| May, 2014

CRIME WATCH

Posted on 22 May 2014 by LeslieM

DEERFIELD BEACH

May 2 A woman reported her bicycle stolen from her front yard at 1919 NE 1 St.

May 6 A man reported that three men attacked him at 1200 SE 4 St. The men stole his backpack containing a laptop, cell phone, shirt, notebook and pencils.

May 6 A woman reported her propane tank stolen from her grill at 261 NE 19 Ave.

May 6 A property manager reported that a tenant caused $5,000 to an apartment at 324 NE 19 Ave.

May 7 A man reported his car burglarized at the Shell station at 301 Sample Rd.

DEERFIELD – District 4

May 16 Report of Criminal Mischief was made at Waterford Courtyards South, 2522 SW 15 St.Victim advised BSO that a possible known suspect keyed the front hood of her blue Range Rover, while it was parked in the parking lot outside her residence. Damage was less than $1,000.

May 17 Conveyance burglary took place at Quiet Waters Park, 401 S. Powerline Rd. Unknown suspect(s) smashed the windows of three vehicles in the parking lot of the Ski Rixen at Quiet Waters Park. The unknown suspect(s) stole purses from inside all three vehicles.

May 17 Conveyance burglary occurred at Walgreens, 120 S. Powerline Rd. Victim interrupted two unknown males attempting to take a miter saw and table from the bed of the victim’s truck. The suspects fled the area without getting any property from the victim.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

April 21 Victim said he picked up an unknown female at a bar and claimed she drugged him and stole items from his apartment at 2800 NE 28 St., including his wallet, $400 in cash, laptop and an IPad. Police conducted interviews that found the story was made-up and the victim recanted the report.

April 22 Someone from a country club homeowner’s association fraudulently cashed checks at a Publix located at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. The eight separate checks were valued at $300.

April 23 Two fabric covers valued at $500 were stolen from a trailer behind the victim’s residence at 2648 NE 21 Terr.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Posted on 22 May 2014 by LeslieM

RE: Community gardens

Dear Editor: The Deerfield Beach city commission voted to explore community gardens.

All they need to do is look at history. The Pilgrims had a community garden for their first couple of years and they almost starved to death. The Soviet Union and China had communal gardening and they failed. The reason is that in every society there are many slackers who don’t show up for the work, but want some of the food at harvest time.

Apparently, the city has experimented with communal gardening in Constitution Park and failed. For years I have been taking my 94-yearold mother for walks in Constitution Park. They have a fenced-in garden area with two papaya plants in one corner and the rest is weeds.

The bad news is that the commission stated that this be one of the first items considered for the budget.

As far as I can tell, only one person has asked for this.

If a group of people commit to doing the work, the city could offer some land for their use, but if they make this a budget item, those tomatoes that we can buy for 99 cents a lb. will end up costing the tax payers $100 a lb.

Robert Lloyd

Deerfield Beach

Editor’s note: St. Paul’s United Methodist, at 244 SE 2 Ave., Deerfield Beach, FL 33441 (the same street as City Hall, just south of Hillsboro Boulevard) was offering community garden plots a few years back. 954- 427-9407.

The Fruitful Field, neighboring Deerfield on the acreage around Parkway United Methodist, 100 NE 44 St., Pompano Beach, FL 33064 offers a spectacular model of how a community garden can benefit a whole community, as the fresh produce grown supplements area food banks.

www.thefruitfulfield.org.

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HAPPENINGS

Posted on 22 May 2014 by LeslieM

Broward County Expo

Thursday, May 22, 5 to 9 p.m.

JM Lexus 5350 W. Sample Rd. Margate, FL 33073

Business and Consumer Trade Show featuring 100 of South Florida’s top companies exhibiting their products and services. Presented by Broward County Chamber of Commerce & Many World Class Partners. Red carpet VIP event, professionally catered, open bar, valet service, entertainment. Features 12 seminars and workshops on “How To Do Business With Broward County Government” presented by Broward County Office of Economic and Small Business Development. Social Media Extravaganza including Facebook After-Hours, LinkedIn Meet Up, Google+ Circle Event & Twitter Networking. Silent auction benefits the Make a Wish Foundation. $10 in advance, $15 at the door. 954- 565-5750, www.BrowardCountyExpo.com , www.ChamberRSVP.com .

