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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Miami-Dade Commissioner Jose ‘Pepe’ Diaz  plead not guilty Monday to driving drunk in Key West last month.

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Officers pulled over Diaz for speeding on September 19th, when he stopped the motorcycle he was riding fell as he failed to put the kickstand down, prompting officers to start a DUI investigation.

It all happened at 3100 North Roosevelt Boulevard. Diaz, 55, was coming back from an annual motorcycle event in Key West.

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Officers said Diaz was going 74 miles per hour in a 30 miles per hour zone.

Body cameras worn by Key West Police caught the stop and arrest on tape.

Following his arrest, Diaz released a statement saying, “Under advice of my legal counsel, I cannot discuss details at this time. However, I look forward to resolving this matter. In the meantime, I will continue to serve my community and the residents of District 12 as I have done for the last 24 years and I humbly ask for your patience during this time.” 

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Diaz was elected in 2002.