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Five guys were arrested at a Five Guys Burgers and Fries in Florida after allegedly getting into a fistfight.
The Stuart Police Department announced the arrests on Facebook: “Five guys were involved in the fight, and those five guys found themselves under arrest.”
A witness said a cup was thrown and a door slammed in someone’s face before an “all-out brawl” broke out, according to an arrest report. The cause of the fight is unknown.
Three male juveniles and two adult men were charged and processed at the Martin County Jail for a first degree misdemeanor charge resulting from two or more people fighting in a public place and disturbing the peace.
Keith Morine and Loren Perine, of Stuart, who are both 18, were arrested and booked into the Martin County Jail, the newspaper reported. The three male minors were fingerprinted, booked into the jail and later released to parents.
A Florida man was arrested over the weekend after police officers caught him with cocaine on his nose at a traffic stop.
At around 4:30 a.m. local time on Sunday, deputies from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office pulled over a vehicle at a traffic stop in Tampa, Florida. When authorities approached the car, a deputy immediately noticed that a passenger in the car had a white powdery substance on his nose. Investigators recognized the powder as cocaine and the passenger was later identified as 20-year-old Fabricio Tueros Jimenez.
Deputies photographed Jimenez’s nose before swabbing the substance for a test, the results of which proved that the substance did contain cocaine. “Jimenez was arrested without incident but he attempted to tell the deputies the cocaine on his nose was not his,” according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. Of course, it’s not his. He was just keeping it there for a friend.
Authorities also found a backpack contained 250 grams of marijuana and 13 Xanax tablets after searching the vehicle and an additional small bag of cocaine in Jimenez’s possession.
A Florida man explained to the police officers who accused him of drinking while driving, that he was downing gulps of bourbon only when stopped at traffic signals and stop signs
The incident happened in 2018 and despite his explanation, Earle Gustavas Stevens Jr., 69, was arrested on a DUI charge following the incident in Vero Beach, according to an arrest report filed by the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office.
According to the arrest report, Stevens took pain medication at noon and started “actively drinking” at 2 p.m. He drove his Mercury Grand Marquis approximately 30 miles from Port St. Lucie to Vero Beach and at 5:28 p.m. was in a McDonald’s drive-thru, bumping the car in front of him, The Palm Beach Post reported.
Stevens told deputies that he has never had a valid Florida driver’s license. When authorities noticed an open bottle of Jim Beam in a brown paper bag, Steven allegedly said he “felt pretty good,”.
“(Stevens) further explained that he was not drinking while the car was moving and only when he stopped for stop signs and traffic signals,” deputies wrote in the arrest report.
Stevens failed a field sobriety report and was arrested. At the county jail, breath tests measured Stevens’ blood alcohol level at 0.153 — nearly twice the legal limit of 0.08 in Florida.