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derrick is live on thehe scene in tavernaero. a plane was trying to land at a nearby airport and didn't make it. the pilot may have been disorientete take a look at the plane as it stands tonight. it crashed into a front yard and hit a small s.u.v. i want to take you to some pictures from first responders. can you see the single engine plane completely demolished and told by neighbors it came down the street here at plantation and it skidded itsts way and landed in this front yard. it is increreble it did not hit anyone. that's because if weook at the map you can see how many homes arar in this area near the tavernaero airportrt where this plane was trying to get. as we come out here live neighbors tell us that the pilot was abab to get out with the help of other neighbors as well as first responders and said to be okay. he said he thought this was the runway.
quite a scare for neighbors. ththpilot expected to be okay. the investigation now ongoing. we'll sese it back to you guys. >> thank goodness no one was hurt. thank you. new at 11:00 a break in a case of a violent robbery. a man attacking a teen saling his gold chin now under arrest. police say this guy has done this before. the victim is talking to the one and only local 10 news reporter andrew perez live from miami. >> reporter: this is not the only victim saking out. many other people are happy to hear of an arrest. police say this guy was caught on camera. arrested again and again. >> reporter: he is seen staking out the busins and when he thinks it is clear he makes his move demanding money from the clerk, making threats ordering her to the ground making t threats in spanish. >> the clerk telling us she was trembling the whole time. the crook leaving this valero
>> i could have ended up shot or injured. >> this 13-yearld falling to the same exact crook according to police. >> he came, took my chain and threatened me with gun and telling me to take off the bracelet. don't have enough time. >> the man following the student with a camera and friends at the charter school in miami and lunges a the teen and yanks his gold chain and even that's not enough. the guy wants the bracelet, too. he takes o and you can't run forever. police say the have arrested this man and connected to the robberies and ny others across the miami. >> he should learn what he did. it wasn't right. >> those relieved to hear of an arrest. the gas station and subway were hit and alfredo garcia was caught thanks to many, many tips from viewers and gold old passioned police work. >> so far five crimes in thier police are connecting him to.
could be connected to more robberies in the areaonight and remains in jail. >> reporter: live in miami drew perez local 10 news. >> thank you. reaction pouring in after president obama announces he will be making an historic visit to cuba. >> some critics asking the president to call it off. victor oquendo live in little havana neighborhood with the latest.>> reporter: the white house says the trip is all abouthelping the cuban people. people have their doubts about that and others say it is a important step in the new era of relations between the unid states and cuba and they have already met three times, never in havana. thursday president obama announced his trick to cuba in a series of tweets. 14 month into the new historic relationship there's progress on trade and travel. cuba opened up internet access and t same can't be said for human rights. >> there is no justification for
to cuba before any real and substantive democratic reforms are made by the castro regime. >> reporter: dissidents continue to take beatings according to the cuban commission on human rights there were more than 1400 arbitrary detentions in january of this year alone. last year more than 8600.& >> they like it unless they have absolute power and pressured and international consensus. they will hold on as long as they can. >> reporter: president obama plans to meet with dissidents, in his visit. >> he will b@ sending messages to the cuban government that it is time to think about how to pluralistic democratic society. >> reporter: reactions fromlocals differ of course depending on age and political beliefs. >> my problem is the castro regime controls it. >> it is in the past and new generation and new set of minds.
>> one person president obama will not meet with on his trip is fidel castro. >> reporter: in little havana victor oquendo,ocal 10 news. >> victor, thanks. >> local 10 news will have live coverage from the president's visit. look for calvin to lead our coverage in late march. and votes 2016 where religion is seeping i to politics after the pope says donald trump is not a christian. >> a trump, a frontrunner for south carolina's primary seems to differ putting it mildly. glenna milberg joins us from columbia, south carolina where another town hall was heldd tonight. glenna? >> reporter: during that, laurie, a little bit of back pedaling. donald trump tempered his comments during that town hall. it was televised tonight and donald trump today stole the spotlight again with two days left before the primary vote here. >> i don't questioneople's christianity. >> it was the headline of the
>> i have a lot of respect for the and he is a different kind of guy doing a very good job& with a lot of energy. i would say he was very much misinterpreted and i also think he was given false interpretation. >> reporter: donald trump's headline taking on pope francis who while traveling from mass at the u.s.-mexico border opined on the politics of the wall there and the candidate who proposed it. >> a person who thinks only about building walls wherever they may be located and not building bridges is not a christian. >> if and when the vatican is attacked by isis, which as everyone knows is isis' ultimate trophy, i can promise you that the pope will only have wished and prayed donald trump would have been president. >> t contention was fodder for ththlast opportunities g.o.p. candidates had to@talk to a television audience.
