Anna Elicia Perez and Mila Zuloaga Wiki – Biography
Anna Elicia Perez and Mila Zuloaga, a Florida police officer and her pregnant romantic competitor, were charged with violence for beating up a man they were both datings.
According to an arrest affidavit acquired by Fox News Digital, Miami-Dade Police Officer Anna Elicia Perez, 34, and Mila Zuloaga, 35, who is seven months pregnant, discovered they were both in a relationship with the same man. The enraged couple arrived at Miller’s Ale House in Palmetto Bay, about 15 miles south of Miami, at 12:43 a.m. on May 26 to confront their two-timing beau in the crowded sports bar.
“The defendant and co-defendant were involved in a verbal dispute with the victim regarding infidelity,” according to the complaint. The argument quickly turned into a public brawl. “[They] struck the victim on the face and upper body with their hands multiple times,” according to the police report. “The victim sustained redness to the face and a small bruise to the lower lip.”
Anna Elicia Perez, 34, and Mila Zuloaga, 35, years old.
Miami cop allegedly beat up cheating boyfriend with help from his pregnant lover
According to authorities, the women were arrested on one count of battery each. According to records, Perez was processed and transferred to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center, while Zuloaga was taken to the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Special Victim’s Bureau. Zuloaga is pregnant with the victim’s child and lives with him, but Perez believed she was in a monogamous relationship with the man, whose name was not published.
It was unclear how the women found out about each other. According to a spokeswoman for the Miami-Dade Police Department, Perez is suspended with pay pending the result of an investigation. Following the event, Miami-Dade Police Director Freddy Ramirez issued a statement. “I am dissatisfied with this officer’s activities.
“On and off duty, we are held to a higher standard of conduct,” he stated on Monday. “Although this officer was not on duty, her behavior was unacceptable and violated our department’s core values.” We will collaborate closely with the State Attorney’s Office to conduct an exhaustive and transparent investigation.” Perez’s attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Zuloaga’s lawyer could not be reached immediately.