Videos pornográficos condujeron a la policía hacia una niña desaparecida

Videos pornográficos condujeron a la policía hacia una niña desaparecida

Una serie de videos pornográficos en línea condujeron a la policía a una niña desaparecida de 15 años, y al arresto de un hombre involucrado en el hecho.

Redacción MiamiDiario

La persona que encontró los videos de la niña fue su madre. Ella no se resignaba a la desaparición de su hija y la buscaba a través de las redes sociales, finalmente -meses después- consiguió las grabaciones publicadas en Periscope, Pornhub, Modelhub, Snapchat y otros portales digitales, detalló cbslocal.com.

En los videos se observaba a la menor de edad con un hombre calvo, la policía al realizar las pesquisas confirmó que ese individuo estaba con ella desde el mes de febrero.

Ese hallazgo lo lograron cuando un empleado de una tienda de conveniencia la reconoció y llamó a las autoridades.

Los agentes policiales empezaron a revisar los videos de vigilancia de la tienda y encontraron uno donde la niña estaba tratando de ocultar su cara para que el empleado no pudiera verla.

La adolescente y el hombre salieron del lugar y entraron en un vehículo Dodge Challenger negro, donde estaba otro hombre y se fueron.

Los investigadores policiales después de realizar una serie de indagaciones vincularon el carro con Christopher Johnson, (30 años), empezaron a vigilar su apartamento ubicado en la localidad de Davie.

Finalmente lo arrestaron después de que él y la niña se metieran en un Dodge Challenger negro.

Luego de tomarle declaraciones a la menor de edad, ella atestiguó que muchos de los videos pornográficos que había realizado fueron grabados en el departamento de Johnson.

Al ser interrogado sobre el caso, Johnson negó haber tenido relaciones sexuales con la niña.

Mas, el detective Adam Granit asevero en su informe que «la víctima declaró que quedó embarazada del acusado y él la llevó a la clínica para abortar«.

La policía no ofreció pormenores de la adolescente.

Mientras Christopher Johnson fue acusado de los cargos: agresión lasciva y lasciva contra un niño. Está detenido y su fianza se fijó en  $ 75.000.

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Bridge Investment picks up downtown Miami’s Museum Tower for $65M, giant wheel coming to Miami’s Bayside Marketplace: Daily digest

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150 West Flagler Street, Robert Morse, executive chairman of Bridge Investment (Credit: Google Maps and Getty Images)

150 West Flagler Street, Robert Morse, executive chairman of Bridge Investment (Credit: Google Maps and Getty Images)

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Wynwood business owners are seeking to get a Tri-Rail station in the neighborhood. A new set of drawings commissioned by property owner Bill Rammos would have a station between Northwest 25th and 27th streets, according to the Miami Herald. [Miami Herald]

 

New Aquarius Corp. sold a 200-unit mobile home park in Homestead for $22 million. A company tied to Bradley Dressler of Stuart, Florida bought the mobile home community at 451 Southeast 8th Street for $110,000 per home site. New Aquaris Corp., led by Margitta Di Gennaro of Key Colony Beach, Florida, sold the property. [TRD]

 

Compiled by Keith Larsen

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150 West Flagler Street, Robert Morse, executive chairman of Bridge Investment (Credit: Google Maps and Getty Images)

150 West Flagler Street, Robert Morse, executive chairman of Bridge Investment (Credit: Google Maps and Getty Images)

Bridge Investment picks up downtown Miami’s Museum Tower for $65M. Bridge Investment Group paid $64.6 million for downtown Miami’s Museum Tower, marking the company’s fourth office acquisition in South Florida this year. [TRD]

Giant wheel coming to Miami’s Bayside Marketplace. Coming soon to Bayside Marketplace: a giant observation wheel. Miami commissioners on Thursday endorsed a revenue-sharing deal and height variance that will enable Sky Views of America to build a 190-foot-tall wheel on city-owned land that’s now controlled by Ashkenazy Acquisitions and General Growth Properties, the owners of Bayside Marketplace. [TRD]

The Conrad Brickell is planning a $10 million renovation. For the project, Mast Capital tapped NYC-based design firm Champalimaud to improve public spaces and amenities, meeting spaces, corridors and guestrooms. The hotel is also getting a new restaurant brought by Chef Pablo Lamon, called Nativo Kitchen + Bar (NKB), according to a release.

