We have dabbled in a bit of what one might call original reporting in this space (from the frontlines of Cincinnati’s blackout last September, for example), but nothing compares to the scoop we’ve just uncovered:
MIAMI — A used car salesman was arrested Sunday on shooting charges, accused of opening fire at a Miami-Dade police substation earlier this year.
Andrew Cashmere, an avid Voreblog commenter, was arrested after police were called to his home for a domestic dispute.
Early one April morning, several shots were fired at the Hammocks District Police Station, located at 10000 SW 142nd Ave. Three bullet holes were found in the windows of the building’s lobby, where officers were working at the time.
The bullets struck the countertop in the lobby, but no officers were injured.
A motive for the shooting has not been revealed. Calls to Cashmere’s attorney, Ms. Sarah McLachlan, were not returned.
Seems Mr. Cashmere has some ‘splainin to do.
(h/t Lee Fuoco for her investigative research on this matter)