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Miami Feb 24 Weekly Crime Report: 619 Incidents and 36 Crime Stories
Miami Feb 24 Weekly Crime Report: 619 Incidents and 36 Crime Stories. During the last week, the place of Miami reported a total of 619 crime cases. The data indicates that theft was the most common crime, with 344 reported incidents, making up more than half of the total cases. Assault followed, with 119 cases. Lesser but significant numbers were reported for vandalism and arrests, with 43 and 42 cases respectively. Burglary cases were also notable with 33 incidents last week. Trespassing, robbery, and other types of crimes had lower incidences, with 14, 13, and 8 cases respectively. The least reported crimes were arson and shooting, with 2 and 1 cases respectively. The high number of thefts indicates a concerning trend in property crimes in the place, while violent crimes such as assault are also prevalent.
Miami cop shoots man armed with knife near Jackson Memorial Hospital, police say
Investigators said the wounded man ran towards the hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center before he was ultimately detained.
New Tenants Coming To Downtown Miami’s Brightline MiamiCentral
Brightline MiamiCentral’s latest tenant signings within the downtown transportation hub are the AT&T Store at MiamiCentral. The two retail additions join Brooklyn Dumpling Shop among recently announced additions to the six-block transit-oriented development in the heart of Downtown Miami. All slated for 2024 openings collectively illustrate the continued demand for retail space in the “New Downtown Miami.”
Man escapes federal prison in Miami, police searching for suspect
Miami-Dade Police Department is looking for an inmate that escaped from a federal prison on Friday. Police are looking for Jean Carlos Cruz, 43, who escaped from the Federal Correctional Institute located at 15801 S.W. 137 AVE. Authorities are asking anyone who is in contact with Cruz to contact them...
After Uber ride, tourist woke up naked in motel with memory fog, police say; driver arrested
MIAMI (WSVN) - Police arrested an Uber driver after, they said, he gave a woman a ride to a motel, but that is not where she wanted to go. Forty-nine-year-old Danny Maurad-Avecillas appeared before Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Mindy S. Glazer on Friday. “I believe there’s probable cause for kidnapping,” said...
West Chester Native, Former Eagles Owner Buys Full City Block in Miami
Former Philadelphia Eagles owner Norman Braman, the billionaire car dealer who spent his early years in West Chester before moving to Cobbs Creek, now owns an entire block in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood, writes Brian Bandell for the Philadelphia Business Journal. Braman, 89, recently acquired the Fight Club Miami building...
Miami-Dade Roommate Kidnapping Sparks Credit Card Theft Probe
This post includes content written by AI. University Park Roommates' Dispute Triggers Police Investigation with Involvement of U-Haul, McDonald’s, Walmart Evidence. A recent disagreement among roommates in Miami-Dade County took a serious turn as a confrontation over a stolen credit card resulted in arrests for kidnapping and drug possession, as reported by the police.
Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital Treats Haitian Bishop Injured in Explosion as Turmoil for Church Continues in Haiti
Haitian Bishop Pierre-André Dumas, who suffered burns in a recent explosion, is currently being treated at Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital after being flown into Miami International Airport, detailed a report from Local 10 News. Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami has been closely monitoring the situation of Bishop Dumas, the presiding bishop of Anse-à-Veau and Miragoâne who was injured during the mysterious blast on February 18.
Dolphins Challenge Cancer 2024
Riders line up at the start of the event at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Riders line up at the start of the event at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Riders line up at the start of the event at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Riders line up at the start of the event at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Riders dash away on the track at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. Bicyclists line up at the start of...
Miami weather for Thursday 2/22/24 11PM
Miami braces for the warmest day of the week with highs of 80° before a mild cold front brings light showers Saturday morning. With only 100 days until hurricane season, winds pick up to 25 mph. Catch the Snow Moon tomorrow night before clouds roll in!
