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6 Things to Know: April 5, 2019

Happy Friday, South Florida!

Friday will be much warmer and drier than Thursday with a partly sunny morning featuring a few isolated showers.

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Woman Stole $50K From Condo Association: Police

Hollywood police are looking for a woman who allegedly lied about her identity and stole approximately $50,000 from a condominium association for which she served as treasurer.

A woman who went by the alias Tracy Pierson worked for the Crystal Court Manor on North 12th Court from March to December 2018, the Hollywood Police Department said.

Anyone with information should call Hollywood police at 954-764-4357 or Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477.

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Man Allegedly Punched by Mexican Soap Opera Star Pablo Lyle Dies

A man who was allegedly punched by a famous Mexican soap opera star during a reported road rage incident in Miami has died.

Pablo Lyle, 32, was arrested Monday on a felony battery charge in the Sunday night incident, according to an arrest report.

On Thursday, it was confirmed that the 63-year-old victim died at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He was identified as Juan Ricardo Hernandez.

Miami Police confirmed Thursday it was now a homicide investigation.

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Nikolas Cruz Making Court Appearance

A judge will hear from Nikolas Cruz's defense attorneys on Friday. The Parkland gunman's lawyers will argue the state should not be able to learn the names of experts visiting Cruz in jail.

The lawyers argue it could provide tips about their defense strategy and unfairly bolster the prosecution's case.

President Donald Trump Visiting Southern Border

President Donald Trump will stop by southern California on Friday to visit the border of the United States and Mexico.

The visit comes after Trump threatened to shut down the entire border due to what he said were immigration "loopholes."

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Family of Timmothy Pitzen: 'We Will Never Stop Looking for You'

A person claiming to be Timmothy Pitzen, who would now be 14 years old after he disappeared in 2011 at the age of 6, was actually a 23-year-old man from Ohio, police said Thursday.

The family of missing Aurora boy Timmothy Pitzen urged the public to "reserve all judgment and pray" for a man who falsely claimed he was the child who disappeared from the Illinois town more than seven years ago.

"Unfortunately this child is not our beloved Timmothy," Kara Jacobs, Timmothy's aunt, said. "We know you are out there somewhere Tim and we will never stop looking for you."

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Las Olas Wine and Food Festival

The 24th annual Las Olas Wine and Food Festival will kick off Friday.

More than 2,500 restaurants are coming together for a taste of South Florida with more than 50 different meal tastings and over 200 wine and spirit options.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the American Lung Association.

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