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Mango Madness: thieving employees caught red-handed at Pompano Beach home
POMPANO BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) - A Pompano Beach homeowner recently uncovered a case of fruit theft as security cameras at his residence captured employees from a company pilfering mangoes from his yard. Despite Chris Cousins’ clear “No Trespassing” sign hanging on the mango tree, these mango maniacs couldn’t resist the...
Caught on video: Fight between 2 Dillard teachers under investigation
MIAMI - A brawl between two Dillard High School teachers was caught on camera.The school district has already opened an investigation into the fight. Social media video shows two teachers on the ground. You hear bystanders yelling, "stop it." According to social media posts, the woman in the brown skirt laid on the brawling teachers trying to stop it. Fort Lauderdale police say there are no charges filed in this case because nobody wanted to prosecute. In a statement, the Broward School Distrcit said, "There was an altercation at the end of the day on Monday, June 5, involving two teachers at Dillard 6-12. The situation was safely resolved."It went on to say that the district's "special investigative unit" is looking into it. School board member at large Debbi Hixon said she's disappointed by what she sees. "We obviously want our teachers to model the behavior we'd like our students to see, so it's very disappointing and very inappropriate for teachers to have an altercation especially on campus," Hixon said. We're trying to find out what caused the brawl and if the teachers are suspended. We've also asked for the police report.
Off-Duty Cop Ran Into Parkland Shooting Unarmed While School Security Officer Sat Outside as Gunman Killed 17
Sgt. Heinrich said that despite being off-duty and unarmed, he immediately ran towards the sounds of the gunfire when he heard the first shots and saw students fleeing the school.
2 injured during a domestic conflict in Broward
TAMARAC, Fla. – A man and a woman were injured during a domestic conflict on Thursday in Broward County. Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies and fire rescue personnel responded to a house near the intersection of Northwest 57 Court and 59 Avenue in Tamarac. Tamarac Fire Rescue personnel found...
Dillard High student in custody; accused of showing another student a gun at school
A Dillard High School student is in custody after allegedly showing another student a gun on the last day of school Thursday morning, according to police. The 17-year-old boy is said to have shown the weapon shortly before 7:15 a.m. at the high school, located on the 2500 block of Northwest 10th Ave., Fort Lauderdale police said in a media release. Officers responded a little after 9 a.m. to ...
‘Just shoot me, bro,’ Pompano Beach murder suspect says before being fatally shot by deputies
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has released bodycam footage of their encounter with a Pompano Beach murder suspect that resulted in the suspect being fatally shot. According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, two brothers, Brandon Prince, 34, of Pompano Beach, and Zonchez Prince, 39, of Jacksonville,...
Family arrested in COVID-19 loan fraud scheme, accused of using relief funds for personal gain
MIAMI, Fla. (CBS12) — A family is behind bars for their involvement in a COVID-19 loan fraud scheme. According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Steeve Roberts, 39, of Coral Springs, Johnnie Jean, 42, of Coral Springs, Amanda Pierre-Phillipe, 21, of Miami, and Stephanie Paul, 26, of Miami each face charges of conspiracy to money laundering charges.
9 Fort Lauderdale Apartments Under $900 a Month
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. - The average rent for an apartment in Fort Lauderdale has just hit $2,000 a month as of this spring. For many households, that's too much for rental housing. Luckily, there are some more affordable options for renters in the Fort Lauderdale area.
FBI arrests fugitive wanted for Puerto Rico casino fraud, South Florida armored truck heist
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – FBI agents announced on Thursday that Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies had arrested a 28-year-old fugitive who was wanted for casino fraud in Puerto Rico and an armored truck heist in South Florida. Edmanuel Victoria, who lives in Hollywood, has been in federal custody since...
