Gunman accused of threatening Miami security guard

Mocobizscene-  According to Miami police, a 30-year-old guy drew a revolver on a security officer after she told him he couldn’t park inside a Brickell construction site, which made him furious. He then drove off.

Melvin Steven Calero, of southwest Miami-Dade, was taken into custody by police on Tuesday on a criminal accusation.Calero parked his Honda Accord within the 830 Brickell construction site on Friday, according to an arrest record, which is located at 830 Brickell Plaza.

According to the police, after the guard told him he couldn’t park there, there was an argument and Calero pulled a revolver. He allegedly threatened to shoot her, saying, “The only reason I’m leaving is to see my customers.” Authorities claim that the guard also recorded him waving a gun at her and saying, “You might get shot up over some stupid s—,” on a cellphone.

Calero was apprehended by police on Tuesday when they found him at his residence in the 3600 block of Southwest 92nd Avenue, in the Westchester neighborhood. Police claim he admitted to having a gun in his waistband to the arresting officer. They reported discovering a Glock 9 mm handgun.

He reportedly used his right to remain silent, according to the arrest report.

After a judge determined there was sufficient evidence to charge Calero with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, which also includes security officers, he was being held as of Wednesday on a $5,000 bond at Miami-Dade’s Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.

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