Hialeah Students Might Face Charges After Robo-Tripping at School
The 11 students who got high off of Coricidin while at Hialeah Middle School might have already faced the consequences of vomiting, collapsing, and in one case having a seizure in school, but they could face charges. The students, all between ages 13 and 14, will be suspended, according to the school board, and might be charged with a crime. The board is discussing the possibility with the State Attorney's Office.
- Now all teens in the City of Miami will have an 11 p.m. curfew on school nights and a midnight curfew on weekends unless they're accompanied by an adult or can prove they are on the way to or from school or work. [WSVN]
- An Ohio mother who went missing last weekend has been found safely in Miami Beach. [ABCNews]
- Three sea turtles that were rehabilitated by Miami Seaquarium were released successfully into the wild off Key Biscayne. [WSVN]
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