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    The son of a woman who was found with gunshot wounds inside her Coral Springs home last month has been arrested in connection with the killing.

    Bradley Dorman, 31, was arrested Tuesday night while attempting to board a flight to New York at Palm Beach International Airport with a one-way ticket, the Bevins' family attorney, Guy Fronstin, said.

    "The Bevins family remain in deep mourning, but wish to thank the Coral Springs Police Department for working around the clock to solve the murder of Marilyn," Fronstin said. "The arrest of Marilyn's son (from a previous marriage), Bradley Dorman, complicates the family's grieving process but the family is confident that Bradley is responsible for Marilyn's murder."

    The shooting was reported about 4 a.m. Oct. 27 at Bevins' home in the 4700 block of Northwest 87 Lane.

    Police said Bevins, 60, was found with multiple gunshot wounds. She was taken to Broward Health North, where she was pronounced dead.

    Multiple family members who were inside the home at the time were questioned in her death. It wasn’t immediately clear why detectives believe that Dorman was responsible for the shooting.

    Dorman is charged with second-degree murder.

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    Police are investigating after a Pembroke Pines smoke shop was burglarized for the second time in just a couple of months.

    The latest burglary was reported early Wednesday at the All in 1 Smoke Shop at 1300 N. University Drive.

    Surveillance video from the store shows a white male, who appeared to be drunk, kick the glass door open and steal two large tobacco pipes.

    The store owner said this is the third time in eight months that the shop has been burglarized.

    Just this past September, another burglar broke through the front door of the shop, taking $200 from the cash register and more than $1,500 in merchandise.

    Anyone with information about the burglaries is asked to call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.

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    Police are trying to identify two men who opened fire at a car on the Palmetto Expressway after a fight at a Doral pool hall.

    The incident was reported about 2:15 a.m. Thursday at the Doral Billiards & Sports Lounge on Northwest 25th Street.

    Doral police Detective Pedro Corpas said three men and two women were leaving the pool hall when they were confronted by a man who got into an argument with one of the three men. The dispute escalated into a fist fight and a second man joined in, pulling a gun and punching one of the victims.

    The victims were able to get away in separate cars, but as they drove away, they heard several gunshots, Corpas said.

    As they were about to get on the Palmetto Expressway, a black car pulled alongside them. More shots were fired, Corpas said.

    The victims' cars sped away in different directions and the black car followed one of them onto the highway, Corpas said.

    More shots were fired from the black car, striking one of the cars, before the black car sped away, Corpas said.

    The victims, who weren't injured, told police that they recognized the occupants of the black car from the fight at the pool hall.

    Police are trying to identify the two men captured on surveillance video prior to the altercation. Anyone who recognizes the men is asked to call Corpas at 305-593-6699.

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    A 15-year-old Miami Gardens boy accused of leading authorities on a cross-county chase in a stolen Chevrolet Tahoe will remain in juvenile detention, a judge ordered Wednesday.

    Alan Moss was appointed a public defender at the Miami-Dade County Children's Courthouse, where the lawyer waived his client's appearance and sought to have his charges reduced or dropped.

    The nearly hour-long chase began Tuesday after a white 2013 Tahoe was reported stolen from the 11900 block of Southwest 185th Street.

    Miami-Dade police said officers spotted the stolen vehicle near Goulds Park and attempted a traffic stop, but the driver kept going. He was later identified as Alan Moss.

    Police pursued the Tahoe onto Florida's Turnpike. Sky 10 followed the pursuit as the SUV was traveling north on the Palmetto Expressway, exiting on Northwest 175th Street in Miami Gardens.

    Local 10 News live coverage of police chase

    During the chase, the Tahoe was weaving in and out of traffic and struck a red car on the Palmetto Expressway.

    The Tahoe sped through Miami Gardens, running through several stop lights. It crossed into Broward County and turned east onto Hallandale Beach Boulevard, passing by Local 10 and barreling toward Interstate 95 in Pembroke Park.

