The latest on the pair of Miami Beach police shootings



Miami Beach police are beginning to release more details in the pair of shootings that occurred four days apart last month.

If you remember, one officer was involved in both of them. I’ve been following this closely on NBCMiami.

Today, police acknowledged that they are not even sure that the second man they killed was armed when he they shot him. Initially, they were saying he died in a shootout.

The officer involved in both shootings was also accused of domestic violence ten years ago, which may or may not be relevant depending on whom you ask. But it is public record nonetheless so it should be reported. Check out the comments in that story.

The first suspect that was shot was also unarmed but today they released a video showing either him or his brother with something beneath his shirt.



Miami Beach police are beginning to release more details in the pair of shootings that occurred four days apart last month.

If you remember, one officer was involved in both of them. I’ve been following this closely on NBCMiami.

Today, police acknowledged that they are not even sure that the second man they killed was armed when he they shot him. Initially, they were saying he died in a shootout.

The officer involved in both shootings was also accused of domestic violence ten years ago, which may or may not be relevant depending on whom you ask. But it is public record nonetheless so it should be reported. Check out the comments in that story.

The first suspect that was shot was also unarmed but today they released a video showing either him or his brother with something beneath his shirt.

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