Miami-Dade Officer Accused Of DUI Told Trooper To "Let Him Go"Carey Codd
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PLANTATION (CBSMiami) – The brotherhood of the badge could not keep an off-duty Miami-Dade Police officer out of the back of a trooper’s patrol car, despite the officer’s repeated pleas, according to dashcam videos released by the Florida Highway Patrol.
The Florida Highway Patrol arrested Albert Coriat, a member of the Miami-Dade Police Department since 2002, for DUI on the Florida Turnpike near Plantation last month.
“I thought we were all brothers,” a handcuffed Coriat told the trooper arresting him.
The video shows Coriat doing all he can to avoid going to jail for DUI…
“I would tell someone to come pick me up. Why the (expletive) do you have to (unintelligible).Do you know what you’re doing to me? Do you know what you’re doing to me?” Coriat asks the trooper.