    Next, the Tahoe entered the southbound lanes of I-95, traveling north briefly, and then turned back south into Miami-Dade County. It exited on Ives Dairy Road and then got back on northbound I-95 into Broward County.

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    Then the Tahoe got off on Griffin Road and turned back south on I-95, once again getting off on Hallandale Beach Boulevard and heading west.

    The Tahoe returned to Miami Gardens, speeding through several neighborhoods. The back left tire eventually blew out, but that didn't stop the driver, who continued west on Northwest 183rd Street.

    Police eventually boxed in the Tahoe at Northwest 183rd Street and Northwest 39th Court, where a swarm of officers converged on the vehicle with their guns drawn. The driver was handcuffed and taken into custody.

    Moss faces several charges, including grand theft auto, fleeing and eluding, aggravated assault and driving without a valid license.

    His next court date is scheduled for Nov. 12.

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    A family is outraged, claiming that Coconut Creek High School administrators did nothing when a teenage boy was jumped by five other boys just as school let out on Tuesday.

    Broward County Public Schools spokeswoman Nadine Drew said five male students were involved in the fight and are being questioned by school officials. She said the fight apparently stemmed from a neighborhood dispute that "spilled over at school."

    The victim's older sister told Local 10 News that the school has not told her family who the boys are and never notified their mother that the boy was involved in a fight.

    "Where was security?" she said.

    According to Drew, the principal attempted to contact the boy's mother several times, with no success.

    No arrests have been made, but Drew said the boys will be "assigned consequences according to the district's Discipline Matrix."

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    DJ Laz pleaded no contest through his attorney Wednesday to careless driving resulting in death stemming from a boating accident last year that killed a 23-year-old man.

    The radio personality, whose real name is Lazaro Mendez, was not criminally charged in the incident, although he received a citation.

    Mendez did not appear in court Wednesday, and the family of the victim, Ernesto Hernandez, called him a coward.

    Mendez's attorney, Mycki Ratzan, said he feels for the Hernandez family, but said they have turned the incident into a media frenzy. Ratzan claims that Mendez wanted to meet with the family, but they declined. She said Mendez did not appear in court Wednesday because the court date had been rescheduled before.

    As part of the plea deal, DJ Laz will pay a $500 civil penalty, give a $1,000 donation to a beach restoration fund and serve 120 hours of community service. He is also required to take a boating safety course.

    Hernandez, 23, was killed after his upper body was sliced by a propeller on the Voli vodka party boat that DJ Laz was operating. Hernandez was trying to help the radio host get the boat off the Nixon Beach sandbar.

    Authorities said toxicology tests showed that Hernandez had been drinking on the night of the accident. Mendez refused to submit to any intoxication tests, and authorities said Florida Fish and Wildlife officers did not see any signs of impairment and could not force him to submit to tests.

    Hernandez's family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Mendez.

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    Miami Heat guard Gerald Green has been admitted to the hospital for an unknown reason.

    The team released a statement saying they were informed of Green's hospitalization on Wednesday morning, adding, "Right now our concerns are with Gerald."

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    Green, 29, will not travel with the Heat to Minnesota for Thursday night's game vs. Minnesota.

    While the reason for Green's hospitalization has not been confirmed by authorities, multiple witnesses claim that the player was acting strange, screaming at the top of his lungs in the lobby of the Marquis condominium building on 11th and Biscayne Boulevard.

    A valet who works across the street from the Marquis told Local 10 News that he saw about 10 emergency vehicles. He said someone who was covering their face went into an ambulance. He said Mario Chalmers then followed that person into the ambulance.

    It is not known where Green is hospitalized.

    Green was not with the team during Tuesday's loss to the Hawks, with the Heat saying the shooting guard was out with an illness.

    Through four games this season, Green is averaging 10.3 points per game.

    The 8-year NBA veteran scored a season high 19 points in the opening night win over Charlotte.

