Suarez-Alvarez, 52, is charged with five counts of lewd and lascivious behavior on a victim under 12 years old. He is being held without bond at Broward County Main Jail and is not to have any contact with the victims, their families, or any minors. The press did not name an attorney for him.
Sandra Duval of Tamarac, Florida was arrested on September 13 for allegedly causing a car crash while under the influence. The crash allegedly led to the death of Gerard Allard.
Duval, 34, is charged with vehicular homicide, DUI manslaughter while impaired, DUI property damage, and leaving the scene of a crash with property damage. She was ordered held without bond until she appears before her trial judge. It is unclear if she has an attorney.
Stephanie Alexandra Pantuliano of Coral Springs, Florida was arrested on May 25 for allegedly driving under the influence and causing a crash that led to the death of Bobby Harold Russell of Tamarac.
Pantuliano, 29, is being charged with DUI manslaughter, two counts of DUI with injury, and three counts of DUI property damage. She is being held without bond. News sources did not name an attorney for her.
Michael Doheny of Pembroke Pines, Florida, was arrested on December 4 for allegedly causing an accident while under the influence that damaged three vehicles and sent two drivers to a hospital.
Doheny, 29, faces several charges, including failure to remain at an accident involving serious bodily injury and driving under the influence with serious bodily injury. He is being held at Broward Jail in lieu of $35,200 bond. It is unclear if he has obtained legal representation.
Conan Acevedo of Tamarac, Florida was arrested in the early hours of August 7 after allegedly crashing into and killing 18-year-old Nicolas Garcia while under the influence of alcohol. Acevedo, 40, faces charges that include failure to obey a traffic signal, DUI when accompanied by a minor, and DUI causing death.
Acevedo’s first-appearance court session took place on 8 August where he was ordered to be held in lieu of a $52,500 bond. He posted bail later that day and is allowed to drive a vehicle as long as he is sober.