Crime Watch

Posted on 23 November 2011 by LeslieM

DEERFIELD BEACH

Nov. 15 The caretaker of a home at 30 NE 11 Way reported the home was broken into and said rooms had been entered. It was not determined if anything had been stolen.

Nov. 15 A woman reported that her home at 1472 SE 5 St. was broken into. She said a laptop, a plasma television and a jewelry box containing $6,000 worth of jewelry was stolen.

Nov. 15 A person reported that lug nuts were removed from three of four tires on an automobile parked at 1535 SE 14 Court.

Nov. 16 A man reported that his truck was stolen from the parking lot of the Best Western Deerfield Beach Hotel & Suites at 1050 Newport Center Dr.

Nov. 17 A man reported that someone entered his truck at 558 NW 44 Terr. and stole about $1,000 worth of tools.

Nov. 17 A man was arrested and charged with stealing a Jet Ski and trailer valued at $17,000 from Riva Motorsports at 3971 N. Dixie Hwy.

Nov. 17 A woman reported a break-in at her home at 425 SE 17 Terr. and that jewelry and cash were stolen.

 

DEERFIELD — District 4

Nov. 19 Armed robbery was reported at 1200 W. Hillsboro Blvd. (formerly the Mobil Station, now 7-11) at 10:30 p.m. Victim stated that an unknown white male entered the business with a handgun and demanded money. The clerk surrendered approximately $60 dollars in cash and a pack of cigarettes. Suspect fled southbound towards Holiday Park. Canine and aviation responded.

Nov. 19 Felony narcotics arrest took place at 200 S. Powerline Rd. at 2:45 a.m. During the course of a traffic stop, a passenger in the vehicle was found to be in possession of controlled substances, was placed into custody, and transported to jail.

Nov. 19 Residential burglary arrest was made in Deer Run at 170 SW 32 Ave., at 6 p.m. On Nov. 15, a residential burglary occurred at the above address where two black males and one white male were seen forcibly entering into the victim’s house via smashing out a rear window. Entire incident was witnessed by a nearby resident. One of the suspects was identified and on Nov. 18, the witness was presented with a BSO double blind line-up, where the suspect was positively identified as taking part in this incident. Case is ongoing. Subject charged with grand theft.

Nov. 19 Residential burglary was reported in Riverglen, 125 NW 45 Ave., at 11:09 a.m. Victims reported that their bicycles, tied to the carport by a locked wire cable, were taken. Bicycles were located in the rear of the carport by the front entry door. No suspects or witnesses located.

 

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Nov. 4 A man was issued a trespass warning and asked not to return to a Publix at 2450 N. Federal Hwy. after he was observed to have stolen a package of crackers and candy.

Nov. 6 A woman reported that a woman attempted to steal her purse while she was at Publix Supermarket at 3700 N. Federal Hwy.

Nov. 7 A woman reported that a female relative died. She said that a man who had been living with the deceased woman had taken two televisions and a computer monitor. The woman believed that the televisions and monitor should go to the deceased woman’s two sons. It was determined that the deceased woman may have wanted the televisions and monitor to go to the man and that the sons were not interested in pursuing the matter. The report was made at 3180 NE 48 Court.

Nov.10 A woman was arrested and charged with stealing $97.41 worth of groceries from a Publix at 2450 N. Federal Hwy.

Nov. 11 A man reported a firearm missing from his home at 1971 NE 31 St. The gun was later found.

Nov. 11 A man reported that his coin and antique collection were stolen from his home at 1960 NE 30 St. The man believes a contractor who worked in his home may have stolen the collection. The man said there was no sign of break-in.

Nov. 15 A woman reported that the tires were stolen from her automobile at 2741 NE 47 St.

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