| August, 2013

Summer camp gets kids ready for season

Posted on 29 August 2013 by L.Moore

Pages 09-16By Gary Curreri

Pompano Beach’s Maddie Cooper got a chance to kick start her travel soccer season along with about a dozen others as they took part in the Simply Soccer Four Fields Complex at Pompano Community Park recently.

Cooper, 11, and her two brothers, Jacob, 11, and Ryan, 7, spent the week refining their old soccer skills and learning new ones as part of the annual camp. 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.

This was a lot of fun,” said Cooper, who along with her twin brother, Jacob, play soccer for the Team Boca travel soccer club. “We learned some skills, scrimmaged and got to go the pool. I like coming to the camp.”

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.

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.

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.”

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FLICKS: 36 Saints, Adore & Paranoia

Posted on 29 August 2013 by L.Moore

By Dave Montalbano

http://cinemadave.livejournal.com

In his book Sex Money Kiss, Gene Simmons discussed the importance of self publication because bookstore retail was based on “the loss leader principle,” in which a major author like James Patterson or J.K. Rowling would draw consumers into the store. Once in the store, the customer would discover other lesser-known writers. The Motion Picture Industry uses the same approach, which is why economics are so dire in these entertainment fields, especially when the loss leader fails to perform.

Paranoia is such the case. With leading man responsibilities on Chris Hemsworth’s shoulders and the re-teaming of veterans Gary Oldman and Harrison Ford, one expected respectable box office return. Instead Paranoia has become the biggest loser of the year. The two-week box office gross of $6 million cannot match the $35 million production cost. This film features the corporate cat & mouse game between Ford and Oldman, with Hemsworth caught in the middle while wooing the leading lady, Amber Heard. The topical theme features cell phones and public privacy. So why did Paranoia fail? The screenplay is another Hollywood factory-produced model. Why pay for a story when one can see the same story on television in the comfort of your own home?

In contrast to a bloated Hollywood extravaganza comes 36 Saints, a small independent thriller produced and written by Joey Dedio. This small budget film is far more thought-provoking than Paranoia. Dedio’s film, with roots in Jewish mysticism, is about 36 individuals or saints who have the responsibility to protect mankind from Lillith [said to be Adam’s first wife who left the Garden of Eden rather than be subservient to Adam], who has appeared to cause chaos.

With names like Joseph, Eve, Sebastian, Valentine and Michael, it is easy to pick out the surviving members of the 36 Saints. It is actually trickier to figure out who Lilith is, it seems she masterminded the plane crash that caused the demise of most of the Saints. As the surviving saints die, it seems as if Lilith’s powers will lead the world into eternal darkness. When 36 Saints opens on Sept. 6, let’s hope the box office revenue merits the already scripted sequel.

Based on a novel by Doris Lessing, Adore opens tomorrow starring Naomi Watts & Robin Wright as two Australian Best Friends Forever. It is a gorgeous, yet peculiar, movie about two women and their relationships with her sons.

Happy Labor Day weekend!

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 29 August 2013 by L.Moore

Remember, if you see anything suspicious, call 911 immediately.

DEERFIELD BEACH

August 22 A woman reported jewelry stolen from her home at 37 NE 5 St. The woman believes her son stole the jewelry valued at $4,000.

August 23 A woman reported that her husband hit her in the face. She does not want to prosecute.

August 23 A car parked at 4412 NW 4 Ave. was broken into and a purse stolen.

August 23 It was reported that a city owned water meter and back flow valve were stolen from 1471 SW 9 Ave.

August 23 A man was issued a “Notice to Appear” in court after being detained for stealing face cream from Publix at 3740 W. Hillsboro Blvd.

DEERFIELD – DISTRICT 4

August 6 Residential burglaries at Deer Run, 3321 SW 4 St. sometime between August 5 and August 6. Unknown suspect(s) entered the victims unlocked car and stole golf clubs and a blue bag.

August 3 Victim reported that his motorcycle was stolen in front of the apartment building at the Waterways, 4375 SW 10 Pl. between 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. that day. He was unable to advise what tag was attached. The VIN was entered into teletype as stolen.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

August 15 A man was issued a trespass warning after being detained for stealing ice cream and popcorn from Publix at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. Police ran a check on his record. The man was arrested for driving without a license.

