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money-eye-300x169Interior designer Antonio DiMarco was arrested on October 10 for allegedly stealing more than a million dollars from clients to finance a pricey lifestyle.

DiMarco, 42, is charged with money laundering, two counts of grand theft of more than $100,000, and obtaining property worth over $50,000 by fraud. He was ordered held on $400,000 bond during a court hearing Thursday.

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Laszlo Aspirany of Hallandale Beach, Florida was arrested on August 29 for his alleged involvement in a DUI accident that damaged four cars and caused the death of Susana Alvarez de Lima of Hallandale Beach.

Aspirany, 69, is charged with DUI manslaughter, DUI causing injury, and DUI causing damage to property. He was ordered held on $155,000. If he is able to bond out of jail, he is not to drive without judicial permission and he must surrender his passport.

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Alexander Todd Turin of Hallandale Beach, Florida was arrested on June 14 after investigators linked his home address to the internet address of someone who downloaded over 1,000 images and videos of children being sexually exploited.

Turin, 29, is charged with 10 counts of possession of obscene materials and 2 counts of obscene communication. He is being held in Broward’s main jail. His bond was set at $551,000. News sources did not say if he has acquired an attorney.

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Two Hallendale Beach police officers have been placed on administrative leave while internal affairs investigates a video that reportedly shows them striking a suspect with batons.

Officers Richard Allen and Jaime Cerna were recorded arresting James Dunkelberger on May 30 after he purportedly stole a phone and charger from a parked car. Dunkelberger was charged with resisting an officer without violence and burglary.

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Diego Salazar Uribe of Hollywood, Florida was arrested on March 21 for allegedly running over Joseph Curtis after he failed to pay his bill at a bar in Hallandale Beach.

Curtis, 53, who was a bouncer at the bar, suffered serious injuries and died on April 7, the Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed on Friday.

Uribe, 43, was charged with attempted murder, but he could face additional charges because of Curtis’ death. He remains held in lieu of a $150,000 bond. The press did not name an attorney for Uribe.

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