Re-dedication of Freedom Shrine

Friday, May 23, 11 a.m.

Pompano Beach Civic Center 1801 NE 6 St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Honors local military hero, Kip Jacoby, of Pompano, who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2005. Speakers: Chip LaMarca, Lamar Fisher, Glenn Troast. Organized by Pompano Beach Exchange Club.

South Florida Chamber Ensemble performs

Saturday, May 24, 7:30 p.m.

Emma Lou Olson Center 1801 NE 6 St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Final concert of the season. Includes: Mozart, Beethoven, Puccini, Rossini and more. $15 regular admission/$10- students/seniors/military/ kids under 12 free with paid adult ticket. Call 954- 803-3762 or visit www.sfcemusic.com.

Bishop Grundorf’s Annual Visit

Sunday, May 25, 10 a.m.

Saint Peter’s Anglican Church 1416 SE 2 Terr. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Holy Communion, free buffet to follow service. Visit newly renovated memorial garden. Everyone welcome. 954-695-0336.

Memorial Day Events –Boca Raton

Monday, May 26 –Commemorative Ceremony, 9 a.m.

Boca Raton Cemetery 449 SW 4 Ave. Boca Raton, FL 33432

Featuring veterans groups, city officials, music by Ft. Lauderdale Highlanders and Boca Raton Community High School Band; drills by Boca Raton Community High School NJROTC and Boca RatonPolice and Fire Honor Guards. Volunteers provided by Boca Raton Kiwanis. FREE.

–Concert, 7 to 9 p.m.

Mizner Park, Amphitheater 590 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432

The Indian River Pops & Robert Sharon Chorale along with the New Gardens Band will perform. This full concert band will feature patriotic music under the direction of Owen Seward. FREE. For more information, call 561.393.7995.

Sundays at the Butler House

Sunday, May 27, 2 to 5 p.m.

The Butler House 380 E. Hillsboro Blvd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

May Memories” to honor veterans. Concert by U.S. 13th Army Band, kids activities, exhibits, Butler House Tours, and more. Picnic fare/ beverages. Free entrance (optional purchases for food, drinks, etc.). 954-429- 0378.

Card Party

Tuesday, May 27 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Pompano Beach Elks 700 NE 10 St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Held by Benevolent Patriotic Order of Does Drove 142. Open to the public. Bring table of friends/group. $4 (includes dessert and coffee). Call 561-479- 2002 for reservations.

Save the date: I am Complete Women’s Retreat

Friday, May 30 and Saturday, May 31

DoubleTree by Hilton 100 Fairway Dr., Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Relax in a Sisterhood of Support. Stay over and experience everything from a pajama party to dancing, pampering and more. It is all about self-care and destressing while creating new friendships and plenty of fun. Learn from motivational and informative guest speakers. Visit www.iamcompleteretreat.com for details.

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CLERGY CORNER: Summer Daze

Posted on 22 May 2014 by LeslieM

Summer is a time for stepping back from the business of daily schedules and routines; a time for relaxing and rendezvousing with family and friends. But while the hot, hazy days have a way of lulling us into a lazy summer daze, this time of year shouldn’t be all play. If we will choose to be intentional, summer is also the perfect time to reconnect with God and grow spiritually.

The break from the daily grind that this time of year gives us opens the space we sometimes need to refocus our mind and energy on God. You and I can capitalize on summer’s more relaxed atmosphere to make sure we are taking some of the practical steps that will grow faith year-round:

Read Your Bible – Looking for some summer reading? Why not start with the Bible? If you’ve never read much of the Bible, you may be surprised by just how entertaining it is. There’s plenty of drama and intrigue to keep you engaged during your days on the beach. The gospel of Mark is a good place to start. From there, read the rest of the gospels, Proverbs and Paul’s letters to the early church. You’ll find lots to chew on.

Talk to God – The relaxed pace of summer will likely give you more wiggle room in your morning routine. Why not take advantage of this time to start a morning habit of spending a few minutes in prayer. Start your day by thanking God for who He is and all the ways He has blessed your life. Thank Him for all of the good things that are unique to this time of year. Ask Him to draw close to you and direct your summer days.

Spend Time with Other Believers – If church is something that seems to get crowded out of your schedule other times of the year, decide to use the summer to get into the habit of attending regularly. If you do, I bet you won’t want to stop when the fall rolls around. That weekly hour of worship will become something you look forward to.

