Key West, FL (July 25, 2019) – Police arrested a 42-year-old identified as Angel Arley Mederos for felony battery on an officer and resisting arrest.
The incident, according to police, took place at the Key West International Airport. Mederos was booked in the Stock Island Detention Center but released the next morning without bond.
A deputy allegedly took Mederos that he needed to surrender his Secured Identification Display Area badge due to the fact that he was not allowed in certain areas at the airport. Mederos became angry and refused to comply. He then shoved the officer while he was walking out into a public area of the terminal.
Mederos has since been booked on battery charges. He has since been withheld from service at the airport.
Key West Battery Laws
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