Early in the morning of August 22, 2010, Lindsay Armada was headed home from a night of partying with friend at Downtown Miami's late-night hotspots, Nocturnal and Space. Armada was driving on the Palmetto Expressway when she tried to pass a car, but instead struck a curb and lost control of her car. State troopers reported that Armada then crashed into a tree on the side of the highway. The crash killed two of her passengers, Nicolas Garzon and Luis Suarez, and left the third passenger, Ashley Tellez, in a body cast for six months. A witness estimated that Armada was traveling at a speed of about 90 miles per hour.
Recently, Miami-Dade prosecutors charged Raymundo Rodriguez Fernandez in the March 2014 death of Cheri Rollins. Rollins was a well-respected advocate for gay and lesbian rights and a vocal proponent against school privatization in Philadelphia, where she lived.
Tragedy struck early on the morning Wednesday, January 21, when a driver struck two bicyclists who were traveling along the eastbound lanes of Crandon Boulevard near Crandon Park Marina. One of the bicyclists, Walter Reyes, died on the scene. The second bicyclist, Henry Hernandez, remains hospitalized in serious, but stable condition.
A few weeks back we wrote about the pending performance-enhancing drug use by Alex Rodriguez. The investigation cited eight defendants including Carlos Acevedo who partnered with Anthony Bosch. Acevedo and Bosch shut down their anti-aging clinic called Biogenesis of America in 2013 just before the investigation began. We know now that the clinic was in part used to sell to performance-enhancing drugs to Major League Baseball (MLB) players.
Many people have heard of racketeering, embezzlement, and financial fraud and are likely aware that these terms refer to serious criminal charges pertaining to the illegal handling of money. This is generally where common knowledge ends, however. For those interested in learning further details about these crimes, here is a clear, concise explanation: