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Double Amputee in Wheelchair Allegedly Opens Fire in South Florida VA Center, Shoots Doctor

A double amputee hiding a gun in his wheelchair allegedly opened fire in the emergency room of a South Florida hospital Wednesday, striking and wounding a doctor. The FBI said 59-year-old Larry Bon entered the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center in Riviera Beach, Florida at 8:30 a.m. and acted “combative” with staff all day, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Continue Reading...

Did South Florida pastor write $27,500 in bad checks? Roofer says bank told him account from check had been closed for months

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – A police report has been filed against a pastor who apparently wrote $27,500 worth of bad checks. According to a police report obtained by Local 10 News, pastor Eric D. Readon wrote several checks to roofer Jose Macedo.  Readon is the pastor of the New Beginning Missionary Baptist Church on Northwest 155th Street in Miami Gardens. As Local 10 News Continue Reading...

Former top Venezuelan official surrenders to U.S. prison for role in $1 billion racket

Alejandro Andrade, the former Venezuelan national treasurer and close friend of the late President Hugo Chávez, surrendered to U.S. prison authorities Monday to start a 10-year sentence for his key role in a $1 billion money-laundering racket extending from Venezuela to South Florida. In exchange for staggering bribes, Andrade provided access to the Venezuelan government’s lucrative foreign-currency exchanges both before Continue Reading...

Trial of officer accused of killing black man set to begin

Opening statements are expected Tuesday in the trial of a fired Florida police officer who is charged with the fatal 2015 shooting of a stranded black motorist. Prosecutors are expected to tell the four-man, two-woman jury that former Palm Beach Gardens police officer Nouman Raja’s actions made 31-year-old Corey Jones confuse him for a robber and pull his legally possessed Continue Reading...

Federal prosecutors broke law in Jeffrey Epstein case, judge rules

Federal prosecutors, under former Miami U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta, broke the law when they concealed a plea agreement from more than 30 underage victims who had been sexually abused by wealthy New York hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein, a federal judge ruled Thursday. While the decision marks a victory for crime victims, the federal judge, Kenneth A. Marra, stopped short of overturning Continue Reading...