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Case: A3PVO1E | 2018

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 12:04 am, officers observed the Defendant make an improper right turn as the Defendant went into the left lane, rather than the proper right lane when she made the right turn. The Defendant was further observed as she swerved into a sidewalk, and then abruptly turned back into the driving lane, colliding into the rear of a parked vehicle. The officers went to check if she was okay, at which time they noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was emanating from her breath. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but was unable to perform the exercises to standard. The Defendant was arrested, and while being transported to the station, she spontaneously stated that she had only had a few beers. The Defendant provided breath samples of .151/.149 into the breathalyzer.

Case: A0Z173P | 2018

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 7:41 pm, the Defendant was observed swerving and unable to maintain his lane. The Defendant almost struck several vehicles as he would drift to the left lane and then abruptly move back to the right lane, also disregarding a stop sign. An officer conducted a traffic stop, and once he made contact with the Defendant, he noticed the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes, a flushed face, slurred speech, and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was emanating from his breath and person. When asked to step out of the vehicle, the Defendant was unable to do so without bracing on the door and leaning on the vehicle. The officer observed two 24 oz. beer cans, along with an empty glass bottle of Grand Marnier Liquor in plain view on the passenger seat. A blue plastic cup filled with an unknown beer was also found in the Defendant’s vehicle in the front cup holder. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises but failed to meet standards. The Defendant was placed under arrest and refused to provide a breath sample.

Case: 1618XCF | 2018

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 2:45 am, an officer observed the Defendant driving 17 miles over the speed limit. The Defendant was also swerving and failing to maintain a single lane, nearly hitting a concrete raised median. The officer issued a traffic stop and made contact with the Defendant, who seemed to have a long, blank stare, confused look, flushed face, and bloodshot, watery eyes. The Defendant also had slurred speech and a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage was coming from her breath and person. The officer asked the Defendant if she had been drinking and the Defendant said no at first. The Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety exercises, but displayed impairment problems and did not perform to standards. The Defendant was arrested and blew .188/.192 into the breathalyzer.

Case: 3922-XEX | 2016

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 12:55 am, officers observed the Defendant swerving in front of the, while almost hitting parked cars. The traffic stop was initiated, and the officers immediately noticed signs of intoxication like: the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and flushed face. There was also an odor of alcohol that emitted when the Defendant stepped out of the car. Due to the Defendant’s level of intoxication, the Defendant was unable to meet the roadside exercises to standard, and was arrested for DUI. Later on, the Defendant admitted to having a few drinks and blew a .178/.167 in the breathalyzer, which both samples are 2 times above the legal limit.

Case: 0081XFH | 2018

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 4:05 am, the Defendant was observed by an officer traveling eastbound on a westbound lane. The officer conducted a traffic stop and noticed the Defendant had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath, slurred speech, and bloodshot eyes. The Defendant agreed to attempt the field sobriety tests but was not able to perform these exercises to standard. The Defendant was later found to have over 90 pills in his pocket without any prescription labels. The Defendant was arrested and taken to the station, where he refused to provide any breath samples.

Case: A0Z0YPP | 2018

The State DISMISSED the DUI

At 8:45 pm, the Defendant was observed driving 20mph in a posted 45 mph area, as well as failing to safely maintain within a single lane. The officer conducted a traffic stop and noticed the Defendant had glassy eyes, an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath, and slurred speech. The Defendant performed the standardized field sobriety tests but did not meet the standards and was placed under arrest. The Defendant provided breath samples of .188/.186.

Case: 9891XEX | 2018

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 11:55 pm, an officer observed the Defendant come to a complete stop in his westbound lane without reason as there were no stop signs, signals, or pedestrians. The Defendant stayed stopped for a moment and then continued on. The vehicle that was behind the Defendant’s vehicle flagged down the officer and told him that the Defendant had been weaving all over the road and that he was scared the Defendant would crash. The officer began to pursue the Defendant and at the green light, the Defendant made a wide left turn and entered the right lane without using his turn signals. The Defendant almost hit the cars parked on the street and violently jerked his vehicle twice. The Defendant almost struck a curb and had to abruptly swerve into the correct lane. The officer finally turned on his emergency lights to signal the Defendant to stop. The Defendant, however, only slowed down and continued driving until the officer got on his p.a. system to tell him to stop. When the Defendant finally stopped and the officer approached him, the officer noticed the Defendant had bloodshot red eyes, and a noticeable odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. The Defendant told the officer that he had a firearm in his center console. The officer asked the Defendant to step out of the vehicle, and as he did so, the Defendant lost his balance getting out of the car. The Defendant spoke with a slurred speech and did not go where he was directed, even after multiple attempts of telling him where to go, the Defendant only seemed confused. The Defendant was offered to complete the standardized field sobriety exercises which he did not perform to standards, leading to his arrest. The Defendant further refused to blow into the breathalyzer.

