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News Roundup: 16 Prison Guards Arrested for Smuggling Cocaine

  • 22 people, including 16 prison guards, were arrested after a two year probe for smuggling cocaine and other contraband into prisons. [CBS4]
  • A former Miami Beach building inspector who admitted to taking bribes from a developer will spend 18 months in jail. [Herald]
  • Oh great, it's supposed to be a cold rainy weekend. [CBS4]
  • A propane tank exploded into a massive fire ball in Medley, sending one person to the hospital. [CBS4]
  • Three Miami-Dade cops are facing perjury charges for lying about a traffic stop that lead to the arrest of a previously-convicted felon. [Herald]
  • A lingerie shop with live, nearly-nude models has opened on Lincoln Road. [NBCMiami]
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