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Couple’s fight turned deadly in Coral Springs
A domestic dispute turned deadly in Coral Springs Sunday evening after a man reportedly went after his on-again, off-again girlfriend, but she got the upper hand.
When police arrived at the home they found a man, Glenroy Jacobs, dead in the street from a gunshot wound. Jacobs’ girlfriend, who was injured, was taken to North Broward Medical Center where she was questioned by police.
Smash and grab thieves drive van into clothing store
A handful of thieves made a smashing entrance into the fashion world when they used a van as a battering ram to break into a designer’s Miami store.
According to Fred Mclendon, the co-owner of Tanya Marie Design Avenue, the van smashed through the store’s front door, sending hundreds of pounds of glass and concrete flying. As many as five people then ran through the store and snatched up approximately $50,000 in couture dresses.
Coral Springs man found shot
Coral Springs police are investigating after a man was found shot to death last week.
Authorities say a woman on scene had to be rushed to the hospital.
Coral Springs Police spokesman Lt. Joe McHugh says after receiving a call they found a man dead in the street from a gunshot wound.
Florida mom shot children 18 times before killing herself
A Port St. John mother who killed her four children shot them 18 times before taking her own life.
The Brevard County’s medical examiner wrote in the report that a revolver was fired against the chest of at least two children. There were 19 gunshot wounds found on the victims, including the self-inflicted wound to 33-year-old Tonya Thomas. The report says one child was shot seven times. The youngest, who was 12, was shot five times from more than two feet away.
Beating of Oakland Park teen posted in social media, four arrested
Before it was yanked away, a cell phone video of a Broward County teenage girl being punched to the ground was widely viewed on YouTube and Facebook.
Celina Bennett is the girl seen in video being attacked by a swarm of girls, girls she said she barely knew.
They all attend the Alternative Life Skills Charter School on Oakland Park Boulevard.