Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez speaks a press conference at the Miami-Dade County Police Headquarters about the creation of Crime Stoppers Kids, a reward program the public can donate it to in order to raise reward money for cases involving kids and gun violence.
Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez speaks a press conference at the Miami-Dade County Police Headquarters about the creation of Crime Stoppers Kids, a reward program the public can donate it to in order to raise reward money for cases involving kids and gun violence. Emily Cochrane/Miami Herald
Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez speaks a press conference at the Miami-Dade County Police Headquarters about the creation of Crime Stoppers Kids, a reward program the public can donate it to in order to raise reward money for cases involving kids and gun violence. Emily Cochrane/Miami Herald

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