A Miami couple is asking a judge to force the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to remove their teenage daughter’s arrest record for stealing a can of Coca-Cola from its publicly accessible, online database.

The record details the Oct. 15, 2006, arrest of then 13-year-old G.G. for shoplifting. It was the girl’s first arrest. Her parents’ names were not included in the complaint.

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