| April, 2013

Soccer Campers enjoy week

Posted on 25 April 2013 by L.Moore

Pages 09-16By Gary Curreri

Pompano Beach’s Gabriel Gagnaire and his younger sister Maya were happy campers recently as they took part in the week-long Simply Soccer camp at the city’s Four Fields Complex.

“I had a lot of fun because you got to scrimmage and go to the pool,” said the 11-yearold Gabriel Gagnaire. “There were a bunch of different games and we learned a lot of skills. I liked everything we did.”

The camp marked the seventh year that the city of Pompano has hosted the Simply Soccer camp for boys and girls, ages 5-14, of all skill levels.

The day consisted of a group warm-up with all campers before they broke into groups based on age and skill levels. The first part of the day was learning a skill (dribbling, passing, receiving, heading/chipping shooting) and then playing games or activities utilizing that particular skill.

“This was a lot of fun,” said Pompano Beach 11-yearold Brandon Davis. “I learned a lot more than I usually do and I scored a lot more goals than I usually do. I liked the scrimmages too.”

After a short break for lunch and some time at the swimming pool, the campers were right back out for end-of-the -day scrimmages.

Lighthouse Point’s Jacob Evans, 8, said he learned a lot during the week.

“This was a lot of fun,” Evans said. “I really enjoy playing soccer. We did shooting, different drills and passing. Shooting was the best part of the week!”

“Friday is our World Cup tournament where we break the entire camp up into small teams (5v5) and play during the morning,” said Simply Soccer coach Jim Cappello. “At the end of the day we gave players their evaluations and certificates. We try and make it as fun as possible so they learn and want to keep playing the sport.”

Simply Soccer will return this summer. There are three sessions each day ranging from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ($100 weekly); extended hours camp is available from 8 a.m.to 4 p.m. ($125 weekly) and a Tiny Tot program is offered for kids ages 5 and 6 from 9 a.m. to noon ($55 weekly).

For more information on the summer camp offerings, call the city of Pompano Parks and Recreation Department at 954-786-4119

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Heart Rock Sushi — 2nd anniversary

Posted on 25 April 2013 by L.Moore

Pages 09-16By Becki Coffy

Anniversaries are always something special. They are a celebration filled with joy and the recognition of a very special occasion.

My son, Ben, and I had the good fortune of enjoying the second anniversary festivities at Heart Rock Sushi Japanese restaurant last Wednesday night. Heart Rock Sushi restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale has been run for over 20 years, by owner, Ann Yamusenor, and her son, Moose. They have done an outstanding job in providing Lighthouse Point with a wonderful local spot to enjoy fine food and great friends.

The beauty of the restaurant, decorated in earth tones with greenery and soft lighting, immediately relaxes you and sets the tone for the rest of the evening. Soft jazz music for the anniversary special enhanced the night. To the delight of the crowd, Miss Sunset Place Teen U.S.A. enchanted the room with classical Tai dancing.

Where to begin on this extensive menu is always a difficult decision. With 13 appetizers, 12 sushi bar appetizers, seven soups and six salads to choose from, it is no easy feat. Our waiter, Faizal, helped us navigate through the many choices.

He suggested we begin with the Chicken Satay, which was prepared in a light sauce of coconut milk, lemon grass, turmeric and a hint of curry. The curry added just enough heat to keep the dish vibrant. It was served with a side of creamy peanut sauce (one of my personal favorites) and a light chopped cucumber, carrot and red onion salad in a sweet and tangy dressing. The combination of the cool salad with the curried chicken satay was a wonderful pairing.

For our second appetizer, we chose the Lobster Rangoon. The moment my son and I bit into this appetizer, we both agreed it was the best we’ve ever tasted. I’ve had Rangoon appetizers many times in my life and all were good, some great. But this dish topped them all. The delicately-fried shell, so crisp and light, seemed to melt in your mouth and the pop of flavor from the lobster and cream cheese filling was heavenly. I recommend this dish to anyone who dines at the Heart Rock.

My son has sampled many different sushi rolls from the Heart Rock, so our waiter suggested he try the Heart Rock signature roll for something different. It was a large roll stuffed with tuna, salmon, yellowtail and white fish. It was delightfully fresh and clean. We both enjoyed every bite of this delicacy.

