Liara Quinn Harmon

CLAIM: Delray Beach Woman Used Crack Cocaine, Said “Mean Things” On $5M Farm

Delray Beach Florida News Palm Beach County

VICTIM: “While Ms. Harmon Was Hitting Him, She Was Saying Mean And Hurtful Things.”

UPDATE: New Details On Double Arrest Of Liara Harmon.

Liara Quinn Harmon
Liara Harmon, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.


DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Liara Harmon allegedly was using crack cocaine and drinking in the home on a $5M Wellington farm before she said “mean things” to the owner and tried to set it on fire. She was arrested twice by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office as their investigation uncovered new claims over two days.

According to official documents reviewed by, Harmon was on the To-Kalon Farm at 13075 57th Place South in Wellington and hanging out with owner Jeremy Justin Nickel who provided this narrative to PBSO.

“Mr. Nickel advised last night on August 2, 2022, at approximately 2200 hrs. he and his ex-girlfriend Liara Q. Harmon were both inside his residence and Ms. Harmon started to drink and use crack cocaine. Mr. Nickel stated Ms. Harmon has been staying with him off and on since she got kicked out of rehab approximately 2 weeks ago but has her own apartment, he stated she does not live at this residence.

Mr. Nickel stated on August 3, 2022, at approximately 0200 hrs. Ms. Harmon started to become verbally and physically aggressive with him. Mr. Nickel stated Ms. Harmon had slapped him with open hands in the face multiple times and had shoved him in the chest with open hands multiple times.”

Mr. Nickel stated, “While Ms. Harmon was hitting him she was saying mean and hurtful things.” But he refused to repeat what she was saying to him. Mr. Nickel stated that Ms. Harmon was throwing and breaking items around the house. Mr. Nickel stated at that time he decided to leave the residence to not allow the situation to escalate further, he went to his other house in Ft. Lauderdale.”

That led to Harmon’s second arrest in 24 hours. She was taken into custody just a short time after being released following her first arrest for other incidents at the To-Kalon Farm, documented this way by PBSO:

“(The property owner told Deputies that) Liara Q. Harmon who does not reside at this residence was “inside destroying the house and wanted her removed from the property” then advised over the camera system “that she was currently lighting the bedroom on fire please get in now”. Deputies made contact with Ms. Harmon at the front door which was made of see-through glass, she was smoking a cigarette inside the residence and screaming at deputies. At that time, the inside of the house appeared Smokey and hazy indicating a possible fire inside. Palm Beach County Fire Rescue responded or forced entry into the residence for the possible fire. Fire Rescue made entry into the residence allowing deputies to clear the residence. Deputies located Ms. Harmon inside the master bedroom where she was ordered to leave the residence. Ms. Harmon told deputies she was not going to leave and sat on the ground. Deputies detained Ms. Harmon placing her in handcuffs which were checked for proper fit and double locked and removed her from the residence to allow fire rescue to clear the house for a possible fire.

While Ms. Harmon was being escorted outside the residence by myself and (another Deputy), Ms. Harmon swung her left heel back and kicked me in my left shin. Ms. Harmon immediately threw herself onto the ground and continued to scream and Nail her legs. When Ms. Harmon refused to stop throwing herself on the ground and flailing her legs, myself (and several other Deputies) had to use Pain Compliance Techniques to place Ms. Harmon in a hobble so she could be transported without further injury to herself and deputies. I held Ms. Harmon’s arms behind her back, (another Deputy) held her torso to the ground, and (a Sgt.) placed her right knee on Ms. Harmon’s inner right thigh to gain pain compliance and prevent her from pulling her legs away. At that time Ms. Harmon was placed under arrest.”

Liara Harmon was booked into the Palm Beach County first on August 3, 2022 at 7:31 a.m and released on $6,000 bond at 10:45 p.m. She was charged with battery on an officer and resisting an officer with violence. Harmon was arrested again at 1:32 a.m. on August 4th and charged with battery. She was again released at 1:37 p.m. Court dates are pending.




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