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    A South Florida father shot a neighbor on Father's Day because the victim's dog was trying to defecate in his son's yard, police said.

    Omar Rodriguez, 66, was arrested Sunday on charges of second-degree attempted murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

    Miami-Dade police said Rodriguez shot Jose Rey during an argument in the Kendall neighborhood.

    According to the police report, Rodriguez admitted that the dispute began when Rey's dog tried to defecate in Rodriguez's son's yard.

    Rodriguez told police that Rey was walking his dog when Rey told Rodriguez that "he would be returning to fight him." Rodriguez said he took off his shirt and challenged Rey "to fight him now," but Rey ignored him and walked home.

    Later in the day, Rodriguez was waiting for Rey at a neighborhood gathering, where the two exchanged words, police said.

    Rodriguez then walked outside, went to his car, pulled a gun out of his glove compartment and shot Rey, police said.

    A neighbor told police that he saw Rodriguez fire two shots at Rey. As he called police, the neighbor "(believed) he heard more shots being fired."

    Neighbors said Rodriguez was constantly causing trouble for residents. Local 10 News spoke to one neighborhood woman on the condition of anonymity.

    "He was bothering all the neighbors, and I don't think he even lives there, right?" she said. "I think he bought the house for his son."

    Rodriguez was taken into custody without incident. Rey was taken to Kendall Regional Medical Center. His condition was not immediately known.

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    Christian evangelist Billy Graham’s grandson Tullian Tchividjian resigned from his pulpit at Coral Ridge Presbyterian, a high-profile church in Fort Lauderdale, after admitting he had an affair.

    Tschividjian said that when he returned from a trip and discovered that his wife was having an affair he was heartbroken and devastated. He said he told the church leadership and requested a sabbatical to focus exclusively on his marriage. As her affair continued, he said the couple separated.

    Tchividjian (pronounced cha-vi-jin) was a rising star in evangelicalism, especially in Reformed circles. And he is the fourth Florida mega-church pastor to resign after having affairs, including the son of mega-church pastor Joel Hunter.

    "Sadly and embarrassingly, I subsequently sought comfort in a friend and developed an inappropriate relationship myself," said Tschividjian, better known as "Pastor Tullian" among parishioners and "Tutu" among friends.

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    Last week, Tschividjian said church leaders confronted him about the affair and he admitted to it. Church leaders decided the best course of action would be for him to resign, he said. 

    "Both my wife and I are heartbroken over our actions and we ask you to pray for us and our family that God would give us the grace we need to weather this heart wrenching storm," Tschividjian said. 

    Tchividjian, 42, has been married to Kim Tchividjian since 1994 and they have three children.

    "The statement reflected my husband’s opinions but not my own. Please respect the privacy of my family at this time, thank you," Kim Tchividjian said in a statement. "I do thank everyone for the outpouring of love for my family as well during this difficult time and we appreciate all the prayers and support we are receiving." Rob Pacienza, executive pastor of Coral Ridge, said Tchividjian "admitted to moral failure" and acknowledged his actions disqualify him to serve as a senior pastor or preach from the pulpit.