For my selection, I chose the Monsoon Shrimp. This dish was served with a choice of soup or salad. The house salad came with a light ginger dressing and was very good. Large butterflied shrimp, marinated with oyster sauce and garlic, were served with snow pea pods, broccoli, carrots, squash and onion served in a sweet and spicy chili sauce. I ordered the dish mild and enjoyed the slight kick of heat that the chili sauce delivered.

We were just too full and too satisfied to order dessert. However, I can personally suggest the deep fried tempura banana and ice cream if you have any room left. What an indulgence!

The Heart Rock Sushi Restaurant, located at 4460 N. Federal Hwy. in Lighthouse Point, offers a happy hour Monday through Friday from 5-8 p.m. with several appetizers ranging from $3-$7. House drinks are $5.

Reservations can be made at 954-532-1763.

Until we eat again …

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FLICKS: Lords of Salem

Posted on 25 April 2013 by L.Moore

Dave Montalbano with picture of Samantha from "Bewitched"

Dave Montalbano with picture of Samantha from “Bewitched” in Salem, MA

By Dave Montalbano

http://cinemadave.livejournal.com

Whenever I visit my sister’s family in Massachusetts, New England offers a variety of vacation experiences. When visiting Gloucester, one feels the rustic romance of Captains Courageous and The Perfect Storm. The city of Boston features the fine arts of The Boston Pops with the blue collar partisanship of the Red Sox, Bruins and Celtics. Just north of Boston is the seaport town of Salem, made more famous by the Salem Witch Trials.

Modern Salem derives much revenue from this dark mark of history with wax museums, new age shops and ghost tours.

Written by Marilyn Monroe’s ex husband, Arthur Miller, The Crucible was written to parallel the Salem Witchcraft Trials with Senator Joe McCarthy’s blacklisting in the 1950s. Filmed in 1996, The Crucible was a box-office disappointment, despite a cast headlined by Daniel Day-Lewis, Winona Ryder, Paul Scofield and Bruce Davison.

Davison returns to Salem for Rob Zombie’s The Lords of Salem, a horror movie that challenges Salem witchcraft trial lore. In Zombie’s world, the witches are guilty-ascharged with plans to enact revenge upon Salem descendants.

Heidi Hawthorne (Sheri Moon-Zombie – Rob’s wife) is the descendant of the historical figure of Judge John Hawthorne. The woman has enough of her own problems; she is a recovering drug addict.

Hawthorne is a disc jockey who works Whitey (Jeffrey Daniel Phillips-Geico’s Caveman) and Herman Jackson (Ken Foree). The three deejays receive a strange vinyl record album and broadcast the song on the airwaves. Bad things happen to the townspeople.

The Lords of Salem is Rob Zombie’s 5th motion picture. Unlike the manic editing of The Devil’s Rejects and Halloween, this film is a static motion picture that creeps up on you. Given the low budget, the shot composition is amazing with a color palette of mind-jarring visuals.

With such breathtaking visuals and empathetic characters, this film is dirty horror with grungy witches (led by Meg Foster, Dee Wallace, Patricia Quinn, Judy Geeson) and an open-ended conclusion. The Lord of Salem will not appeal to many tastes, but is definitely a horror film.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 25 April 2013 by L.Moore

DEERFIELD BEACH

April 19 A man reported that, while he was asleep in his home at 297 Deer Creek Blvd., someone entered his patio and stole his bicycle.

April 20 A man was observed taking property from an apartment at 4384 NW 9 Ave. Victims of the theft reported that a television, the- Remember, if you see anything suspicious call 911 immediately. ater system and X-box were stolen.

April 20 An employee dropping off a work vehicle at Royal Palm Roofing, 73 SW 9 St. saw a man steal a battery from a truck. The man fled the scene in a car.

April 20 A man reported that a gun was stolen from his bedroom in his home at 1674 SE 8 Ave. The man believes the gun may have been stolen by a man who cares for his sister.

April 20 A woman was detained for shoplifting at Publix at 150 S. Federal Hwy. The woman was issued a notice to appear in court.

April 20 A woman reported that her car parked at 100 SE 21 Ave. was broken into and her purse stolen.

April 21 A man was involved in a physical altercation with several people at 800 NE 42 St. The man reported that one of the people involved stole his wallet and cell phone.

