Monroe County prosecutors dropped five driving-under-the-influence and property-damage charges against the son of a Miami-Dade County judge this week, but said in a court document that the teen continuously misled police about the identity of the actual offender who allegedly crashed into three cars in late June and got away.
Monroe County prosecutors dropped five driving-under-the-influence and property-damage charges against the son of a Miami-Dade County judge this week, but said in a court document that the teen continuously misled police about the identity of the actual offender who allegedly crashed into three cars in late June and got away. File photo
Monroe County prosecutors dropped five driving-under-the-influence and property-damage charges against the son of a Miami-Dade County judge this week, but said in a court document that the teen continuously misled police about the identity of the actual offender who allegedly crashed into three cars in late June and got away. File photo

Miami-Dade judge’s son won’t be charged for DUI, but state says teen misled police about crash

September 10, 2016 09:57 PM

UPDATED September 10, 2016 10:01 PM

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