Crime Watch

Posted on 28 July 2011 by LeslieM

DEERFIELD BEACH

July 23. A man was observed entering a Radio Shack at 665 S. Federal Hwy. and stealing three SunDisk MP3 players.

July 24. A woman reported a firearm stolen from her. The report was made at 4155 NW 5 Dr.

July 24. A woman reported her home at 4930 NE 10 Ave. broken into and a laptop computer, iPod Touch and jewelry stolen.

July 24. A report was made that a BB gun was fired at the window of Charm City Burgers at 1136 E. Hillsboro Blvd.

July 24. A woman reported that someone opened the rear sliding glass door to her home at 1444 SE 15 Court and stole her 42-inch flat screen television.

July 24. A man was seen driving up to a vehicle parked at 1041 E. Hillsboro Blvd. and stealing a Samsung MP3 player.

July 24. A woman was arrested and charged with stealing $74.95 worth of items from Wings at 2020 NE 2 St.

July 24. A man was arrested and charged with stealing a pressure cleaner from a pickup truck parked at 300 N. Ocean Blvd.

 

DEERFIELD – District 4

Follow up on Burglary Arrests – Gates of Hillsboro/Deer Run/Waterford

July 5 BSO deputies responded to the 2700 block of SW 15 Street (Waterford Homes) where suspect(s) entered the residence by smashing the rear slider window. Several items were taken, including an iPad. Detectives used investigative technology to locate the iPad and later arrested the suspect. Detectives are still working to determine if the suspect was linked to other crimes in the area.

July 8 BSO deputies responded to a burglary in progress in Deer Run. Suspects entered an occupied home through the front door and removed property. Approximately 90 minutes later, a second in-progress burglary was called in by an alert neighbor in the Gates of Hillsboro. Armed with a description of the suspect vehicle, deputies apprehended one of three suspects after they fled on foot in the 600 block of W. Sample Road. Vehicle was recovered with stolen property from both residential burglaries. During the follow-up investigation, a third burglary from Coconut Creek was cleared. Detectives are still working leads to determine if these suspects are connected with other crimes in the area.

July 15 Burglary to a business was reported at Audio Visual Innovations, 730 S. Military Trail between 5:30 p.m. and 8:45 a.m. the following day. Unknown person(s) gained entry into the business’ storage overflow warehouse, possibly by the unlocked front door, and removed approximately 36 various sizes of flat panel display monitors, valued at approximately $67,400. CSIA processed with negative results. Digital photos were taken of what were possibly the suspect’s vehicle tire tracks. No video or witness located. CI unit advised.

 

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

July 13. A man was given a trespass warning and asked not to return to a Publix Supermarket at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. Store personnel said he was yelling profanities.

July 15. A woman reported that a front lense was stolen from her Toyota Corolla at 3731 NW 29 Ave.

July 19. A police officer investigating wave runner thefts noticed that one wave runner was missing from a trailer designed to carry two wave runners at 3516 NE 31 Ave. The officer found that the owner of the home where the trailer was parked was away. He asked a neighbor about the situation and was told that homeowner did own two wave runners and it appeared that one wave runner had been stolen. The officer reported a stolen wave runner.

July 19. A Jet Ski was reported stolen at 4010 NE 31 Ave. Officers observed two suspects fleeing when the saw police approaching them.

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