Cutler Bay Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Who killed Laura Cuni? Cops offer $28,000 reward in ...

    Tuesday Jul 19 | via The Miami Herald 

    Police are offering a $28,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest in the murder of Laura Cuni, who was found dead inside a rear office at a Public Storage facility in Cutler Bay on June 24. Family members of a woman who was found dead inside a Public Storage facility in Cutler Bay last month say they can't think of a reason someone would hurt a woman they called a "care-free spirit." Laura Cuni, 54, was found dead June 24 at the rear office of a Public Storage at 10505 Marlin Rd., where she was a longtime employee.


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  • $28K Reward For Info In Storage Facility Murder

    Tuesday Jul 19 | via CBS Local 

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  • Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna talks about being c...

    Saturday Jul 9 | via The Miami Herald 

    Miami Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna talks Saturday, July 9, 2016, at Marlins Park after it was announced that he will start in Tuesday's All-Star Game due to injuries to New York Mets' Yoenis Cespedes and Chicago Cubs' Dexter Fowler. Video by Clark Spencer / Miami Herald staff The former standout for the Sioux Falls Skyforce said he can bring three-point shooting and defense to Miami.


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  • Rodney McGruder talks about signing with the Heat

    Thursday Jul 7 | via The Miami Herald 

    Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly discusses the Marlins 9-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves and pitcher Jose Fernandez, who was shelled for nine runs in worst outing of his career. A perfect storm of striking medical residents, missing doctors and a lack of money has virtually paralyzed an already weak healthcare system in Haiti, and no one seems to be in a hurry to fix it, critics say.


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  • Characters come out for Florida Supercon

    Sunday Jul 3 | via The Miami Herald 

    The Rev. Gregory Mansfield speaks about about the decapitation an 875-year-old statue of King Alphonso VII at the Ancient Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach on Thursday, June 23, 2016.


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  • A healthcare crisis in Haiti festers as doctors, med...

    Friday Jul 1 | via The Miami Herald 

    Miami-Dade police detectives are investigating the murder of an employee at a Cutler Bay storage facility. The body of longtime employee Laura Cuni, 54, was discovered early Friday morning, June 24, 2016, inside the Public Storage facility, 10505 Marlin Rd. Police sealed off part of northern Miami in search of two of three carjacking suspects from a Thursday night robbery.


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  • UM scientist and tiger shark expert Neil Hammerschla...

    Saturday Jun 25 | via The Miami Herald 

    University of Miami scientist and shark expert Neil Hammerschlag will be featured in two films showcasing tiger and great white sharks starting Sunday on Discovery Channel's Shark Week. The largest infrastructure project since the waterway's original construction, the Panama Canal Expansion Program will create a new lane of traffic along the Canal through the construction of a new set of locks, increasing the waterway's capacity.


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  • 4 years later, Cutler Baya s first freshman class gr...

    Jun 17, 2016 | via The Miami Herald 

    The council passed a resolution asking Legislature to ban sale and possession of rapid fire and high power assault weapons From left: teacher Justin Koren, council member Mary Ann Mixon, Vice Mayor Ernie Sochin, principal Lucas De La Torre, Mayor Peggy Bell, student government president Autumn LeBron, student government treasurer Livan Bec, founding principal Yamilla Carballo and daughter, teacher Marshall Ruffo, council members Roger Coriat and Sue Ellen Loyzelle stand with a proclamation for Cutler Bay Senior High School. The ever-expanding community of Cutler Bay was delighted to celebrate the inaugural graduating class of its high school June 16 at town hall.


