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Anyone with information information about that vehicle or who witnessed the crash is urged to call Traffic Homicide Investigator Chris Munro at Tag CFK, from the parking lot. The suspect handed the teller a note demanding money, and fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. Just prior to the call coming out, officers were in the area of the block of N.
Seacrest, and heard shots. Once in the block of N. Seacrest, they heard a few more shots. After checking the area, no evidence, suspects or victims were located. Two houses and a vehicle were struck by bullets. CSI responded and processed the scene. The purse contained numerous items including credit cards which were revealed to have been used immediately after the burglary at Wal-Mart Old Boynton. She yelled at the male to leave her residence at which point he fled out of the front door.
She immediately called and provided a description of the male. He was detained and later positively identified by the victim.
Pena was taken into custody and later tot PBCJ. Cinemark hours Officers responded to the area in reference to a disturbance called in by the detail units at the theater. Approximately juveniles had to be removed from one of the theaters for disrupting the movie. The juveniles remained in the area around the theater awaiting their rides. A second incident erupted in a separate theater at which point several dozen more juveniles emerged from inside.
They had to be physically separated and taken into custody. Both claimed to have been sprayed by the other. They were transported to BBPD for processing. The juvenile was charged with Affray and was released with an NTA to a parent. Transported to Bethesda where he was revived.
Federal Hwy hours Male found unconscious not breathing in a vehicle in the parking lot. Appeared to be accidental as a possible carbon monoxide poisoning. Victim advised she was waiting at the above address when she was approached by two unknown black males. One of the subjects grabbed her arm while the other subject grabbed her I-Phone 8 from her hand.
Both suspects were last seen running towards Meadows on the Green. Subject was tot Bethesda and is expected to make a full recovery. Officers responded to a vehicle accident with injures. The driver was trapped and removed by BBFR. He was also trauma alerted due to his altered mental status and was transported to Delray Medical Center.
THI and Crime scene responded to the scene. The driver is expected to survive as he had non-life threatening injuries. A search of the area yielded negative evidence or witnesses. Local hospitals were checked. All from what appear to be unsecured vehicles. One from Stonehaven and the other from SE 25th Ave. Victim honked at a white Toyota Camry stopped at a red light, failing to proceed when the light changed. Subject then left the area in the Camry. Suspect information developed, investigation on-going.
An adult male was found on the floor of the hotel room unconscious by a friend. The male had used heroin and cocaine. Fire rescue revived the male and transported him to the hospital. The victim was able to evade the rock however it struck his vehicle causing damage. The incident was captured on video surveillance.
Officers located the female unconscious with agonal breathing. Narcan was administered and the female was revived.
Fire Rescue transported the female to Bethesda Hospital for further treatment. Unconscious adult male located in bathroom near Mangrove Park with evidence of heroin use near him. Narcan was utilized and subject was revived and transported to Bethesda Hospital by fire rescue. Pulled side window out removed property. Property removed from unsecure vehicle. The caller told officers that he was surrounded by 4 black males who attempted to steal his money. The caller said he fought off the suspects and all four suspects ran into a nearby wooded area.
The caller then told officers that he believed the suspects were part of a motorcycle gang and all 4 suspects left the area on dirt bikes instead. Officers checked the area and did not locate any suspects or witnesses. The caller told officers that nothing was taken from him during the incident and he did not wish to prosecute if the suspects were to be located.
The caller then signed a Refusal To Prosecute Form. Schalk and partner IRO came across an occupied stolen vehicle while on patrol at the above location. The vehicle, a white Nissan Extera FL tag QBQ, was parked near the roadway and Ofc Schalk observed 5 males inside the vehicle occupying various area of the passenger compartment. There was no one in the driver seat. Officers converged and conducted a felony stop on the vehicle. All 5 males were taken into custody and charged with Trespass in a Conveyance.
One of the males was found to have a warrant and another was determined to be a runaway juvenile. Officers conducted post-Miranda interview of the subjects and officers discovered that the subjects were persons of interest or suspects in a string of vehicle burglaries that occurred in Palm Beach County. Arrest SE 2nd Ave. Victim did not want to prosecute, however; Monell was witnessed by responding officer, assaulting the victim while intoxicated.
Officers came across a two story building filled with thick smoke. There were multiple patrons and staff members in the building. Officers conducted an evacuation of the building. All patrons and employees were removed from the building without incident.
