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Crime In photos: Robbery, hostage-taking, and UPS van chase end in police shooting in Florida

07:50  06 december  2019
07:50  06 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

Robbery suspects, hostage and bystander killed after hijacking, dramatic police chase

  Robbery suspects, hostage and bystander killed after hijacking, dramatic police chase Armed robbers hijacked a UPS truck after a robbery in Coral Gables, leading police cars on a harrowing chase up Interstate 75 that ended Thursday night in a dramatic shootout on a busy street in Miramar. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Law-enforcement sources told the Miami Herald that four people were killed: the two robbers, a UPS driver who was taken hostage and a bystander who was inside an idle car at the scene.

Law enforcement chased a hijacked UPS truck through South Florida after an armed robbery , eventually The people inside the UPS truck were shooting at police , according to authorities. Police provide update after pursuit of stolen UPS truck ended in a shootout in South Florida

A robbery of a jewelry store in South Florida sparked a hot pursuit after the thieves hijacked a UPS delivery truck with a driver inside. Police in Miramar, Florida opened fire while pursuing armed robbers who stole a UPS truck & were holding the driver hostage .

The Cowboys' defense went ice cold in Thursday night's shocking, 31-24 loss to the Bears in Week 14 of the 2019 NFL season. With Dallas suffering a third consecutive loss in the chill of Chicago, nobody's seat is hotter than that of Jason Garrett.

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With the Cowboys coach under pressure from owner/general manager Jerry Jones to deliver at least another division title, Dallas (6-7) remains in first place in the NFC East going into Week 15, up a head-to-head tiebreaker on the Eagles (5-7), who host the last game of Week 14 on Monday night against the Giants.

But the lifeless, listless performance Thursday after a successful, long opening touchdown drive doesn't inspire much confidence that the Cowboys will extend their season deep into the playoffs despite their fortunate division situation.

Chase and shootout involving hijacked UPS truck in Florida lead to four deaths

  Chase and shootout involving hijacked UPS truck in Florida lead to four deaths "This is what dangerous people do to get away, and this is what people will do to avoid capture," the police chief says.Two people suspected to have been the robbers, the UPS driver and an uninvolved nearby motorist were killed 20 miles away after the nationally televised freeway pursuit, said George Piro, special agent in charge of the FBI's Miami field office.

The chase wound through Dade and Broward Counties, ending in Miramar. A woman wrote on Social media outrage was swift, criticizing the police for shooting at the UPS truck with a hostage inside of it. “F*ck all the senseless officers involved in the shooting in Miramar/Coral Gables.

An armed robbery at a jewelry store in Florida ended in a fatal shootout on Thursday after the thieves hijacked a UPS truck and led police in a chase up a highway. Multiple people were killed in the shooting , according to police in Miramar, about 20 miles north of Miami. No police officers were

Here are three takeaways from Dallas' latest dysfunctional development.

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Jason Garrett is close to the point of no return.

Jones has been a blend of rational and cryptic emotional regarding to the job security of Garrett deep into the coach's 10th season. He seemed ready to fire Garrett soon after the loss to the Patriots in Week 12. Then he fought off tears while defending Garrett after the home loss to the Bills on Thanksgiving in Week 13. Before the Bears game, he declared Garrett would be coaching in the NFL in 2020 without saying that team would be the Cowboys.

Man who was taken hostage, killed was on this first day on the job as a UPS driver

  Man who was taken hostage, killed was on this first day on the job as a UPS driver Frank Ordonez, a father of two young girls, was the UPS driver who was taken hostage by two armed robbers and later killed during a shootout with police in Miramar, friends and family members have confirmed. Ordonez had worked with UPS for five years, his brother told Miami Herald news partner CBS4.

Nearly an hour-long police chase ensued in Coral Gables, Florida , on Thursday, ending in gunfire and Coral Gables police said they were investigating a robbery at Regent Jewelers at 386 Mile. Shots were fired and the two alleged robbers jumped into a UPS truck and fled the scene, taking the

Four people were killed after robbery suspects in a hijacked UPS truck led police on a dramatic chase captured on live video that ended with a shootout in Miramar, Florida . The robbers hijacked a UPS truck and took 1 person hostage . Police say 4 people died in the shootout including that UPS driver

There's no telling what Jones will do now. The Cowboys still will be in the playoffs at 9-7 should they win their final three games, including at the Eagles for a season sweep in Week 16. They have a tough spot at home against the Rams next week with a much favorable one against the Redskins in Week 17.

