A night after a woman was murdered by her husband in South Beach and hours after he jumped to his death from a condominium just a few miles away, Miami Beach cops again rushed to Flamingo Towers Tuesday night to investigate a threat made on the Internet.
"Shortly after 9 p.m., we received a call from a third party regarding threats that were made online," said Miami Beach spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez.
No violence was involved this time, according to police. It appears a man who suffers from mental illness may be involved.
On Monday night, Miami Beach police were called to Flamingo Towers by a security guard. Police said two children had run down to tell the guard their “mother had been assaulted.’’ Police said they found a woman, identified by Miami Herald news partner CBS4 as Ines Marx, 31, dead from multiple stabbing wounds.
Tuesday, the woman’s husband, Samir Jemaaoui, jumped to his death from the 30th floor of The Grand condo tower, 1717 N. Bayshore Dr., in Miami, witnesses and Miami Beach police said.