BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Breanna Miralla of Serene Meadows Drive in Boca Raton is out of jail on a whopping $10,000 bond following her arrest on a contempt of court charge following an earlier arrest for “dating violence.”
BocaNewsNow.com does not routinely report on arrests for domestic battery, but a contempt of court charge leading to a $10,000 bond for violating an order of protection is a significant charge.
Miralla was originally arrested in early August when a Boca Raton Police officer wrote that he observed her striking a male. The original police report reveals that constructions workers near Palmetto Circle observed Miralla in a physical altercation with a male in a car. Police stopped the car which both Miralla and the male occupied. Miralla then assaulted the male — according to police — during the traffic stop.
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