85 year old woman is in Jackson Memorial Hospital after shot in Miami house || Miami News

85 year old woman is in the hospital after shots fired into a Miami house

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Miami Fl. – 85 year old woman is in Jackson Memorial Hospital after shots fired into a Miami house.

Miami police said Sunday that an overnight home shooting incident sent a woman who is 85-year-old to a hospital in a stable condition.

The gunman opened fire at a house in the 1800 block of Northwest 45th Street and an empty car parked there. Police say a ShotSpotter alert called them to the scene at around 3:55 am.

Police say whether the octogenarian was shot in the leg by bullets or by flying glass or debris was is uncertain.

Stay tuned for more updates and Miami News.



Moise Junior Jasmin involved a 13-year-old girl in prostitution || Miami News

Moise Junior Jasmin included a 13-year-old girl in prostitution

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Miami, Fl. – Detectives on Friday rescued a teenage girl who said she first traveled from Miami-Dade County to New York with a man named Moise Junior Jasmin who engaged her in prostitution when she was just 13. Officers found him during a shooting investigation.

Now the teenager is 15-year-old said she had been living with Moise Junior Jasmine since she was 14. She had a tattoo on her chest and said he branded it with his street name “SnowKidd$” and used her to monetize videos on the pay-to-view website, OnlyFans, according to prosecutors.

“The concept of sex trafficking of a young teenage girl is a parent’s worst nightmare in our community,” Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle said in a statement. “A young girl’s innocence and childhood are quickly snatched away by an alleged smuggler’s desire for fast, easy cash.”

Officers arrested 23-year-old Jasmine, who was on probation in a former ID theft case, on Friday. He was being held without bond at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center. Prosecutors said both of his mobile phones contained evidence of human trafficking.

“Rescuing these victims and removing traffickers from our community has always been and will be the main goal of my human trafficking task force, “Fernandez Rundle said. “These dedicated police officers and investigators deserve community-wide thanks.”

Jasmin is facing charges of human trafficking of a victim under 18 for commercial sexual activity, human trafficking permanent branding, human trafficking transport of child under 28 outside this state, sexual performance by a child, aggravated child abuse, interference with child custody, and sexual battery.

Stay tuned for more updates and Miami News.

Evoire Collier and Dorian Taylor raped Miami Beach tourist || Miami News

Evoire Collier and Dorian Taylor raped Miami Beach tourist

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Miami-Dade Fl. – Evoire Collier and Dorian Taylor are charged with assault/battery, sexual battery of a helpless victim (Miami beach tourist), credit card theft, and petty burglary.

It is very sad that a woman named Christine Englehardt, 24, from Pennsylvania is raped by two black men and died because of an overdose of opioid, fentanyl. 

Two men from North Carolina, Evoire Collier, 21, and Dorian Taylor, 24, were indicted by Miami-Dade grand jury on Wednesday of first-degree murder in connection with an overdose of a 24-year-old Pennsylvania woman who was visiting Miami Beach earlier this year.

We are living in a society where people are getting literate but not educated. These people are a stigma to the society and because of them, women do not feel safe themselves.

Taylor faces an additional murder charge in connection with another tourist’s fentanyl overdose.

According to officials, Christine Englehart (Miami beach tourist), who was in town for spring break, was found dead inside a room at the Albion Hotel in Miami Beach on March 18.

Investigators say the two men met the victim at a restaurant, gave her the green pill, and went to her hotel where “they had sex with her several times and once she fainted or out” the suspects Stayed inside the unit and didn’t call for assistance or help and started taking all her stuff.”

According to police, Engelhart was found partially naked and was drugged and raped.

Police said surveillance video showed two men entering the Albion hotel with the victim and later leaving without her. Authorities said Taylor was later captured on surveillance cameras using the victim’s credit card at a South Beach liquor store.

Prosecutors said Engelhardt and the second victim, 21-year-old Walter Riley of Chicago, both died after overdosing on fentanyl.

