Lieutenant Edward Law found himself of the wrong end of, well, the law. The Opa-locka police officer was arrested on Friday night while driving his unmarked police cruiser after rear ending another car on the Golden Glades interchange. Police say he was intoxicated.
For a while, Raonel Valdez was like the Chris Angel of Cuban-born delinquents, mind-freaking the criminal justice system with his ability to escape hard time. His bag of tricks may have finally come up empty. Yesterday, Valdez was booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center (TGK) afte ... More >>
Mitchell Igelko is probably the world's worst neighbor. His reign of terror was caught on tape in 2012, and it's left a slew of Kendall families in fear. Some of his alleged crimes: egging houses, killing lawns, firebombing a boat. In December of last year, the South Florida businessman was sentence ... More >>
Well, here it is: the Justin Bieber mug shot the world has been waiting for. The 5'9", 140-pound Justin Drew Bieber was booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center at 10:36 this morning on charges of DUI, driving with an expired license, and resisting an officer without violence. His ... More >>
Jason Beckman is currently on trial for the shocking 2009 murder of his father Jay Beckman, a South Miami commissioner. Testimony from one of a Beckman's fellow inmates provides a bizarre motive for the slaying. The younger Beckman apparently snapped after his father made a joke about actress Megan ... More >>
The family of a woman who hijacked a jail golf cart and drove it into a barricade is worried sick that's she's not receiving the proper mental health help she needs in jail. They say her rambling and bizarre appearance in bond court, in which she said things like, "I was like, fuck yeah, let's do th ... More >>
City of MiamiNext time President Barack Obama is in town, Ada Rojas may want to steer clear of his motorcade. Or hope that her boss, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, melts his icy relationship with the city's boys in blue before the next presidential visit.On October 11, Regalado's resident affairs an ... More >>
Arrested for nothing, Amanda Jessup spiraled out of control in county lockup.
He's behind bars for life.
The Escobar brothers are in jail for murdering a cop, but 20 years later, there's still no verdict.
Miami's Catholic leaders covered for a priest who drugged and sodomized at least a dozen boys.
Since 2000, dozens have died in county jails. Poor medical care has contributed to the problem.
For those left behind after the brutal murder of fourteen-year-old Jaime Gough, the emotional lockdown lingers
The short, sad lives of some detainees facing relatively minor charges end in jail. Here are three such cases.
He climbed. He saw. He hasn't yet conquered the mystery of his missing brother.
Cell phones, pot, and knives are found by county jail shakedown teams
The medical association examines the county's jail system and finds trouble behind bars
George Burgess, the county manager, hits a sour note
Celeste Fraser Delgado
I was arrested by bad cops on bogus charges and spent a bizarre night behind bars
Everyone could use a little help making it through the FTAA in one piece
Too bad the county makes it so hard for me to get into a recovery program
Something isn't right at Mays Middle School -- and it's not just because of that bomb threat
We're going live now to the scene of a reported O.J. sighting -- stay with us!
A violent thug may lead investigators to a public-corruption bonanza
Commissioner Javier Souto isn't angry at the homeless people in his district. He just wants them to go away.
After squandering much of his lottery jackpot, Bernardo Paz is acquitted of raping his pregnant teenage sister-in-law
Why are the county's Metrobus drivers such a happy lot? Maybe because some earn more than $90,000 per year.
In 1992 Bernardo Paz hit the Lotto, bought himself a brand-new BMW, and headed down the road to ruin. This year he finally got there.
He thought he was just doing his job and playing by the rules. Then he learned that the rules are very different in the sovereign nation of the Miccosukee.
Being thrown in jail was supposed to bring down the curtain on Miami drug lords Willy Falc and Sal Magluta. But there was an encore: Death threats, clandestine cameras, illegal searches, and major security violations.
Sixty-three-year-old Miami Beach gadfly Stanley K. Shapiro might seem an unlikely enemy, but war is war
Metro Movers down Marlins in county commissioners' debut