14 year old girl gone missing in Miami


MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. – On Wednesday morning, a missing person flyer was released. Miami-Dade police are searching for a 13-year-old girl. The girl was reported missing on Tuesday.

Isabella Companion was last seen in the 9000 block of Southwest 142nd Avenue, said the police. However, it is unclear what she was wearing.

Police said Companioni is 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighs about 100 pounds.

She has black hair and brown eyes.

Police said she may be in need of services.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call Detective O. Tellez or any detective with the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Special Victims Bureau/Missing Persons Squad at 305-715-3300. Anonymous tips can be made by calling Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477.

Woman goes into water, vanishes in Biscayne Bay



MIAMI – BISCAYNE BAY, FLORIDA – On Sunday morning, a person in a high-rise condominium building in downtown Miami called 911. The person reported that a woman went into the waters of Biscayne Bay and disappeared. Hours later, the body of an adult female was pulled from the water after a search.

According to City of Miami Fire Captain Ignatius Caroll, fire rescue responded to the area of Biscayne Bay behind the Intercontinental Miami hotel. According to the caller, she saw the woman sitting next to a ladder along the boardwalk before she watched her get into the water around 7:30 a.m. Sunday.

“Shortly after, she did not see her and believed (the woman) went under,” Caroll said.

Miami Fire Rescue’s dive team and fireboat conducted the search of the bay along with assistance from the U.S. Coast Guard, Miami Police Marine Patrol, and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, according to Caroll.

“The search went on for about three hours and we ended up finding the woman not far from where she had gone into the water,” Caroll said.

They also found items left near the seawall that may have belonged to the victim who was pronounced dead at the scene.

The city of Miami Police are conducting an investigation. The woman’s identity has not been released and Caroll could only confirm that the victim was “an adult female.”

“This was an arduous search by all agencies involved. Everyone worked together to locate the missing swimmer. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s divers were able to locate and remove the victim from the water,” said Erika Benítez, spokesperson for MDFR.

Tampa Police Department seeks Public help in identifying a suspect

Police Department seeks Public help

TAMPA, FLORIDA- According to the Police Department in Tampa, the incident had occurred during the Super Bowl festivities on Sunday. The public is requested to help in identifying the suspect involved during the battery incident.

The exact location of the incident was reported to be at the intersection of W.Tampa Bay Boulevard and N.Dale Mabry Highway.

The woman had reported to the police to have been grabbed by the man (suspect) against her will.  The suspect’s identity was seen in a video that was taken after the incident and he appeared to be a white man in his 30’s or 40’s.

Police request anyone with information about the suspect who may have witnessed the incident to contact the detectives at 813-231-6130.


Palm City man seriously injured to Shooting On Saturday

Palm City man seriously injured to Shooting On Saturday 1

Palm Beach, Florida- On Saturday evening a young man was seriously harmed during a shooting along the Tamarind Avenue Corridor of West Palm Beach. The Police did not identify the man.

The shooting happened at about 1:45 p.m. on 1000 block of 13th street Of Tamarind Avenue, Sergeant David Lefont informed. 

The man was in serious condition with perilous wounds. He was taken to the hospital by the Police immediately.

Police investigated the eyewitnesses and gathering the all possible proofs about Saturday’s shooting scene.   



Police presence was reported in front of a home in Port St. John

Police presence was reported in front of a home

PORT ST. JOHN, FLORIDA: As per the reports, police presence was reported in front of a home in Port St. John Thursday.

Records show at least two Brevard County sheriff’s crime scene vans, multiple patrol cars, and several authorities were lined in front of the home in the 6700 block of Grissom Parkway.

Regarding the situation, Brevard County sheriff’s officials have not responded to inquiries and also have not answered about whether it is a public safety matter or not.

Where the crime scene vans were parked, Sheriff’s investigators were seen investigating and inquiring nearby residents about the people of the home.

No more detailed information is available at the moment.

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