    Green signed a one-year deal with the Heat on July 9.

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    Neighbors described a woman who died Tuesday after falling from a Miami bridge as a fun, happy and energetic person who went for walks all the time.

    The incident happened Tuesday afternoon in the area of Northwest 11th Street and Northwest 12th Avenue.

    Police said Olga Aponte, 62, was walking along the bridge over the Miami River when it went up, causing her to fall onto the road.

    "It hurts a lot," Aponte's grandson Michael Ashley Aponte told Local 10 News. "It doesn't make sense if you ask me."

    "She was Puerto Rican, and me too. All the time she knew that I am Christian, and the whole time that she knew me she said, 'Don't forget to pray for me,'" neighbor Rosario Montese said.

    Police, fire rescue and marine patrol crews found Aponte on the southwest portion of the bridge. Police told Local 10 News that she tried to hold onto the railing as the bridge opened, but lost her grip and fell 30 to 40 feet to the road below.

    "She was somewhat disoriented, but had severe trauma to the legs," Miami Department of Fire-Rescue Capt. Ignatius Carroll said.

    Police said Aponte died later at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

    "How does a bridge go up when you're already walking across it?" Michael Aponte said. "I don't know who was working that bridge. They should have been watching. They weren't looking. It's a lot of things going wrong and we're gonna figure it out."

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    First responders said the warning lights and alarms for the bridge were working Tuesday night. But the bridge tender booth sits on the northeast side of the bridge, meaning that once it began to open, it would be hard to see Aponte from the opposite side.

    It's not clear how she ended up near the middle of the bridge after the warning arms came down.

    The bridge tender, who has been employed by Florida Department of Transportation contractor Florida Drawbridge, Inc. for about a year, has been relieved of duty pending further investigation about the incident.

    "The bridge tenders all go through training and learn the correct procedures to follow while operating the bridge," FDOT spokeswoman Ivette Ruiz-Paz said. "This training includes safety practices, such as ensuring no vehicles or pedestrians are on the bridge before starting any opening sequence."

    The FDOT is investigating the incident.

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    A teenager was arrested Wednesday morning after he brought a gun to Miami Jackson High School, police said.

    Jason Villatoro, 17, faces charges of aggravated assault with a firearm, committing a felony with a firearm and being in possession of a firearm on school grounds.

    According to an arrest report, the victim was riding his bicycle in the area of Southwest 30th Avenue and Sixth Street when a black Infiniti attempted to cut him off. The car then struck the bicycle, causing the victim to fall down.

    Police said the driver, whose identity is unknown, and Villatoro, who was sitting in the front passenger seat, got out of the car holding guns.

    According to the report, both suspects pointed their guns at the victim and said, "Don't move."

    The victim ran away and called 911. Police said Villatoro and the driver circled the area looking for the victim, but couldn't find him. 

    The victim told police that he knows Villatoro, but didn't know who the driver was.

    Villatoro was taken into custody later in the morning at the high school, where police said they found him in possession of a loaded Smith and Wesson 9 mm handgun.

    "Miami-Dade Schools Police is assisting the Miami Police Department in an ongoing case that has resulted in the arrest of a juvenile in possession of a weapon," Miami-Dade Public Schools spokesman John Shuster said. "We continue to maintain a strict policy regarding weapons on campus. Our schools continue to be the safest place for our students to learn and become productive members of society."

    Police said Villatoro admitted to purchasing the gun "in the street."

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    Miami-Dade homicide detectives are investigating after the bodies of a boy and his father were found inside a truck that was wanted in connection with a death in a Hialeah home.

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    An Amber Alert was issued for Yoan Sebastian Cantos, 6, late Tuesday night after his mother, Raiza Dominguez Mateo, 44, was found dead in their Hialeah apartment in the 5700 block of West 20th Avenue.

    Hialeah police spokesman Carl Zogby said Yoan was believed to be with his father and Mateo's husband, 46-year-old Juan Carlos Cantos Padron.

