Miami Springs Police announced the arrest of Josvany Garcia-Lara on Sunday, July 10, 2022.  According to Police, Garcia-Lara was in the driver’s seat of a Hyundai that was parked on the lot of a closed business.  (It was approximately 10pm on Sunday.)  The Officer that spotted the vehicle ran a records check and noticed the license plate was registered to a Volkswagen instead of a Hyundai.  (Editor’s note:  Parking in a closed business was the first suspicious activity.  Now, the car’s plates are for another car.  That’s now two suspicious activities the officer is aware of before approaching the vehicle.)


According to Miami Springs Police, the officer approached the driver who was identified as Josvany Garcia-Lara.  According to the Police, Garcia-Lara allegedly informed them he knew the business was closed, but was waiting for his wife.  He allegedly also knew the license plate belonged to another vehicle.

According to Police, Garcia-Lara consented to a search of the Hyundai.  That’s when Miami Springs Police say they allegedly found several small clear baggies containing suspected methamphetamine.

A K-9 unit responded to the scene to assist with the investigation.  The K-9 alerted officers to an area under the steering column.  According to Police, they found a small container attached to the steering column with a  magnet.  MSPD alleges they found more suspected methamphetamine inside the container.

As a result, Garcia-Lara was arrested and charged with Amphetamine Trafficking.


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Mug Image 220143572 GARCIA-LARA, JOSVANY 07/11/2022 01:30 W M 10/29/1986 BLK BRO 155 Lbs 5′ 5″ 3454345 TGKCC
Case(s) Information
Case Number: F22012549 Desc: OTHER
Comment Case: PC FOUND HOUSE ARREST ALT BOND CT1 50K, WAIVE ALL FEES Alt Bond: $ 50000 **
Charge: AMPHETAMINE/ TRAFFICKING/ 14GR>/ <28GR Bond: $ 50000 **
Bond Information
Charge Satisfied: No
Bond Submitted:
** Bond information posted on this case/charge may not reflect the current amount. Call the detention facility for updated information.


REMINDER:  In the United States, persons arrested and charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


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