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Florida Could Limit Access To Police Camera Videos

Florida could place limits on who can access police officer body camera videos under a bill passed by the Florida Senate.


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Ex-Detective Guilty Of Protecting Pot Ring

A former Miami-Dade County police detective is facing a minimum of five years in federal prison after pleading guilty to providing protection for a violent marijuana operation.


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Cases Related To Florida Cops Who Shared Racist Video, Texts Dropped

Prosecutors say they’re dropping cases connected to four Fort Lauderdale police officers who lost their jobs following an investigation into a racist video and text messages.


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Officer Facing Charges For Slapping Homeless Man

A Fort Lauderdale police officer is facing three misdemeanor charges after he was caught on video apparently slapping a homeless man.


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Sheriff Investigating Human Bones Found In Woods

Citrus County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the discovery of human bones in the woods.


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Police Fatally Shoot Man Accused Of Ramming Patrol Car

A Broward County man has been fatally shot by police.


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Police: Officers Respond To Shooting At Florida Mall

Police in central Florida say they are responding to a shooting at a mall.


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Man Charged With Vandalizing Artwork Near Police Headquarters

A homeless man faces charges after authorities say he splashed paint on a mosaic on the side of the Tampa Police Department parking garage.


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Robbery At Tampa Mall Prompts Evacuation

Authorities in Tampa have evacuated the area’s largest mall following reports of a robbery.


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Woman Charged After Filing 28 False Child Abuse Reports

A Florida Panhandle woman is accused of filing 28 false reports of child abuse.