    The Amber Alert said they may be traveling to the Florida Keys in a gray Toyota Tundra. 

    The truck was found near Southwest 358th Street and U.S. 1. in Florida City early Wednesday morning with the father and sons' bodies inside.

    According to Hialeah police spokesman Carl Zogby, Padron and Mateo have been in a relationship for seven years and Yoan is their only child. He said the couple arrived to the U.S. from Cuba a few years ago and have had a domestic violence history in Hialeah.

    "Both the Hialeah and the MDPD investigations are still on-going, but all evidence thus far appears to indicate a double murder-suicide, whereas, Cantos killed his wife here in Hialeah early Monday morning Nov. 2, and then killed his son and himself in Florida City," Zogby said.

    According to Zogby, it appears that Cantos strangled his wife with a nylon tie-wrap, although the cause of death will be determined by the Miami-Dade medical examiner.

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    The Department of Children and Families said it has no prior history with the family.

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    Roberto Damas' beloved island was in the hands of Fidel Castro's revolution, and after spending years as a political prisoner, he fled to Miami in one of U.S. President Lyndon Johnson's "freedom flights."

    Castro closed businesses and confiscated private property. Damas, 77, was among an estimated quarter million Cubans, whom the U.S. welcomed as political refugees by 1974. Leaving his family behind haunted him.

    In the 1980s, Castro was allowing Cubans to leave the island. To help rescue relatives, Damas and a few other families came up with $45,000 to rent a 65-foot boat. They departed from Key West and arrived at the Port of Mariel, west of Havana.

    "I claimed 80 relatives," Damas said, but only three made it out. "Our boat was big. It was called 'The Hurricane.'"

    Officials made him wait for 11 days in the port.  It was torture, he said. After paying off officers, he was able to rescue his brother, Carlos Damas, his sister-in-law, Consuelo Damas, and his niece Ileana. There were at least 150 others in the boat, he said. They departed from a sea of tears.  Families were torn apart again.

    Felicia Vasquez Hernandez said the port was full of sadness, because many knew that the families were not going to go back. There was also fear about the dangers of crossing the Florida Straits.

    Damas' boat was not the only crowded vessel. Castro also deported common criminals. Nancy Lima Diaz said she remembers there were hundreds of boats. The exodus of about 125,000 between April and October 1980 became known as the Mariel boat lift.

    A lot has changed since Damas rescued his brother from Cuba's Mariel Harbor, now known as the $1 billion Mariel free trade zone project. Castro handed over power to his brother, Raul Castro, and resigned in 2008. Container shipping was transferred from Havana to Mariel, though the capital still receives fuel tankers.

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    Brazil helped to finance $682 million and Brazil's Odebrecht engineering group got a contract. The Mariel dredging project has a target depth of 59 feet to welcome mega-ships coming from the Panama Canal and the Nicaragua canal project.

    But with Odebrecht's CEO, Marcelo Odebrecht, jailed in Brazil over corruption and money laundering, the project may be facing complications. Former president Luz Inacio Lula da Silva was accused of lobbying for the company in Cuba, but he denies allegations and has not been charged, Brazilian magazine Epoca reported.

    President Barack Obama eased economic restrictions, despite a trade embargo that remains in place under U.S. law. This upset Damas, who hasn't been back to Cuba since he rescued his brother in Mariel.

    Damas, who lives in Miami-Dade County, has children and grandchildren who were born and raised in the United States. He also has relatives on the island whom he hasn't met. 

    "I am not going back there -- not while Communism still exists," Damas said.

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    SOURCE: The content part of this graphic is from the U.S. Coast Guard archives

    Local 10 News producer Michelle Lacamoire, photojournalist Mario Alonso and chief photographer William Damas contributed to this report.

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    A federal grant that paid for the cost of keeping two Broward County specialized fire trucks in service is running out at the end of the year, and now county leaders are trying to come with the roughly $2 million needed to keep the trucks in service.