According to the Miami Herald, Taylor is accused of selling fentanyl to Riley, although Riley believed he was buying the pain pill Percocet.

Riley was found unconscious on Washington Avenue and died two days after Christine Engelhart.

Collier’s attorney, Phil Reizenstein, told the news reporters that the medical examiner actually found that Engelhart had taken a variety of drugs that it was nearly impossible to determine the drug that caused his death.

Stay tuned with Orlando Solution for more updates.

Miami cops need help finding 16-year-old Valentina Urrejola || Miami News

Miami cops need help finding 16-year-old Valentina Urrejola

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Miami, Fl. – Miami cops need help finding 16-year-old Valentina Urrejola, who left a note for mom and vanished. 

Valentina Urrejola packed her passport, her Social Security card, and her laptop—then left her mom a note saying she’d be fine, wiped her cell phone clean, and put her keys under the front door.

The 16-year-old girl from Miami has not been seen or heard from since Monday, her mother, Constanza Urrezola Arcos, said.

“I know it was not her idea,” she told the Miami Herald on Tuesday. “There’s an adult man behind it.”

On Tuesday, Miami police shared a photo of the teenager and asked the community for help in locating her.

She was last seen around 11 a.m. in the area of Northeast Miami Place and 14th Street.

Urezola Arcos said the sudden disappearance of her daughter was disturbing and unusual.

Valentina left a note in English in which she said she would be okay and act responsibly. Urrezola Arcos said she also asked her mother not to involve the authorities.

According to T-Mobile’s phone records, the last people Valentina contacted were two of her close friends. But when authorities contacted them about Valentina’s disappearance, none of them wanted to cooperate, Urrezola Arcos said.

“They were very rude to the police and me,” Urrezola Arcos said. “I think they know where she is because they used to go to the same places… Now I get the feeling that I don’t know any of his friends.”

Valentina has disappeared just once before, her mother said – for two hours; She met her at her grandmother’s house.

The last time Urrezola Arcos saw the eldest of her two daughters was on Monday between 11 a.m. and noon. Valentina has also not shown up at her job as a hostess at a restaurant on Ocean Drive since Friday.

Valentina is described as 5 feet tall, 104 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. He was last seen wearing a black shirt and jeans.

Anyone with information is asked to call the City of Miami Police Department Special Victims Unit at 305-603-6300 or 305-579-6111.

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Yolanda Miyares, 64, suffering from PSTD and hallucinations is missing || Miami News

64-year-old Yolanda Miyares suffering from PSTD and hallucinations is missing

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Miami, Fl. – Miami police are searching for a 64-year-old Yolanda Miyares who has not been seen or heard from Sunday.

She is a resident of Miami’s Shenandoah neighborhood and suffers from PTSD and hallucinations. She lives in the 1900 block of Southwest 13th Street.

According to officials, she was last seen around 9:30 pm. Sundays on Coral Way.

Police said she was wearing a dress, but they had no other details of her outfit.

Miyares is described by police as a Hispanic woman whose height is 5 feet and 2 inches and whose weight is 180 pounds.

She has blond hair and brown eyes.

Miami Police wants the public’s help in finding her.

Anyone who knows anything about her whereabouts is requested to call Miami Police at 305-603-6300 or 305-579-6111.

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Cuban-Americans protest in Washington and want Joe Biden to do more to pressure the regime

Miami news - Cuban-American protestors want Biden to Pressure

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Miami, Fl. – Thousand Cuban-American protesters in Washington protest in front of White House and want President Joe Biden to do more to pressure the regime.

Thousands of anti-regime protesters gathered outside the White House on Sunday and stayed overnight until Monday to pressure Joe Biden to address socialist Miguel Diaz-Canel’s actions against the Cuban people.

The group stayed at night for planned candlelight at midnight to mark the 26th of July Movement, a Cuban national holiday commemorating the 1953 attack when Fidel Castro made his first attempt to overthrow the then Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista. 

