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Listen up, Mayor Carlitos

March 27

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An anonymous guy from Miami Springs tells us that some Miami-Dade police officers have no respect for the law.

This intrepid soul says parked cop cars block the sidewalk in his neighborhood almost every day between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. They can usually be found on the east side of Apache Street, between Plover Avenue and Falcon Street. He contends the driver is a sergeant.

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Of course, this brave individual won't give his name, but he agreed to send these beautiful pictures.

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Can you hear us, Mayor Carlos Alvarez? -Chuck Strouse

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