MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami/AP) — A blank hyphen in a Miami Beach Police navigator for drivers seeking to solve trade citations are being destined to a website offered 2024 sell for former President Donald Trump, officials said.
Miami Beach military had been handing out a erring fliers until final week, military orator Ernesto Rodriguez told CBS4 News Partner a Miami Herald on Monday. He did not know how prolonged they had been in circulation.
“We’re wakeful of this typographical blunder now,” Rodriguez said. “We put out a notice to officers to pause regulating them.”
The navigator explained how to solve teenager trade tickets online by visiting a Miami-Dade County Clerk of Courts website. The problem was a web residence printed in a navigator left out a hyphen, call drivers to revisit a wrong website.
Without a essential hyphen, a residence redirects to a website that sells Trump 2024 hats and flags, as good as a DVD exploring a probability of a “one-world centralized government” but Trump in a White House.
Court administrators pronounced Miami Beach appears to be a usually group with a web residence typo.
Court officials supposing a strange navigator sent to Miami-Dade military in May 2020 that enclosed a rightly hyphenated web address. Rodriguez pronounced Miami Beach constructed a possess chronicle of a notices and a blunder was extrinsic during some indicate during a copy process.
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