    "We are saddened by this news, but are working with and assisting Pastor Tullian and his family to help them through this difficult time, and asking people to join us in praying that God will bring restoration through this process and healing to all involved," Pacienza said. In 2009, Tchividjian succeeded the late James Kennedy as senior pastor of Coral Ridge. Kennedy was one of the architects of the Religious Right, a movement of evangelicals who became intertwined in more conservative politics. However, Tchividjian decided to preach less about politics, unlike his uncle Franklin Graham, founder of Samaritan’s Purse. As he stepped into Coral Ridge’s pulpit, Tchividjian made a point of moving past the old Religious Right and not being a cultural warrior. Billy Graham, 96, was one of the most influential religious leaders of the 20th century and an adviser to many U.S. presidents. Tchividjian’s mother is Billy Graham’s oldest child. Here’s what Tchividjian posted on Twitter after his Sunday announcement. Before he became senior pastor of the Fort Lauderdale congregation, Tchividjian’s church plant, New City, merged with the larger Coral Ridge. Seven months in, a group of church members, headed by Kennedy’s daughter, circulated a petition calling for his removal. Church members voted 69 percent to 31 percent to keep him, but a group of congregants formed a new church in response. Tchividjian was described by the Miami Herald as a pastor who would focus on specific Bible passages rather than on the news, preferred more contemporary music over the organ, and chose podcasting over broadcasting. The Hartford Institute for Religion Institute’s database of megachurches lists Coral Ridge as having 1,900 attendees. The church began in 1978 under Kennedy, and its weekly services were televised as the Coral Ridge Hour, reportedly reaching up to 3 million people. Kennedy was a founding board member of Jerry Falwell Jr.’s Moral Majority and developed the popular curriculum “Evangelism Explosion.” Last year, Tchividjian broke up with The Gospel Coalition, a network of Reformed leaders, over a theological dispute. His popular blog was hosted at TGC and he wrote several books with evangelical publishers Crossway and David C. Cook. "Kicked out of his family’s home as a teenager, Tchividjian indulged in almost everything Miami’s sensual nightlife offered," a 2009 profile in Christianity Today said. "But now he believes that Christians must forsake any hope of winning cultural acceptance if they want to affect the culture for the Lord’s sake." Another high-profile Reformed pastor resigned from his pulpit last year, creating questions over the status of pastors with large national brands, often larger than their own churches. Mark Driscoll stepped down from his Seattle mega-church in October 2014 after being accused of plagiarism, bullying and an unhealthy ego. Driscoll has more recently been trying to return to some kind of speaking tour at Christian conferences, but earlier this month, Hillsong, one of the most influential international mega-churches, cut him from the speaker list at its upcoming conferences in the United Kingdom and in Australia. Driscoll’s resignation did not reach the same high-profile level of Jim Bakker or Jimmy Swaggart in the 1980s. Bakker was accused of fraud related to time shares, and Swaggart was accused of adultery. Other high-profile pastors have stepped down and attempted to come back with varied success. During his years as an evangelist, Billy Graham had a rule that he would never meet, eat or travel with a woman alone. The "Billy Graham rule" is still discussed today among evangelicals as some wonder whether it has hurt women from climbing in evangelical leadership.

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    Coast Guard officials said Monday night they rescued three people who disappeared while diving in Key West.

    No other details were immediately released.

    Watch Local 10 News and refresh Local10.com for updates on this story.

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    The Miami Fire-Rescue Department put out a fire on an 82-foot yacht Monday night.

    Crews were called to the area behind Grove Isle at 1600 S. Bayshore Drive just after 8 p.m.

    MFR said after extinguishing the fire, which was confined to the rear of the yacht, they verified no one was on board.

    The owner of the yacht, which is called Anditi, said the boat was used Sunday and appeared to be working fine.

    The cause of the fire is now under investigation.

    Watch Local 10 News and refresh Local10.com for updates on this developing story.

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    Deputies say a 90-year-old man walked into a post office in unincorporated Boca Raton with a gun and threatened to kill an employee.

    The man apparently was dissatisfied with the service at the post office in the 8100 block of Via Ancho, so he pulled out a gun on a postal employee and threatened to "blow his head off," according to the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office.

    The man was apprehended as he was exiting the building. He is charged with aggravated assault with a firearm.

    Deputies said postal authorities will be filing federal charges of bringing a firearm into a postal facility.

    The man was taken to West Boca Medical Facility for evaluation before being sent to the Palm Beach County Jail.

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  • 06/23/15--16:00: New pets awaiting adoption
  • Shelly is waiting at the Humane Society of Broward County, along with all the other fabulous friends in this slideshow looking for a family to call their own.


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    A mix of Spanish-Moorish, mid-colonial Baroque and Art Deco architectural styles have developed a unique cityscape over the last 600 years


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    A worker died Tuesday morning when he was hit by a car while unloading vehicles from a car hauler on Dixie Highway in Pompano Beach, according to authorities.