Case: 6870XBP | 2018

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 5:54 am, the Defendant was recklessly driving as reported by one witness. The Defendant nearly hit two vehicles and a concrete barrier wall. The Defendant later made a complete stop and one of the officers observed the Defendant passed out inside the vehicle behind the wheel blocking the roadway. The Defendant was removed from the vehicle for safety. The Defendant had an odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage and was not aware of what was happening. The Defendant refused to perform the standardized field sobriety tests and refused to provide a breath sample for the breathalyzer.

Case 77330-XEJ | 2010

The State DISMISSED the DUI

At 3:12 AM, Police observed the Defendant accelerate through a stop sign and across an intersection. Upon stopping the Defendant’s vehicle, Police smelled a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the vehicle and asked the Defendant to step out. The Defendant had a flushed face and bloodshot eyes and agreed to perform roadside exercises. After failing to perform the exercises to standard, the Defendant was arrested and refused to blow into the breath machine to determine his blood alcohol level.

Case 1493-XED | 2008

The State DISMISSED the DUI

Around midnight, Police were operating a checkpoint on Coral Way near 27th Avenue. The Defendant entered the checkpoint, and displayed bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. She also had difficulty balancing when she stepped out of the vehicle, and could not complete the roadside exercises safely. Police arrested the Defendant for DUI, and the Defendant later admitted to drinking wine earlier that night at a party with friends. The Defendant blew .152 and .143 into the breath machine.

Case: 7260GPR | 2018

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 3:20 am, the Defendant was observed as he was unable to stay within his lane, and entered the lane the officer was on, catching the officer’s attention. The Defendant was also observed crossing over one of the lanes and striking the center median curb on four separate occasions. The officer conducted a traffic stop and approached the driver’s side door. The officer then made contact with the Defendant who appeared disoriented and confused. As the Defendant was immersed in dialogue and was providing the documents the officer asked for, the strong smell of alcohol was detected on the Defendant’s breath. The Defendant then proceeded to show the officer two closed 16 oz. beer cans that were lying in the passenger seat. The Defendant’s speech was also slightly slurred, and his eyes were bloodshot and watery. The Defendant then stepped out of the vehicle and began making spontaneous statements. The Defendant admitted that he had had a beer, and had taken some pills and pain medication as well. Prescription medication was also found in the center console of the car. The Defendant agreed to partake in the field sobriety tests, but did not perform to standards, later being arrested.

Case: 5986-XEM | 2014

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 4:10am, Defendant was pulled over for making a right turn from the left lane as he approached an intersection. Defendant was driving from Blue Martini where he had a beer and shots, The officer noticed the Defendant was acting confused, couldn’t coherently answer where he was going to, he also had bloodshot watery eyes and the odor of alcohol coming from his breath. Defendant agreed to perform the roadside tests, but failed them, he also refused to take the breath test. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

Case: 9384XDH | 2014

The State DISMISSED the DUI

At 10:30 pm, the defendant was driving back from a bar after having some beers with a few friends. The defendant was involved in a road rage incident, as the defendant stepped out of the car a Police Officer notice it was difficult for the defendant to walk steady. When the officer approached the defendant, he noticed the smell of alcohol on the defendant’s breath besides having slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. The defendant failed the roadside exercises and refused to blow into the Breathalyzer and was arrested for DUI. It was the defendant’s 2nd arrest for DUI.

Case: 6964XEX | 2014

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 11:47 pm, police observed Defendant swerving from lane to lane, almost crashing with another vehicle. Police conducted the traffic stop and the defendant admitted to had “just one glass of sangria, but I’m ok”. When asked for the Driver’s License, the routine computer check revealed the defendant’s license was suspended for financial responsibility for the vehicle she was driving. The officer noticed the defendant presented bloodshot and watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech and the odor of alcohol on her breath. Defendant agreed to perform the field sobriety test, which she wasn’t able to perform to standards. Defendant refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

Case: 3059XED | 2014

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 12:43 pm, officers present at a scene of a previous case involving a vehicle fire, observed Defendant taking a curve at high speed and then changing over 2 lanes without turn signals. Defendant had bloodshot watery eyes and the odor of alcohol on his breath. Defendant was not able to perform to standards the roadside sobriety tests and refused to provide a breath sample. Defendant was arrested for DUI.

