According to court documents this morning, former Palm Bay City Councilman Pete Filiberto struck a plea deal with the State following his felony arrest for over 10 grams of cocaine, his 3rd DUI, refusing breathalyzer after previous suspension, driving on a suspended license with knowledge, no insurance, and no motorcycle endorsement.
Filiberto withdrew his previous plea of not guilty for the most serious charge, felony possession of cocaine, and entered a plea of no contest. He was sentenced to 24 months probation for the charge with adjudication withheld. If he completes his probation, he will not be considered a convicted felon.
All of the following charges were dropped:
Count 2: Refusing breathalyzer/DUI test after previously doing so before