    Ivan Figueras-Pino, 37, of Miami, was hit while removing chains from a car on the top rack of the truck.  The car hauler was pulled over to the side of the northbound lanes with hazard lights on.

    A 2015 Hyundai Accent failed to stop and drove up the lowered ramp hitting Figueras-Pino.  The vehicle was driven by Joshua Stein of Oakland Park.

    The Broward Sheriff’s Office traffic homicide detectives said that it did not appear that Stein attempted to stop or swerve to avoid the car hauler before the collision.

    Pompano Beach Fire Rescue took Figueras-Pino to Broward Health North where he was pronounced dead.  Stein was treated for minor injuries.

    The investigation is ongoing.


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    At least one southbound lane was blocked after a taxi collided with a semi-truck on Interstate 95 in northwest Miami-Dade County.

    Sky 10 was above the scene just after 5 p.m. Tuesday as the taxi was pressed against the side of the tractor-trailer just before the 103rd Street exit.

    It appears the vehicles crashed while one of the drivers was attempting to merge into a lane.

    It's unclear whether anyone was injured in the crash.

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    A historic church on prime Miami property has decided it's time to cash in on its land value.  

    Unity on the Bay, which is surrounded by new condominiums, will be entertaining offers for the first time in its half century existence.

    "It seems like a good time to think about leveraging the value of the property in order to build a home for our future," said Rev. Chris Jackson.

    Unity on the Bay's 2-acre property is worth more now than ever before to developers, who have been eyeing dwindling parcels in Miami's burgeoning urban core.

    The church's 1916 mansion and guest house are expensive to repair and maintain, which is another incentive to sell the property.

    "We haven't heard from any preservationists at this point, it may come to pass," said Jackson.

    There is no asking price just yet, but Unity reports a past offer of about $40 million.

    "We've been here a long time and we treasure this places as our home, so yes, it's bittersweet, and when that day comes when it's actually time to move, I'm sure they're going to feel the emotion," said Jackson.

    Jackson said the money from the church's property sale will be used to grow the church and its programs at another location.

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    Surveillance video shows a woman stealing an expensive laptop from a restaurant in Fort Lauderdale over the weekend.

    The theft was reported Sunday afternoon at Blaze Pizza at 6334 N. Andrews Ave.

    Brandon McConnell told Local 10 News that the woman stole his MacBook Pro and its case, with the total loss estimated to be more than $5,000.

    McConnell said he was celebrating Father's Day with his family when he left the restaurant and then realized that he had left his laptop at a booth.

    "Before I can get into my car I'm thinking, 'No, I don't have my computer,'" McConnell said.

    McConnell said he was provided surveillance images of the thief by a manager at the restaurant, who was also able to provide images of a man who was with the woman.

    "She looked at different things, then walked out with it," McConnell said. "It was evident she was stealing and aware of what she was doing."

    Anyone with information about the theft is asked to email McConnell directly at brandon.macbookpro@gmail.com.

    Those who wish to remain anonymous can submit tips to Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.

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    Police are searching for a gunman who fatally shot a man Tuesday afternoon in Hallandale Beach.

    It happened at about 12:55 p.m. in the 800 block of West Pembroke Road.

    Witnesses told police the victim, who has been identified as John Henry Richburg, 27, was sitting in the passenger seat of a white van when a man approached the window and shot him.

    Richburg was taken to Memorial Regional Hospital, where he later died.

    Police have identified the shooting suspect as Stefan Giovanni Stewart, 23. He is believed to be armed and dangerous and may be driving a red Honda.

    Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to contact the Hallandale Beach Police Department at 954-457-1436.

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  • 06/23/15--19:17: Serial bank robber arrested
  • A man who allegedly held up two banks just 10 minutes apart in April was arrested Tuesday by Seminole Police and the FBI.