Case: 3098-XCK | 2016

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 4:07 am, officers observed the Defendant driving recklessly at a high speed of 60 mph in a 25 mph zone. Once pulled over, officers noticed the Defendant’s bloodshot, watery eyes, and the smell of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s mouth. After the Defendant admitted to having drinks, the officers began the field sobriety exercise to which the Defendant failed. The Defendant was charged and arrested for DUI, and blew a .169/.179 in the breathalyzer, which is more than 2 times the legal limit.

Case: 0069-XER | 2015

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 4:05 am, an officer observed the Defendant running a stop sign and the Defendant was also unable to maintain the single lane. When the officer conducted the traffic stop, he noticed that the Defendant had bloodshot, watery eyes and a confused, flushed face. The officer began to also smell the odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s car, and suspected the Defendant was intoxicated. After agreeing to complete the roadside exercises, the Defendant was placed under arrest for DUI, for being unable to pass the exercises and refused to provide a breath sample.

Case 9447-XEC | 2009

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 5:06 AM, Police observed the Defendant driving on Alton Road on Miami Beach, going 72 mph in a 35 mph zone. Police followed the Defendant onto MacArthur Causeway, where the Defendant almost caused an accident. Police stopped the Defendant, wherein the Defendant smelled like alcohol and then failed the roadsides. Later the Defendant blew .105 and .108 into the breathalyzer, over the legal limit.

Case: 6964-XEX | 2015

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 9:47 pm, an officer observed the Defendant weaving in between lanes and driving recklessly. A traffic stop was initiated, and the officer noticed that the strong odor of alcohol was coming from the car. The officer asked the Defendant questions and was able to see that the Defendant had bloodshot eyes and a slurred speech. After suspecting the Defendant was intoxicated, the Defendant was asked to complete the field sobriety exercises; to which the Defendant did not pass. The Defendant then refused to give a breath sample, and was arrested and charged for DUI.

Case: 6157-XEQ | 2015

The State DROPPED the DUI

At 5:50 am, officers observed the Defendant’s vehicle driving without using any headlights for a couple miles, and run a stop sign. Officers initiated a traffic stop and upon inspection of the Defendant, officers noticed there was a very strong odor of alcohol coming from the Defendant’s breath, and that the Defendant’s speech was slurred. The Defendant also had bloodshot eyes and a flushed face to give the impression that the Defendant was intoxicated. During the field sobriety exercises, the Defendant was continuously swaying from side to side, and had an extremely difficult time maintaining balance. The Defendant was arrested and charged for DUI, after refusing to submit a breath sample.

Case: F19-19260 | 2021

Felony Exploitation – Case Dismissed

The Defendant was employed as social workers and assigned as the caretaker of several elderly people including the 68 years old victim. The Defendant was in a position of trust and had access to the social services office where the victim’s money was kept in a locked box. The box was checked on 07/22/2019 and was missing $200. The Defendant denied taking the money and was taken into custody on a separate charge. The Defendant then admitted to going into the victim’s box and stealing the $200 and was arrested, charged with felony exploitation of an elderly and disabled person.

Case: F20-016270 | 2021

Felony Drug Possession – Case Dismissed

At 3:47 AM, law enforcement officer observed the Defendant sitting on the bus stop past curfew. The officer conducted a subject check to find the reasons the Defendant was stationary at the location. The Defendant stated that he was playing a game that required him to be seated. The officer then conducted a pat down and a sharp pointy object was discovered in the Defendant’s left pocket. The Defendant identified the oil as liquid marijuana inside of the pen. The Defendant was then arrested as during curfew period no person shall make use of any streets or sidewalk for any purpose expect active duty, police, fire-rescue first responder, medical health care and utility repair person as well as those returning to their home from work of employment. Defendant charged with felony drug possession.

