Help Us Solve Cold Cases

We can always use the help of ordinary citizens, and with about 2,000 unsolved crimes in Miami-Dade County, you may be able to help us solve a case. Click on the links below for information on some of our cold cases, and perhaps you can help bring justice to the families of these victims.

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The cold cases below are for crimes that occured from 2010 through the present day. Click on any photo to see the larger version.

Steven McElroy

Case # PD141009368220

Victim: Steven McElroy, B/M/38

Occurred: Thursday, October 9, 2014, at 12:56 a.m., at 8230 NW 2 Court

Narrative: At the above time, date and location the victim was outside of his residence when for unknown reasons, person(s) unknown began shooting at the victim. The victim ran into his residence; whereupon, the subject(s) followed the victim inside the residence and shot the victim. The victim entered his mother's bedroom bleeding from his wounds and asked her to call 911. The victim was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital Ryder Trauma Center where he expired.

Andrew Johnson
Case # PD121201457586

Victim: Andrew Johnson, B/M/46

Occurred: Saturday, December 1, 2012, at approximately 7:13 PM, at 2750 N.W. 211 Street, Miami, Florida

Narrative: The victim who was employed as a Miami-Dade County Correctional Officer at Metro West was discovered lying in his driveway by a neighbor after the neighbor heard gunshots. The victim was off duty and had just returned home from dropping his children off at a movie theater.

According to the wife, the victim is missing a pendant similar to the one depicted next to his picture.

Sabrina O'Neil
Case # PD100124035774

Victim: Sabrina O'Neil, B/F/15

Occurred: 6:45 p.m., Sunday, January 24, 2010, at 2135 NW 52 Street, Miami, Florida

Narrative: At the above time, date, and location, the victim was shot and killed by person(s) unknown utilizing assault type weapons. Three other victims were struck by gunfire and survived their injuries. The victim was transported from the scene to a nearby hospital where she expired from her injuries. It is believed that the victim was not targeted by the subjects but was an innocent victim.


Anyone with information on any of our cold cases is urged to call Crime Stoppers or send an email to the Homicide Bureau.

The work of the Miami-Dade Police Department Homicide Bureau Cold Case Squad receives support from the U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, Solving Cold Cases with DNA Grant program.

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