NEXT Weather: Storms moving through South Florida
MIAMI - The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of Miami-Dade and Broward counties as fast moving storms moved through the region.The advisory covered areas in northern Miami-Dade County and southern Broward County and included the possibility of torrential downpours and wind gusts of up to 60 mph.A few showers moved across South Florida early Thursday morning as temperatures hovered in the upper 70s and low 80s.This afternoon scattered to numerous storms develop due to plenty of deep tropical moisture in place. Some storms could turn strong with the potential of heavy downpours and localized flooding. Highs soar to the upper 80s and 90 degrees. It will feel like the upper 90s when you factor in high humidity.Friday will be more of a typical South Florida day with some passing showers in the morning and scattered storms in the afternoon.This weekend the rain chance decreases as less moisture will be around. Highs will stay warm in the upper 80s with the chance for spotty storms on Saturday and Sunday. Hotter with slightly higher rain chances next week.
Parkland School Cop Trial: Gunshots Played in Court
People were visibly overcome in the courtroom with emotion as a recording played gunshots during the trial of Scot R. Peterson. (6/8/23) Fore more crime and trial news coverage, visit Court TV
BEACH ADVISORY: Possible Bacteria Detected in Seaweed
For several months the City of Deerfield Beach has been tracking a massive 5,000-mile-long patch of Sargassum (seaweed) headed for the Florida coast. As the seaweed gets closer to our shores, the City wants residents and visitors to be aware that there could be harmful bacteria in the seaweed bloom.
Tragic Incident: Man Struck and Killed by Brightline Train in Delray Beach
We are deeply saddened to report a devastating incident that occurred in Delray Beach. A man was tragically struck and killed by a Brightline train while illegally walking on the southbound train tracks. Our hearts go out to the victim, identified as Jeffrey Balsewich, and his family during this difficult time. We would also like to express our gratitude that no other injuries were reported in the incident.
“Give me the money, I have a gun”: Walmart Robber Arrested at BK with 3K
A man was captured and charged with robbery after fleeing a Walmart with over $3,000 he stole after passing a cashier a note claiming he had a gun. On June 4, the Margate Police Department responded to the report of a robbery at the Walmart located at 5555 West Atlantic Boulevard.
McDonald’s employee accused of groping underage co-worker in Florida
A McDonald's employee, and formerly registered sex offender, was arrested Monday for alleged sexual harassment against an underage co-worker in Broward County, according to NBC affiliate WTVJ.
Century Village Boca Raton Forecloses Over $3K, One Third Owed To Attorney
Foreclosure Amount: $2101. Attorney Fee: $1012. BY: LITIGATION DESK | BocaNewsNow.com BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A resident of Century Village Boca Raton is facing foreclosure over $3,229, but roughly one third of that is owed to the attorney representing Century Village. Sanford Sherman, who lives in the Yarmouth… Read More »Century Village Boca Raton Forecloses Over $3K, One Third Owed To Attorney
Field Trip: Tour the Lauderhill Site Dosing Patients with LSD
Patients in the MM-120 clinical trial open the door to a nondescript Lauderhill medical facility off Oakland Park Boulevard and find themselves staring at a large seed-of-life symbol on the wall, which signifies unity and genesis in the world of sacred geometry. A small sign underneath directs them to ascend...
Jamaicans in South Florida called to help address island’s crime problem
The President and Chief Executive Officer of Food for the Poor, Inc., Mr. Ed Raine, on Saturday night, called on a wide cross-section of the Jamaican community in South Florida to join the organization in its efforts to address crime and violence on the island of Jamaica. In an address...
A lesson Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg learned: Find the joy
David Hogg is a survivor of the 2018 mass shooting at his high school. He talks about advocacy, finding common ground with opponents and the importance of making time for joy amid the pain.
The Hukilau Returns with a Weekend-Long Immersive Tiki Experience
This weekend, hundreds of people — many clad in colorful shirts depicting flowers or cocktails — will converge on the Beachcomber Resort & Club in Pompano Beach for the 22nd annual Hukilau. This celebration of tiki culture is more than just a typical cocktail party — it's more...
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