Miami-Dade police said these weapons belonged to Horvin Ruiz, who shot up cars and at people on the Palmetto Expressway Monday morning. They found them in his mother’s nearby apartment.
Miami-Dade police said these weapons belonged to Horvin Ruiz, who shot up cars and at people on the Palmetto Expressway Monday morning. They found them in his mother’s nearby apartment. Miami-Dade police
Miami-Dade police said these weapons belonged to Horvin Ruiz, who shot up cars and at people on the Palmetto Expressway Monday morning. They found them in his mother’s nearby apartment. Miami-Dade police

Weapons cache, including shotgun and rifle, found in expressway shooter’s mom’s home

May 31, 2017 03:41 PM

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