Police Searching for 3 Suspects After Miami Gardens Shooting

The security guard was airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital, police said

By Steve Litz
|  Wednesday, Apr 10, 2013  |  Updated 1:41 AM EDT
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Miami Gardens Police said they're searching for three men after a security guard was shot at the Eagle's Landing apartment complex Tuesday night. One resident who did not want to be identified said kids at the complex hardly pay attention to its curfew.

Miami Gardens Police said they're searching for three men after a security guard was shot at the Eagle's Landing apartment complex Tuesday night. One resident who did not want to be identified said kids at the complex hardly pay attention to its curfew.

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Miami Gardens Police said they’re searching for three men after a security guard was shot at the Eagle's Landing apartment complex Tuesday night.

The security guard was approached by the suspects and was shot in his side at the complex, at 190th Street and NW 27th Avenue, Sgt. Bill Bamford said. The shooting happened around 8 p.m.

The victim was airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital, Bamford said.

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“The apartments, they have strict rules, like you can’t be outside certain hours and stuff like that, and people, they do whatever they want to do,” she said.

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