truck that was stranded on the tracks, sending luxury vehicles into the air. Thankfully there were no injuries reported, although the cost of the damage must be pretty high for the insurance company.

"Active Threat" drill at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

FORT LAUDERDALE - An overnight "active threat" drill at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport involved four different scenarios, complete with the help of over 500 volunteers and first responders. "There are several different segments, which is not only going to test the Sheriff's office in our capabilities and our response elements, but the communication aspects of coordinating all of the different aspects from Homeland Security, BCAD, and the memberships that are all really responsible for safeguarding this facility," said Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony. First responders and law enforcement officers had to navigate through a simulated car bomb situation, N active shooter situation, a family reunification site, and a law enforcement command center. "Most of the time when you have a drill this large, with this many agencies, over 30 agencies, that are responding to this drill you need to have a good coordination communication and collaboration. That's going to be one of the biggest things that you take away, so each drill that we do we do that again better and better," said Michael Nonnemacher, the airport's Chief Operating Officer.

West Palm Beach police investigate Friday morning shooting

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — West Palm Beach police are investigating a shooting. It happened on 21st Street near AE Isaac Avenue. FWC: Bear shot 4 times with shotguns, did not show signs of aggression. Police say one person suffered a minor gunshot wound and that those involved...

COPS: Another Predator Moves To Boca Raton, Here’s His Home Address

BY: STAFF REPORT | BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — If you live near Watergate Circle in Boca Raton, you have a sexual predator as a new neighbor. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Friday announced that Terrance Trevon Johnson is now living at the address we have listed […] []

Florida Cop Accused Of Fraudulently Fixing Classic Car

The U.S. Department of Justice has accused a Florida cop of using a covid relief loan to restore his classic car. Now, we’ve seen this sort of thing before with just your average Joe or even some business owners. But seeing a police officer accused of doing something so dumb and easily traceable is a new one for us.

45th President of the United States, Donald Trump Praises Supreme Court for Striking Down Roe v. Wade

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – Today’s decision, which is the biggest WIN for LIFE in a generation, along with other decisions that have been announced recently, were only made possible because I delivered everything as promised, including nominating and getting three highly respected and strong Constitutionalists confirmed to the United States Supreme Court.

BSO firefighter, paramedic facing grand theft charges

MIAMI - A Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue (BSFR) firefighter/paramedic is facing charges related to grand theft and scheme to defraud. BSO said Mario Artze-Ordiales operated a side business renting personal vehicles through a carsharing service at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Detectives said that from January 2020 to January 2022, Artze-Ordiales, who was assigned to the airport, "defrauded the Broward County Aviation Department out of more than $3,000 by providing his customers with prepaid BSFR parking vouchers available only to employees."The investigation began in January 2022 after one of his carsharing customers attempted to use a BSFR voucher to leave the airport...

No Whey! New Grocery Store Has Organic and Kosher Foods

A look inside Nutrition Smart with Coral Springs Talk. Rocking jams, nutritious groceries, and smiles for miles are now on full display at the grand opening of Coral Springs’s newest grocery, Nutrition Smart. An organic and kosher grocery, personalized vitamin, and health education shop, this market is booming after...

Man accused of threatening security guard with gun outside Wilton Manors bar

MIAMI – A Fort Lauderdale man is going through critical costs after being accused of threatening a security guard with a gun outside a homosexual bar in Wilton Manors. The man was recognized as Kenneth Justesen, 45. He was outside the GYM Sportsbar Friday night time, within the 2200 block of Wilton Drive when the incident occurred.

Vassilev lifts Inter Miami to 2-1 win over Minnesota United

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Indiana Vassilev came off the bench and scored two goals in the final three minutes of regulation to rally Inter Miami CF to a 2-1 victory over Minnesota United on Saturday.Vassilev took a pass from Bryce Duke and scored the equalizer for Inter Miami (6-7-3) in the 87th minute. He added the game-winner in the 90th. The goals were the first of the season for Vassilev.Luis Amarilla broke a scoreless tie with a goal in the 65th for Minnesota United (5-8-3).Miami outshot Minnesota 16-10 with an 8-1 advantage in shots on goal.Dayne St. Clair had six saves for Minnesota. Drake Callender finished without a save for Miami.

Police report identifies father allegedly stabbed by son in Plantation

PLANTATION, Fla. – A new report identifies a Plantation father police say was fatally stabbed by his son Wednesday night. John Loperfido, 71, was stabbed by his son, 26-year-old Thomas Loperfido after an argument, police said. The elder Loperfido was identified by the Sun-Sentinel, which cited a police report.