Cutler Bay Police Major Julie Miller, Vice Mayor Ernie Sochin and Mayor Peggy Bell with Lt. Peter Zaharakos, Neighborhood Resource Unite members and police officers Aug. 2 at National Night Out.
Cutler Bay Police Major Julie Miller, Vice Mayor Ernie Sochin and Mayor Peggy Bell with Lt. Peter Zaharakos, Neighborhood Resource Unite members and police officers Aug. 2 at National Night Out. CUTLER BAY Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Cutler Bay Police Major Julie Miller, Vice Mayor Ernie Sochin and Mayor Peggy Bell with Lt. Peter Zaharakos, Neighborhood Resource Unite members and police officers Aug. 2 at National Night Out. CUTLER BAY Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Cutler Bay police, residents and officials mark National Night Out

August 11, 2016 05:36 PM

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