Six West Palm Beach men loaded with an arsenal of weapons and led by a dude who went by the name "Black Jesus," were arrested by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives after a sting operation that set them up to rob $450,000 worth of "pure Colombian cocaine." According to federal ... More >>
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Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives think that former Coral Springs firefighter Santiago Gonzalez maybe, possibly, might have been part of the infamous Pain & Gain killings (now a major motion picture starring Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, based on a New Times stor ... More >>
Last night around 10:45, 30-year-old Karl Gross was sitting on a porch on Ocean Drive in Boynton Beach when someone shot him. He was taken to the hospital, as people with bullets in them so frequently are, and it was discovered he had an outstanding warrant for drug trafficking."So," writes Boynton ... More >>
kvue.comThis being Florida, drug news seems to make headlines more often than elsewhere. And the trend will likely increase as South Florida will become an even more dominant hub for drug traffic. This week The Washington Post reports that old drug smuggling routes between our state and the Carib ... More >>
Photo: Broward Sheriff's OfficePeriu managed a smile for his most recent mug shot.Manny Periu, the former Broward bondsman known for accidentally chauffeuring a bank robber, is back in jail after being arrested Tuesday night on charges he threatened a witness in a drug-trafficking case.That clash ... More >>
Only a fraction of Mexicans get U.S. asylum.
The answer: Maybe, maybe not. But it's a fair question. Mutual Benefits, the fraud-filled firm that employed Broward County Mayor Stacy Ritter's husband and paid $117,000 to renovate her Parkland home, was just a moderately successful (and moderately dirty) firm in 2001. Then it made its ... More >>
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When you're a politician helping out a felon, it's better not to ask questions.
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Michael Ray Roberts has avoided serious prison time by ratting out his partners. So far.
Donna Weaver's search for her dead mate reaches a crescendo
A rogue FBI agent, tons of smuggled drugs, a wife in search of her husband's corpse
Muchas peliculas at the Colombian Film Fest
Hollywood police used a Bahamian Casanova to set up Valarie Curry
An Iran-Contra conspirator joins the Swift Boat crowd. It was bound to happen.
West Palm's "most notorious": Big fish or a small scapegoat in the war on drugs?
Hank Asher's just the guy to set up a futuristic terrorist-tracking system, but the cops don't trust him
How to write for the gullible, er, the New Age market
When Gary Weaver disappeared under mysterious circumstances, the authorities eventually gave up.
His wife didn't.
A new crusade to rid Dania Beach of drugs has targeted some unlikely villains, including a local program director and a former mayor
Battling cancer and investigating a botched federal investigation, mobster Vinnie Ciraolo is fighting to clear his name
If Ken Jenne were like most cops, he'd be investigated for being friends with felons who give him money
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