Streets in South Beach Reopen After Officer-Involved Shooting

No one was injured in the shooting

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    Streets in South Beach reopened Friday night after being cordoned off following an officer-involved shooting, authorities said.

    At 3:15 p.m., Miami Beach police were dispatched to the 1600 block of Collins Ave. in connection to a disturbance. No one was injured. The suspect reached for a weapon in his pants, and an officer shot at him and missed, authorities said. The suspect fled, and ran into a parking garage and was taken into custody. The man's weapon was also seized by police.

    A central South Beach area, 16th Street from Washington Ave. to Collins Ave. had been closed, and Collins Ave to 15th Street to Lincoln Road has also been shut down.

    Officer-Involved Shooting in South Beach, Streets Closed

    [MI] Officer-Involved Shooting in South Beach, Streets Closed
    Several streets in South Beach were cordoned off Friday afternoon after an officer-involved shooting, authorities said.

    Aerial footage had showed empty streets with police cruisers, which would normally be busy with afternoon traffic.