August 16 A man reported that his car was vandalized in the parking lot of Publix at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. The car was damaged with a key and sustained about $400 in damages.

August 19 A woman reported that her mailbox at 4129 NE 21 Terr. was damaged. The woman believes her boyfriend is responsible.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Posted on 29 August 2013 by L.Moore

How to be RIGHT and WRONG at the same time

I had a dream. No, it was not a “bad” dream, where you wake up and find that it was just a dream and everything is really okay. Just the opposite. This was a “good” dream, from which I awoke and found that everything was the way I had left it: personal fears and indecisions, worldwide chaos and an America ravaged and heading for the imperial dump heap.

In my dream, I was in a band playing a guitar. The leader was a guy named Evie, who was with me overseas in WW 2, and who I liked very much. In my dream, Evie was the band leader and I was a musician in the band. The music we were playing was dreary and dull, and the audience was responding with yawns and squirming in their seats, and wondering how any music could be so dull and uninspiring.

Having been an entertainer most of my life, I knew what that band needed to perk the audience up and give them a lift. So I picked up a pair of drum brushes and began filling band sounds with rhythmic swish beats, and the audience, feeling the difference, began to swing in their seats and were immediately all smiles.

Then, I told Evie the band also needed a singer who could vocalize with power and class. And maybe a number that called for audience participation. With that, Evie got upset and brought in some musicians who made the band sound more and more non-listenable. Next, Evie told me I was fired and asked what he owed me. I was flabbergasted, but I managed to say: “A hundred bucks,” which he gave me.

Then I woke up, the dream still hanging on in my mind like leech.

I couldn’t help, in my waking mind, analyzing the dream and trying to discover what this crazy incident was trying to tell me. Having been a musician and entertainer, I knew in my mind and heart that what I had done for the band was right. I say again, I KNEW I was RIGHT.

Then, like a mental flash I realized that I was also WRONG. Evie had an idea of what a band should sound like and I had tried to change the sound…HIS sound to MY sound, which told me in unmistakable terms that, although I was right, I was also WRONG. And I had better understand that and learn to live with that DUAL opinion…in music, and in all things in life. It was proof that dreams do teach us something. This doesn’t mean I forfeited my opinion; that will always be sacred to me. But it also means that every human being (even Evie) has an opinion that is just as sacred to them. And, whether I agree with it or not, I should respect that.

Jim Moore,

Tallahassee

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HAPPENINGS

Posted on 29 August 2013 by L.Moore

Happy Hour at the beach

Thursday, August 29, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

E. Atlantic Blvd. between A1A & Pompano Beach Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Live music every Thursday. For more information, call 954-786-7824 or e-mail shanna.benson@copbfl.com.

Zumba Gold Fitness Classes

Thursday, August 29, 11 a.m. to noon

NE Focal Point 227 NW 2 St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Held every Tuesday and Thursday at the same time, as well as Wednesdays from 1 to 2 p.m., Zumba is an upbeat class that features dancing as a way to build cardiovascular health and lose weight. It is low-impact and fun. This class for seniors will help to relieve stress, boost self esteem and give a full-body workout. Sponsored by Healthways SilverSneakers Fitness Program. FREE to Healthways Members. $10 per month for Non-Healthways Members. For more information, call Tamara Sutton, recreation coordinator, at 954-480- 4447.

Take Back Your Life

Saturday, August 31, 1 to 2 p.m.

Deerfield Beach Chamber of Commerce 1601 E. Hillsboro Blvd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Guest speakers: Pastor Bobby and Adrienne Jones, and Gerald Dunigan, (of Atlanta, GA). Take back your health, wealth and happiness, and live the dream. Info: Maria Dukes – 404- 645-5883.

Ice Cream Social at Sample-McDougald House

Saturday, August 31, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Centennial Park 450 NE 10 St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Visitors will enjoy a cone or cup of homemade ice cream with paid house tour admission. Children are free with accompanying adults. $5 for adults. Feel free to bring a picnic lunch. Yard games (badminton, croquette, Frisbees, etc.) will be available. The 1916 Sample- McDougald House is located in and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. For information on this event, call 954-691-5686.

