Luis Estevanell, 61, pleaded guilty Tuesday to his role in the shootout outside a marijuana grow house that left a Miami-Dade detective wounded.
Luis Estevanell, 61, pleaded guilty Tuesday to his role in the shootout outside a marijuana grow house that left a Miami-Dade detective wounded. Miami Herald David Ovalle
Luis Estevanell, 61, pleaded guilty Tuesday to his role in the shootout outside a marijuana grow house that left a Miami-Dade detective wounded. Miami Herald David Ovalle

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