The 26-year-old was arrested at 5:35 a.m. on Saturday and charged with misdemeanor discharging a firearm in public, Miami Beach PD confirmed to NFL Media.
According to the incident report obtained by NFL Media, officers responded to a call after two shots were fired in the 500th block of Lenox Avenue in Miami Beach, following an argument between two males and a group of women near a parking garage.
Police later found the black Porsche a few blocks away. Quarless was alleged to be attempting to hide the gun in a potted plant near a local tavern. Police matched rounds from the gun to those found near the parking garage.
There were no injuries, according to police.
Quarless is still in police custody.
The tight end could be subject to discipline under the NFL's Personal Conduct Policy, pending the resolution of the chargers.
The latest incident could derail that leap coming to fruition.