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Police Hunt for Gunmen in Deadly Miami-Area Mall Robbery

December 2, 2008
Miami-Dade police are hunting for two robbers on Tuesday morning after they shot and killed an armored-car driver inside the Express clothing store at Dadeland Mall as frightened shoppers took cover.

Alleged Gang Members Learn Not to Taunt Law Officers

January 22, 2008
Two alleged Miami-area gang members who posted a YouTube video showing them posing with guns and taunting the Miami-Dade Police Department got busted on federal firearms violations.

Florida Jailers Find Gun in Inmate’s Shoe During Booking

September 19, 2007
Mejia was being booked on charges of aggravated assault with a firearm and aggravated battery with a firearm. An additional charge of bringing contraband into a jail was filed against him for possession of the .22 in his shoe.

The Moonberry Pond Murder

January 1, 2007

James Mixon was a drunk. In life a drunk is a pretty predictable person. They get people angry, frustrated, and fed up; they get kicked out of the places they live, and get in trouble. James Mixon was no different.

Miami-Dade Police Buy Panasonic Toughbooks

February 23, 2006
The Miami-Dade Police Department has announced that it will purchase Panasonic Toughbook CF-29 notebook computers.

Justice Served Cold

October 1, 2004

The tenacity and determination of the homicide investigators paid off, and the killers of Stacey Weinstein were identified and arrested. It was a major coup for Miami-Dade Homicide, and it was also the beginning of Miami-Dade Homicide’s “Pending Case” unit. Later the unit was nicknamed the “Cold Case Squad” by a Miami Herald reporter.

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