Miami Beach Cop Canned

Kick to Belly Gets Miami Cop Fired

North Miami. Aggravated battery was the charge that led to a North Miami police officer getting canned from her job. According to arrest reports, the female beach cop kicked an eight-month pregnant woman in the stomach during a street fight that broke last Wednesday night on a busy North Miami intersection. Though it remains unclear what led to the kicking melee, official statements hold the Miami Beach officer liable for the aggressive assault on the pregnant woman, who was rushed to a local hospital after allegedly suffering contractions. The officer, who joined the force about a year ago, was immediately suspended by the Miami Police Chief. In the meantime, police internal affairs will conduct a more thorough investigation as the victims attorney’s prepare their liability case, both of which will determine the fired officer’s fate. On the bright side for the suspended officer, the woman she kicked in the stomach gave birth to a healthy baby, and she will receive full pay while serving her suspension.

According to Section 784.021, Florida Statutes, Aggravated Assault is ruled when a victim suffers intentional violence, either verbally or physically, and may or may not include an object that can be used to provoke fatal injury. If you, a loved one, or family member has suffered Personal Injury, property damage, or loss as a result of aggravated assault or battery, the Perazzo Law Firm urges you to contact us Online or Call (786) LAWS-411 for Free initial consultation.


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