Bradley’s Market, one of the oldest businesses left in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, is facing off with the city in federal court over demands officials made to establish 24-hour police monitoring. A U.S. magistrate judge has sided with the city, and a decision from a district judge is expected soon.
Bradley’s Market, one of the oldest businesses left in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, is facing off with the city in federal court over demands officials made to establish 24-hour police monitoring. A U.S. magistrate judge has sided with the city, and a decision from a district judge is expected soon. Bernard Bradley
Bradley’s Market, one of the oldest businesses left in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood, is facing off with the city in federal court over demands officials made to establish 24-hour police monitoring. A U.S. magistrate judge has sided with the city, and a decision from a district judge is expected soon. Bernard Bradley

U.S. magistrate OK’s video surveillance of Overtown store

June 15, 2017 02:52 PM

UPDATED June 15, 2017 07:50 PM

More Videos

  • Joe Carollo claims fraud in City of Miami elections

    Former Miami mayor Joe Carollo accused his political opponents of mail fraud Tuesday, capping an ugly month of mud-slinging in the race for the city’s District 3 commission seat.