Coral Springs Crime
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Recent Crime News
Tuesday Jul 12 | via Corvettes
A 48-year-old Coral Springs, Fla., man was found dead, apparently from a gunshot wound, Monday morning in his black C5 Corvette , discovered in a McDonald's parking lot in Pompano Beach, Fla. Police say witnesses at the restaurant heard a gunshot around 4:30 a.m. Monday and then saw a white four-door sedan speed away from the scene. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 6 | via Financial News & Daily Record
After their call for a special legislative session failed, Florida Democrats say they will continue to seek 'common-sense' regulations on the sales of weapons to people on federal watch lists. With only a single Republican joining with Democrats, initial numbers released by the Florida Department of State indicated there wasn't enough legislative support for a requested special session to deal with gun control as a reaction to the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Comment?
Thursday Jun 30 | via The Orlando Sentinel
Barbara Papaleo Poma, in her wedding dress, is seen in this family photo surrounded by brothers John Papaleo, at left, and Mark Papaleo, the younger one at right. Poma created Pulse nightclub in Orlando in honor of John Papaleo, who died in 1991 of AIDS-related complications at age 27. For the Papaleo family of South Florida, the nightclub had been a venue of happiness, where the family hosted celebrations. Comment?
Monday Jun 27 | via South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Robert P. DeLuca, 70, a longtime mobster, was arrested Monday in Coral Springs on charges he lied about his role in disposing of a murder victim's body in Rhode Island. Robert P. DeLuca, 70, a longtime mobster, was arrested Monday in Coral Springs on charges he lied about his role in disposing of a murder victim's body in Rhode Island. Comment?
Jun 17, 2016 | via South Florida Sun-Sentinel
A Plantation officer whose actions in a 2010 shooting led his employer to pay a $65,000 legal settlement now is again the subject of a lawsuit, accused this time of wrongfully using a stun gun in an arrest. In a lawsuit filed in federal court Wednesday, Officer Miguel Lopez is accused of becoming "irrationally and disproportionately disturbed at the prospect of another person near his home" and should have assumed the man near his residence was a stranded motorist. Comment?
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