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Police Officer Emilio Fidel Miyares | Hialeah Police Department, Florida Hialeah Police Department, Florida

Police Officer

Emilio Fidel Miyares

Hialeah Police Department, Florida

End of Watch: Thursday, November 6, 1986

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 27

Tour: 6 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Gunfire

Weapon: Officer's handgun

Offender: Died in prison

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Police Officer Emilio Miyares was shot and killed after he and his partner responded to a shoplifting call in Palm Springs Mall.

The officers asked the two suspects for identification and were given false names. Both suspects then fled the scene and were chased by the officers. A struggle ensued and one assailant gained control of Officer Miyares' weapon and shot him with it.

The killer died in prison in 1994.

Officer Miyares had been a member of the Hialeah Police Department for six years. He is survived by his wife, young daughter, son, parents, and brother.

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Hard to believe it's been 29 years since Emilio was taken away from his family and friends. Time does go by so quickly. Most of us have retired, moved on in life, but Emilio will never-ever be forgotten. Emilio would be so proud of his family. God Bless the Miyares Family.

Lt. Ralph Gracia (retired)
City of Hialeah PD
November 6, 2015


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