Male overdosed on heroin in a bathroom and a friend located him after hearing him fall to the floor. Male recovered and transported to hospital. The victim advised several power tools totaling approx. The item was a silver and black pressure cooker with the lid in the locked position. We secured a foot perimeter and redirected all traffic in the area until the Bomb Unit advised the scene was safe.
Register online at www. Assault Firearm NW 13th Ave hours Officers responded to the above address and met with the caller who wanted to report an Agg. Officers spoke to witnesses and were able to obtain a full name on the suspect. Officers compiled a photo line-up and returned to the address to administer the photo line-up.
The passenger ran off as the vehicle resumed fleeing from the officers marked police cars. An officer was able to apprehend Miles by deploying his Taser. The driver of the vehicle drove back to the initial location of the traffic and came to a complete stop.
The officers recovered the following items from inside of the vehicle: Glock 23 handgun, Oxycodone pills, and Marijuana Hashish oil. The caller said she left the vehicle unlocked and unknown person s ransacked the contents of vehicle. The complainant nothing was missing from her vehicle. Federal Hwy hours The victim told officers he was approached by a male who asked him for a cigarette. The victim said the same male approached him as he exited the store and snatched his wallet and cell phone from his hands.
Officers searched the area for the suspect and did not locate the suspect. No damage to vehicle. Nothing appeared to missing. Boynton Beach Blvd hours Officers responded to a delayed burglar to auto where a commercial vehicle was broken into. The officer was able to free his arm without being injured. Officers later located the vehicle on Ocean Parkway and attempted to stop the vehicle.
The vehicle fled from officers and the vehicle was found abandoned on Ficus Tree Rd. Officers saturated the area and subsequently apprehended Sims a short distance from the vehicle. Federal Hwy hours Officers responded to the report of an auto burglary at the Shell Gas Station. The victim said her vehicle was broken into while she was in the store. The victim cell phone was stolen from the vehicle.
Officers obtained video surveillance that showed a black male walking from the driver side of the vehicle. Federal Hwy Officers responded to the Intracoastal Park in reference to a stabbing. Officers met with an injured male who alleged to have been stabbed by another. Investigation revealed that the two subjects were fighting over a pocket knife and cut each other in the process.
It was also learned that the argument started when they accused each of splashing rain water onto their respective luggage. Both subjects were treated by BBFD Paramedics for non-life-threatening injuries and both parties signed refusal to prosecute forms. Federal Hwy hours Officers were dispatched to the above address to conduct a welfare check. Officers later met with a neighbor who had key access to the residence.
Officers checked the interior of the residence and discovered the resident deceased near the kitchen. Evidence at the scene pointed to a possible drug overdose. The victim believes she left the vehicle unlocked. Davis was arrested for said charge and released with an NTA. Officers responded to 1 non-fatal overdose call during the shift.
The keys for both vehicles were inside the Nissan pick-up. The truck was left unsecure. The suspect crashed into pole and parked vehicle as it fled the area. There should be heavy driver side rear damage.
Officers arrived on scene and observed the altercation taking place. Officers took Mosie Young into without incident. A wallet was taken from the center console. Five black males jumped inside the vehicle while the victim attempted to make a delivery.
The vehicle was eventually recovered in the blk of SW 4th Street. Congress Avenue Victim advised she left her purse on the front passenger seat of her vehicle while she went inside the gas station; when she returned to her vehicle she discovered the purse was missing. Tag HMGT68 which is registered to the above location. Units arrived at the residence and located the vehicle backed into the driveway.
Multiple subjects were taken into custody. Officers responded to the aforementioned address in reference to a shots fired call. Upon arrival they canvassed the area for any evidence to validate the call but met with negative results. Officers met with the call who said she heard 4 gunshots coming from the street behind her house. Officers canvassed the streets to the east and west of the above address. The officers did not locate any evidence of a shooting.
The victim said he went to the above area to pick up a friend when he was robbed at gun point. The victim said two unknown subjects entered his vehicle while he sat talking to his friend. The subjects then demanded his money while pointing a gun at him. One male had dred locks and the other had short cropped hair. The victim also said his friend ran from the scene when the robbery started.
Officers were not able to locate the friend. BBFD broke the rear window to gain access, due to the fact the vehicle was still running and the transmission was in drive. DUI Investigation was conducted by Ofc. Castro, pending blood results. Ocean Ave hours Officers were dispatched to the above address in regards to a delayed burglary. Officers met with the resident who reported a handgun stolen from within his residence. The victim who is the lone resident of the unit said no one was permitted to take the handgun from his residence.