    Derek Bailey, 57, from Jamaica, was arrested for his alleged involvement in the robbery of a Wells Fargo bank branch and the attempted robbery of a Citibank bank on April 29.  Both locations are in Pembroke Pines.

    Investigators had nicknamed him the "Lucky Bandit."

    The arrest happened around 6:30 p.m. in Hollywood, Florida.

    Bailey is in federal custody and is facing federal charges. 

    Bailey's first appearance in court is expected to be in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court Wednesday.

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    A man was shot to death in the middle of a Miami Gardens street.

    Sky 10 was above the crime scene near Northwest 187th Street and 28th Avenue on Tuesday afternoon.

    A yellow tarp could be seen covering the body, which is still on the street.

    Police tape surrounded a nearby playground. A sign that said Brentwood Pool was a few feet from the body.

    Neighbors said they heard two men arguing before hearing gunshots.

    "They was arguing and screaming, and all of a sudden the car pulled up," witness Najema Chery said.

    When Miami Gardens officers arrived, they found the man dead. His identity wasn't immediately known.

    Residents told Local 10 News that the park where the shooting occurred is popular in the area and usually has many kids playing at it.

    "I'm glad there wasn't any kids out here, because you never know, one of them might get hit," said Curtis Jackson, who lives nearby.

    A man was taken away in a police SUV, but it's unclear whether that man is the gunman.

    "That person is part of the investigation. We don't know what to identity that person as thus far," said Mike Wright of the Miami Gardens Police Department.

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    Uber has temporarily suspended pick-up service at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Port Everglades, an Uber representative said.

    Drivers were notified of the change via email Monday night and told that they would be in jeopardy of having their Uber account deactivated if they attempted to pick up passengers at either location.

    Drivers were told that they are still allowed to drop off passengers at the locations, "while they work with local officials on a long-term solution for servicing these areas."

    Broward County Commissioners are meeting Tuesday to determine whether they will take their fight against transportation network companies and all for-hire vehicle operators to court.

    Earlier this month, commissioners established fines and civil penalties for those who violate county laws.

    The fines range from $250 for first-time offenders and incrementally increase up to $1,000 for four or more violations:

    --First offense: $250 --Second offense: $500 --Third offense: $750 --Fourth offense: $1,000

    County officials said the action follows months of debate over what constitutes an appropriate level of regulation that is responsive to competition in transportation, and provides consumer protections to ensure the safety of residents and visitors to Broward County.

    An ordinance passed in April requires transportation companies to have a license to operate in Broward County. Every driver must also have chauffeur registrations.

    Under the ordinance, Uber and Lyft can set their own prices for transportation based on distance or time, but commissioners can regulate fares for pickups at Port Everglades and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

    Uber released the following statement Tuesday: "We have temporarily suspended airport pick-ups at FLL while we work toward a permanent operating agreement with County administrators. We look forward to partnering with County and airport officials in establishing a rideshare framework that reduces curbside crowding, increases landside efficiency and provides travelers with convenient, reliable transportation options."

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    Broward County commissioners unanimously approved a new county law during Tuesday's public hearing that will ban beggars, vendors and solicitors of any kind from operating in certain intersections with heavy traffic.

    According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, 197 pedestrians were killed by vehicles in Broward County from 2011 to 2014.  More than 2,000 pedestrians were killed throughout the state in the same period.

    The anti-solicitation ordinance covers 20 major intersections located within unincorporated Broward County.

    The intersections were determined by the Broward County Highway Construction and Engineering Division, which identified a list of the 20 highest traffic volume intersections within in the county.

