Miami-Dade police lieutenant accused of molesting young girl

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The Miami Herald reported that the 44-year-old Gonzalez was a member of the department’s Special Response Team.

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The Miami Herald reported that the 44-year-old Gonzalez was a member of the department's Special Response Team. He was charged with four counts of lewd and lascivious molestation of a child, and armed kidnapping.

Gonzalez was being held without bond Thursday, jail records showed. Attorney information wasn't available.

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  • Date: 2018-09-14T14:20:14+0000
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