Case: F20-17761 | 2021

Grand Theft, Domestic Violence, and Aggravated Battery – Case Dismissed

At 11:30 AM, law enforcement was dispatched in emergency mode in reference to a domestic battery. The officer made contact with the Defendant who stated that he and the victim got into a verbal argument. The victim decided to leave with the child. The victim stated that the Defendant began to argue with her reference to her being pregnant. The victim explained that he got aggressive, grabbed her by the neck and chocked her. The victim also states that he let her go when he noticed she couldn’t breathe. The Defendant was arrested and transported to TGK, charged with Grand Theft, domestic violence strangulation, and aggravated battery on a pregnant woman.

Case: F20-9250 | 2021

Aggravated Assault w/ Deadly Weapon, Domestic Violence, and Child Abuse – Case Dismissed

At 4:28 PM, officer was dispatched in reference to a domestic disturbance between a father and son. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the Defendant who stated he had a physical altercation with his father. The Defendant stated that he arrived to the residency where he lives with his mother and father; and then a verbal argument ensued with his father which led them to confronting each other in the backyard of the residence. The Defendant also states that his father struck him on the right side of his face causing a litigation to his right eyebrow. The officer observed a strong odor of alcohol from the Defendant. The victim stated the Defendant arrived to the residence in a bad mood and began to argue with his mother at which time the victim intervened. The victim also states that the Defendant repeatedly struck him while they were on the ground. The mother of the Defendant then confirmed this. The Defendant was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, domestic violence strangulation, and child abuse.

Case: F20-11764 | 2021

Strong Arm Robbery – Case Dismissed

At 11:44 PM, law enforcement was called to respond to a possible suspect of robbery and battery. The Defendant had been observed by the victim earlier this day as the Defendant approached the victim while she was eating and having drinks with some friends. The Defendant told the victim she needed to leave the location and if not he would take her phone. The victim then told the Defendant she will not leave the place and he became enraged. The Defendant stroke the victim with a closed right fist in the face and grabbed the victim’s wallet and took without permission $200. The victim contacted the SweetWater Police department and advised them of the Defendants location and that the Defendants vehicle that was parked at the rear of the location where the Defendant was found. At a safe distance, the victim was able to positively I.D. The Defendant was then arrested and transported to TGK, charged with strong arm robbery.

Case: F20-016528 | 2021

Felony Attempted Burglary – Case Dismissed

At 10:50 PM, law enforcement was dispatched in emergency mode to respond to a burglary in progress. The officer made contact with victim and he stated that he observed through the peep hole a male with a black shirt wearing a mask and hitting his apartment door with a hammer. The Defendant was attempting to gain force entrance. Victim 1 stated that the Defendant looked like his neighbor who had several disputes in the past with others neighbors and provide the officer with the Defendant’s apartment number #107. The officer made contact with the Defendant and his grandmother. The grandmother stated that the Defendant keeps the hammer in his closet and provide it to the officer. The witness who lives nearby said she heard a loud noise and stepped outside to see what it was. The witness observed the Defendant hammering the door and described the Defendant. She also stated she recognized him as a male who lives in APT#107. The Defendant matched the description and was arrested, charged with Felony Attempted Burglary of an occupied dwelling.

Case: F20-11341 | 2021

Battery on a Elderly Person – Case Dismissed

At 5:59 PM, law enforcement was dispatched in reference to domestic battery between husband, wife and daughter. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with victim 1 who was in distress and crying. Victim 1 stated that the Defendant became upset while at home and that the Defendant started to break things around the house then pulled her hair while he would break her face to put up a right fist. Victim 1 stated that she has been living in fear since she married the Defendant. Victim 1 also stated that he has become verbally and physically violent multiple times in the past but never wanted to call the police until today that he pulled her daughter’s hair. The officer then approached the Defendant and charged him with Battery on an Elderly Person.

Case: F20-8973 | 2021

2nd Degree Murder – Case Dismissed

At 7:43 PM, the Defendant who was a Miami-Dade Public Transit employee surrendered at the Miami-Dade Police Department. The Defendant and the victim engaged in a heated verbal dispute over which exit door the victim was supposed to utilize. The victim was belligerent and yelled obscene remarks to the Defendant who remained on the driver’s seat. The victim reached the Defendant driver’s side window and states the Defendant yelled “F****, Die b****, Jesus is going to kill you.” The Defendant proceeded to intentionally drive and steer the bus in the direction of the victim, cause the bus to run over the victim, leaving the victim under the bus. The victim was transported to Aventura Hospital in critical conditions. The victim sustained fractures to his left foot, left acetabular fracture, C5/ 6 interior superior end plate fractures, C4 transverse process fracture, left pulmonary contusions, contusions to the right hip, and abrasions to the right knee. The Defendant was charged with 2nd degree attempted murder.

