According to the Miami Beach police report documenting the Andrew Gillum incident, at least nine law enforcement officials “responded” to the call, including three Captains.
The incident did not result in any arrests.
The presence of such high ranking law enforcement officials at the scene warrants comments about any contacts between officers and political officials related to the involvement of Andrew Gillum.
However, according to media reports, Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber stated, “There does not exist an active investigation surrounding this matter. I have no further comment.” It appears Gelber took no questions.
Campaign finance records show that Gelber, who is a Democrat, donated $1,000 to Gillum’s Florida gubernatorial campaign.
According to the report, two police officers – Gomez and MacDonald – initially responded to the hotel room “in emergency mode.”
The report then indicates that Sergeant Saygeh was notified. After this entry, the report notes that Lieutenant Armatrading, Sargent Fernandez, Detective Alvarez, and Detective Cabrera “responded.”
The final entry shows that Captain George, Captain Garcia, & Captain Morgalo “responded.”
The report also indicates that a photographer was on the scene and “BWC USED”. The “BWC” refers to Body Worn Camera.