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    Opa-locka Commissioner Terence Pinder who was scheduled to turn himself in to state prosecutors Wednesday on corruption charges was killed after driving into a tree.

Opa-locka Commissioner Terence Pinder who was scheduled to turn himself in to state prosecutors Wednesday on corruption charges was killed after driving into a tree. Charles Trainor Jr. ctrainor@miamiherald.com
Opa-locka Commissioner Terence Pinder who was scheduled to turn himself in to state prosecutors Wednesday on corruption charges was killed after driving into a tree. Charles Trainor Jr. ctrainor@miamiherald.com

Opa-locka is in meltdown. What’s the state waiting for?

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