Rendering of Urbin Coconut Grove and Rishi Kapoor

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Co-living venture Urbin expanding to Miami Beach. Developer Rishi Kapoor is betting on co-living, starting with three projects in Miami-Dade. Kapoor, CEO of Location Ventures, is moving forward with a $50 million co-living project at 1234 to 1260 Washington Avenue, now that the Miami Beach City Commission passed co-living legislation for a portion of Washington Avenue from Sixth to 16th streets. [TRD]

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Wynwood business owners are seeking to get a Tri-Rail station in the neighborhood. A new set of drawings commissioned by property owner Bill Rammos would have a station between Northwest 25th and 27th streets, according to the Miami Herald. [Miami Herald]

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Compiled by Keith Larsen

Giant wheel coming to Miami’s Bayside Marketplace

A Sky Views of America observation wheel (Credit: iStock)

A Sky Views of America observation wheel (Credit: iStock)

Coming soon to Bayside Marketplace: a giant observation wheel.

Miami commissioners on Thursday endorsed a revenue-sharing deal and height variance that will enable Sky Views of America to build a 190-foot-tall wheel on city-owned land that’s now controlled by Ashkenazy Acquisitions and General Growth Properties, the owners of Bayside Marketplace.

Resembling a Ferris wheel, the Sky Views of America Wheel will have 42 glass-enclosed capsules that each have room for eight passengers to sit in while it slowly rotates, offering views of Biscayne Bay and skylines of Miami and Miami Beach. It will be located just south of Bayside’s Hard Rock Café and several hundred feet away from the future site of SkyRise Miami, a 1000-foot tall observation tower that developer Jeff Berkowitz aims to build beside the Miamarina by 2023.

Under the terms of the lease agreement, Sky Views will pay the city of Miami 10 percent of the gross ticket sales.

The lone dissenting vote was from commissioner Joe Carollo, who felt that the city should get as much as 50 percent of the air-rights and profits. Carollo also questioned why Ashkenazy and GGP should be getting any of the revenue at all, since it is city land.

“I want to make clear I am in favor, 100 percent, of the wheel concept. What I’m not in favor of is Bayside profiting. They haven’t put a penny in there,” Carollo said.

Sky Views of America is aiming to build the observation wheel in time for Super Bowl in February. Described as a temporary installation, the agreement does not offer a timeframe for how long the wheel will be up.

Carollo suggested the wheel stay up for a year, allowing the city the true revenue flow and perhaps conduct a proper market study. “We can revisit the financial arrangements afterward,” he said.

But the majority of the commission just wanted to see the wheel built. “The investment is going to be quite a few million dollars,” said Commissioner Willy Gort. “I hope they sell $50 million in tickets. It will benefit the city, also.”

David Sacks, an attorney representing Bayside and Sky Views, said his clients are eager to build the wheel. “After two years of getting this done at great cost I think we are ecstatic that we can bring something to Miami that is iconic and much needed and improve the quality of life for all of Miami,” he said.

Built in 1987, Bayside Marketplace was built on 16 acres of land that once made up part of Bayfront Park. Its developer, Rouse Company, was granted a 45-year lease. In 2004, Rouse was acquired by GGP, and in 2014, New York-based Ashkenazy purchased a 49 percent stake in Bayside from GGP. That same year, the Bayside lease was extended to November 2060 with options to renew until November 2113. Under that amended lease, Bayside’s operators pay a minimum base rent of $1.5 million a year plus 6 percent of the gross revenue the venue collects from tenants. The fifth amended lease, which was approved Thursday, factors in revenue collected from Sky View as well.

