Mugshot of Ricardo Brutus, nephew of former North Miami Mayor Andre Pierre, following his 2012 arrest. Brutus was also arrested in 2011 on unlawful compensation charges.
Mugshot of Ricardo Brutus, nephew of former North Miami Mayor Andre Pierre, following his 2012 arrest. Brutus was also arrested in 2011 on unlawful compensation charges. Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Mugshot of Ricardo Brutus, nephew of former North Miami Mayor Andre Pierre, following his 2012 arrest. Brutus was also arrested in 2011 on unlawful compensation charges. Florida Department of Law Enforcement

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