Friday, August 14, 2020 Local Media 472 Local news Officer’s actions caught on video in 2018 continue to be scrutinized Previous Article Biscayne Bay is dying without oxygen: ‘We need rapid intervention’ Next Article Uber Eats driver talks about why he recorded Wendy’s employee coughing on food An officer’s actions during a 2018 arrest are being scrutinized. Keeler Harris, who was arrested for driving a stolen car, was injured when the officer pulled on his handcuffed wrist, his attorney said. Harris’ face was on the floor when a police officer used his knee to hold him down after he had tried to get away from officers near Northwest 19th Avenue and 135th Street. Harris’ criminal history includes theft and battery on a law enforcement officer. Attorney Sebastian Ohanian said the officer’s use of force isn’t justified. Melba Pearson, a former prosecutor who is seeking to unseat Miami-Dade County State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle, said she agrees with Ohanian. Fernandez Rundle did not comment on the ongoing investigation. RELATED STORY: Video of Miami-Dade arrest shows officer kneeling on man who says ‘I can’t breatheThis Week In South FloridaIncumbent Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and challenger Melba Pearson discuss key issues on This Week in South Florida. Rate article No rating Rate this article: No rating Share Print Switch article Biscayne Bay is dying without oxygen: ‘We need rapid intervention’ Previous Article Uber Eats driver talks about why he recorded Wendy’s employee coughing on food Next Article Comment Collapse Expand Comments (0) You don't have permission to post comments.