I have a short, but interesting, Cooler for you this morning.
A- Palm Beach Post: Life in South Florida.
An officer went to a home in the 1500 block of Henrietta Avenue to investigate a domestic disturbance. He encountered a woman standing on the corner, who said she and her boyfriend had gotten into an argument. She had told her boyfriend to buy some food for her, she said, and he returned with eggs and hot dogs. But he had not bought butter to cook the eggs. During the argument, her boyfriend placed her in a hold and she was unable to get out, she said. The officer spoke to the woman’s boyfriend, who said the woman was throwing his clothes around the room, then took a swing at him. She bit him and scratched him, he said. The officer observed a bite mark and several scratches on his arm. The woman was arrested and taken to the county jail.B- South Florida Business Journal: Lawyers behaving badly.
Boca Raton attorney Scott Saidel, who formerly represented the wife of Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein, pleaded guilty in Fort Lauderdale federal court Wednesday to conspiring with her and others to conceal assets purchased with dirty money from the Rothstein fraud.C- CBS4: Huh?
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami Police have fired officer Reyaldo Goyos, saying his actions were unjustified when he shot and killed a 28-year-old man two years ago.D- WSVN: Say it ain't so.
At the same time, the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office announced that it would not prosecute the seven-year veteran officer because it said the shooting was justified and said it could not prove that Goyos was not in fear for his life.
MIAMI (WSVN) -- The Miami Dolphins' quarterback legend has admitted to an extra-marital affair.
Dan Marino has also reportedly, fathered a child in the process of the extra-marital affair and he paid to keep it quiet.
New York Post writers broke the story and published it on their website overnight. They also included a photo of Marino's mistress and their daughter.
The former Miami Dolphin was allegedly involved with a woman named Donna Savattere. At the time, she was a co-worker at CBS Sports, where Marino works as an NFL analyst and she was a production assistant.