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Longtime fugitive ‘The Ghost’ gets 52 years in federal prison

Anibal Mustelier, nicknamed “The Ghost” as he evaded law enforcement for 27 years, was sentenced to 52 years in federal prison for his part in two Hialeah jewelry store robberies. Mustelier’s a convicted thief, indicted for bank robbery and extortion and a suspected hit man for the Cuban government and the Medellin cartel. Jose Pineda-Castro got 47 years, eight months for his part in the robberies. Yamile Diaz-Bernal, Pineda-Castro’s wife, received a four-year, three-month sentence.

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Hialeah cop gets 5 years in federal prison after helping identity thief

Former Hialeah police officer Raul Castellon was sentenced to five years in federal prison after using his access to personal information to help Neilin Gonzalez-Diaz with identity theft. Gonzalez-Diaz, who used the information to steal identities and get credit cards in others names, got six years and nine months. She bought goods with the credit cards and sold the loot at a discount.

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Florida road rage incident caught on video

A man attack another with a bat in Hialeah, Florida in an apparent road rage incident on Friday, June 9, 2017.
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Florida road rage incident caught on video 0:53

Florida road rage incident caught on video

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Naked man climbs 30-foot-tall excavator along Palmetto Expressway

Fugitive called 'The Ghost' is captured after 20 years, Hialeah police say 2:30

Fugitive called 'The Ghost' is captured after 20 years, Hialeah police say

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Robbers steal narcotics and pain killers from Walgreen's pharmacy

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