Slow day for news, folks, but there seems to be an abundance of police officers acting badly these days. Here's your Cooler.
A- Herald: I'm sure if the road were designed better this would have never happened.
An out-of-control red car hit a sidewalk curb, sailed into the air and crashed into a North Miami Beach nursing home Wednesday morning, sending four people inside to the hospital and killing the driver.B- Herald: Stop and leer.
Authorities have shut down West Dixie Highway just north of Northeast 163rd Street as they remove the car from the building and remove the body of the driver, who has not yet been identified.
A Homestead police officer was fired recently after a woman complained that he asked her to show him her breasts and bra, and asked what color underwear she was wearing.C- Palm Beach Post: And another one?
DELRAY BEACH — A Delray Beach police officer is the subject of an internal investigation into allegations he had sex while on duty.D- TC Palm: Life in South Florida.
A woman filed a June 4 complaint alleging that officer Frank Umbriac had sex with her after he had threatened her with arrest, according to a memo from the Palm Beach Beach County State Attorney’s Office made public Tuesday.
Jay Robbins, 35, called 9-1-1 about 10:30 p.m. to tell dispatchers he planned to drive the Ford Explorer into the river near U.S. 1 and Rocky Point Road south of Malabar.E- WPTV: Dry feet.
That’s where deputies found him shortly later, in his vehicle about 300 feet off shore, officials said.
“When we got there he was still sitting in the car smoking a cigarette,” sheriff’s Lt. Tod Goodyear said. The man said he got in a fight with his wife and she took the kids, so he wasn’t going to let her get the car, too, officials said.
RIVIERA BEACH Fla. -- Eighteen people came ashore in Riviera Beach early this morning after traveling on a homemade boat from Cuba, Border Patrol confirms.
The migrants -- 16 men and two women -- landed on Singer Island around 1 a.m., according to Border Patrol. Law enforcement officials arrived at the scene around 2 a.m.
The individuals, all Cubans, will be taken to a Riviera Beach immigration processing center.
Border Patrol officials said the homemade fishing boat was 21 feet long and used a Russian car engine from the 1950s.