Case: F20-11143 | 2021

Domestic Violence Strangulation – Case Dismissed

At 4:38 PM law enforcement began to investigate, both the Defendant and Victim 1. The Defendant was taken into custody and taken into interview room for further questioning. The Defendant admitted that he and victim 1 were involved in a verbal dispute but denied that the incident ever became physical. The Defendant and the victims were inside the Defendants vehicle when the argument occurred. Victim 1 explained that the argument escalated when the Defendant slapped her on the left side of her face and moments later on twice on her left thigh. Upon arrival at their home, the Defendant grabbed victim 1 by her hair and shoved her on the bed and mounted her as she now laid next to victim 2. The Defendant then took a black semi-automatic handgun from his waist and stated aloud “Do you want to die today!” Victim 2 began to cry and Victim 1 fled the residence with their child. Victim 1 during the investigation disclosed the Defendant had battered her in the past and provided photographs of the three other events. The Defendant denied this accusations and advised that he was unaware she was injured on those dates. The Defendant was arrested and charged with domestic violence strangulation.

Case: F19-8352 | 2020

Aggravated Battery on an Elderly Person – Charges Dismissed

At 4:53 pm officers responded to a disturbance and upon arrival met with the elderly victim who stated that the Defendant and her had gotten into a verbal disagreement which then escalated into a physical altercation. The Defendant had struck the victim with a broom stick, a piece of a door frame and slapped her several times in the face with an open palm. The Defendant also placed a cloth towel into the victim’s mouth and held it there as she began to choke. Victim had an abrasion on her left forearm, lower back pain and shoulder pain. The Defendant was arrested and charged with aggravated battery on an elderly person.

Case: F16-12809 | 2020

Aggravated Battery Pregnant Victim and Burglary with Assault – Charges Dismissed

At 7:45 pm officers were dispatched in emergency mode to a disturbance and upon arrival made contact with the victim. The victim was having a “get together” when the Defendant knocked on the victim’s door. When the victim opened the door, the Defendant saw the victim standing alongside another male and became jealous. As a result of this the Defendant struck the male companion upon his left eyes with a closed fist. The Defendant then struck the victim on her mouth with a closed fist. As the victim tried to fight back the Defendant grabbed her by the hair, pulled her to the floor, and struck her with a closed fist upon her shoulders and back. The victim sustained a contusion to her upper lip, swelling of her upper lips, and a minor abrasion on the inside of her upper lip. Another female victim had tried to help the victim but the Defendant placed open palms upon her chest and pushed her, she is five months pregnant. The Defendant was arrested and charged with aggravated battery pregnant victim and burglary with assault.

Case: 19-CR-20748 | 2020

Federal Public Official Bribery – No Jail

The Defendant was employed as an electrician in the engineering department at a medical center. Part of the Defendants duties and responsibilities were to monitor the supply inventory for the engineering department and request additional supplies as needed. The Defendant, being a public official, had indirectly and directly, corruptly demand, seek, receive, accept and agree to receive and accept anything of value personally in cash payments. In return he was influenced in the performance of any official act to initiate purchase orders from vendor companies. The Defendant was arrested and charged with federal public official bribery.

Case: F18-20086 | 2020

Carrying a Concealed Firearm – Charges Dismissed

At 8:52 pm officers approached a vehicle and observed the front passage exit the stolen vehicle and enter a black BMW. The officers then observed the driver of the black DMW who was later identified as the Defendant remove a black/green firearm from his waistband and throw it to the grass. The Defendant was then detained at that time pending investigation. Records check later revealed the firearm was stolen out of Lee Counties sheriff’s office. The Defendant did not possess a conceal weapon permit. The Defendant was then arrested and charged with carrying a concealed firearm.

Case: F18-18744 | 2020

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Battery – Charges Dismissed

At 7:45 pm officers were dispatched in emergency mode in reference to a fight between a boyfriend and girlfriend. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim’s mother and she stated that the Defendant and the victim were involved in a verbal dispute and walked away from the home they were staying at while still verbally disputing. shortly after the police got an anonymous call about the Defendant punching the victim. The victim had bruising on his nose, a small cut on his right hand, and his glasses were broken. The victim also stated that the Defendant was holding a knife and had threatened to kill the victim. The Defendant was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and battery.