3 people detained in connection with a robbery in West Little River
Three men are now detained after Miami Police attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle that may have been involved in a previously reported robbery. According to Miami Police, their tactical robbery unit was operating in Miami-Dade Police's jurisdiction and received assistance in the area of NW 23-24 Avenue between 101 and 103 streets around 6:50 PM on Friday evening.
9-Year-Old Boy Airlifted to Hospital After Traffic Accident Involving Bicycle in Opa-locka
A tragic accident occurred in Opa-locka when a 9-year-old boy was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle Friday night, in the area of Northwest 27th Avenue and Sesame Street, the child, identified by family as Everett Fraizer was airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital with his condition remaining unknown according to Shamika Bozeman, the boy's aunt, who told 7News from outside the hospital, "Got a call from my sister that my nephew got hit, and I rushed here, For him being 9 years old, that’s crazy".
Fort Lauderdale and Miami Prep for Road Closures as 'Bad Boys 4' Filming Revs Up in South Florida
Fort Lauderdale's sunny tranquility will face a detour come Monday, as the "Bad Boys" cinematic duo barrels through town for one final cinematic crime-fighting spree. City officials have forewarned the public of significant road closures to accommodate the filming of "Bad Boys 4," featuring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, who are reprising their iconic roles for the upcoming summer release.
Miami Beach Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 248 Incidents and 7 Crime Stories
Miami Beach Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 248 Incidents and 7 Crime Stories. During the last week, a total of 248 crime cases were reported in Miami Beach. The most commonly reported crime was 'Suspicious Situation' with 63 instances, closely followed by 'Disturbance' with 62 instances. 'Theft' and 'Assault' were also significant, with 49 and 38 cases respectively. More serious crimes such as 'Domestic Related', 'Arrest', 'Burglary', 'Robbery', and 'Shooting' were less frequent but still present. There were 9 cases related to domestic issues, 8 arrests, 7 instances of burglary, 4 robberies, and 1 shooting. 'Other' types of crime accounted for 7 cases. The data suggests a relatively high level of criminal activity, with a concerning prevalence of suspicious situations and disturbances. The presence of more serious crimes like assault, burglary, and robbery, although less frequent, adds to the severity of the situation.
Expect full-sunshine about mid-day Saturday
Gloomy skies clear up by midday Saturday, paving the way for full sunshine and a pristine blue sky. Say goodbye to the rain as Miami warms to a pleasant 77°F. Perfect conditions for a stunning sunset and an ideal outdoor afternoon await, with the ground drying up swiftly.
Miami man arrested in the Village for e-scooter violation and failure to comply
Failure to comply and failure to obey police directives landed a man in jail this week, stemming from a simple traffic stop. Key Biscayne Police made its first arrest involving the Village's recently enacted blanket ban on motorized scooters, e-bikes and other micro-mobility devices, when a Miami man apparently made things worse for himself.
Brightline Orlando-to-Miami ridership jumps again in January
Brightline’s ridership between Orlando and South Florida hit a milestone in January as it continues to provide increased revenue for the intercity passenger train service — something that should help fund new stations and a route to Tampa eventually.
No injuries after seaplane goes down in waters off PortMiami
MIAMI – A seaplane went down in the waters near PortMiami Friday afternoon. According to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, seven people were aboard the Cessna 208 when it went down in the Main Channel, between the north side of the port and the MacArthur Causeway. Video from Sky 10 showed...
Savor the Flavors: 4 Must-Try Lebanese Restaurants in Miami
This article presents a curated list of four exceptional Lebanese restaurants in Miami. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we would love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
Fraudsters' Paradise: How South Florida became ground zero for multi-billion dollar genetic testing fraud
Body camera video shows the moment Elizabeth Hernandez called Miami-Dade Police to her home in 2019 reporting she was the victim of a crime. “There are currently 146 companies using my NPI (national provider identifier) number without my authorization,” she told the responding officer. But federal investigators say Hernandez...