Voice lessons starting

Saturday, August 31, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Source 230 Lock Rd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Hosted by Gene Townsel. 561-436-0868.

American Legion BINGO

Sunday, Sept. 1, 6:30 p.m.

American Legion — Lofley Hinson Post # 162 820 SE 8 Ave. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

For more information, call 954-421-6097.

Labor Day Picnic

Monday, Sept. 2, 1 p.m.

Pompano Beach Community Park, South Pavilion 820 NE 18 Ave. (NE 10 St. & US 1) Pompano Beach, FL 33060

12th Annual Labor Day Picnic hosted by the North Broward Democratic Club and 14 county Democratic Clubs. Speakers: Democratic elected officials and candidates. Topic: Celebrating organized labor and electing Democrats in 2014. Open to the public. Hamburgers, hotdogs and water provided. Bring a dish to share. 954-783-8232.

Bring back life to seniors naturally

Thursday, Sept. 3, 9:45 a.m.

Marlee’s Diner 699 S. Federal Hwy. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Do you suffer with ailments? You may want to listen in to this health talk. Complimentary breakfast with Dr. Paula Hedglon for you and up to two friends. Please RSVP by Sept. 3 to 954-249-2277. Seating is limited.

St. Ambrose Men’s Club trip to Mardi Gras Casino

Friday, Sept. 6, 10 a.m.

St. Ambrose Church 380 S. Federal Hwy. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

$11, includes transportation, $5 free play and $3 food voucher. Reservations required before Sept. 1.

SAVE THE DATE: DBHS Class of ’83 Reunion

Friday, Oct. 4 and Saturday, Oct.5

Held at JB’s on the Beach and Wyndham Hotel. Please contact Kris Jensen at 561-876- 8577 or Kljensen7@hotmail.com or Carol Borough Perez at cborough@yahoo.com for details.

Reality cooking show comes to Deerfield

The City of Deerfield Beach and JB’s are hosting a reality cooking show, called Pop Up Charity, on Sept 9 and 10 at 6 p.m.. This will be nationally televised in 2014 and will feature a 5 course meal with wine pairing under a beautiful setting located in Deerfield Beach. Adventurer Aaron will go out and hunt for your meal and JB’s top chefs will cook the catch and serve it to you. $189 per person. Proceeds benefit Kiwanis Club of Deerfield Beach. Seating is limited. For tickets: www.PopUpCharity.com. By buying tickets, you agree to go on national TV.

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CLERGY CORNER: When the Going Gets Tough

Posted on 29 August 2013 by L.Moore

The start of the school year always brings with it a sense of new beginnings. There’s new work to be done, new friends to make and new experiences to enjoy.

You don’t have to be a current student, or the parent of a student, to appreciate the renewed energy that comes with this time of year. No matter your age or stage in life, the late-summer fresh start is yours to enjoy.

But even with all the excitement that another academic season brings, one thing is for sure: there will also be major doses of difficulty as the year progresses.

Hardships are inevitable. That’s why every new beginning also signals a fresh opportunity to face life’s unavoidable problems with revitalized strength. When the storms of life whip up around you over the next year, here are 3 steps you can take to stand unshakable in their midst:

1) Sidestep Surprise – The situations that have the most power to shake you are the ones that seem to come out of nowhere. When you’re sideswiped by a problem you didn’t anticipate, it’s easy to become vulnerable. So choosing to not be surprised when the going gets tough is key to standing strong.

God never promised that life would be easy, but he did promise to be with you every step of the way. You will encounter trouble in this world, but take comfort in Jesus’ assertion that He has already overcome every trial and tribulation you face (John 16:33). No matter what is going on around you, you have the assurance of his peace.

2) Ask the Right Question of the Right Person, Right Away – When life goes wrong, your first instinct should be to turn to God. Too often, you and I are quick to ask our friends for advice, buy self-help books, or turn inward and start mining our own resources, rather than looking to Him.