There were no signs of forced entry into the apartment. No witnesses and suspect info were obtained. The victim said he was making a delivery at the above address when an unknown person stole his vehicle. Officers searched the area for the vehicle and were unsuccessful in locating the stolen vehicle.
The victim did not see the suspect. The victim only noticed his vehicle being driven away. While speaking with Hernandez Sanchez, he showed signs of impairment. DUI investigation was conducted and Ofc.
Hernandez Sanchez later provided a breath sample of. Sanchez was turned over to the Palm Beach County Jail. Officers responded to 2 non-fatal overdoses involving the same subject during the course of the shift. LA Fitness Door lock punched. Owner states vehicle was secure but there were no signs of forced entry. Ofc Bundrick was able to get a full confession from both subjects with their involvement to stealing the above mentioned vehicle.
Rice was also in possession of 0. Officers conducted a prostitution sting which resulted in 6 arrests. Victim stated that unknown suspect s forced entry to the residence and rummaged through items within the residence. Upon stopping; both juvenile suspects fled east into the residential area of NE 15th Ave on foot. A perimeter was established and both suspects were apprehended. One was charged with the grand theft auto and the other with resisting arrest without violence. Keys were in vehicle under the seat.
He attempted to make contact with the subjects in both vehicles but they fled into Clipper Cove. After a brief foot chase, 4 juvenile subjects were arrested.
One of the vehicles was confirmed stolen. The other was towed as abandoned pending making contact with the owner. The passenger, Barry Dobson Jr, was found to be in possession of 9.
Barry was released with an NTA. Between hours and hours her pink and black Smith and Wesson handgun was stolen from the vehicle. Officers canvased the area with negative results for any shell casings or victims. Local hospitals were also checked with negative results. Numerous lose items taken. Victim advised the vehicle was secured, however a spare key was left inside the vehicle. Victims stated they believed a spare key was left inside both of the vehicles.
Officers responded to the aforementioned address in reference to a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival they met with the victim who stated unknown persons had stolen his White Toyota Avalon bearing Fl. Tag Y47DZH sometime over-night. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim whom stated that she returned to her vehicle the next morning and found the vehicle passenger side door wide opened.
The vehicle was ransacked, but nothing appeared to be missing from the vehicle. Fed Hwy in reference to an auto burglary. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim whom stated that an unknown person entered his silver Toyota Camry FL tag Y25SDN and removed several items eye glasses, loose change. He further stated that nothing appeared to be missing from either of the vehicle, but wanted the incident documented.
Federal Highway Officer responded to S. Federal Highway in reference to an auto burglary. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim whom stated that an unknown person entered her unsecured red Mazda 3 FL tag MZU. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim who stated that his orange Jeep Renegade with FL JBQI62 was left unlocked and upon his return to the vehicle he realized his vehicle has been rummaged through.
Fed Hwy in reference to a delayed auto burglary. Victim stated that nothing was missing from the vehicle, but wanted the incident documented. A registration check revealed the vehicle to be stolen out of WPB. Search incident to arrest revealed a small amount of Heroin inside her purse.
She was also charged with one count of possession of contraband and tot PBCJ. The victim said he left his gray Jeep Cherokee unlocked overnight. The caller said unknown persons entered her unlocked vehicle during the night. The victim said her credit cards were stolen from inside the vehicle. Officers met with the victim who stated that an unknown person broke into his green Toyota.
The caller told officers that unknown persons entered his pick-up truck and stole various lawn equipment. The caller said she left her residence unsecured and unknown persons stole 2 flat screen televisions from within. Victim believes he may have left his vehicle unlocked. Victim advised that two 2 Hispanic males approached him at north side of the complex. One of the subjects pointed a small handgun towards his chest demanding his money and cell phone.
Both subjects last seen running southbound towards Gateway Blvd. Case turned over to Detective Bureau. Victim believes she may have left her vehicle unlocked. Officers canvassed the area and located 10 9mm and 14 40cal shell casings in the roadway in front of NW 1st street. Further investigation revealed the occupied house was struck along with a vehicle parked in the driveway.
No one inside the home was harmed. Officers made contact with a subject who had a reported warrant out of Miami Dade PD. Upon arrival, Officer Jennings discovered a Nissan Versa to be a parked and occupied. A records check revealed the vehicle to be stolen out of PBSO. The two occupants of the vehicle fled on foot. Officer pursued the driver and utilized his Taser without success. Officer lost visual of the suspect. Contact was made with the subjects in the food court of the mall. After a brief foot pursuit, Graham was taken down.
