Crime Watch

Posted on 27 January 2011 by LeslieM

Deerfield Beach

Jan. 18 A purse with $11,000 in contents was stolen from a car on SW 3 Terrace.
Jan. 18 Frank Lovio-Capo was arrested for burglarizing a home on SW Natura Blvd and taking $8,000 jewelry. He was located in Miami.
Jan. 19 Jose Leon, a black male, was arrested on NW 2 Avenue for intercourse with a 14-year-old victim and is facing multiple charges.
Jan. 19 William Genova, of Pompano Beach, was arrested for cutting open packages inside Publix. He pulled a knife on the loss prevention officer and manager. A Lighthouse Point officer was actually in the store and helped out.
Jan. 20 Four A/C units were stolen from a home on SW 11 Street.
Jan. 20 Robert Burch on NW 1 Avenue, Deerfield Beach, was arrested for stealing a $600 Nikon.
Jan. 21 GNC, on S. Federal Highway, was burglarized when a door was pried open. $692 was taken from spots hidden around the restaurant.
Jan. 22 Shaun Crossley was arrested for theft, elderly exploitation, unlicensed contracting for $7,000 in fees to a CVE resident and not doing the work.
Jan. 22 Peterson Escarmont was arrested at Snappy’s when he refused to leave a loitering crowd outside Club 109, which was closed. 30 people were sent away and he refused to leave and was arrested.
Jan. 23 Gogeleo Mendez, of West Palm Beach, was arrested for dumping a wet vac with cleaning solution into a drain on W. Hillsboro Boulevard.

Deerfield – District 4

Jan. 22 Strong arm robbery at Walgreens, 1325 S. Military Trail, at 9:53 p.m. After shopping at Walgreens, victim exited the store and headed toward her car. As she did, an unknown black male attempted to grab her purse from her shoulder. Victim resisted and held onto her purse, yelling for help. The male pushed her to the ground and dragged her across the pavement, trying to pull the purse away from her. A second black male ran toward them, as though to help the first. Seeing this, two witnesses attempted to help the victim, one of them punched and kicked the first male. This caused him to release the purse and run south into the residential area. The second male seeing the Good Samaritans, ran north. One of the good Samaritans chased the first male south to the residential areas; he lost him over a fence. A perimeter was established. Canine and aviation responded. Suspects were not located. Victim had a minor injury to her hand; she declined rescue. Thanks to the good Samaritans, there was no loss of property. Walgreens has video of the suspects and will be providing it.
Jan. 21-22 Residential burglary in Deer Run, 3280 SW 33 Terr. Property is a vacant rental, under renovation. Property agent discovered an unknown person(s) had removed the A/C unit, cutting the power and copper tubing. The A/C unit had been bolted to a cement pad, attached to the building’s foundation. Deputy canvassed the neighborhood; no video or witness.
Jan. 19 Burglary conveyance at Independence Bay, 908 Republic Ct. Suspect entered unlocked vehicle No. 1 opened gas tank access door and poured sugar into it. Suspect attempted to pry open the gas tank access door to vehicle No. 2. Suspect also sprayed yellow paint around vehicles 1 and 2.
Jan. 19 Theft Auto (attempt) at 4870 N. Powerline Rd. (Wholesale Auto Radiator). Unknown suspect gained entry into vehicle, via prying object into the window frame. Suspect then entered vehicle, broke steering column and jammed unknown tool into ignition switch, but was unable to start the vehicle. Crime scene processed.

Lighthouse Point

Jan. 12 A women left her purse in the car at Dollar Tree, 3780 N. Federal Hwy.; it was left unlocked and the purse was stolen.
Jan. 13 An unlocked bike was stolen from a Lighthouse Point Publix.
Jan. 14 Burglars attempted to rob a home on NE 20 Avenue. Windows were broken, but nothing stolen.

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