April 21 A man was arrested and charged with a narcotics felony at 100 SW 3 Ave. He was a passenger in a car stopped for running a stop sign. He was found in possession of MDMA.

 

DEERFIELD – District 4

April 12 Residential burglary was reported at Crystal Key Pointe,1000 E Lakes Dr. at 6:42 p.m. Unknown subject(s) entered the location via smashed sliding glass door in the master bedroom. The master bedroom was ransacked. Various jewelry and one laptop computer were taken. Two pillowcases were removed, possibly used to remove stolen items valued at approximately $4,500. Scene was processed for fingerprints with negative results.

 

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

April 15 A police officer reported an incident of vandalism at Shop Smart at 2001 NE 39 St. The front window was smashed.

April 18 A home at 2714 NE 31 St. was broken into and jewelry, a television and miscellaneous items were stolen. The family room was ransacked.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Posted on 25 April 2013 by L.Moore

Good news for Alzheimer’s Day Care

Dear Editor:

On behalf of the individuals and family caregivers impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, we thank each of you, all of our community partners and organizations, and the local media for your unending commitment and support of NE Focal Point, especially the Alzheimer’s Day Care Center.

We are thankful that the funding is restored and we want to make sure that it remains a reality.

Together, we can and do make a difference!

In gratitude always,

Donna DeFronzo, Director

NE Focal Point Senior Services Center

 

Deerfield resident’s son becomes Marine

Dear Editor:

Marine Corps Pfc. Abraham F. De Freitas, son of Ediberto De Freitas of Deerfield Beach, FL, earned the title of United States Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC.

For 13 weeks, De Freitas stayed committed during some of the world’s most demanding entry-level military training in order to be transformed from civilian to Marine, instilled with pride, discipline and the core values of honor, courage and commitment.

Training subjects included close-order drill, marksmanship with an M-16A4 rifle, physical fitness, martial arts, swimming, military history, customs and courtesies.

One week prior to graduation, De Freitas endured The Crucible, a 54-hour final test of recruits’ minds and bodies. Upon completion, recruits are presented the Marine Corps emblem and called Marines for the first time.

De Freitas is a 2009 graduate of Miami Dade Christian Academy of Hollywood, FL.

Navy Public Affairs Support Element (NPASE)

Norfolk, VA

 

April is “National Car Care Month”

Dear Editor:

Three out of four cars need service. If you own a vehicle, chances are it needs some work. National Car Care Month in April is the ideal time to spring into action and give your car some extra attention.

Results of vehicle inspections held at community car care events across the country reveal that 77 percent of vehicles need service or parts. Neglected vehicle care almost always means much higher costs down the line in the form of more extensive repairs or lost resale value.

Whether you visit a professional service technician or do it yourself, following a routine maintenance program on an ongoing basis can keep your car safe and dependable.

Rich White, Executive Director

Car Care Council

Bethesda, MD

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HAPPENINGS

Posted on 25 April 2013 by L.Moore

Greater Pompano Beach Democratic Club Meets

Thursday, April 25, 7 p.m.

E. Pat Larkins Community Center 520 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Speaker Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel. Food/refreshments served. FREE. 954-691-6019.

Parents Night Out

Friday, April 26, 6 to 9 p.m.

1920 SE 4 St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Hosted by Community Presbyterian Church. Open to all families. $20 for 1st child/ $15 for each additional child. Call 954-427-0222 to reserve spot or just show up.

The Wizard of Oz

Friday, April 26, 7 p.m., Saturday, April 26, 2 p.m.

First Presbyterian Church 2331 NE 26 Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33062

 

3rd Annual Deerfield Beach Wine & Food Festival

Friday, April 26, Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28

Quiet Waters Park 401 S. Powerline Rd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Food, entertainment, cooking demos, retail bazaar and more. For details about this weekend-long culinary extravaganza, www.deerfieldbeachwineandfoodfestival.com.

The Wizard of Oz

Friday, April 26, 7 p.m., Saturday, April 26, 2 p.m.

First Presbyterian Church 2331 NE 26 Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Presented by: Lighthouse Christian School’s Drama Club. $5 at door. 954-941-2308.

Play: “A Devastating Impact”

Saturday, April 27, 6 p.m.