During the struggle that ensued, Graham battered Officer Acosta no injuries received. Officer Halpern sustained an injury to his back during the altercation and was transported to the hospital. Search incident to arrest revealed Finklea to be in possession of marijuana. The vehicle failed to yield and was last seen traveling north on I A short time later, the vehicle was recovered abandoned at Seacrest Blvd.
Vehicle was unlocked and rifled through but nothing appears to be missing. After 15 minutes driver called PD. It was found that the residence was vacant and the suspect was gone. Let's talk over dinner. Join us May 31 at 6 p.
Officers responded to the aforementioned location in reference to a strong arm robbery. Units located the vehicle at W. Boynton Beach Blvd where a felony stop was conducted. All three were positively identified and arrested.
D-Bureau and Crime Scene responded. All three were charged accordingly and tot PBCJ. Taken were Bose ear buds, and a personal dash board camera. Strong located said vehicle traveling northbound on Seacrest in the block. Tag CHH at the aforementioned location. The vehicle failed to yield and fled south bound on Federal Hwy. Units were unable to identify the driver of the vehicle. Entry was not made and male left prior to police arrival.
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Payment is required at the time of registration and refundable until July 3. Registration must be received no later than July 3, For more information, please contact Officer Rachel Loy at Officers responded to the above address in reference to a delayed robbery. Upon arrival, they met with the victim who stated they were robbed at gunpoint by two black male suspects and a heavyset black female.
The suspects then fled the area in a Black four door sedan. Officers responded to the above address in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival they met with the resident who stated a Gray Hyundai SUV had drove by and shot at the home and then fled the area.
Officers located three shell casings in the roadway; they also observed the front of the residence which had been struck three times. Units canvassed the area but met with negative results in locating the suspect. No one was injured during the above incident. Owner had it towed by Becks. Victim told officers that her Glock 23 black Ser SBK stolen from a file cabinet that was pried open. The victim suspects that her ex-husband broke into her home to steal the firearm and keys to a co-owned vehicle.
Officers stopped a vehicle silver SUV that was seen leaving the area upon their arrival. Officers learned that the occupants of the SUV went to the store to purchase illegal drugs from individuals standing outside of the store. The occupants said they were robbed of the their money by a black male wearing a white t-shirt and shorts.
The driver of the vehicle said he attempted to run after the male suspect when another subject started shooting in the area.
The victim did not see the subject doing the shooting and the victim was not sure if he was being targeted by the shooting. Officers were able to recover shell casings in the area of W.
Crime Scene responded and collected the shell casings. The victim who is a Walmart employee told officers that he went to check on his vehicle during his lunch break when he noticed a shattered window to the rear of the vehicle. Approximately one hour later, the vehicle was recovered unoccupied by Lantana PD.
Pelican Point hours Between and , unknown suspect entered the clubhouse through the south door without damaging it. Once inside they stole the video surveillance system and monitor. They also used billiard balls to break out several windows and smashed the ping pong table in half.
Club house had been cleaned prior to officers arrival so crime scene was negative. Ocean Ave hours Officers responded to the area in reference to a large fight.
Officers met with the victim who reported to have been robbed by multiple juveniles. The victim was not able to identify his attackers. The juveniles ran from the area prior to police arrival. The victim told officers that he came to the area to purchase illicit drugs from a male who ended up robbing him. Dwelling NE 6th Ave hours Officers responded to the area in reference to a shooting. Investigation revealed that an unknown male was shooting at a passing gray Dodge Charger.
The occupants of the vehicle returned fire at the male. It was discovered that two residences were struck by gunfire in the process. No residents were injured. Local hospitals were checked for anyone with gunshot wounds. No suspect info or additional vehicle info available. Crime Scene responded and processed the scene.
Officers attempted to stop the vehicle but the driver fled from officers marked police vehicle. At the same time, a pedestrian approached an officer at the scene to report a carjacking. Officers pursued the vehicle into Boca Raton until it was discovered that the vehicle being pursued was in fact not the vehicle which has just been carjacked from the pedestrian.
