The incident resolving itself on June 16 is not the only trouble Frank Biden has had with the law. Documents show Frank Biden has been arrested at least three times in the past eleven years, including for theft and driving under the influence. The
Miami New Times reported on the court documents:
Public documents of the August 2003 incident show Frank Biden was arrested on five charges, including DUI alcohol or drugs, driving without lights, improper turn, driving with a suspended license, and open container violation. According to the probable cause affidavit, Frank Biden hit another vehicle while impaired; once Officer Buttery made contact with Frank Biden, he exhibited signs consistent with being impaired by alcohol.
When Officer Buttery made contact with Frank Biden, the documents say he was standing at the driver’s door with the door open. Biden reportedly had red watery eyes, slurred speech, flushed face, and the odor of alcohol coming from his person, while not knowing where he was or where he came from.
Following initial contact, according to public record, Officer Buttery asked Frank Biden to submit to roadside DUI exercises, which included an HGN test, walk and turn, and finger to nose. Frank Biden failed all three tests, the documents show, almost falling on his fifth attempt of finger to nose.
At this point, documents assert Frank Biden was arrested and asked to submit a breath test. Prior to transport, the documents reveal, a search of his vehicle produced an open container of 375 ML of Popov Vodka.
In an October 2003 incident, public documents from Broward County show Frank Biden was arrested on one charge of petty theft at a Blockbuster in Broward County, Florida.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Officer French was dispatched to the South Pompano Blockbuster due to the report of a theft in progress. Upon arriving, documents allege Deputy Roberts and Officer French made contact with Frank Biden who was causing a disturbance at the cash register.
Per the affidavit, Frank Biden had paid for one DVD but was attempting to steal two DVDs which he had concealed in his pants. However, he was unable to steal the DVDs due to making contact with officers, documents indicate.
Lastly, in November 2003, more documents specify Frank Biden was arrested on a capias for violation of pretrial release for a prior DUI. According to the short arrest form, Officer Coker arrested Frank Biden on an active capias for the DUI charge.