Bartender’S Tip Leads To Arrest In Key West Buoy Burning

By Associated Press

Originally Published: January 16, 2022 9 a.m.

Key West resident Pedro Lara takes a selfie in front of the Southernmost Point as waves from Hurricane Irma crash over the wall on Sept. 9, 2017. The 20-ton concrete buoy, which marks the Southernmost Point of the U.S. and 90 miles to Cuba, is one of Key West’s famous landmarks. Tourists flock to the marker every day to take photos, snap selfies, buy a souvenir or two. (Miami Herald, Charles Trainor Jr. via AP, File)

Key West resident Pedro Lara takes a selfie in front of the Southernmost Point as waves from Hurricane Irma crash over the wall on Sept. 9, 2017. The 20-ton concrete buoy, which marks the Southernmost Point of the U.S. and 90 miles to Cuba, is one of Key West’s famous landmarks. Tourists flock to the marker every day to take photos, snap selfies, buy a souvenir or two. (Miami Herald, Charles Trainor Jr. via AP, File)

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