In addition, no victims of a shooting came forward at the above address. Officers immediately stopped the pursuit on I and returned to the City. The vehicle was last seen returning northbound on I and exited into Delray Beach. Complainant advised that a white Mercedes C, Fl tag Y67DZM, belonging to an acquaintance was stolen sometime between and Officers responded to Bethesda Hospital in reference to a gunshot victim with non-life threatening injuries.
Upon arrival investigation revealed man had accidentally shot himself in the leg with his 9mm Ruger. Crime Scene responded; no charges were filed. Woolbright Road in reference to a delayed burglary to auto. There was no damage to the Honda, and nothing was stolen. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim whom stated that between hrs. The suspects removed batteries from each of the trucks listed.
Blvd hours Officers responded to the above address reference a call of several shots fired. Officers canvassed the area with negative evidence. The victim was unable to provide any information on a suspect or items taken, and there was no damage to the vehicles. Federal Hwy hours Officers responded to the above address in reference to a burglar alarm. Officers met with the business representative who told officers that he received a call from the Alarm company and decided to go check on the business himself.
When the business rep arrived, he noticed a broken window at the rear of the business which prompted him to call police. Officers checked the interior and no suspects were located inside the business. It was determined that nothing was taken from the business. Evergreen Cir hours Officers responded to the above address in reference to suspicious persons.
Officers checked the area and were not able to locate the suspicious persons. Officers discovered multiple unlocked vehicles were broken into during their investigation. The first subject, a juvenile, was processed at BBPD and turned over to the custody of his parents. Victim stated that unknown suspect s entered his unsecured vehicle and stole property from within. Victim stated that she awoke to her daughter fleeing from the residence. The daughter does not have any legal right to be on the property, and has been previously trespass warned and evicted.
Federal Hwy hours The victim advised that during the earlier morning hours approx. The incident was captured on surveillance cameras located throughout the business. The caller stated that the subjects were able to start the Bobcat and were last seen northbound on Railroad Ave. Officers responded to the area but were unable to locate the Bobcat or the suspects.
Wright was detained as officers worked to determine ownership of the Bobcat. Several bystanders approached the scene of the stop indicating that vehicles had been struck by the Bobcat in the area of Cherry Hill.
They did not provide descriptions of said vehicles. Officers canvassed the area but did not locate any vehicles that appeared to have been damaged. Contact was ultimately made with the company, Sunbelt Rentals, who owned the Bobcat and they declined to prosecute ref. The vehicle was towed from the scene and Wright was released. When he awoke this morning his BMW i was missing. The car was pinged at Ft.
Waiting to see if BSO recovers it. Tag NKR taken between yesterday and this date. We took a report a few days ago of a new and potentially very dangerous scam that everyone needs to know about. The victim said she received a call from a woman who worked for a company called Service for Bank of America and Regions Bank. She informed the victim that her accounts were accidently charged and a refund would be issued.
An hour later, a man wearing a blue suit arrived at her home and she gave him four credit cards, as well as the PINs for each of them. She then called us. While we investigate this fraud, we want everyone to talk to their loved ones about it. Do not give out your personal information over the phone, and do not give anyone your credit cards and PIN. Your safety — personal and financial — is our greatest concern. Please share this information with everyone you know.
Officers responded to a delayed burglary at the aforementioned address. Upon arrival they met with the victim who stated unknown person s gained entry into their residence by unknown means. Victim states he left the spare key fob in the glove box. Pig Stye hours Sometime during the night unknown suspects made entry into the business, possibly through an unsecure rear door.
Once inside, a hole was cut in the ceiling and entry was made into the check cashing store. Nothing appeared to be missing but extensive damage was done to the roof and ceiling of both businesses.
Unknown person forcefully opened the rear door of the residence between and hours. Records revealed it was reported stolen out of Broward S.
Vehicle would not stop and he terminated his attempt to stop it since the vehicle was driving recklessly. One report of shots fired in the area but no evidence or witnesses located. Subjects failed and ran northbound. The attempt to stop the vehicle was terminated since it was only a traffic violation. The vehicle was last seen entering I The vehicle is an Enterprise rental and may be associated with NE 3rd Ct. Unknown person entered the shed within the fenced curtilage of the residence and stole several lawn tools.
Jaycee Park Officer Esteves located an occupied vehicle in the closed park. Officer Castro responded to an occupied vehicle haphazardly stopped in the front yard of a residence.
The employee was attempting to prevent the suspect from leaving and then tried to grab control of the bicycle the suspect fled on. No evidence was located. Chesterfield Dr hours Officers were summoned to the resident following the report of a missing and endangered adult. Officers determined the adult female was in imminent danger and requested the assistance of PBSO helicopter in addition to a K-9 bloodhound.
