The reading of the Miranda rights is not required for arrest.
The Miranda rights are required when two things happen: (1) when you're in custody AND (2) the police are going to question you. I have some information about Miranda on my web page (scroll down):
Once you are arrested and when the police begin to question you, you are then entitled to be read your rights before questioning begins. If the cops fail to read your rights then any answers you gave will not be allowed into court as evidense agaist you. This is the only remedy.In your case it does'nt appear to be an issue in I doubt you admitted to the crime or answered any questions. the mere fact of no reading of rights is of no signicance unless you made an admission of guilt.