Miami Police are investigating a break-in that occurred at the Hamacas Restaurant located at 2795 N.W. 17 Avenue, on January 31, 2018, while the business was closed. According to the owner, two unknown men broke into the business using a welding torch in order to make their way inside. Once inside, the suspects managed to pry open the ATM machine and stole $2,100.00, and approximately $200.00 from a machine used to recharge credit onto cellular phones. Both men fled the scene towards an unknown direction.
The Miami Police Department is investigating a burglary that took place on Monday, January 29, 2018, at 1196 Venetian Way. In the video, an unidentified man is seen pacing the rear of the home and later going into the home through a window. Once inside the home, the suspect targeted a variety of electronics, expensive clothing, shoes, and a racing bicycle. In total, over $5,000.00 worth of items were stolen. The suspect placed the electronics and clothing in several white trash bags and fled through the rear of the home in an unknown direction.
International soccer star, David Villa, was in attendance of the History Channel’s 14-day program celebrating the global history of soccer during NATPE convention at the Fontaine Bleu in Miami Beach, Florida.
Traffic came to a standstill as a group of dirt bike and ATV riders blew through the red light at Northwest 36th Street and Second Avenue in Miami's Wynwood neighborhood on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 14, 2018, a day before the planned Martin Luther King Day Bikes up, Guns Down ride.
Isabel Castano, one of the oldest living women in the U.S. and the oldest living citizen from Miami Beach, celebrates her 112th birthday with her son, Danilo Lugo, friends and caregivers at Ponce Plaza Rehabilitation and Nursing Center on Thursday, January 11, 2018.
Miami Police Chief Rodolfo Llanes speaks at a news conference on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, at the City of Miami Police Headquarters on the arrest of off-duty Miami Police Officer Adrian Santos for cocaine possession at E11even night club.
Adonel Concrete, founded by Nicaraguan immigrant, Luis García, has become one of the largest companies of its kind in Florida. He has streets named after his company, employs more than 300 people, and has become a pillar in the communities he has helped build, like Doral and Sweetwater.
Miami Police is investigating a burglary that occurred on Thursday, December 28, 2017, at Electronic World, located at 401 Biscayne Boulevard. According to detectives, an unknown male was seen on surveillance video shattering the store's front glass during non-operational hours. Once inside of the store, the offender targeted a variety of pricey electronics including Apple products, Go-Pro cameras, smart watches, and a host of other items with an estimated value of $60,000.00.
A Miami-Dade transit bus was hit in the rear at 1500 block of NW 62nd Street in Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood, sending several people to the hospital with minor injuries on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.