Miami Springs August 2018 Crime Statistics

Overall Criminal Incidents There were 50 reported incidents during the month of August in Miami Springs compared to 44 reported incidents during the month of July, or up 14% month over month. Assault Incidents There were 5 reported incidents of Assault during the month of August including one reported Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon […]

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Miami Springs Crime Stat Analysis: July 2018

There were 44 reported criminal incidents during the month of July in Miami Springs.  Here’s a breakdown of what happened in July: Residential Breaking and Entering: Only 1 incident occurred on July 11th around 5pm in the 1st block of Carlisle Drive. Non-Residential Breaking and Entering: 3 incidents occurred on Mokena Drive, Curtiss Parkway, and […]

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Miami Springs Sex Offenders Update

It’s been a while since we’ve updated the list of sex offenders registered with the FDLE (Florida Department of Law Enforcement) as a sexual offender.  The good news is that we don’t have many sex offenders in Miami Springs. In fact, we have just four sex offenders registered with the FDLE that have a Miami […]

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MSPD Apprehends 4 Subjects After LPR Hit

Miami Springs Police apprehended 4 subjects after the automated license plate reader or LPR on Canal Street got a hit on a stolen car. According to the Miami Springs Police Department, the LPR got a hit early afternoon on Thursday, June 21st.  Miami Springs Police immediately dispatched and located the vehicle.  The vehicle fled at […]

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Fatal Shooting at IHOP – 36 Street and South Drive

UPDATE 8:50 AM 06/18/18:  Miami Springs Police confirm the shooting is now classified as fatal after the shooting victim passed away from the injuries.  Miami-Dade Police is now taking over the investigation.  What Happened:  According to Miami Springs Police, a shooting occurred outside the Miami Springs IHOP located at South Drive and 36 Street at 3:51 AM […]

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Police Chief Reports: Speeding in Springs

In a recent City of Miami Springs City Council Meeting, the Miami Springs Chief of Police, Armando Guzman, reported on speeding within the city.  The Miami Springs Police Department deployed pole mounted radar devices throughout the community to gauge the amount of traffic and speeding at different areas of the community.  Below you’ll find the […]

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