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Cutler Bay Law

Can i get a DUI reduced to careless driving, if my BAC was .128?
i was involved in an accident, with no serious bodily injury. Blood was taken for a BAC reading. the result was .128. I received two tickets, one for careless driving and the other for DUI. For the purpose of work, it would'nt be convinent to have it reduced only to reckless driving. So please i want to know is possible
"For the purpose of work, it would'nt be convinent to have it reduced only to reckless driving." Look, you are far...
Is DUI Dismissal equivalent to non-guilt?
So I took a breath test and it was over the limit (allegedly). My DUI case was Dismissed because of expiration of speedy trial date (yes I filed the motion for discharge and won, state didn't appeal it). Question: 1. Is this considered a dismissal with prejudice and therefore it's equivalent to "Not Guilty"? 2. Can I now get my License suspension invalidated pursuant to f s. 322.2615(16)? 3. Judge did not write or send me anything. How do I get a written order from the judge so I can show it as proof? Thank you very much for any input
The good news is your case is gone forever. It is dismissed with prejudice. However, a dismissal is not a verdict of...
What do I have to do to reinstate my license in FL & settle the DUI? Should I hire a lawyer to do it, or can i do this myself.
My inquiry is about a DUI (below.10) in South Carolina. I am a florida resident. I have done the mandatory 6 months suspension for the state of SC. I plead guilty. I received a letter in the mail stating what I believe is my sentence, which is a 6 months license revocation. It's been well over 6 months already. I received this DUI in Oct. 2014. My license never was suspended in the state of Florida. In April of last year my license expired and I tried to renew it. The admin at the DMV told me that I would be unable to renew my license in FL until I fixed what ever issue I had in SC. I contacted the clerks office in the county where I received the DUI. They informed me that I needed to plea guilty or take it to court. Since i am a FL resident. I am unable to go back and forth to court in SC. So I had the admin in SC send me the plea paperwork it took about 2 months to receive the paperwork. Anyways I plead guilty. About a month later i received the letter notifying me that my sentence was 6 months revocation of my license. Like I stated earlier, it's been well over 6 months. My license is now suspended in FL due to me being found guilty of drivin with a expired license over 6 months
Especially since you say you don't know what to do, the practical thing would be to retain an attorney.
Driver History Update Possible? DUI reduced to reckless driving.
I was arrested for a DUI last year. My license was immediately suspended for 6 months by the officer. After 6 months my license was re-instated. However, the case was still open. After a month, the case was closed and I was convicted of Reckless driving. Now, I am trying to search for a job and while my job is in no way related to driving, one of the companies that I received an offer from asked me for my consent to pull my driving record. I am trying to see if I can have the drivers history updated and request for removal of the arrest record (expunged) from there or at-least, changed to reflect the actual crime that I was found guilty for? as per the disposition? Is that possible? Right now, my drivers record shows, the suspension of license and DUI arrest as one record, and the violation - Conviction of Reckless Driving as a separate record - Both have the same case number though confirming that the same case was later changed and updated as a citation for Reckless Driving. Please advise.
1) Your license was not suspended by the officer. It was administratively suspended by DMV when you blew over the...
DUI reduced to reckless driving, employment background check consequences
I am a senior software engineer. I have been in the industry for 11 years now. Recently (1 yr b4) I got myself into trouble and I got a DUI in Florida. Eventually I was convicted of Reckless driving. I finished everything as far as the punishment is concerned and the case is now closed. I got an offer in Atlanta Georgia and the offer letter reads that contingent to a successful background check they will discuss joining date. As part of the background check they are involving a company called Direct advantage. They also want my driving history. I ran a background check on FDLE website and found that it still lists it as just the arrest for DUI and the disposition is not updated yet. While the job does not involve driving, it does involve financial transactions and I am worried if my background check would deem me ineligible. I do not think there is a way to update driver history and I ordered one and it has the DUI arrest listed. They have not given me any documentation to ask about prior arrests or conviction yet. I did hear that they were going to run a national and a 50 state background check. Should I volunteer information to the HR right away? Will offer be rescinded?
First, I am not an attorney in Florida or Georgia, so any legal information I am providing is for informational...
Can you be arrested for a DUI later? Does consent need to be given for tox reports?
He had an accident while intoxicated. He was taken to the hospital and treated for his injuries. His story at the scene seemed to hold and he doesn't know if his blood was tested for alcohol at the scene or at the hospital. He cannot recall consenting to any exams. Advice given to us has always been if you're pulled over and intoxicated, don't agree to any field sobriety test or breathalyzer. He is home now but is wondering if he should seek representation. Would police show up later to his home if he is charged with a DUI? Or would he have been taken in immediately?
Yes, you can be arrested for a DUI later and no, you don't have to give consent for the cops to get the evidence.
Can he get exonerated for first charge so that he can be tried as a first time offender on the DUI case?
Friend was convicted of armed burglary (PBL) and took plea, received split sentence. Served 3 years, a couple months after being on probation due for 3 years violated with DUI / involuntary manslaughter so was now sentenced to 25 years on first charge for violating probation. There is new evidence on first charge (no gun powder residue) and other lab results which would clear him on the first charge. All cases are Miami Dade county. I know he needs an experienced criminal-defense attorney, just seeking a little guidance on the matter.
You have 2 years within which to file a motion for post conviction relief, so not likely. He will need defense counsel...