Daniel Pullman is being held without bond at the main jail of the Broward Sheriff's Office. (KBI via Broward Sheriff's Office)
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A Key Biscayne Police officer’s curiosity after an unpaid bus fare led to the arrest of a Miami man wanted on charges of battery on a Hallandale Beach police officer.

On July 3, Daniel Edward Pullman, 48, refused to pay for a bus fee and to exit the bus in the 900 block of Crandon Boulevard. A Miami-Dade County Transit bus driver flagged down a Key Biscayne police officer on routine patrol. 

Pullman and the bus driver then parted ways, a police report says, after police defused the situation by removing him off the bus.

The officer then ran Pullman’s name through a database. The records search revealed Pullman — who by then sat in the bus stop area — had a June 15 warrant issued for his arrest after failing to show for a hearing in the 2021 battery case. 

Pullman is being held without bond at the main jail of the Broward Sheriff’s Office, according to an inmate search. 

BIILY JEAN LOUIS is the senior editor of the Key Biscayne Independent. A native of Port Au Prince, Haiti, Jean Louis  has worked for Bloomberg and the Baltimore Sun. He is a corps member of Report for America

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BIILY JEAN LOUIS is the senior editor of the Key Biscayne Independent. A native of Port Au Prince, Haiti, Jean Louis  has worked for Bloomberg and the Baltimore Sun. He is a corps member of Report for...