Florida Keys superintendent arrested on misconduct charges
State Attorney Dennis Ward said the decision was made to arrest Acevedo based on testimony given to a grand jury, which indicted Acevedo Wednesday night.
Ward wouldn't elaborate on the charge, which is officially listed as obstruction of justice in Acevedo's booking information on the Monroe Sheriff's Office Web site.
For more details, see the Herald's full report.
UPDATE: Gov. Crist has suspended Acevedo from office. See his executive order.