The Theatre of Creative Consciousness 297 SW 10 St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Educational tool to help spread HIV/AID’s awareness and need to get tested. $12, includes refreshments and free childcare.

Celebrating 111 years in Deerfield!

Sunday, April 28, 11:15 a.m.

1st Zion Missionary Baptist 125 SW 1 Court Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Deerfield residents and visitors are invited to come out and join in this historic celebration. Church, off Dixie Highway and Hillsboro Boulevard, near Boys & Girls Club, was founded in 1902. 954-481-6884 or 954-304-2935.

LHP Chili Cook Off & Tennis Round Up

Saturday, April 27, 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Lighthouse Point Yacht & Racquet Club 2701 NE 42 St. Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

Benefiting Wishing Well Intl. Foundation. Food and drinks, music and dancing, live and silent auctions, raffle and more. Also Tennis: sign-up at 3:30 p.m.; play starts at 4 p.m.; corn hole contest – sign up 3:30 p.m., play $4-6 p.m. For more info., call 954-946-7306.

Packer-Rattler Fun Day/Registration

Saturday, Apr. 27, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Westside Park 445 SW 2 St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Games, Madden Tournaments, bounce houses, races, snacks and more. Fun Day only-$50, Registration: April- $60, May-$70, June to Aug.-$80.

Sunfest

Wednesday, May 1 to Sunday, May 5

SunFest is situated along the Intracoastal Waterway in downtown West Palm Beach. The festival grounds are on Flagler Drive, from Banyan Boulevard to Lakeview Drive,West Palm Beach, FL Don’t forget, the music event of the year is next week in West Palm Beach! Get all the details at www.sunfest.com.

29th Annual Pompano Beach Seafood Festival

Friday, April 26, 5 to 10 p.m.; Saturday, April 27, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday, April 28, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Pompano Beach Fishing Pier, one block north of Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Entertainment, arts & crafts, seafood, drinks and more. Also, second annual Bounce Horse Derby. $15, FREEchildren 12 and under. FREE trolley service runs from Wells Fargo and Bank of America parking lots. 954-941- 2940 or www.pompanobeachseafoodfestival.com.

FINAL WEEKEND: Green Markets

BOCA

Saturday, Apr. 27, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432

DEERFIELD

Sunday,Apr. 28, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Cove Shopping Center E. Hillsboro Blvd.,.(east of U.S. 1) Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Customer Appreciation Day.” Model A cars on display (10 a.m. to noon), customer giveaways, kiddie activities, music by DyMin and more.

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CLERGY CORNER: “No More Hurting People!”

Posted on 25 April 2013 by L.Moore

It is heartbreaking to see the recent photograph of Martin Richard, a smiling 8-year-old boy, holding a sign that reads “No More Hurting People!”

The heartbreak is because Martin was the youngest of the Boston Marathon bombing victims. Some might say Martin’s tragic passing is no more catastrophic than the loss of 23- year-old Lu Lingzi or 29-year-old Krystle Campbell or 26- year-old M.I.T. police officer Sean Collier. But there is something extra compelling about the innocence of a child’s smile and the ideal of a child’s message when that very child is victim to senseless terror.

We are shocked so often by irrational acts of violence that we have to wonder why we continue to be shocked. Whatever evil drives such heinous acts of cowardice, our response must be toward love and justice, not hatred or revenge. At times like these, even love and justice seem polar opposites, but in Christ they are inseparable.

Roman Catholic Cardinal Sean Patrick O’Malley at Boston’s Cathedral of the Holy Cross last week spoke of the pain and looked ahead to what he called our “spiritual recovery.” In so doing, he acknowledges that even when the human spirit is trampled, God’s Spirit prevails.

This explains the resilience of people sustained by faith to courageously rebound from tragedy, to persevere in the face of uncertainty, and to somehow do so with compassion and restraint.

The teaching to respond in this way comes from Jesus….. Jesus says, “I say to you to listen, love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who abuse you. If anyone strikes you on the cheek, offer the other also; and from anyone who takes away your coat, do not withhold even your shirt …

Do to others as you would have them do to you … Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful. Do not judge, and you will not be judged; do not condemn and you will not be condemned. Forgive and you will be forgiven.” {Luke 6} Christ’s teaching is challenging and following Christ is challenging …

Do to others as you wish others do to you presumes good intentions. We know some children are raised to love life while others are raised to loath and murder.