kasich struggling to keep the momentum of new hampshire second place finish. >> we need bridges if we are to fix the problems in washington because all they do have is problems solved. >> reporter: jeb bush, a practicing catholic and earlier florida's governor told us no poll numbers or missed course. >> the strategy and post endorsement strategy today. >> work hard endorsements matter. metimes they do and sometimes they don't. >> south carolina republicans vote in the primary saturday nevada democrats caulk in us there. hillary clinton and bernie sanders deadlocked there. >> people in nevada are working longer hours for new wages and income going to the top, 1%, i will focus on that. >> what we have to do now is get the comprehension reform with the path to citizenship.
in both states for all the candidates to get in front of voters in south carolina and we know the g.o.p. candidates tomorrow have a full plate of events crisscrossing all over this state trying to regain the narrative and focus back on the issues before they go to the polls on saturday. we will be here. i'm glenna milberg reporting in columbia, south carolina tonight local 10 news. >> aside from politics did you get some birthday cake tonight for yourself? >> reporter: as a matter of fact, i got one of those little birthday cake pop sticks, thank you bob palombo, photographer who bought me a cake on a stick i think you call them. i did. >> we spare no expense. >> that's right. >> glenna, happy birthday. we want to let everyone know you are staying there in south carolina birthday or no birthday for saturday's republican primary. she wouldn't have it any other way. she loves politics.
a thief caught on camera in west miami-dade, wells fargo near flagler street. you can see a suspect in a hoodie walk up and grab the woman's purse. she immediately runs to safety while the thief scoops up the person, runs away, if you know who the suspect is call police. a school fight at redland middle school sends a student to the hospital. the 8th grade victim was airlifted to the hospital with a head injury. another student slammed him to the ground. a friend of the victim spoke to terrell forney today. >> he started having a seizure and foaming and called ambulance and police to come to the school and get him. even a helicopter came. >> it was obvious this young man was hurt. >> yes. he was badly hurt. >> how scary. no details are released about the other boy involved and no arrests made yet. local 10 first told you about suspicious incidents at two local synagogues, unknown women asking strange questions
and she says she is terminally ill battling breast cancer. she says she and her mothehe synagogue about judaism and had praise for jewish people. >> loving and caring. they love me and want to include me in their life. i am a social person. i love people. i love being around people. >> sheays she doesn't follow the news and didn't understanan commotion. police interviewed the women and said they do not pose a threat. a terrifying scene near the pearl harbor memorial. a helicopter plunging into the water. an update on the people on board and hear from rescuers coming up. a south florida police force concert. coming up. northeast wind and temperature in the upper 60s. davis. what to expect for friday and
the other side of the break.. no qstion south florida is an international destination for trelers, but investigators say it is also home to one of the largest human trafficking epidemics in the country. a local 10 investigator amy went with investigators working to crackdown on the problem. >> she spoke exclusively with women who say they were lured into being commercially exploited for sex. >> you kw, i met this man, blah, blah, blah, told me about how nice life could be. >> reporter: unfortunately, miami has all the ingredients for a disasterous recipe for human trafficking. >> don't believe everything they
anybody could sell you a dream. >> reporter: women tell me they were lured to miami only to find themselves commercially exploited for sex. the booming tourism and sex entertainment industries in florida call investigators a perfect human storm for sex trafficking. >> a lot of lies. >> sasha harris says that's how she got here. others were too afraid to show their face. >> i was supposed to come to try to make my life better. >> reporter: hours before sunrise we rode along with miami police commander. >> how many girls got in? just one? >> one. just one. >> reporter: down the block from popular downtown night clubs we saw women selling sex on north miami avenue on north 11th. if you look closely there's a fine line between prostitution and sex trafficking. >> the vast majority deny, deny, deny they are commercrclly sexually exploited by anyone. >> reporter: we watched as young
police followed andventually stopped the car on biscayne boulevard. >> relax. we are here to help you. >> at first t t girls say the man was showing them around and the girl says she shows condoms in h purse and said the man picked her up for sex. the girls agreed to talk to us about the fear and manipulation. >> my life is shipped away. he shipped my family away and i have nowhere to go. >> how did you get invold with him and meet him? the internet. >> the girls said they met a manyon line to convince her to come to miami. >> did he beat you? what does something like that mean. >> yeah. >> how did he beat you? >> his fists. >> she managed to get away a week earlier and says she is alone and at one point she is afraid to be killed. do you wavt us to go back at
exploiting you, we will. >> she was too scared. they have to prove force, fraud or coercion unless we are talking about kids. >> i read at least one report where you responded to an incident where the victim was a minor. >> yeah. quite frequently we get those. >> in january, 2015 alphonso working with the miami-dade state attorney general's office human trafficicng task force helped arrest this man. santana prostituted a 15ier old girl in the cutler bay area king a thousand dollars a day and police say these are snapshots of a bigger problem, hard to see. >> sometimes girls are scared, you know. that's good. >> reporter: local 10 news. >> according to the state attorney's music trafficking ta force in miami-dade county they closed 268 human involving mimors.
