CGPD Arrests Attorney Suspected In Conjunction With String Of Bank Robberies, Including 4 In Coral Gables

On Tuesday, Oct. 20th, the City of Coral Gables Police arrested Aaron P. Honaker, a Coral Gables attorney, and he now faces federal charges for at least five bank robberies. He was turned over to the FBI, as bank robberies…

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Suspect Arrested In Sunday Morning’s Miracle Mile Shooting Incident

As reported by NBC 6, Coral Gables Police Department has arrested a suspect in the shooting incident on Miracle Mile early Sunday morning. According to the arrest report, Jostin Esnayre Gonzalez, 27, was arrested and charged with possession of a…

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CGPD Arrests Attempted Murder And Burglary Suspect

On Tuesday, September 15th, the Coral Gables Police Department announced the arrest of, Richard Anthony Jones, a felony attempted murder and burglary suspect. CGPD released the following details: On today’s date, at 12:15 p.m., officers were dispatched to the area…

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Tips Lead To Detention Of Two Female Subjects From Weekend Graffiti Spree

On August 23, 2020, at 12:56 a.m., three male subjects were captured on video defacing several locations throughout the city and at the Coral Gables Youth Center, 405 University Dr. As shown in the video footage, there was also two…

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Graffiti Suspects Caught On Camera

As reported earlier, the City of Coral Gables was targeted by vandals on August 23rd, who defaced Miracle Mile and the War Memorial Youth Center with graffiti. Coral Gables Police Department has now released these images of the five reported…

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Graffiti On The Mile: Coral Gables Vandalized This Weekend

Images circulated on Nextdoor, Facebook and Instagram Sunday morning, showed a large amount of graffiti from Miracle Mile to the Coral Gables War Memorial Youth Center. The graffiti included homophobic terms, anti-police phrases, “covid is fake” and possible tags by…

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Coral Gables Targeted In BLM Vandalism

The City of Coral Gables has now been targeted twice by vandalism in relations to the Black Lives Matter Movement. Last night, the historic Coral Gables Alhambra Water Tower was spray painted with messages of “Coral Gables Is Complicit” and…

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Coral Gables Police Wants Your Input On Their Services

Coral Gables Police Department is taking a survey of Coral Gables residents on the department’s services. The short 12-question survey allows residents and visitors to share about their past experiences with members of the department. “In our efforts to provide…

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Two-Year Investigation On Anonymous Letters Sends Waves Through City Hall

The City of Coral Gables’ independent investigator, former United States attorney for the Southern District of Florida, Roberto Martinez, concluded a two-year investigation to determine, if possible, who authored or sent the city a two-page anonymous letter along with a…

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Coral Gables Lifts Curfew, County Curfew Changed

Following violence in downtown Miami on Saturday night, Mayor Raul Valdes-Fauli placed Coral Gables under curfew on Sunday evening. That curfew has now been lifted. Protests have continued throughout the country in response to the brutal death of George Floyd…

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