Arrest Information

Dade County

Richard Harleston

Arrest Information
Full Name: Richard Harleston
Date:
Time: 6:14 AM
Total Bond: $5500
Personal Information
Arrest Age:37
Current Age: 40
Gender: Male
Birthdate: 04/22/1974
Height: 6'01"
Weight: 245 lbs
Hair Color: BLK
Eye Color: BRO
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Charges
  • #1 CONSUME/SELL/POSN/ALC BEV/PUB PLACE/MIA BCH

    BOND: $500

    NOTES: RLSE ON OWN RECOGN ROR CNT1&2 EACH ORAL COURT DATE GIVEN 12/19/11

  • #2 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE/IMITATION/SALE, MANUFACTURE

    BOND: $5000

Comments

  • #1 Joe

    lansky Dont believe this bull!@#$%... Mofo's want to arrest a Miami Beach resident for drinking in public on Thanksgiving weekend..If that's not the biggest case of racial profiling I dont know what is!.. Drinking in public on Ocean Drive.. Everybody and their mother drinks in public on Ocean Drive..especially people who live on Collins which is one block from Ocean!

    01/18/2012 - 16:14
  • #2 Kells

    RE: No offense and I feel you as far as something seeming like it's ok but then you or someone you know gets jammed up doing it. The fact remains that it is still illegal.

    01/19/2012 - 12:06
  • #3 Shangela

    Open container is against the law on Miami Beach, if he can't abide by the law maybe he should move back to Overtown.

    01/21/2012 - 15:13
  • #4 Joe

    lanksy Open container or is it drinking in public...they are too different charges number one... and number too it's "THANKSGIVING WEEKEND!!!" on southbeach... you couldn't give him a break?? a warning. And it's a city ordinance not a law!

    01/26/2012 - 16:31
  • #5 Joe

    lansky And that was the problem in the first place. This guy is a Miami Beach resident but his license said Overtown. This guy lived and worked on Miami Beach. And, an ordinance is a city law that cannot go against the Supreme law of the land "The Constitution". Drinking in public/open container laws have been found unconstitutional in the state of florida in other jurisdications as well as PROFILING!.. click here to read about a case in Jacksonville Florida where a judge deemed these laws unconstitutional and lifted the law during superbowl weekend.....this Miami Beach case happen Thanksgiving weekend. The Miami Beach police should be thankful to still have jobs!..lol..click here--> http://jacksonville.com/tu-online/stories/102806/met_laws.shtml

    01/26/2012 - 16:58
  • #6 Bill Warrant

    landscape You arrested this guy during Thanksgiving weekend for open container. You didn't know that this guy lived two blocks from where you arrested him. You also didn't realize that this guy has kids, family and friends that can view this record when googling his name. The charge that you gave him was thrown out of court. However, this record still appears on the internet jeopardizing his reputation. It's been over two years now that this record has been staining his reputations via the internet. And you officers go on about your life as if your doing a good job.

    05/08/2013 - 05:32
  • #7 springerlacksadinger

    Don't do the crime if you can't do the time on the internet.

    05/08/2013 - 19:40
  • #8 TheRealAnon

    The officers were doing their job. If the case got thrown out, that has nothing to do with the cops. Same with this website, it's not ran my any officers.

    If you don't want a mugshot, then don't be a criminal loser.

    05/08/2013 - 20:39
  • #9 response

    listen open container on southbeach??? During Thanksgiving weekend??? Mug shot on internet??? you cannot be serious with yourselves.. and the next time a cop gets killed or one of you internet site owners get smacked in the face in front of your kids dont complain...

    06/07/2013 - 02:49

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