While there’s nothing inherently wrong with any of these things, they shouldn’t be our first stop for support. When trouble is brewing, our reflex should be to look to God – and to ask Him the right question.

I’m sure you’ve known people in difficult situations who spend their energy questioning God, rather than trusting him. Asking why doesn’t accomplish anything. Try asking what instead. Rather than giving into the common temptation to demand, “Why did you let this happen to me, God?” ask “What do you want to teach me through this?”

3) Embrace Emotions – Once you have given God top priority in the difficulty you’re facing, embrace the emotions you are feeling. Tune in to what’s going on in your heart. God gave you your emotions; he doesn’t expect you to ignore them. You don’t have to plaster on a smile and muscle through. As you lean into God first, and then embrace the emotions that your situation is stirring, he will use what you are feeling to draw you closer to himself.

Staying steady when things get hard has nothing to do with how strong you are and everything to do with how strong God is.

No matter how smart, rich, connected or resourceful you consider yourself to be, you can’t make it through life’s toughest storms unscathed on your own. But as you build your life on the foundation of God’s strength and take these practical steps in every difficult situation you face, you will be able withstand whatever comes your way during this new year of fresh possibilities.

Nelson Searcy is the lead pastor of The Journey Church in Boca Raton. The 2.5 yearold church meets at Boca Raton Community High School (I-95 and Glades Rd) each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. For more, visit www.boca journey.com. He is the author of 11 books and served for 10 years as a pastor in New York City before moving to South Florida. Each person who visits The Journey Church in September will receive a FREE copy of his latest book “Unshakable: Standing Strong When Things Go Wrong” — on which this article is based.

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Kenoyer on ‘big break’ for 2nd time

Posted on 22 August 2013 by L.Moore

Pages 09-16By Gary Curreri

Lighthouse Point’s Stefanie Kenoyer is hoping the second time is a charm.

Kenoyer, 24, who was a contestant on Big Break Mexico earlier this year, will compete on Big Break NFL, which premieres on Oct. 8 at 9 p.m. on the Golf Channel.

Not many people in our sport get this kind of opportunity to be on Big Break in the first place, let alone two Big Breaks in one year!” said Kenoyer, who was one of the more popular competitors on Big Break Mexico and was the sixth player eliminated from the series. “I’m blessed to have another opportunity to give it another go.”

Participating on two Big Break series this year was unique for Kenoyer. Big Break NFL Puerto Rico was shot the first two weeks of June while Big Break Mexico was airing on the Golf Channel. Her elimination episode on Big Break Mexico aired two weeks after she returned from Big Break NFL Puerto Rico.

I have become an expert at keeping secrets, but this has been even tougher because I had to keep secret about not just one Big Break, but two,” joked Kenoyer, who was paired with 17-year NFL kicker Al DelGreco and Oren Geri in Big Break NFL. “All of the teams were full of great competitors! We had an absolute blast. I wouldn’t trade this experience in 2013 for the world.”

Big Break NFL Puerto Rico will be all about reunion, redemption and teamwork this fall when 12 previous Big Break competitors return to team up with six of the NFL’s all-time greats. Two past Big Break competitors – one male and one female, will join one NFL legend to form threeperson teams. The series will feature a new format twist to Big Break – teams will win or lose as teams. On the line will be $50,000 to the winning NFL legend’s designated charity, along with 2014 PGA TOUR and LPGA Tour tournament exemptions, cash and other prizes for the Big Break competitors.

It is a pressure-packed, nerve racking situation every time you step out on the course on Big Break,” Kenoyer said. “When they called me and said, ‘we’d like to have you back,’ immediately, no questions asked, I said ‘yes’…to think I got to spend three weeks with six of some of the greatest football players there are was an incredible experience. There was no tackling on the golf course, thankfully; but we were all fierce competitors.”

NBC Sports’ Sunday Night Football sideline reporter and Emmy Award-winner Michele Tafoya joins Golf Channel’s Tom Abbott to cohost Big Break NFL Puerto Rico. Serving as the backdrop will be the luxurious Dorado Beach Resort in Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico.

The pressure on Big Break is an all-time high because in a normal golf tournament, you have 54 holes or 72 holes to make up for your mistakes,” said Kenoyer, who played high school golf at Cardinal Gibbons and Westminster Academy high schools before playing collegiately at Furman University.