Don’t spend your summer days in a summer daze. Just like every year, the next three months of fun and sun will be here and then over before you know it. You can choose to drift through these days and get to the fall in no better spiritual condition than you are now, or you can choose to be intentional about using the summer to grow your relationship with God; to do a few simple things that will ensure you are enjoying deeper fellowship with Him when the weather begins to cool down and new routines begin to ramp up.

Let me invite you to start a summer of spiritual growth by attending The Journey’s kick off of God On Film happens June 1. In this engaging series, we’ll be discovering the hidden meaning behind some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters. Every first-time guest who attends on June 1 will receive a FREE Cinemark movie ticket. Plus, you’ll receive my latest devotional book, Unshakable. More great summer reading! Hope to see you there!

Nelson Searcy is the lead pastor of The Journey Church in Boca Raton. The 2.5-year-old church meets at Boca Raton Community High School (I-95 and Glades Rd.) each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. For more, visit www.bocajourney.com. Searcy 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 this summer 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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Somy Ali: A Rising Star helping those who need it most

Posted on 16 May 2014 by JLusk

Somy midshot for India magBy Rachel Galvin

After receiving the Rising Star Award at the 2014 Induction of The Broward County Women’s Hall of Fame at Deer Creek Country Club, Somy Ali realized how far she had come.

She said, “It made me realize how resilient one can be and how one can beat the odds.”

For Somy, life wasn’t always easy. Growing up in Pakistan, she experienced domestic violence first hand. Her mother told her “it was the fate of Muslim women.” But Somy knew better. Luckily, she was able to move away to America at age 9 with her mother and younger brother thanks to her uncle who lived in South Florida.

At 15, her life took a detour. She ended up back overseas in India to meet her crush, a Bollywood actor. She not only met him, but ended up making 10 movies with him and getting engaged. But the relationship was not to be and she moved back to Miami, put money into real estate, pursued a higher education and started her own clothing line.

But it was when an abused Bangladeshi woman showed up on her door that she would realize her true calling and the idea of her company, No More Tears (NMT), was born. Begun in 2006, her organization helps immigrant women and their families who have suffered domestic abuse, women who may not know the language or customs of America. She has helped hundreds of women with everything from getting medical assistance to getting an attorney, from learning to drive to learning about their rights. In many of the countries that these women come from, children are treated like property and women are afraid that if they leave, their children will end up back with their abusive father. Somy’s organization helps them to obtain proper status.

“My motivation to continue is to make sure I can stop or help those that were physically and sexually abused. I was told as a child and in my teenage years that I would not amount to anything. My motivation comes from all those that said this to me. I do not want any woman to go through what my mother went through and I do not want any child to be a victim of what my brother and I were in Pakistan,” says Somy. “I know I can’t eradicate abuse my lifetime, but at least I can take a stand against it. I can rescue those that are in the midst of it and guarantee that it won’t happen to them again.”

Somy Ali, who is currently working on her autobiography, will be speaking at the Woman’s Club of Deerfield Beach on May 21 at 7 p.m. To find out more about No More Tears and Somy’s clothing line (proceeds go to NMT), visit No More Tears.

No More Tears holiday party(On left): Somy Ali with mother and children she helped at No More Tears holiday party.

 Birthday party for 2 of NMT children with survivors(On left): Somy at birthday party for 2 children with survivors.

 

 

 

 

 

Survivor graduates nursing school(On left): Survivor graduates from nursing school.

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Capellini trial begins

Posted on 16 May 2014 by JLusk

 

After 5 ½ years, the trial of former Deerfield Beach Mayor Al Capellini began Tuesday, May 13 in front of Broward Circuit Judge Marc Gold, a day after it was originally intended to begin.

Capellini is being represented by defense attorney David Bogenschutz. Assistant Broward State Attorney Catherine Maus  is arguing for the prosecution.

Capellini, who began as mayor of Deerfield Beach in 1993, was suspended by then-governor Charlie Crist on Dec. 15, 2008 due to accusations which he is now contesting. Cappelini was charged with unlawful compensation, a third-degree felony, stemming from his alleged involvement in the development at Natura.

Capellini is slated to go on the stand in his own stand the afternoon of Monday, May 19. The verdict is predicted to be ready late Tuesday or first thing Wednesday. When the verdict comes in, we will report it here.

