Police officers and prosecutors are blaming each other a propos the lack of action from authorities around the alleged thievery of a cell phone by R&B celebrity Chris Brown on February 19 at Miami coast. Behind closed doors, the Miami-Dade County State Attorney’s Office as well as Miami Beach cops stating that the truth that Chris is not in custody is the mistake of other. Both criticize that the other is scared of Brown’s popularity.
Cops happen to be waiting for a warrant to arrest Brown for nearly a week, even though the five witnesses have stated that they have noticed Chris Brown taking an apple iPhone away from an admirer outside Cameo nightclub.
A senior State Attorney’s staffer stated on Thursday that “Why didn’t the police grow a pair and arrest him when the complaint was drawn? That’s how you do it.”
“We knew Chris Brown was about to leave town so we went to the State Attorney’s Office and asked for a warrant. They didn’t want to give us one because they claim there was a lot of work left” said a person from Miami Beach Police Department.
Prosecutors actually demanded for security camera recording of Brown at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach and few of his buddies in the Mandarin Oriental down-town Miami.
Brown got fed up that night as he noticed fans taking snapshots of him and two groupies. Brown’s friends affirmed that he didn’t like ex-gal pal Rihanna seeing the photos, with who he’s attempting to get back together.
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