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  • Police warn public of serial stalker in Miami-Dade

    Major Terri Molina, a criminal investigator for the Coral Gables police department, speaks at a press conference along with police chiefs from Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade and Miami about a man who police believe has stalked multiple women, breaking into their homes and standing over them while they sleep. Police believe he has sexually assaulted at least one of his victims. Video by Peter Andrew Bosch/Miami Herald Staff

Major Terri Molina, a criminal investigator for the Coral Gables police department, speaks at a press conference along with police chiefs from Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade and Miami about a man who police believe has stalked multiple women, breaking into their homes and standing over them while they sleep. Police believe he has sexually assaulted at least one of his victims. Video by Peter Andrew Bosch/Miami Herald Staff pbosch@miamiherald.com
Major Terri Molina, a criminal investigator for the Coral Gables police department, speaks at a press conference along with police chiefs from Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Miami-Dade and Miami about a man who police believe has stalked multiple women, breaking into their homes and standing over them while they sleep. Police believe he has sexually assaulted at least one of his victims. Video by Peter Andrew Bosch/Miami Herald Staff pbosch@miamiherald.com

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