cases involving underage victims. new infnrmation on the shocking video of a health crash near pearl harbor in hawaii today. five were on board leaving a 16-year-old boy in critical condition. the navy says the helicopter belongs to a company that conducts tours in the area. the chopper's engine was making an odd noise as it hit the water. two adults are in stable condition along with the teenager. officials say several people nearby dove into the water to help pull the passengers to safety. >> somebody said there's still somebody in the aircraft and i pulled through from the pilot's side in the back seat and up on the shore and one was at the side. there was a lot of help. >> the n.t.s.b. is expected to send an investigator to the s se tomorrow. dramatic video. >> dramatic out in the seas migrating sharks we are talking
this year r ey are farther south talking thousands ocean predators. details coming u u first a look at what's coming up after the news on jimmy kimmel live. look what we have to mak you proud. >> if you have to rank your friends who would be number one and who would be number 3. you like number 2 i presumem >> i like eva longoa. >> eva is number one. >> g#od evening south florida constance jones with your construction alert traveling o 80 near 7th avenue dolphin expressway eastbound you will not be in luck take tamiami e east and you can get on the dolphin expressway.
a call tonight to boycott beyonce coming from the miami fraternal order of police. beyonce has a concert scheduled in april.the miami fop decided to stay away from the concert because of hesuperbowl halftime show. the performance featured references to black live matters movement. malcolm x and black panthers. miami fop says it was anti-police. ortiz writing beyonce used the superbowl to divide americans by promoting black panthers and enforcement. the miami miss chief, though, says beyonce's concert will be secure. several large sharks spotted close to shore in dania beach. take a look at fascinating video from sky 10 line of sharks swimming and people at the beach said they have to get the heck
swim. it is believed these starks w we spotted in palm beach county migrating southward for mating even sharks need love, too. >> yeah. they like the warm waters having some fun. >> let's stay out of the water and hope the sand is okay. betty, what do y see for us. >> the rip current risk is high. if the shark currents don't keep you out of the water, perhapsthat will. rip currents are not anything to play with. miami making it up to 79 this afternoon, 1-degree away from norm. normal high being 78 and hialeah you managed to touch 80 degrees. 70 hialeah, miami 69 degrees and forecast models indicatinin later tonight we will start the day in the mid to low 6 6. how about that northeast breeze. those windsdsave not died down tonight. they relaxed a little and the brbrze is noticeable. winds from the northeast 10 to
will stay with us as we are headed into the weekend especially for the start of our weekend. we are getting the northeast wind around an area of high pressure. it is in control of the eastern portion of the u.s., and the weather so quiet and nice. w york city, washington, d.c raleigh, clockwise flow around the high and that is how we are getting our breeze. southerly winds on the back side of the high feeding into the south central u.s. helping to weekekd. our numbers for the most part stay seasosoble expecting sun a brisk breeze so windy conditions and then on saturday we still will be on the breezy side with seasonable temperatures and warm weaeaer by the way for the south if you are traveling, say atlanta, memphis, dallas, houston, warm weather finally appearing for the south and even warmer temperatures, too, for parts of the midwest and northeast and all the places
numbers are making a comeback. remember the rip current risk is high tomorrow. a small craft advisory and east sustained winds 20 miles an hour off miami-dade and broward and seas 5 to 7 feet and choppy on the bays. >> 60s is where we start tomorrow morning and cool in the morning and mild afternoon and high in miami around5 degrees. saturday more of the same on the way. saturday upper 70s and next best shot at rain and storms it appears comes next tuesday and wednesday with another cold front approaches. >> we want to remind you your weather authority is tracking and watching andulie duddera gets started at 4:30. the heat with a air of minor moves at the trade deadline and players ready to file a return to action and wade slowed down a bit at practice today. i will explain what's going on and an update on crush bosh. here is a look at your
a doctor and the blood clot keeping him out of theall game and heat are sayayg bosh did not travel with the team to atlanta and will not play in tomorrow night's game. and wade should play even though limited at practice today resting up after all-star weekend and wade will travel in atlanta with the team expecting to be in the game. so many question marks and everyone on the heat is ready to make a contribution. >> whenever someone goes down, it is next man up and a don't know the status of what chris is going thrgh or how long he will be out it is next man up. everyone is you know, pretty happy and excited about the second half of the season. you know there's no excuses. every team has injuries and you have to find a way to keep battling and finally win. >> panthers trying to win against the sharks. jaromir jagr, unbelievable 44-years-old and 740th career goal.