    Under the passed ordinance, solicitors and vendors will be prohibited at the following intersections:

    State Road 84 and University Drive

    State Road 84 and Flamingo Road

    State Road 84 and Pine Island Road

    Sunrise Boulevard and NW 31st Avenue

    Sunrise Boulevard and NW 27th Avenue

    Sunrise Boulevard and NW 24th Avenue

    State Road 7 and SW 20th Street

    State Road 84 and Davie Road

    State Road 84 and 136th Avenue

    Broward Boulevard and SW 27th Avenue

    State Road 7 and Davie Boulevard

    Broward Boulevard and NW 31st Avenue

    State Road 84 and Nob Hill Road

    Federal Highway (U.S. 1) and Griffin Road

    Davie Boulevard/Davie Boulevard Extension and Peters Road

    Peters Road and NW 46th Avenue

    Coconut Creek Parkway/Hammondville Road and NW 3st Avenue

    State Road 84 and Hiatus Road

    NW 31st Avenue and NW 6th Street

    NW 27th Avenue and NW 6th Street

    Gary Richardson is a regular at State Road 84 and Nob Hill Road.

    "Commissioners give me a break," he said.

    Richardson makes a living begging for money.

    "This is my living for right now until something comes up. I pray until something happens," he added.

    Richardson holds a sign that says, "Imagine being homeless. Anything helps. God bless you."

    He claims he can't get work and can make $100 a day at the intersection, but his intersection is on Broward County's hit list.

    "It's unfair, these folks are so good to me. People out here help us,  why take it away from us?" Richardson said.

    Broward Commissioners call it a matter of safety.

    "I believe they are trying to get the homeless population off the streets," said Richardson.

    Local 10 News spotted a man who calls himself "Red" at the corner of Davie Boulevard and State Road 7.

    He was among four different people begging in the median at this one intersection .

    "We are not messing with no one. We ain't harassing no body, we ain't robbing no body," said Red.

    The new county law affects homeless beggars and children, adolescents and adults collecting money for school and community activities.

    Vendors selling flowers, fruit or any other items are also prohibited from operating in the 20 intersections.

    Follow Jeff Weinsier on Twitter @jweinsier

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    The family of a 10-year-old boy who was shot while riding his bicycle outside a community center in Miami's Liberty City earlier this month said they are relieved that an arrest has finally been made in the case.

    The family said Alfonso Rivera, 33, was arrested in connection with the shooting after someone came forward to police.

    Rivera was charged with attempted second-degree murder on Tuesday.

    "I don't hate anyone, but you know he's a kid, and I just appreciate whoever came forward," said Jamari Tillman's grandmother, Sandra Fair.

    Tillman, who was released from Holtz Children's Hospital June 7, is now in therapy for his injuries.

    Tillman uses a walker to get around, but is otherwise doing just fine.

    "I'm playing a lot more," Tillman told Local 10 News. "Playing on my phone, playing with my brothers."

    According to police, Tillman was shot in the leg while riding his bike near basketball courts at the Liberty Square Community Center.

    From the beginning, it was clear to police that Tillman was not the intended target.

    It's unclear if police are still looking for anyone else believed to be involved in the shooting.

    Tillman told Local 10 News that he made a sign to let people know that kids are playing in the area, and he hangs it outside his home or wherever kids have gathered.

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    The National Trust for Historic Preservation included Miami's Little Havana neighborhood to it's list of 11 most-endangered historic places in the nation.

    The list also included the Grand Canyon and a former gay nightclub in West Hollywood. In Little Havana, The National Trust's recommendation was that Miami officials establish new zoning policies to protect the historic character of specific buildings.

    The National Trust has urged city of Miami officials to protect the scattered "iconic American architectural typologies, such as the bungalow, the walk-up apartment, and the courtyard apartment."

    Among the most beloved historic icons in Little Havana are  "La Casa de Piedra," 856 SW 2nd St., made out of oolitic limestone, the Manuel Airtime theater, 1987 W. Flagler St., built in 1916, and The Tower Theater, 1508 SW 8th St.

    WATCH VIDEO: Activists look to preserve history in Little Havana

    THE LIST The other ten landmarks and iconic attractions that The National Trust included in the list were the Grand Canyon and Oak Flat in Arizona, the A.G. Gaston Motel in Alabama, the Carrollton Courthouse in New Orleans, the Chautauqua Amphitheater in New York, the East Point Historic Civic-Block in Georgia, The Fort Worth Stockyards, Old U.S. Mint in San Francisco, South Street Seaport in New York and The Factory in California.