On the show, you literally had one chance and your team is counting on you and everyone at home is watching, and you have 80 people around you with the crew and all of the cameras … and never have I felt more pressure, and I played in the U.S. Open.”

Kenoyer, the lone contestant on Big Break Mexico to have competed in a major championship – 2009 U.S. Women’s Open, said she

knows what it is like to play in front of large crowds and cameras; yet, this was a different experience altogether.

I still felt my hands shake and my heart beat out of my chest,” said Kenoyer, who is playing full-time on the Symetra Tour with a refreshed sense of confidence and passion following the experience.

Taylor Collins, also 24, of Ft. Lauderdale, won Big Break Mexico when she defeated Tampa’s Matthew Galloway in an intense 18- hole singles match on the season finalé.

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Experience a tour of Italy at Antonio’s Ristoranté

Posted on 22 August 2013 by L.Moore

Pages 09-16By Becki Coffy

If you are looking for authentic, wonderful Italian food, then look no further than Antonio’s Ristoranté in The Cove Shopping Center.

Owners Alex Poulous and Paul Ferorelli have created a little piece of Italy right here in Deerfield Beach.

As soon as my husband and I walked through the door, we were greeted with the tantalizing scents of tomato, basil, garlic and fresh bread. White tablecloths and soft colors invite you to sit and relax. Fried calamari,mussels and Calamari Antonio, Scungilli salad, mozzarella sticks and homemade soups are available to start your meal.

We chose to skip the appetizers and head straight for the entree. Before we ordered, we were served a big basket of fresh garlic rolls. The rolls can be ordered with or without garlic, but when in Rome … The rolls were soft, warm, tender and covered with fresh garlic and olive oil.

For his entrée, my husband tried the Chicken Dijon. This chicken dish is sautéed with mushrooms and artichoke hearts and served in a white wine and Dijon mustard sauce with cream. There are many other chicken dishes to choose from, including Chicken Marsala, Francese, Parmagiana and Cacciatore, to mention a few. His meal included either soup or salad and a side of pasta with red sauce.

He chose to start with the Pasta Fagioli soup that was thick with beans, pasta and a hearty broth. I began my meal with the garden salad. Creamy Garlic, an Italian vinaigrette and Creamy Romano dressings are available. I tried the Creamy Romano, and it was delicious.

Since Antonio’s is wellknown for its fresh fish, I decided to try one of the daily specials and ordered the Snapper Francese. The fish was tender, moist and lightly breaded and cooked in a fresh lemon, broth and cream sauce. To go with my snapper, I chose the broccoli sautéed with toasted fresh garlic and olive oil and could not have been happier. The garlic was crisp and complemented the vegetable perfectly. My partner selected the pasta with red sauce as his side. The homemade sauce was thick and rich and full of spices and tomatoes. It was a wonderful delicate sauce for his pasta.

Shrimp Scampi, Fra Diavolo and Armando (shrimp sautéed with scallions, sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms, artichoke hearts in a rose sauce) and Linguini with white or red clam sauce are just a few of the seafood dishes available. Of course, the traditional Lasagna, Ravioli and Ziti are always popular selections.

Antonio’s menu offers veal choices such as Veal Milanese, Marsala, Francese and Parmagiana.

Pasta dishes include pasta with garlic and oil, meatballs or sausage, or marinara sauce, Fettuccine Alfredo, Penne alla Vodka, Angel Hair Carbonara and more.

For a more casual dinner, you may order a Calzone or Stromboli or try one of their homemade or specialty pizzas.

There are daily specials that should not be missed. The night we dined at Antonio’s, we could choose from Snapper, Tilapia and Salmon. All fish may be ordered Francese or broiled.

Paul Ferorelli feels the secret to their wonderful cuisine is the consistency. If you have a sweet tooth, be sure to try their cheesecake or any of their traditional Italian desserts such as Cannoli, Tiramisu and Spumoni ice cream.

Be sure to give this restaurant a try the first chance you get. You will not be disappointed. Antonio’s has been part of the Deerfield Beach community for over 40 years. They also have FREE delivery.