Would making the move on Garrett now create a spark for the players in a interim situation? Or would removing Garrett create more chaos for a team seeing plenty of frustration on the sidelines and in the locker room? The bottom line is Garrett might need to do more than get his team to limp into the playoffs to survive. There's still pressure for the Cowboys to make a run in the NFC, given the high expectations before the season.

The systems are failing, the play-calling is out of whack, and the players aren't responding with sound, disciplined and smart efforts with so much on the line. Jones might need to sink or swim with Garrett, as the team owner has no good short-term alternative.

UPS employee who died after his truck was hijacked was covering the route for another driver, brother says

  UPS employee who died after his truck was hijacked was covering the route for another driver, brother says UPS employee Frank Ordonez was killed Thursday after armed robbery suspects hijacked the UPS truck he was driving and led police on a chase that ended in a fatal shootout in Broward County, Florida, his brother said. Ordonez, a 27-year-old father of two young girls, was "outgoing and happy," his brother, Roy Ordonez, told CNN. "You never knew when he was sad." Sign up for our Newsletters Frank Ordonez liked to fish and to play basketball and video games, his brother said. But "most of all," he said, "what Frank really liked to do is spend time with his daughters," ages 3 and 6 years old.

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An armed robbery of a Miracle Mile jewelry store in Coral Gables, FL turned into a hostage situation after suspects carjacked a UPS truck and led police on a chase that ended in a shootout that left four The dramatic hostage - taking , chase and shooting was broadcast live by TV news helicopters.

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The Cowboys' defense is a disappointing mess.

Dallas played without three solid starters in tackle Antwaun Woods, outside linebacker Leighton Vander Each and safety Jeff Heath against Chicago. Despite having ends such as Demarcus Lawrence and Michael Bennett, a young playmaking linebacker in Jaylon smith and a top defensive back in Byron Jones, the Cowboys had breakdowns everywhere, mostly by the other players.

It was a game full bad of tackling, blown assignments, mismatches and missed coverages. Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky (22-of-31 passing, 244 yards, 3 TDs, INT, 115.5 rating, 64 yards rushing TD) and rookie running back David Montgomery (20 carries, 85 yards) both had big games, staying hot from their Thanksgiving win against a Lions defense that's much worse than the Cowboys.

Among the culprits Thursday for the Cowboys were aging linebacker Sean Lee, safety Xavier Woods and lost cornerback Jourdan Lewis, but it seemed like no one was immune to the mental and physical lapses.

Robbers killed in Florida UPS truck hijacking, shootout with police are identified

  Robbers killed in Florida UPS truck hijacking, shootout with police are identified One of the two robbers killed in Thursday's televised shootout with police in South Florida served time in prison for armed robbery, according to reports.A UPS driver and an innocent bystander were also fatally shot during the gun battle in Miramar, which was seen on local TV.

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An armed robbery at a Florida jewelry store escalated into an intense rush-hour car chase involving a hijacked UPS truck, with its driver taken hostage . Both suspects, the UPS hostage and a bystander who was sitting in a nearby idle car were killed in the crossfire.

Should the Cowboys fail to make the playoffs, it will be because their defense put their offense in impossible situations down the stretch in December.

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The Bears are alive and well in the NFC playoff race.

Let's not make this all about the Cowboys' failure. The Bears (7-6) moved within a game and a half of the Vikings (8-4), whom they beat earlier this season, for the No. 6 seed and the NFC's final wild card. After Trubisky and coach Matt Nagy were feeling the heat, they've responded in producing four wins in five games.

Now the Bears will root for the Seahawks, Cowboys or 49ers to beat the the 7-5 Rams, to whom they lost earlier this season. The Bears play the Vikings in Minnesota in Week 17, but before that, they have two big challenges at the Packers and vs. the Chiefs.

But Chicago is playing well right now, much like its NFC North-winning form of 2018. It would be a big mistake to rule them out.

Funeral Service Tuesday For UPS Driver Frank Ordonez Killed In Miramar Police Shootout .
The UPS driver killed during a police shootout in Miramar will be laid to rest on Tuesday. © Provided by CBS MiamiFamily members, friends, and fellow UPS workers gathered at the Vior Funeral Home in Miami on Monday to pay their respects to Frank Ordonez. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); UPS workers around the country also pulled over at 5 p.m. and turned on their four-way flasher lights for a moment of silence to honor the 27-year-old father of two.

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