Detectives search for white Dodge Ram pickup truck after shooting left man wounded on I-95
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Detectives are searching for the driver of a white Dodge Ram pickup truck who was involved in a shooting that left a man wounded Sunday morning on Interstate 95, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Lt. Yanko Reyes, a spokesman for FHP, said a man who was driving a silver GMC Sierra pickup truck reported the shooter was in a white Dodge Ram pickup truck that was traveling northbound on I-95 in Hollywood. Detectives search for white Dodge Ram pickup truck with passenger-side damage after a Sunday morning shooting on I-95 in Broward. A Hollywood Police Department crime investigator takes pictures of a parked pick-up truck on Interstate 95 on Sunday. The shooting left the driver of the GMC wounded before he sideswiped the left side of the Honda Accord and crashed into a guardrail in the right shoulder, according to Reyes.
Mexican actor charged with manslaughter granted ‘roaming status’ in Miami-Dade County
MIAMI – Mexican actor Pablo Lyle, who is charged with manslaughter in connection with a road rage incident, appeared in court Wednesday and was granted roaming status in Miami-Dade County. Juan Ricardo Hernandez, 63, died days after he was punched by Mexican actor, Pablo Lyle, during a road rage dispute in Miami, authorities say. Video shows Pablo Lyle ran after man who had allegedly made threats and punched him in 2018 in Miami-Dade County. (Miami-Dade County)Del Fino gets out and the pair exchange words as the SUV rolls toward the intersection, the video shows. We were both yelling at each other," Del Fino said during a hearing last year.
Mexican actor Pablo Lyle returns to Miami-Dade court
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – Mexican actor Pablo Lyle appeared in Miami-Dade County court on Wednesday to ask the judge to modify his bond status as the manslaughter case against him continues. Juan Ricardo Hernandez, 63, died days after he was punched by Mexican actor, Pablo Lyle, during a road rage dispute in Miami, authorities say. Lucas Delfino testified Aug. 22 in the stand your ground hearing of his brother-in-law, Mexican actor Pablo Lyle. He was banging on the window very loudly.”The video shows DelFino and Lyle got out of their car. Full Screen 1 / 21 Mexican 'telenovela' star Pablo Lyle returns to Miami-Dade courtFernandez recently replaced Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Alan Fine in the case.