‘Like someone dying in our home’: Miami Beach mourns death of woman believed drugged, raped
A screenshot from a fundraiser for Chrstine Englehardt's family. - GoFundMe/TNS

MIAMI — A few hours before Friday’s 8 p.m. spring break curfew went into effect in South Beach, residents gathered for a vigil to mourn the death of a 24-year-old Pennsylvania tourist who police say was drugged and raped by two North Carolina spring breakers before she was found dead in her hotel room. The memorial took place across the street from the Albion Hotel on James Avenue, where Christine Englehardt was staying during her trip to Miami Beach. Attendees placed multicolored flowers near the sidewalk, observed a moment of silence and listened to a live rendition of “Amazing Grace” by sin...