Case: F19-17661 | 2020

Felony Battery on Police Officer and Resisting Arrest – Charges Dismissed

At 12:05 pm officers were dispatched to a bank where the Defendant was seen in the front entrance of the bank, acting aggressive and possibly damaging the bank’s ATM machine. When arrived at the scene officers made contact with the Defendant who had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from her breath, slurred speech, and blood shot eyes. The Defendant had stated to the officers that she wanted to use the banks ATM machine. The officers advised the Defendant that per bank management thy did not want to service her. The Defendant had explained that the bank she was currently at was hers. The Defendant then gathered all of her belongings into a bag and started to walk away. She then started to cuss at one of the officers and proceeded to stick her hand with the middle finger inches from his face. The Defendant was grabbed by the upper torso and put on the ground where she was stiffening her arms away from the handcuffs for a short period of time. The Defendant was later arrested and charged with felony battery on a police officer and resisting arrest.

Case: F19-20608 | 2020

ID Fraudulent Use, Utter Forged Instrument, Poss Stolen DL – No Conviction, No Jail

At 4:55 pm officers were dispatched in reference to fraudulent activity. Upon arrival, the officers spoke to the store employee who stated that the Defendant had attempted to apply for store credit to purchase merchandise and had provided identification that had been altered. The altered identification contained the actual photo of the Defendant with the information of another individual. When the officers arrived the Defendant correctly identified himself. The Defendant was arrested and charged with ID fraudulent use, utter forged instrument, and possession of a stolen DL.

Case: F14-7920 | 2020

Felony Grand Theft 3rd Degree – Charges Dismissed

At 7:15 PM, law enforcement was called to address an incident that occurred at a Sunglass Hut. The Defendant selected a pair of sunglasses, valued at $395, and placed them in a black Sephora bag. The Defendant made no attempt to pay for said sunglasses. The Defendant was approached by the officer a few blocks away from the store. The officer stated that the Defendant fit the description of a female that was involved in an incident. The Defendant then made a spontaneous statement of “here, take the bag” and handed the bag to the officer. The Defendant was placed into custody for retail theft.

Case: F20-0314 | 2020

Aggravated Assault with a Firearm – Charges Dismissed

At 12:41 AM, law enforcement was dispatched in emergency mode to a motel where the Defendant was seen making threats with a gun. The officers spoke to the Defendant and the victim. The Defendant stated that he met the victim through a dating website and they agreed to meet at the location to “chill”. The Defendant stated that an argument had ensued because the victim left for an extensive period of time and returned with an unknown male. The Defendant and the unknown male had a physical altercation which resulted in the Defendant fleeing to his vehicle to retrieve his firearm. The victim stated that she had asked the Defendant to leave after she declined intercourse but he refused. The Defendant pointed his gun and threatened to kill the victim and the unknown male. The victim began to run in fear for her life when the Defendant started to chase her with his gun pointed, while shouting “I’m going to kill you and that b****”. The Defendant was arrested and transported to a correctional facility.

Case: F20-0579 | 2020

Felony 2nd Degree Grand Theft and Organized Fraud – Charges Dismissed

At 10 AM, an individual reported to police that after he conducted an audit for solar panel batteries used inside Miami Dade County bus stop shelters, he discovered that between March 2019 and July 2019, a total of 226 solar panel batteries were stolen from 113 bus stop shelters, totaling a $56,000.00 loss of property. Upon further investigation, the Defendant was identified as the person who stole the solar panel batteries. The Defendant was taken into custody after he was seen pulling out of his driveway in the vehicle that was used to help facilitate the theft of the batteries.

Case: F20-4504 | 2020

Felony Battery on Police Officer and Resisting Arrest – Charges Dismissed

At 9:01 PM, detectives were walking southbound on Ocean Drive when they noticed a small group of females with an open container of alcohol. The officers commanded that they turn the bottle over but the group refused. The detectives attempted to place one of the individuals in custody but the Defendant interfered. The Defendant pulled at the detectives’ hands to prevent them from handcuffing her friend. Once the detective managed to place the female in custody, the Defendant continued to interfere with the arrest. At that point, the detective stated that the Defendant was also under arrest. The Defendant was screaming and began to pull away from the detective. The Defendant freed one of her hands and began to flail her arms. The Defendant was taken to the ground where she began to kick and punch the detective multiple times. The Defendant then struck the detective in the right eye. The Defendant was arrested and charged.