    The National Trust described the historic district as a "walkable, series of neighborhoods that has long been home to generations of Cuban Americans."

    It was the refuge of many running from Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution. They turned the neighborhood of lower-middle-class Southern whites and Russian and Eastern European Jewish refugees into an area of Cuban nostalgia.

    Affordable rents later attracted a wave of Central Americans, who brought their "Carnitas" and "Gallopinto" to Eighth Street, also known as "Calle Ocho." Miami's Latin American diversity turns the historic street into a colorful festival once a year.

    SLIDE SHOW: Flashback of 2015 Calle Ocho festival

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    Historian Paul George's tour of Little Havana with History Miami includes a visit to a former synagogue that white Supremacists attempted to bomb, and a visit to St. Peter & Paul Parish. 

    Co-author of "A History of Little Havana" and tour guide Corinna J. Moebius said on her website that she includes introductions to neighborhood characters in the neighborhood who may include "local poets, artists, Bay of Pigs vets, authors, musicians, Santeras/os, filmmakers, dancers and small business owners."

    SOCIAL MEDIA: View photographer Steven Brooke's pics of Little Havana architecture

    Politicians vying for the Cuba-American vote have traditionally made stops for Cuban coffee at the iconic Versailles Restaurant, where Cuban exiles often express their hatred toward the Castro brothers. Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush have been the topic of avid conversation there for months.

    According to The National Trust, the two main threats to the character of the neighborhood are Miami officials' practice of upzoning, the change of classification of a property from one of lower use to one of higher use.

    Since the neighborhood is close to downtown Miami and the Brickell financial district—"upzoning represents a critical threat to the historic scale and character of Little Havana," The National Trust experts said.

    Most recently, a group of University of Miami students and faculty surveyed Little Havana to inventory properties with a historic architectural value in the neighborhood.

    The University of Miami architectural students listed 439 historic properties within 25 square blocks of territory. Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado was there to encourage them.

    Follow Local10.com reporter Andrea Torres @MiamiCrime

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    A North Lauderdale man is facing child pornography and extortion charges after he solicited a California girl whom he met online for nude pictures and then threatened to use them to get more nude photographs from her, according to a Broward Sheriff's Office report.

    Richard Jacques, 22, was arrested Tuesday after a BSO detective working with the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force received information from Napa, California, police that a Broward County man was in possession of child pornography and was extorting a 12-year-old girl in order to get more, the BSO probable cause affidavit said.

    Napa police told the BSO that Jacques solicited the girl via Skype on June 3, asking for and receiving pornographic images that he used to threaten her for into sending more of the same.

    BSO's SWAT team executed a search warrant Tuesday at Jacques' home. When questioned by detectives, the report said, Jacques claimed that he requested pictures of the girl's breasts and buttocks, but he "denied keeping the pictures, as well as having a video of her."

    According to the report, Jacques said he knew that what he was doing was wrong, but he was angry and threatened to expose the nude pictures of the girl "if she did not do what he demanded."

    Detectives said they found a data storage device in Jacques' room that contained a pornographic video depicting a girl engaging in various sex acts, including with a dog.

    The report said Jacques "has a history of soliciting young female victims online using various social media networks."

    Jacques was in jail Wednesday on a $250,000 bond.

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    Miami-Dade firefighters are battling two brush fires in southwest Miami-Dade County.

    One fire was reported in the area of Kendall Drive and Krome Avenue.

    Fire Rescue officials told Local 10 News that 1 1/2 acres have burned in the area, but the fire is under control.

    Another fire was reported in the area of Southwest 184th Street and 122nd Avenue at Larry and Penny Thompson Park.

    Authorities said no structures were threatened Wednesday afternoon.

    The cause of the fires are under investigation, but police say the park has been the target of arsonists in recent weeks.

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