Commissioner Manolo Reyes did not vote on the deal. During the discussion, Reyes got up to briefly leave the dais, tripped, and fell hard, leaving him bleeding near his left eye. In an abundance of caution, Reyes was taken to the hospital by Miami Fire Rescue, but not before urging a delay for another item on the agenda, the pending soccer stadium deal at Melreese golf course, until Nov. 12. The request was granted, and Reyes was treated for a mild concussion.

Trump Organization might sell its controversial Washington D.C. hotel

Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C. and President Donald Trump (Credit: Getty Images, iStock)

Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C. and President Donald Trump (Credit: Getty Images, iStock)

The Trump Organization may sell its Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C., following years of criticism that the family is disregarding ethics laws by continuing to profit from it during Donald Trump’s presidency.

The company has hired JLL to market the hotel and is party looking to sell it because of the ethics criticism the family has faced, Eric Trump told the Wall Street Journal. Several groups have said they are interested in buying it, he told the publication. They hope to sell it for more than $500 million, which would make it one of the priciest hotel deals ever.

The building is 121 years old and located in the former Old Post Office near the National Mall. The federal government owns the building but leases it to the Trump Organization through the General Services Administration. The agreement with the GSA allows Trump to sell his interest in the Old Post Office lease as early as October 26, 2019, said attorney Susan Simpson.

Donald Trump famously did not sell his businesses after winning the presidency and has frequently visited and talked up the hotel since his election. Revenue increased by roughly $400,000 to hit $40.8 million last year, while revenue at several of his other properties dropped.

“Since we opened our doors, we have received tremendous interest in this hotel, and as real-estate developers, we are always willing to explore our options,” Eric Trump said in a statement. “People are objecting to us making so much money on the hotel, and therefore we may be willing to sell.” [WSJ] – Eddie Small

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Sin embargo, Díaz de la Portilla afirma que lo calumnian porque va de primero en las encuestas. Por ello, culpa a su rival Eleazar Meléndez, quien recibe financiación del comisionado Ken Russell.

El político insiste en asegurar que no ingresó armado a los edificios a hacer campaña.

Alex Díaz de la Portilla nació el 25 de agosto de 1964. Es un político cubanoamericano de Florida. Fue miembro del Senado de Florida de 2000 a 2010 y representó al condado de Miami-Dade. Anteriormente, sirvió en la Cámara de Representantes de Florida desde 1994 hasta su elección al Senado.

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Scaramucci slashes his sights on his Opportunity Zone fund, Florida’s first LGBTQ+ senior housing development breaks ground: Daily digest

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Equity Group president Sam Zell (Credit: Getty Images, iStock, Equity Apartments)

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Blackstone Chief Financial Officer Michael Chae (Credit: iStock; Blackstone)

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Rendering of Aviara East Pompano and Maher Hanna (Credit: LinkedIn)

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Scaramucci slashes his sights on his Opportunity Zone fund. Anthony Scaramucci’s SkyBridge Capital initially sought to raise $3 billion in Opportunity Zone funds to invest nationwide through a REIT, but so far said he has only raised about $30 million. And he has reduced his target to $300 million. [TRD]

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Gimme squatter: When iBuying homes draw unwanted attention. A prospective buyer who toured an Opendoor house in Arizona last month was surprised to find a couple with two children inside, apparently living there. [TRD]

South Florida home sales jump in September. September was a strong month for residential sales in South Florida, with one exception: condo sales in Palm Beach County, according to the Miami Association of Realtors. [TRD]

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Rendering of Aviara East Pompano and Maher Hanna (Credit: LinkedIn)

Rendering of Aviara East Pompano and Maher Hanna (Credit: LinkedIn)

Multifamily project on Pompano Beach scrapyard site moves forward. Pompano Beach commissioners on Tuesday night rezoned from “heavy business” (B-4) to “general business” (B-3) most of the multi-parcel site for Aviara East Pompano on the southwest corner of South Dixie Highway and McNab Road. [TRD]

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