Crime Watch

Posted on 26 May 2011 by LeslieM

DEERFIELD BEACH

May 16 About $6,000 in computer equipment was taken from a business on South Federal Highway.

May 16 Frank Moore was arrested at 553 E. Sample Rd. outside a pain clinic where he was threatening to stab customers. He attacked deputies attempting to arrest him and was charged accordingly.

May 16 A homeowner on SW 30 Avenue had several guns and jewelry stolen from his home.

May 17 Stephen Johnson was arrested by Deerfield deputies for two burglary conveyances at LA Fitness. He is also a suspect in eight other burglary/fraud cases from Deerfield to Vero Beach. Additional charges pending. Johnson is currently on probation for similar offenses.

May 17 More than $1,600 in electronics were stolen from a home on NE 51 Court.

May 18 An A/C unit worth $4,000 was stolen from behind a business on S. Dixie Highway.

May 19 A search warrant was executed at a home at 941 NE 51 St. and 11 grams of crack cocaine, 14 grams of marijuana, 1 rifle and a Smith and Wesson .38 revolver were found inside. The revolver was stolen during a Deerfield Beach burglary. Ronel Desinor was arrested for grand theft third degree firearm, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia. Kesenel Desinor was arrested for possession of marijuana under 20 grams. Both were taken to the Main Jail.

May 19 A city-owned property on SW 6 Avenue was burglarized and the exterior A/C unit was stolen. Deerfield Beach owns the property, and the person reporting is doing renovations.

May 21 Calls were received by police with complaints of shots fired by a gun near the 200 block of SW 3 Avenue. Police are investigating and found six spent 9mm casings.

May 21 A $2,000 A/C was stolen from a home on NE 4 Avenue.

May 22 A victim left a laptop on the backseat of his car in a black bag near NE 6 Street and it was stolen from his car by unknown means.

May 22 Thieves did a grab and run at TJ Maxx on W. Hillsboro Boulevard, stealing more than $500 worth of Ralph Lauren Polo shorts. This is the third such incident in South Florida.

 

DEERFIELD – District 4

May 17-18 Between 5:30 p.m. and 6 a.m., a conveyance burglary took place in the Waterford Homes area, 1471 SW 30 Ave. Complainant reported that unknown person(s) broke into his vehicle parked at the above-listed location. Point of entry was by smashing the passenger side window. Taken from the vehicle were a briefcase and a Sun Pass with a total value of $100. Vehicle was processed, latent prints were taken and the area was canvassed.

May 19 Conveyance burglary was reported between 10:45 and 11 a.m. at 3370 W. Hillsboro Blvd., south side of Hillsboro Boulevard, a block east of Powerline Road.

Victim stated she left her vehicle running in the parking lot. Unknown suspect(s) removed her wallet from the front passenger seat. Loss: cash, DL, Medicaid card. No suspects, witnesses or video at this time. Crime scene was processed.

May 20 Residential burglary occurred in the Riverglen area, 59 NW 45 Ave., between 8:40 a.m. and 7 p.m.Victim states that unknown person(s) entered her residence and removed almost all her electronics.

May 22 Grand theft was reported at Discovery Pointe, 2116 Discovery Circle between noon and 1:15 p.m. Victim stated that unknown person(s) stole dive equipment drying on a metal rack off the driveway. Estimated loss: $1,860.

 

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

May 9 Several vehicles were burglarized at Georgetown Plaza and miscellaneous items were stolen.

May 14 A victim’s ATM card was used at a SunTrust location in Lighthouse Point and $880 stolen.

May 18 Two rod and reels worth $1,000 were stolen from a home on NE 27 Avenue.

 

If you see suspicious activity in your neighborhood, call 911 immediately.

 

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