The missing female was later found deceased by Ofc. Officers met with the residents and initiated an investigation into a child abuse allegation. Officers discovered that the father of a 17 year old child administered excessive corporal punishment. Seacrest Blvd hours Officer Dennis Castro was on patrol at the above location when he observed a vehicle displaying an erratic driving pattern.
At one point, the vehicle started driving northbound in the southbound lane. Castro conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the driver.
Following contact with the driver, Ofc. Mooney was turned over to the Palm Beach County Jail. Upon inspecting her residence, she noticed the front windows broken with a brick in the middle of her living room. Officers canvassed the neighborhood for witnesses and video cameras which produced negative results for both.
When a unit pulled behind it and activated their lights vehicle took off southbound. All efforts to stop the vehicle were ended but the vehicle was observed crashing at SW Congress Blvd.
The driver ran from vehicle into Clipper Cove and was able to get away. Vehicle was an unreported stolen from Crabapple Circle. When the victim told him no the male punched him in the face. When she checked the parking lot, she was unable to locate the vehicle.
She believes a student entered her office and removed the keys from her purse. The suspect committed said burglary while her husband was asleep in the residence. Williams was released from the scene with an NTA. Officers attempted to make contact with the vehicle owner however met with negative results. Additional charges to follow pending contact with the vehicle owner. The vehicle entered I southbound accelerating away from Officer Rivera.
She discontinued her efforts as the vehicle continued southbound. A records check revealed the vehicle to be a Hertz rental. No evidence of shots being fired was located. Local hospitals were checked for victims. No criminal charges will be filed against the parents of a 4-year-old boy found in the Clipper Cove apartment complex this morning. The investigation has determined that this was accidental. The family moved into the apartment on Southern Cross Lane yesterday.
They went to sleep, and it appears that the child woke up, was confused about where he was, and wandered outside. He was discovered around 2: A teacher also recognized the child she saw on the TV and called his mother. Family members came to the police department, where they were reunited with the child. Officers then brought him back to his home. The investigation did not find any signs of neglect in the home. The Department of Children and Families was notified per protocol.
We would like to thank the media for getting this information on air and online so quickly because it played a pivotal role in reuniting this child with his parents. We would also like to use this opportunity to encourage parents to put a chain lock at the top of the front door to prevent a young child from going outside in the middle of the night. Nothing appeared missing from the trailer however the security seal to secure the trailer was broken off. Officers established a perimeter and attempted to search the area for said subjects.
A Chevy Silverado was located with the driver side door open and the middle console open. It appeared it was the same group from Live Oak Lane. A Chevrolet 4 door was located with the driver side door open. Officers were unable to make contact with the victim. PBSO Eagle responded to assist in searching the area for the subjects with no success.
Bay 7 Sea Horse Contract. Unknown person pried open the latches of a work trailer, stealing a hammer and scraper from within.
The items were located near another bay in an attempted business burglary. Entry was not made. The female had a history of opiate drug abuse. Officer Daley knew this vehicle to be stolen out of Coral Springs due to the fact it has fled from officers in the past. Daley attempted another stop on the vehicle; however, it failed to yield and entered I Southbound. Tag Y96KNF fail to yield at a posted stop sign. When she initially attempted to stop the vehicle, it failed to yield.
When additional back up units arrived, the vehicle finally came to a stop at NW 4th St. Search incident to tow located several pills of Hydrocodone and a 1x1 baggie of powdered cocaine. He was subsequently charged accordingly and tot PBCJ. CPR had been administered by a friend.
Victim expected to make full recovery. The victim told officers that his residence was burglarized while he was out of town. The victim suspected that a friend left his door unlocked after the friend checked on his residence while he was away.
Officers responded to 1 non-fatal overdose during their shifts. Several power tools were stolen from within. Nothing of value was taken. Congress Ave hours Officers responded to the parking lot of Buffalo Wild Wings in reference to a burglary in progress. Officers met with the victim who told officers that she saw an unknown black male inside of her vehicle.
The victim said she confronted the male as the male was rummaging through the contents of her vehicle. The male ran southbound prior to the victim calling police. Officers searched the area for the suspect with negative results. Officers processed the vehicle and recovered a partial latent print from the front passenger side door. The window from the front passenger door was broken and a wallet was stolen from the vehicle.
