Carlos Gimenez addresses the media during a press conference at Miami-Dade’s police headquarters in Doral. Joining him from left to right are Morris Copeland, the county’s director of juvenile services, Juan Perez, county police director, and county commissioners Audrey Edmonson, Dennis Moss and Barbara Jordan.
Carlos Gimenez addresses the media during a press conference at Miami-Dade’s police headquarters in Doral. Joining him from left to right are Morris Copeland, the county’s director of juvenile services, Juan Perez, county police director, and county commissioners Audrey Edmonson, Dennis Moss and Barbara Jordan. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS
Carlos Gimenez addresses the media during a press conference at Miami-Dade’s police headquarters in Doral. Joining him from left to right are Morris Copeland, the county’s director of juvenile services, Juan Perez, county police director, and county commissioners Audrey Edmonson, Dennis Moss and Barbara Jordan. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS

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