Alexandra Danison of Palm Springs, Florida was arrested on Sept. 13 on a DUI charge. She was arrested inside Palm Beach after she failed to follow police orders to exit the island via one of the security checkpoints set up in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
ABC News caught footage of a group looting a shoe store in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday. The footage shows looters leaving Simon’s Sportswear with boxes of shoes. The perpetrators went on to rob a nearby pawn shop, sources say.
The suspects, six adults and three teens, were arrested by Fort Lauderdale Police hours later. The adults were identified as Rossano Henry Jr., Tyrell Pratt, Teonhki Robinson, Kenneth Pinkney, Michael Brown, and Zara Dumornay. All the suspects are charged with burglary during a natural disaster.
If you’re involved in a civil asset forfeiture case, sometimes you’re left wondering whether or not you can legally pursue your property at all. Your best bet in this case is to hire a good lawyer who understands your situation–and may be able to help you get your property back.
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Jason Robyor of Boynton Beach, Florida was arrested Saturday after he reportedly admitted to police that he sexually assaulted a 7-year-old who slept at his home last week. His relationship with the child is unclear.
Robyor, 36, is charged with one count of sexual battery on a minor. He is being held without bond at Palm Beach County Jail and was ordered not to have any contact with anyone under 18. It is unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.
Ex-Miami Jackson Adult Education Center principal Joey Bautista was arrested on August 23 for allegedly using over $41,000 in school district funds to pay his housekeeper.