The suspect dropped the wallet as he ran and the victim recovered the wallet from the parking lot. They had previous knowledge of the above vehicle being stolen out of PBSO jurisdiction. A traffic stop was conducted and after further investigation Bonner was arrested for GTA. Search incident to arrest yielded a small amount marijuana and also an active traffic warrant. He was charged accordingly and tot PBCJ. Several extra patrols conducted at Elementary schools throughout the city.
No significant events to report. At the beginning of the evening shift, units battled inclement weather which disabled the majority of the traffic lights at intersections throughout the City. Tag Y70LEV taken between and hours this date.
Very busy morning with multiple crashes and disturbances. Extra patrols conducted at Elementary schools in the city. The keys were not with the vehicle.
Ln hours Victim reported a burglary to her gray Mercedes C The burglary occurred overnight while the vehicle was left unlocked.
The vehicle was ransacked but nothing was stolen from within the vehicle. Federal Hwy hours Officers responded to a burglar alarm at Clear Copy located at the above address. Officers found a broken window and opened door at the rear of the business.
Officers checked the interior of the building and did located anyone inside the business. The business representative responded and informed officers that nothing was taken from inside the business. Officers responded to 1 Non-Fatal overdose over the course of the shift. Unknown person vandalized an eastward facing glass door by striking it several times with rocks and a misappropriated traffic control sign. The glass was shattered, but intact. Occupants of two separate vehicles were observed shooting at each other, but they were not located.
Several shell casings were located from the exchange. Vehicle is not recovered at this time. Officers responded to the aforementioned address in reference to an in progress fraud. Further investigation revealed both items were taken in a Burglary during incident on April 5th, Both Adorno and Martinez were arrested and charged accordingly.
They were subsequently tot PBCJ. Officers responded to the aforementioned address in reference to a delayed Burglary to Auto. Upon arrival officers made contact with the victim who stated unknown person s entered her unsecured Black Audi bearing FL. The victim advised that it appeared that the suspect rummaged through the center console and glove compartment but did not take anything.
Officers met with the victim who showed officers two broken windows at the rear of the residence. The victim said nothing appeared to be missing from within the residence. The victim also said the suspect s did not make entry into the home. The officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but discontinued when the vehicle entered I northbound at Gateway Blvd northbound ramp.
Shortly after, an officer was about to exit from I at Hypoluxo Rd. The vehicle had heavy front-end damage, apparently from striking the center concrete barrier wall. The occupants had vacated the vehicle prior to police arrival and it was initially unknown where they went.
FHP arrived to conduct the accident investigation. The vehicle was left unlocked. Officers did several extra patrols at the elementary schools in the city. Officers made contact with the driver of the vehicle who displayed physical evidence of inebriation.
Officers and BBFR personnel educated the male about the dangers of an open flame in the backyard. BBFR personnel put out the backyard fire and left the residence. Shortly thereafter, the male started a new trash-filled fire pit in the backyard. Officers responded back to the residence and placed the male under arrest for violation of City Code of Ordinance b. Williams, resisted officers during his arrest.
An officer deployed his X Taser in order to subdue Williams. Officers responded to 1 non-fatal overdose during the course of the shift hrs Delayed Burglary Residence N. Unknown persons entered the vacant residence and destroyed several walls while taking copper pipes within. An appliance was also stolen. Incident occurred sometime within the last several months. Female was lethargic and disoriented and was purported to have used an Opiod substance.
The male then admitted to utilizing the same substance and requested medical assistance. Police are investigating the armed carjacking of a year-old West Palm Beach man Tuesday night in the parking lot of the Boynton Beach Mall. They demanded he get out of the car, which he did, and then one of them drove out of the mall parking lot onto Congress Avenue.
Responding officers saw the car in the eastbound lanes of Boynton Beach Boulevard at the I overpass. The suspects got out of the car and jumped the guardrail, running down the embankment and across the railroad tracks. The suspects are described as black males, years of age wearing dark clothing.
One of the males had medium length dreadlocks. The Camry was returned to the victim, who was not injured. The investigation into the carjacking continues. Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Tips can also be submitted via our MyPD app and at www.
You can remain anonymous. Officer Rivera was on patrol in the aforementioned area and attempted a traffic stop on a Silver Nissan Altima bearing Fl.
The vehicle failed to stop and entered I NB where the stop was terminated. The registration check yielded negative results in identifying the driver and a place of residence....
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