Homestead police have moved out of the old station and into a temporary site inside the Homestead Sports Complex, an old baseball stadium built for the Cleveland Indians to use for spring training in 1991. After Hurricane Andrew, the team relocated to Winter Haven and now practices in Arizona.
Homestead police have moved out of the old station and into a temporary site inside the Homestead Sports Complex, an old baseball stadium built for the Cleveland Indians to use for spring training in 1991. After Hurricane Andrew, the team relocated to Winter Haven and now practices in Arizona. REBECA PICCARDO MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Homestead police have moved out of the old station and into a temporary site inside the Homestead Sports Complex, an old baseball stadium built for the Cleveland Indians to use for spring training in 1991. After Hurricane Andrew, the team relocated to Winter Haven and now practices in Arizona. REBECA PICCARDO MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Homestead police relocate to old baseball stadium

March 17, 2015 3:09 PM

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