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“I Am Complete” Women’s Retreat offers women two days of fun, pampering, and sisterhood

Posted on 16 May 2014 by JLusk

Retreat also helps raise funds for Debbie’s Dream – a non-profit supporting stomach cancer research

IMG_9673- Final FUN Group picDeerfield Beach/Boca–As a woman of many responsibilities, it’s hard to find time for yourself. All day, every day, you are doing something for everyone else and at the end of the day, you have nothing left to give to yourself. It’s time to change that and make yourself a priority at the “I am Complete” Women’s Retreat coming to South Florida May 30th-31st, 2014.

Designed to bring women together as a true community with no obligations, task lists, pressure and judgment and create fun, relaxation, expression and expansion, the “I Am Complete Retreat” is a retreat like no other. It is also intended to give back by supporting Debbie’s Dream Foundation: Curing Stomach Cancer, a non-profit organization focused on finding a cure for stomach cancer. www.debbiesdream.org

Sherry Kane, the creator and the inspiration behind the “I Am Complete Woman™” movement is passionate about working with busy, successful women who are ready to engage in committed and consistent self-care so they live a whole life of personal and professional happiness, health and well-being and by doing so, serve others profoundly.
Sherry started this retreat after going through her own renewal and self-care process.

“I know so much about this topic because I lived it for years.  I was everybody’s beck and call girl.  I love to serve others and am completely devoted to my husband of almost 20 years and our two boys,” said Sherry.  “Add into the mix being a business owner, a dutiful daughter, a reliable friend and a genuine love of helping other people and you’ve got a woman who is stretched way too thin, with too much going on and no time for herself…. I did this for years.”

For Sherry, it was a getaway retreat that greatly impacted her life and that experience was a major “wakeup call” to the fact that “she wasn’t living, she was merely existing”.  As a result, she completely transformed her life and is now creating that for other women who are suffering from that “on-going, over the top, I’m never going to make it existence that’s driving me crazy.”

This women’s retreat is specifically designed to allow you to remove yourself from your daily environment and duties to “run-away” for just a bit so you can embrace the full life you were meant to live.
Get ready to enjoy pampering/massages, spa party experience, yoga session, dance party, entertainment, motivational speakers, learning how to improve your health and wellness and much more.

A successful business owner for over fifteen years, an inspirational speaker and Women’s Prosperity Network (WPN) Broward Chapter Leader, as well as a wife for nearly twenty years and mom of two active boys, Sherry knows firsthand how living a busy life (even one you love!) can cause feelings of being overextended and overwhelmed. Her own journey of rediscovering herself increased her health, focus and productivity and gave her the courage to stop playing small and step into her bigger destiny.

During her two-day retreat, you‘ll experience fun, friendship, relaxation, rejuvenation, pampering, self- empowerment, personal growth and development, as well as strategies to improve your health and vitality. The retreat will show you how to have more joy, balance, productivity and optimism so that you can live serenely and stress-free.

At the event, there will be a special raffle to raise money for Debbie’s Dream Foundation. In addition to helping raise awareness about the non-profit organization and its mission, Sherry wanted to honor a special friend in her journey.

“I chose this charity because it is very close to my heart since the president and founder, Debbie Zelman, is a dear friend of mine that I’ve known for many years,” said Sherry. “I’ve watched her since she was first diagnosed with Stage IV incurable Stomach Cancer over 6 years ago. It is a very powerful story…  She just finished her 105th round of chemo therapy.  When first diagnosed , Debbie was told she only had 3 months to live. My friend Debbie is a strong, powerful woman who is inspiring others all over the world.”

Since Debbie will be undergoing extensive radiation treatment, her mother, Madelyn Zelman, will be sharing her daughter’s story during this event designed to not only reach your heart but increase your energy and focus on strengthening all your relationships, especially that with yourself. The goal is to raise women’s awareness of preventative self-care and maintaining good health on a daily basis before it’s too late.

