Miami-Dade police to use baseball-like cards with QR codes to help solve vexing homicides
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MIAMI — The Miami-Dade Police Department’s newest crime-fighting tools are baseball-like cards with QR codes on the back, similar to those that have replaced paper menus in restaurants during the pandemic. But the faces on the front of these cards aren’t professional athletes. They’re the faces of Jada Page, Carnell Williams-Thomas, Elijah LaFrance and Angelo Guzman — all children killed by gunfire in unsolved homicides, some that have vexed detectives and family members for more than half a decade. “These are the babies of our community right here. Now we’re giving the community a seat at the...