Antonio’s is located at 1636 SE 3 Ct. in The Cove Shopping Center. For reservations, call 954-427-4871 or 954-427-9002.

For more information, including menu, visit www.antoniosdeerfieldbeach.com.

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FLICKS: “The Butler” & “The Artist and the Model”

Posted on 22 August 2013 by L.Moore

By Dave Montalbano

http://cinemadave.livejournal.com

Oprah Winfrey’s The Butler oops, I mean Lee Daniel s’ The Butler broke through the August box office doldrums with a $25 box office gross. As the title character, Forest Whitaker leads an ensemble cast with offbeat casting, most notably Robin Williams as President Eisenhower, John Cusack as President Nixon and Jane Fonda as Nancy Reagan. There are moments of domestic struggles mixed with family tension of the times. The matinee screening was well-received and people applauded at the end of the film, so expect some Oscar buzz. As a sharecropper’s son working in the cotton fields of Georgia, Cecil Gaines (Whitaker) witnesses the rape of his mother and the murder of his father by a white trash overseer. The plantation owner (Vanessa Redgrave) sympathizes with the boy and trains him to be a house servant. By paying attention to detail, Gaines grows up, leaves the plantation and eventually gets hired by the White House during the Eisenhower Administration. Gaines serves seven presidents, and, during this time, he raises two boys; the oldest becomes a community organizer with the Black Panthersand the youngest goes to Vietnam. His wife, Gloria (Oprah), has issues with sex, drugs and soul music. While being honored by President Reagan (Alan Rickman), Gaines has a crisis of identity and questions his whole life. Gaines retires from his job and eventually votes for Barack Obama.

While being advertised as a slice of history, this film is actually a fictional piece of rhetoric. Some moments are historical fact, while many fictional elements are created for artistic license … or, dare we say, political propaganda? There is enough information on the Internet to research the balance between fantasy and reality regarding this motion picture. Yet, as one learns in English composition classes, the final words spoken often reveal the author’s perspective.

While 15 minutes too long for its own good, The Butler is an entertaining movie. Oprah is likely to be Oscar nominated again. She and Whitaker share true chemistry. The celebrity/presidential cameos are an actor’s dream and the soundtrack is an effective toe tapper. Yet, the film feels like a manufactured Oscar contender.

The Artist and the Model opens tomorrow for a limited engagement. It is a pure “art house” movie, shot in black & white with English subtitles, and features a struggling artist who paints a nude model during war time. It ends the summer art house season as Renoir began, both films complement each other.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 22 August 2013 by L.Moore

DEERFIELD BEACH

August 16 A man was arrested and charged with a narcotics felony at 200 W. Hillsboro Blvd. He was stopped for running a red light and found in possession of narcotics.

August 16 A motorcycle was reported stolen from 641 S. AIA.

August 17 A man reported his home at 190 NE 39 Court broken into. The items taken from his home were found in the backyard.

August 17 A man was arrested and charged with a narcotics felony. He was stopped for not having a bicycle light and found to be in possession of four pieces of crack cocaine. Incident was reported at 1200 S. Federal Hwy.

August 17 A woman reported that two men approached her and tried to steal her necklace. She fought them off, but one man was able to get away with a crucifix valued at approximately $200. Incident was reported at 4847 N. Dixie Hwy.

August 17 A woman reported her car parked at 219 SW 1 Terr. broken into and a purse with a checkbook, personal ID and $70 stolen.

August 17 A vehicle was reported stolen from 1428 SE 4 Ave.

August 18 One woman reported her car stolen and another woman reported her car broken into through the rear passenger window at 230 NW 5 St.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

August 13 A man reported his wallet stolen while he was at a party in Boca Raton. The man found that charges were made to his bank account. Incident was reported at 3000 NE 34 St.

August 15 It was reported that a home at 2911 NE 39 Court was broken into. The bedrooms were rummaged through and two laptop computers were stolen.

August 15 An attempted home burglary was reported at 3931 NE 31 Ave.

August 15 A home burglary was reported at 2830 NE 47 St. The home was rummaged through and a watch was stolen.

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