During the event you will:

  • Learn how to start experiencing more joy daily by implementing simple strategies into your everyday life
  • Uncover why you are running so hard and what you must do to change that to live more serenely
  • Understand what balance means to you and achieve more of it
  • Stay rejuvenated and refreshed no matter what is going on around you at the moment
  • Stop putting self-care at the bottom of your to-do list and instead, feel like a million bucks because you are the priority in your own life (about time, don’t you think?!)
  • Create a bond of sisterhood with other fabulous women so that support, strength and guidance are always available
  • Maintain a high altitude for your mind, body and spirit so that you can handle any situation with energy and enthusiasm

Early bird tickets for the two day retreat are $397 for a Limited Time and include hotel stay for one night, double occupancy, dinner, lunch, breakfast, and snacks (optional upgrade for single occupancy). For more information on the event, or how to register, please contact Sherry Kane, founder of the “I am Complete” Women’s Retreat at 954-324-3840 or sherry@sherrykane.com. You can also visit www.iamcompleteretreat.com or www.facebook.com/iamcompleteretreat for full details.

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Bengals take third in County meet

Posted on 15 May 2014 by LeslieM

Pages 09-16By Gary Curreri

Three was the lucky number for the Pompano Beach Bengals girls track team at the Broward County Middle School Track and Field meet recently at South Plantation High School.

Three members of the girls track team won their respective events and helped the Bengals take third in the meet with 48 points. Lauderdale Lakes was first with 73 points, while William Dandy was second with 66 points. The Pompano Middle School boys also took third in the meet with 27 points. Lauderdale Lakes (70.50) and William Dandy (49) were first and second, respectively, as well.

Carshaylah Harrison (high jump) and sisters Dominique Spann (1,600-meter run) and Daishon Spann (800-meter run) each won their events to pace the team.

Harrison, 14, of Pompano Beach, successfully defended her title in the high jump with a personal best jump of 5-ft.

I’ve been doing track since the first grade,” Harrison said. “I like that you have to be dedicated. It’s a fun sport and you make a lot of friends. Fivefeet was my goal coming into the meet and clearing it gives me confidence. Even though I didn’t win the 400, I am still happy with what I got.

Dominique Spann, 11, a sixth grader at the school, won the 1,600-meter run with a time of 5:41.85. Her older sister, Daishon, a seventh grader, repeated in winning the 800- meter run with a personal best time of 2:20.80.

It is important to carry on the family tradition,” said Dominique, who is the third youngest of six siblings. She laughed when she said they take her phone away from her when she doesn’t run well. “I have a lot of pressure on me. I just have to try my hardest and get a better time.”

Daishon Spann said it was important to repeat the 800- meter champion.

I had to show people that it wasn’t just luck,” said Daishon Spann, who trimmed five seconds off her personalbest time this year of 2:25.33 with a 2:20.80. “I have a good rivalry with my siblings. It’s good. We go back and forth with, ‘I can beat you.’ We support each other a lot. It was good to know that I sort of had an impact on (Dominique) winning and, when she won, it gave me motivation to win because I knew she would give it back to me at home.”

Pompano Beach Middle’s girls also had Takiyah Johnson (400-meter dash, 4th and 200- meter dash, 8th), Harrison (400-meter dash, 5th) and Dominique Spann (discus, 4th) make the finals.

Pompano’s girls’ relays teams took second in the 4×400-meter relay and seventh in the 4×100-meter relay. Pompano’s boys were led by Marquis Williams (100- meter dash, 4th), Giovanni Campbell (200-meter dash, 4th), Allen Escuage (800- meter run, 2nd), Rayan Miller (1,600-meter run, 6th) reach the finals.

Pompano’s boys’ relays teams took second in the 4×200-meter relay; fifth in the 4×100-meter relay and eighth in the 4×400-meter relay.

TEJADA NAMED ALL-STATE

Blanche Ely point guard Lance Tejada II was recently named first-team all-state in Class 7A by the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches (FABC) and Source Hoops.

Tejada, who was a starter on Ely’s 2012-13 state championship team, averaged 23.3 points per game as a senior, which was nearly double his scoring average from his junior season. Tejada, who signed with East Carolina, also averaged five assists and three rebounds in leading the Tigers to the regional semifinals.

