My prayers and thoughts to Sean Taylor, and his family. ... I didn't know that Taylor's father is the chief of the Florida City Police Dept.
Mr. Taylor grew up in Florida and lives primarily in a sprawling, one-story house in Palmetto Bay, an affluent suburb south of Miami. His father, Pedro W. Taylor, is the chief of the Florida City Police Department, a municipality in southern Miami-Dade County about 15 miles southwest of Mr. Taylorís home.
This afternoon, Miami-Dade police investigators were combing for evidence in the yard and driveway of Mr. Taylorís pale yellow-colored house, which sat behind a six-foot white wall on a main road that runs past some of southern Miami-Dade Countyís grandest estates. NYT
Investigators may be investigating whether there is any relation between these break-ins and a dispute two years ago between Mr. Taylor and some men in West Perrine, a depressed neighborhood near his current home.
In June 2005, Mr. Taylor was arrested and charged with felony assault and battery after the authorities said he pointed a gun at three men outside a house in West Perrine and accused them of stealing two all-terrain vehicles from him.
Witnesses told the police that Mr. Taylor, accompanied by an entourage, assaulted one of the men and made death threats before driving off. Minutes later, a group of men drove by his parked GMC Yukon Denali and opened fire, leaving the truck riddled with bullets. Mr. Taylorís vehicle was empty at the time, and the gunmen were never identified or arrested. NYT
Fox Sports: Source: (Updated 10 minutes ago)
I'm a little leery about posting this information. It requires more than one source. ... if it's not true, they run the risk of losing credibility and I'll be pi$$ed.