We know the human instinct to a sucker punch is not to turn the other cheek. Many of us feel the desired response to a terrorist is to bomb the bomber, to match force with superior force.

The Good News for the world is Jesus is more than a Teacher. He is the omnipotent force to turn the downward spiral upward to the heavens. He surpasses evil on his way to the cross where he conquers sin and death once and for all.

To people of all ages and all nations, he says, “Pick up your cross and follow me. You will be sorrowful but your sorrow will turn to joy. Peace I leave with you. My peace I give to you.”

Each week at church, we share the peace of Christ with each other. We desperately need to share the peace of Christ in the world, especially when and where it is not easy. May God’s Spirit prevail and may there be no more hurting people …

Please come this Saturday @ Six or Sunday morning at 8:30 or 11 a.m. to hear the message “Love Wins!” based on John 13: 34 – 35.

Reverend Andrews is Minister at Community Presbyterian Church of Deerfield Beach (Steeple on the Beach) located five blocks south of Hillsboro on A1A. See more at www.communitych.org or on Facebook.

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Extreme Aquathon set for Saturday!

Posted on 18 April 2013 by L.Moore

By Gary Curreri

Blaise Leone is looking forward to the city’s first ever Extreme Aquathon on Saturday, April 20.

Leone, a Parks and Recreation Manager II for the city of Deerfield Beach, has slated a run/swim/run event for boys and girls ages 7-12 at the Deerfield Beach Middle School Athletic Complex at 501 SE 6 Ave.

“We wanted to do something new and different,” said Leone. “We wanted to make it fun for the kids. I see a lot of those kinds of extreme races for adults, the mud races and those types of things, so I wanted to do something different than just a running race. To increase the fun factor, we added obstacles to the first run portion of this race.”

“They will go through a series of tires and a series of foam obstacles before maneuvering through a low crawl like a cargo net,” Leone said. “They will go about 100 yards and go through a transition area, which is a 50-yard swim in the pool and, when they come back out, there will be about a ½-mile run through one of our baseball fields and then a lap around the track.”

The 7-9 age group will start at 8 a.m., while the 10- 12 age group will start at 9 a.m. The course will be the same for both age groups.

Leone said he would consider adding a cycling component once they get the race management down and doing a more extreme event for kids and also putting together an event for adults.

There will be Olympic-style medals for The top 3 places for both male and female participants in each age group. All participants also get a T-shirt, backpack and lunch provided by Muscle Maker Grill.

“They don’t have to be elite athletes,” Leone said. “It is a relatively short course that anyone can come and have fun.”

The registration fee is $23 and the registration is limited to the first 100 participants. Registration can be done in advance at the Middle School Athletic Complex office or online at www.deerfieldbeach.com. They will also accept registration on the day of the event.

For more information, contact the athletic office at 954- 480-4426.

Pages 09-16Randall named coach of the year

Blanche Ely’s Melvin Randall was recently named the state’s overall boys basketball Dairy Farmers Coach of the Year.

Randall guided the Tigers to a 27-2 record and their second consecutive state championship. It was also Blanche Ely’s third state title during his tenure at the school as it also won the 6A title in 2007. Blanche Ely finished the season ranked No. 8 in the final MaxPreps XCellent 25.

Randall finished ahead of runner-up Neal Goldman of Tampa Jesuit, the Class 5A Coach of the Year who led his Tigers to a 31-1 record and the program’s first state title since 1984.

The Tigers concluded its campaign this season with a heartbreaking 66-65 overtime loss to Dallas Texas’ Prime Prep in the quarterfinals of the National High School Invitational, a postseason tournament that featured some of the best high school basketball teams in the nation.

Ely, which was making its second appearance in as many years at the tournament, was led by Kahlil Thomas’ team high 20 points and nine rebounds, Lance Tejada (12 points) and Therrell Gossier (11 points, 10 rebounds). Prime Prep’s Jordan Mickey had a game-high 28 points for the Spartans (37-1).

