Second Subject Sought In Connection With Arrest of Hialeah Man in Stolen Trailer Containing Toys for Needy Children; License Suspended 9 Times

Oscar Gomez Guerra, 50, of Hialeah, was charged with Grand Theft 3rd Degree and Driving While License Suspended. According to the criminal complaint, his license had been suspended 9 times and was cancelled on October 3rd of 2019. Miami Police Department Mugshot.

MIAMI, FL – The Miami-Dade Police Department, Midwest District, General Investigations Unit, made an arrest in the case of a stolen trailer containing toys for needy children.

According to investigators, two subjects drove into the church parking lot where the trailer was located.  One of the subjects exited the vehicle, attached the trailer to the hitch, and drove away with the trailer.  Through investigative means, the subject who exited the vehicle was identified as Oscar Gomez Guerra, 50, of Hialeah, Florida. According to the criminal complaint, Guerra, who had his license suspended 9 times, was taken into custody and arrested without incident.

 The second subject has not yet been identified.

Investigators were able to recover a some of the toys but are requesting the community’s assistance with any information in recovering the remaining property and in identifying and/or locating the second subject.

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Investigators were able to recover a some of the toys but are requesting the community’s assistance with any information in recovering the remaining property and in identifying and/or locating the second subject.
Investigators were able to recover a some of the toys but are requesting the community’s assistance with any information in recovering the remaining property and in identifying and/or locating the second subject.
Investigators were able to recover a some of the toys but are requesting the community’s assistance with any information in recovering the remaining property and in identifying and/or locating the second subject.

Investigators were able to recover a some of the toys but are requesting the community’s assistance with any information in recovering the remaining property and in identifying and/or locating the second subject.

The Miami-Dade Police are asking anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-TIPS (8477) or (866) 471-8477. Visit www.crimestoppersmiami.com and select “Computer Tip”. If the tip leads to the arrest of the subject, the tipster may be eligible for a reward UP TO $1,000.00. All calls are kept strictly anonymous.

Charges are accusations and defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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