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    A staff sergeant at the Robert A. Ballard Armory is facing charges of stealing military equipment from the armory in Miami, police said.

    Lenin Otero, 35, faces grand theft charges.

    According to an arrest report, officials with the Florida National Guard discovered that more than $39,000 worth of military equipment and supplies had been stolen in May from a secured and locked area of the armory.

    In September, an embossing machine to make dog tags that is worth more than $3,000 was found at Otero's former home.

    Detectives said a witness later claimed to have seen Otero bringing the machine to the home and leaving it under the stairs.

    Lenin and his brother, Jonathan Otero, are also suspects in the 2013 murder of an off-duty TSA agent.

    While they have not been formally charged in the case, Lenin is already facing multiple white-collar crime charges, including racketeering/RICO, organized fraud, forgery and insurance fraud.

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    One of three people who were shot during an attempted robbery Wednesday night has died at Broward Health Medical Center, Lauderhill police said.

    The shooting was reported about 10:30 p.m. near the garage area of a condominium at 5707 NW 21st St.

    Police said it appears that the victims were shot during an attempted robbery.

    They all were taken to Broward Health Medical Center, where one died on Thursday.

    Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.

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    Miami Heat guard Gerald Green was bleeding and passed out in front of a Miami condominium in the moments before he was taken to a hospital, a 911 call obtained Thursday by Local 10 News revealed.

    Green, 29, was hospitalized after Wednesday's incident at the Marquis condominium on Biscayne Boulevard.

    A 911 caller told the dispatcher that Green was unconscious in front of the valet area.

    "It was just a lot of screaming. We didn't know if it was a fight or what was going on," Annie Persson, who lives in the building, told Local 10 News.

    "Somebody was obviously upset. There was some banging," Nacy Persson added. "It could have been an altercation. I wasn't sure what it was."

    Although the Heat didn't provide the reason for Green's hospitalization, the team confirmed via Twitter that he had been hospitalized.

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    After practice before Thursday's game in Minnesota, Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra said that Green "is safe and is healthy," but declined to offer any specifics on his condition.

    Dwyane Wade told Sun-Sentinel Heat writer Ira Winderman that he had spoken with Green.

    "I talked to him today and he said he was doing better," Wade said. "That's all I can ask for."

    A valet who works across the street from the Marquis told Local 10 News that he saw about 10 emergency vehicles. He said someone who was covering his face got into an ambulance, and Mario Chalmers then followed that person into the ambulance.

    While receiving instructions from the 911 dispatcher, the caller said an off-duty paramedic was at the scene assisting Green until other paramedics arrived.

    Miami police said they were called to assist fire rescue with a "combative patient."

    "I just heard they could not get him under control, that he was, like, yelling, that he almost tried attacking someone, and they, like, pinned him down to the floor," Natalie Rosenfeld, who was visiting someone at the Marquis, said.

    Green didn't travel with the team to Minnesota and didn't play in Tuesday night's loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The Heat said he was out with an illness.

    The eight-year NBA veteran is averaging 10.3 points per game.

    Green signed a one-year deal with the Heat on July 9.

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    Two South Florida women have been arrested in an alleged scheme to defraud the Miami-Dade County school system's insurance plan.

    Violeta Otero, 55, and Ida Mercado Rico, 52, face felony charges of grand theft and organized scheme to defraud.

    Miami-Dade County State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and Miami-Dade school police announced the arrests Thursday.

    Authorities said Otero, who owns the Sunshine Wellness Clinic, filed fraudulent insurance forms for a number of Miami-Dade County school district patients for medical treatments and injections that were never performed.

    Rico is alleged to have recruited many of the patients to come to the clinic, paying them in cash.

    "Insurance fraud is an attack on every individual on every person who pays an insurance premium," Rundle said. "Insurance fraud scams that steal from our public school system take dollars intended to make our schools function, dollars that can educate our children, and put those dollars into the pockets of thieves. I applaud this partnership which allows my prosecutors and the Miami-Dade schools police to effectively shut down such swindlers."

