South Miami

December 4, 2015 12:19 PM

South Miami residents voice concerns about police department after Nov. 15 shooting

Michael Gavins, shot by a police officer on Nov. 15, attended Tuesday’s meeting

Police chief: Officer in case has been reassigned until investigation is completed

Ordinance passes on first reading to adjust density caps in some districts north of U.S. 1

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  • #MoveMojito: An argument turned violent, then viral

    Rayne Burse, a 23-year-old model, only lived in South Miami for a week when a neighbor confronted her. The argument, caught on camera, led to an arrest on a battery charge for the older woman and a new hashtag – #MoveMojito.