If our citys and counties law enforcement got anymore incompatine...or if anymore get arrested (cenral florida has lots of problems with police being arrested..usaly Capt. or above)....Im gona start to worry. The big surprise is that the guy gave them a fake name...bet thats a first in the Law Enforcement community... Murder Suspect Mistakenly Set Free From Local Jail (07/15/02) -- The man was wanted for murder, but deputies didn't know that until they'd already let him go. Deputies say the suspect gave them a fake name. And before they knew his true identity, he was a free man again. The suspect was in and out of sheriff's custody in just four hours time. The most obvious mistake is jail officers let him go before they knew who he was. Forty-two-year-old Frank Piacitelli is wanted for murder by Fort Lauderdale Police. An intelligence bulletin was issued to all state law enforcement to be on the lookout for the man. It gave his last known addresses, his aliases, his photo, the type of car he may be driving, even a tag number. In the early morning hours of Sunday, July 14th, a Brevard County Sheriff's deputy spotted the suspect walking along Malabar Road. He began questioning him and ended up arresting him for loitering and prowling and possession of marijuana. But the suspect gave a false name, and before deputies could verify who he really was through fingerprint checks, Mr. Piacitelli had already posted his $500 bail and was let go. Mr. Piacitelli was last seen driving a 1985 Black Mercedes 300e with Florida tag LP16K. Investigators here have checked all his known addresses and have been unable to locate the suspect. The sheriff's chief deputy says an internal investigation is now underway to determine where the breakdown was that led to this mistake. Jail officers clearly should have waited on fingerprint identification before releasing the suspect.