In federal cases connected by being in South Florida and involving identity theft, Hallandale’s Tarik Jean-Jourdian got three years after pleading guilty to two identity fraud related charges and North Miami’s Randy Jacques got three years, four months for pleading guilty to his two identify fraud related charges.
Starting Wednesday at 7 a.m. and continuing through April 2 at 6 p.m., the Northeast 172nd Street crossing of the Florida East Coast Railway will be blocked off. Then the Northeast 141st Street crossing will be closed from April 6 at 7 a.m. through April 13 at 6 p.m.
For South Florida descendants of Holocaust survivors, the struggle for restitution and reparations can take years. But U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum offers invaluable resources to help establish history for claims and to find out more about what happened to loved ones in the Holocaust.
“A rainbow” of residents and officials from across the county gathered Saturday morning in a North Miami park to witness the presentation of a sculpture honoring the pioneers of Miami-Dade LGBTQ history.
As the March 1 property tax filing deadline nears, Miami-Dade County Property Appraiser Pedro J. Garcia would like to remind property owners that they may apply for homestead, senior, veterans and other exemptions to help reduce their property taxes. Filing can be done via online or visiting the offices.
North Miami police released surveillance footage of an armed robbery at the 125 Clinic, 505 NE 125th St., on Feb 10. One person has been arrested, but police are looking for help in identifying the three others involved.
An attorney for North Miami police Cmdr. Emile Hollant notified the city of his plans to file a lawsuit to regain his job and has also filed ethics complaints. Hollant has remained on suspension since last July when another officer shot the therapist.
Lance Dixon covers Coral Gables, Miami Gardens and North Miami. He joined the Miami Herald in 2013 and is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga.
Gladys Soto, the mother of Arnaldo Rios, the autistic patient at the center of a North Miami police shooting that left his caretaker, Charles Kinsey, injured, talks about Soto's happy reunion with Kinsey on Thursday, July 28, 2016.
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Autistic patient's mother discusses Charles Kinsey's reunion with her son
Charles Kinsey discusses shooting after meeting with autistic man he cared for
North Miami police officer named in Charles Kinsey shooting
"I'm tired of all of it": Black Lives Matter rallies at North Miami Police station