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-"An up-and-coming Miami pop singer with slick looks and a Sony recording contract has been charged with vehicular homicide in a horrific hit-and-run crash near Key Biscayne. 
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-Carlos Bertonatti, a 28-year-old who lives on Key Biscayne, was arrested January 17, 2009 near his battered Volkswagen after a short police chase. 
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-Police say Bertonatti was drunk when he slammed into Christoper Lecanne, a 44-year-old South Miami cyclist, then sped away with Lecanne's bike lodged under his front fender as the biker lay bleeding to death next to the road." 
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-[url=http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/crossfade/2010/01/carlos_bertonatti_fatal_dui_key_biscayne.php]More Info Here[/url] 
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-[url=http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/bertonatti%20a-form.pdf]Arrest Report[/url] 
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-[url=http://egvsys.metro-dade.com:1608/wwwserv/crts/IPSAWISD.DIA?BALPHA=0&BGAMMA=0&PAGEDIR=F&PAGEN=0&PROCESS=D&L_NAME=Bertonatti%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20&F_NAME=Carlos%20%20%20%20%20%20&M_NAME=%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20&INITIME=62&NAME=BERTONATTI,%20CARLOS%20G%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20&IMTLOC=PTDC%20%20%20%20&ALPHA=10241696&GAMMA=39&DELTA=473538]Miami-Dade Corrections Data[/url] 
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Carlos Bertonatti grew up between his native Caracas, Venezuela, the ski slopes in Bariloche, Argentina, and his current home, Miami, FL. Carlos Bertonatti grew up between his native Caracas, Venezuela, the ski slopes in Bariloche, Argentina, and his current home, Miami, FL.

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Carlos Bertonatti grew up between his native Caracas, Venezuela, the ski slopes in Bariloche, Argentina, and his current home, Miami, FL. To indulge his passion for music, Carlos began playing guitar as a teenager and slowly but surely has captured the hearts of many with his uniquely sexy voice and his captivating good looks. In 2005 Carlos teamed up with Miami based Multi-Platinum producer Chris Rodriguez (link to www.crodmusic.com) who immediately recognized his talent and began the recording process. They have been writing and creating an amazing first album compiled of great catchy songs that mix eclectic instrumentation, Latin percussion, and Hip-Hop. Songs like "123," "Silly Thing" and "Sugar" capture his playful and mischievous side, while "A Million Miles," "Ordinary People," and "Smile" show his more reflective and profound thoughts through more classic and passionate melodies. The album, which Bertonatti has titled "On a Shoestring...," has an extremely fresh and original sound that is symbolic of the passion and dedication that its creators have put into it.