“I’m 27 and I never thought I’d live to see something like this,” said Perez, a Hialeah resident who moved to the United States from Cuba seven years ago. “We need to make sure there’s pressure for people who didn’t have to go through what I went through to know what’s going on in Cuba.”

Miami Republican Representative Maria Elvira Salazar joined by candle and cellphone light vigil Sunday night. More elected officials are expected to join the protests on Monday.

More people arrived in DC in the early hours of Monday and immediately went to the White House to join the protest.

An 18-wheeler with “S.O.S. Cuba” spray-painted on its trailer did laps around the White House honking its horn, and the crowd on Monday morning swelled to a few thousand people.

More and more people are moving to Washington to support Cuban-American protesters.

Everyone is waiting to see how President Joe Biden reacts to this. Stay tuned with us for more updates.

Gorilla Rappers Fredo Bang And Lit Yoshi Arrested in Miami

Miami – Fredo Bang whose real name is Frederick Givens and Lit Yoshi whose real name is Miyoshi Edwards are arrested in Miami on a warrant from Louisiana.

Rappers Fredo Bang and Lit Yoshi Arrested in Miami

Two rappers and roommates named Fredo Bang and Lit Yoshi from Baton Rouge-based group, Top Boy Gorillas or TBG, have been arrested by federal agents in Miami this week. 

Fredo Bang, real name Frederick Givens was arrested on July 22 on a fugitive Louisiana warrant, illegal use of a weapon, and property damage. It is not clear what the warrant was for, possibly a breach of parole. He was arrested in 2016 for allegedly shooting a man during an argument outside an apartment complex in Baton Rouge.

Rapper Lit Yoshi was arrested on July 21 on the same Louisiana warrant. The Advocate state that in 2020, Yoshi fired at a vehicle in Baton Rouge and killed one of the three occupants.

‘The Bang Man’ or Fredo Bang was scheduled to perform in Rolling Loud – a hip-hop festival in Miami Gardens on Friday. He is now facing extradition. 

Both rappers live together in Miami. TBG has a longstanding feud with the NBA Youngboys’ “Never Broke Again” crew.

Additionally, according to Miami Herald, Miami-Dade County is seeking two years for interrogation after rapper Youngboy whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, and his crew were set ablaze by a passing car outside the Trump International Beach Resort in Sunny Isles Beach. 

Youngboy’s girlfriend was shot and wounded, three bystanders were grazed and a rental car employee, 43-year-old Mohamed Jardi, was killed by a stray bullet in the street.

No one has been charged in the Miami-Dade shooting case.

Prosecutors believe that Bang and the TBG group were involved. A judge in Louisiana ruled in February that evidence of the shooting case could be used in his forthcoming trial against Edwards.

Stay tuned with us for more updates. We bring latest and accurate information. 

Woman killed & 3 year old injured


MIAMI-AP, FLORIDA: Police said A woman was killed and her 3-year-old daughter was injured in a drive-by shooting. The shooting happened at an apartment complex near Miami.

On Monday afternoon, someone in a dark gray sedan pulled up to Coral Bay Cove. The person started shooting at Leshonte Jones, 24. Jones died near the first-floor staircase, they said.

However, police did not provide the condition of the 3-year-old child, who was taken to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Investigators said she is expected to recover.

As they were investigating the shooting, police heard shots being fired nearby.

“It’s almost mind-blowing because everybody here witnessed it as well,” Miami-Dade police spokesman Alvaro Zabaleta told WSVN.

“There was a group of residents that were here who were also waiting for this scene to finish when we heard that shots rang out. And it was multiple shots that rang out, to the point where people started running in fear for their lives to try to get some cover.”

No one was injured in that shooting, and police detained three people, he said.

He said the two shootings were not believed to be related.

The search continues for the person who shot Jones.