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Dolphins wideout Brandon Marshall was briefly handcuffed and detained by cops in mid-November after he was accused of trying to ditch a $142 cab fare. Elgin Jones of the South Florida Times has the details about a story which is ultimately more odd than meaningful. “He didn’t know where he wanted to go,” Marshall’s cab…
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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall was briefly detained and handcuffed after refusing to pay a cab fare earlier this month.
The South Florida Times reported that Marshall was accused of not paying one cab driver and leaving the scene in another cab.
Marshall and his agent claimed the incident stemmed from a communication issue with the first cabbie, saying he could not...
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -- A report by the Broward Sheriff's Office says Miami Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall was briefly handcuffed and detained while deputies investigated a misunderstanding about a 142 cab fare.
Marshall eventually paid the fare and was released without being charged.
The incident, first reported by the South Florida Times, occurred early Nov. 14...
THAT'S NOT FARE
The Dolphins wideout and a Miami cab driver are involved in a dispute over what the cab driver says Marshall walked out of the cab without paying his fare.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall was temporarily handcuffed earlier this month after a dispute with two taxi drivers about a cab fare.
According to a Broward Sheriff's Office Event Report, on Nov. 14, taxi driver Yenbeve Saint-Remy waved down a deputy at Port Everglades regarding the passenger in his cab.
Saint-Remy told deputies that a dispatcher at Miami Springs...
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall was handcuffed and briefly detained at Port Everglades Monday after a dispute over an unpaid cab fair.
A report by the
Broward Sheriff's Office says Miami Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall was
briefly handcuffed and detained while deputies investigated a misunderstanding
about a $142 cab fare.
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