Man wearing helmet enters Brickell Key condo, shoots resident, police say
BRICKELL KEY, Fla. – Miami police are looking for a man in a helmet who made his way onto the semi-private island of Brickell Key, entered a condominium and then shot a man multiple times. Police said that the shooter fired at the man as the resident stood in his own doorway inside the Isola Condominium at 770 Claughton Island Dr. The suspect, armed with a handgun, took the elevator and went to an apartment on the 15th floor. The man left, went down the elevator, and took off,” Kenia Fallat, city of Miami Police, said. The one distinctive feature was that the man was wearing a white motorcycle helmet with “some stripes on it.”Police said that the suspect fled in a newer model blue SUV.
Residents say chemical spray is making them sick; state and Miami-Dade County investigate
MIAMI – Last week, Local 10 News reported on Brickell Key residents who say the chemicals a community association is using as part of their COVID-19 sanitation response is making them sick. In a statement, the Brickell Key Master Association tells Local 10: “BKMA is committed to the well-being and safety of residents and guests. "I believe Brickell Key has really crossed their boundaries,” Munix said. "The spraying was done by the management company, but the management company answers to the condo owners in the end. “The condo owners need to review their corporate procedures and lines of communication to ensure that things like this don’t happen.”
Residents complaining about actions taken by homeowners association to prevent coronavirus transmission
Brickell Key resident Priscilla Colon often takes waterfront walks, but recently she began to notice migraine headaches occurring; and then her dog, Astro, got sick. In a statement to Local 10, Diversey said that Virex Plus is a disinfectant designed for cleaning hard surfaces. "Diversey does not recommend Virex Plus to be used on porous concrete or grass." In a statement sent to Local 10 News, the Brickell Key Master Association said, in part, “BKMA has not used Virex Plus since April 10. Diversey does not recommend Virex Plus to be used on porous concrete or grass as those are not hard surfaces.