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FLICKS: Blancanieves

Posted on 18 April 2013 by L.Moore

By Dave Montalbano

http://cinemadave.livejournal.com

While he has not directed a movie in five years, Guillermo Del Toro has been a major cultural influence on the international motion picture industry. His Pan’s Labyrinth has changed the way adults look at fairy tales. The successful ABC Broadcast Television show “Once Upon A Time” would be an unthinkable Disney product five years ago, given popular culture challenges of Cinderella and Snow White.

Blancanieves is director/ writer Pablo Berger’s answer to the folklore of Snow White. A black and white silent movie set in early 20th Century Spain, it has all the influences of Salvador Dali and Luis Bunuel with a touch of Tod Browning and Lon Chaney Sr. Stark noir composition aided by musical score featuring a flamenco guitar, maracas and a full orchestra, this film is a visual feast for art students, but not necessarily children.

The film opens with the majesty of a bullfight. When Spain’s greatest bullfighter, Antonio Villalta (Daniel Giménez Cacho) is mangled in front of his pregnant wife, a girl named Carmencita is born. The mother dies in childbirth and the evil Nurse Encarna (Maribel Verdu) takes advantage of the situation.

Encarna becomes Antonio Villalta’s caretaker and mistreats little Carmencita. After forbidding the daughter from seeing her father, Encarna is distracted by kinky pleasure. Carmencita sneaks into her father’s bedroom and finds ways to entertain her daddy. These sequences are broad and over-the-top.

As The Artist was a tribute to the comedy of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton,

Blancanieves is closer to freak shows of Lon Chaney and Tod Browning. Young Carmencita faces sadism and witnesses the death of her father and her pet. As Carmencita becomes a young bullfighter herself, the young lady befriends seven little people who work for a traveling carnival, as Encarna gloats upon her over-the-top villainy.

Though a silent movie, Blancanieves is a very contemporary movie with satire. The mirror, mirror on the wall (that inspires Encarna’s jealousy) is transformed into the society page of a fashion magazine.

The dark melodrama of Blancanieves will not appeal to everybody. Yet, for a unique motion picture experience about Spanish Culture, this film is fascinating.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 18 April 2013 by L.Moore

DEERFIELD BEACH

April 13 A man was arrested and charged with a narcotics felony at 200 S. Dixie Hwy. He had two small bags of powder cocaine.

April 13 Following a traffic stop over a stop sign violation, two men were arrested and charged with narcotics felonies. Both men were found in possession of crack cocaine. One man was in possession of $1,925. The incident took place at 1436 SW 1 Terr.

April 13 A man reported that a laptop computer was stolen from his office at 1430 S. Federal Hwy.

April 14 A man reported that two men wearing red hoodies came from behind him and placed him in a chokehold at 831 NE 52 Court. One man said he had a gun. The suspects stole the man’s wallet, necklace, diamond ring and the keys to his home and car.

April 14 A man reported that an unknown person broke into his home at 574 Deer Creek Emerald Way E. Items were stolen from a freestanding jewelry box. It is unknown how much was stolen.

April 14 A man reported his car parked at 2233 SW 15 St. was entered. The items stolen included sunglasses, a SunPass, $15 and an insulated grocery bag. Total loss was estimated at $145.

 

DEERFIELD – District 4

April 8 Commercial burglary was reported at Paragon Theater, 3984 W. Hillsboro Blvd. The theater director reported that his accounting firm discovered that the business was missing numerous cash bank deposits from 09/22/12 to 11/20/12 totaling $24,438. Suspects are three managers who had access to the safe.

April 10 Arrest was made at Eunique Collections, 1694 W. Hillsboro Blvd. On 03/30/13, suspect was a customer of Eunique Collections. She entered the fitting room with three sets of clothes and came out with one, which she purchased. She removed the sensors from the other two and hid them in her purse, removing them from the store without paying. She later sold them to a friend for $40. On 04/10/13, she was located and arrested. Post Miranda warning, she confessed. She was charged with petty theft and dealing in stolen property.

 

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

April 8 A man reported his vehicle entered at 2361 NE 49 St. and a wallet and gym bag stolen.

April 8 A woman reported her bicycle stolen from 4741 NE Terrace, #1.

April 9 A man reported his jeep stolen from the driveway of his home at 2151 NE 48 St.

Remember, if you see anything suspicious call 911 immediately.

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