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FLICKS: The German Doctor & the importance of May 12

Posted on 15 May 2014 by LeslieM

By Dave Montalbano

http://cinemadave.livejournal.com

Nineteen years ago this month, when I was a Social Studies teacher at Loggers’ Run Community Middle School, my 6th grade students helped me produce A Tribute to the Men & Women of the World War II Generation. Besides listening to Big Band music, hearing a patriotic chorus with some goofy Three Stooges like stagehands, the assembly also had some serious moments. Tammy Greenberg read a letter written by Erika Hubert, who talked about her German childhood during World War II. Andrea Rajier read a letter written by her German grandmother who fled to Argentina during the rise of Adolph Hitler. Tammy and Andrea’s no nonsense performance brought tears to the eyes of cynical 6th Graders and several weary Middle School teachers.

As a journalist and information scientist, it pains me to see how important lessons of history are being forgotten by this new generation raised on video games and tablets, as if any news story three months old is considered ancient history. This is why a movie like The German Doctor is still being produced in these days of raunchy low budget comedies. This film was Argentine’s representative for best foreign film for the 2013 Oscar season.

It opens with a title sequence similar to a Guillermo Del Toro’s monster show … notebooks filled with sketches of human anatomy with charts and graphs written in German. It is as if we are reading The Secrets of Life written by Henry Frankenstein from those Universal monster movies from 80 years ago. We learn that these are the notebooks of Josef Mengele (Alex Brendemuhl), the notorious Nazi war criminal who specialized in genetic research using Jewish citizens as unwilling subjects.

Mengele befriends an Argentinean family and the secret Nazi becomes a fixture in the community. After doing a few good deeds and earning the trust of the family, Menegele is able to convince them to try his “harmless” serum that will prevent genetic defects. As the serum causes side effects, Menegele and his assistant accurately record and write about their scientific experiment.

Unlike Gregory Peck’s over-the-top performance as the hyperactive Menegele in The Boys from Brazil, Brenedmuhl is a silent, but charismatic predator. He has a good bedside manner with his patients, especially children. The true Menegele is revealed as he cold bloodedly writes about the genetic mutations he is causing with his “harmless” science experiments. Written and directed by Lucia Puenzo, this Spanish language film with English subtitles, features gorgeous cinematography with a dark story and noir characters.

As I write this, it is May 12, 2014, which marks the 40 year anniversary that my parents and I moved into Palm Aire at Coral Key in Lighthouse Point. While unpacking my stuff, the movie playing in the background was The Jugglar, one of the first movies to deal with post traumatic stress syndrome for Holocaust survivors. John Banner (Hogan’s Heroes Sgt. Schultz) and Kirk Douglas starred, who also produced this movie. Besides being the birthday of Florence Nightingale, Katharine Hepburn, Malin Akerman and Emily VanCamp, May 12 also marked my Mom’s 90th birthday.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 15 May 2014 by LeslieM

DEERFIELD BEACH

April 23 Two women were observed stealing two smart watches from Target at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd.

April 24 A man reported his car parked at 429 13 Court broken into.

April 26 The Deerfield Country Club at 50 Fairway Drive was broken into and a computer and television were stolen.

April 26 A man was observed stealing a 12-pack of beer from 301 W. Hillsboro Blvd.

April 27 It was reported that a man entered a car parked at 453 NE 19 Ave. and rummaged through the glove box.

DEERFIELD – District 4

May 3 Criminal Mischief was reported in Deer Creek at 3531 Deer Creek Palladian Circle.Unknown suspects(s) used golf club(s) to break out windows of three parked vehicles on the street.

May 3 Criminal Mischief took place at 3352 Deer Creek Lake Shore Dr. Two vehicles in the driveway had their back windows smashed out with golf clubs.

May 3 Criminal Mischief occurred at 691 Deer Creek Edgewater Dr. Unknown suspects(s) smashed the rear window on a blue 1997 Aston Martin while it was parked and unoccupied at the reported residence.

May 3 Criminal Mischief was reported at 668 Deer Creek Edgewater Dr. Unknown suspects(s) broke the rear window on the victim’s 2007 black Cadillac while it was parked and unoccupied at the reported residence.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

April 19 A subject was observed taking doughnuts, guacamole mix, oatmeal and hard boiled eggs, placing them in a bag and leaving the store located at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. without paying for them. Merchandise was valued at $6.07.

April 19 Someone spray painted graffiti on a 4-ft. wall outside a business located at 1819 NE 25 St. Damage was $300.

April 19 A store employee observed a subject selecting three 18-pack cases of beer and going outside the store located at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. without paying for them. The subject was confronted and fled. Merchandise was valued at $56.97.

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