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    A man who turned 18 years old on Thursday is wanted by Coral Gables police in connection with the carjacking and shooting of a couple on Halloween.

    Police said Luis Alberto Basalo has a lengthy criminal history as a juvenile and should be considered armed and dangerous.

    Local 10 News spoke to the 19-year-old driver from his hospital bed on Tuesday. He said he was picking up his girlfriend from work at Sunset Place last Saturday when five people asked him for a ride.

    He agreed, and the group got into his car. He headed down U.S. Highway 1 and was told to turn on Rosaro Avenue.

    "I put the car in park, and he immediately put a gun to my head," he said.

    The victim said he was shot twice and his girlfriend was shot once in the knee.

    The group fled in his car in the 400 block of Rosaro Avenue, leaving them both stranded and injured. The victim managed to call 911, and he and his girlfriend were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital.

    Police said they have identified the other four people involved in the carjacking, two men and two women. All four have been interviewed by detectives, but have not been arrested at this point.

    Police said they have also recovered the victim's black Infiniti. They said the license plate had been changed from a Miami Heat plate to a generic Florida plate.

    Basalo is expected to be charged with armed carjacking and attempted first-degree murder when he is found.

    Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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    A Hialeah man has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for illegally sending money to Cuba.

    Karell Cordero, 40, previously pleaded guilty to one count of operating an unlicensed money transmitter business. He was sentenced to 30 months in prison, to be followed by two years of supervised release.

    Federal prosecutors said Cordero owned and operated K&Y Multiservices in Hialeah, where he received euros and exchanged them for U.S. dollars. The transactions often involved tens of thousands of dollars, but Cordero did not submit the required reports to the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

    In some instances, Cordero conducted the transactions knowing that the money was obtained from unlawful activity. Authorities monitored two separate meetings in which Cordero exchanged 240,000 euros for $326,900 in U.S. money. He was told that the money came from drug dealers in Mexico.

    Prosecutors said Cordero also sent about $800,000 in exchange money to Cuba without filing the proper reports.

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    A deal to build a soccer stadium in Miami has hit a major roadblock and Miami Beckham United says it may not be able to get around it.


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    Detectives with the Miami-Dade Police Department's Economic Crimes Bureau busted a suspected marijuana grow house and cockfighting operation Thursday morning.

    Three properties in southwest Miami-Dade County were targeted in the raid. The discovery of the growhouse and cockfighting operation was discovered while Local 10 News investigative reporter Christina Vazquez was traveling with the detectives in relation to an upcoming Call Christina gas theft investigation.

    Police said a stash of 25 marijuana plants, estimated to be worth about $100,000, was seized from a property at 11002 SW 122nd Place. 

    In the wallet of Yuriel Perez, one of the suspected ring leaders, was a gas card loaded with a  victim's personal information.

    Sky 10 was above another property at 12271 SW 46th St. as several people were sitting on the lawn handcuffed. Detective Alvaro Zabaleta said a cockfighting operation was discovered at the property, where dozens of roosters, a few pigs and a large amount of birds were discovered.

    Miami-Dade Animal Control officials are expected to take the animals that were found alive.

    Marijuana was also found bagged inside a pickup truck that was parked on one of the properties.

    Sky 10 was above the scene shortly before noon as the suspected ringleader of the operation was taken away in handcuffs.

    According to Zabaleta, the bust was made while detectives were investigating a fuel theft ring in the area. He said the suspects who were targeted would fraudulently obtain fuel and resell the fuel at a lower price.

    Detectives told Vazquez that the suspects installed credit card skimming devices at gas stations in Miami-Dade and Broward counties to fund the fuel purchases. The fuel was then filled into illegal fuel-bladder vehicles.

    A property at 4055 SW 108th Avenue was also raided.

    Zabaleta said three to five people are expected to be charged in the case.

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