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Posted on 22 January 2015 by L.Moore

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 22 January 2015 by L.Moore

DEERFIELD BEACH

Jan. 1 A bicycle theft was reported at 1001 E. Hillsboro Blvd.

Jan. 2 A man used a knife to cut headphones from a rack at Super Target, 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd. The man then stole the headphones.

Jan. 5 An auto theft was reported at 1076 Harwood F in Century Village.

Jan. 5 A burglary to a vacant property was reported at 625 NW 2 Way.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Jan. 3 A subject attempted to open a fraudulent account at a bank at 3600 N. Federal Hwy. and cash an IRS check in the amount of $25,123.95 using a person’s identity. It is unknown if the check was fraudulent as well.

Jan. 3 The victim began preparing for a trip to Mexico and laid all of her jewelry out at her residence at 2231 NE 34 Court. She said she was placing it in a suitcase and had her cleaning company over and believes one of the employees may have taken the jewelry valued at $12,500. The owner of the company said he would talk to the employees.

Jan. 4 A subject was observed drawing graffiti on a sign outside a business at 3128 N. Federal Hwy. He was stopped by police and admitted to it. A check of the person revealed he was in possession of marijuana. He was taken into custody.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 15 January 2015 by L.Moore

DEERFIELD BEACH

Dec. 24 A burglary was reported at a Cubsmart storage unit at 321 W. Hillsboro Blvd. A storage locker was broken into.

Dec. 24 A vehicle was stolen from a residence at 1330 SW 10 Ave.

Dec. 24 Two men were seen taking old appliances from an enclosed storage area at 864 Spring Circle.

Dec. 24 A man stole a wallet from another man at Publix at 3740 W. Hillsboro Blvd.

DEERFIELD – District 4

Jan. 9 A conveyance burglary was reported at Super Target, 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Suspect followed the victim to her car and while she was unloading the items she purchased, the suspect grabbed her purse from the front seat and ran to a getaway vehicle.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Dec. 20 Police responded to a drunk person causing a disturbance at 4480 N. Federal Hwy. The man was told to pay a $13 tab and he attempted to; however, his credit card was declined.

Dec. 21 Victim returned home on 22 Ave. and discovered his Comcast TV signal was not working. He checked outside and discovered four trees in his backyard had been cut down near the electrical pole. The victim did not give permission to anyone to cut down the trees. Damage to the property was $2,000.

Dec. 21 Police found a driver asleep at the wheel at an intersection at the 3600 block of N. Federal Highway. Two plastic bags of a substance that tested positive for cocaine was discovered. $1,836 in cash was also found in the vehicle.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 08 January 2015 by L.Moore

DEERFIELD BEACH

Dec. 17 A man loaned his car to a friend who refused to return the car. The theft was reported at 1332 NW 3 St.

Dec. 17 A man reported that his iPhone was stolen by another man at a business at 1900 S. Powerline Rd.

Dec. 17 A woman reported that her father-in-law broke into her storage unit at 731 NE 42 St. and stole two sewer machines and a stereo system.

Dec. 17 A truck was stolen from a driveway at 95 SE 7 Ave.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Dec. 11 Victim said he wanted a subject trespassed from a business at 5200 N. Federal Hwy. because he was soliciting customers for money and causing disturbances inside the business.

Dec. 11 Subject kept stopping in front of the victims’ residence at 2340 NE 35 St. telling contractors not to do work for the woman because they won’t get paid. The subject was trespassed from the area and told not to return.

Dec. 12 A subject purchased $30 worth of products at a store located at 2474 N. Federal Hwy and stumbled into a display at a nearby table and concealed a pair of sunglasses and left without paying for them. The sunglasses were valued at $8.39.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 01 January 2015 by L.Moore

DEERFIELD BEACH

Dec. 10 Someone entered a store at 3628 W. Hillsboro Blvd. with a handgun and ordered a victim into the bathroom. The person with the gun then left the store.

Dec. 10 An individual was standing next to a friend mourning the loss of a mutual friend. Suspect came up to the individual and asked to speak about a matter. The individual refused, and the suspect then hit the individual on the head with a gun that discharged a round. The individual went to a hospital for treatment of the injury sustained after being hit with the gun and the suspected fl ed.

Dec. 11 A man reported his home at 49 SE 9 Terr. was broken into and ransacked.

Dec. 14 A man reported his wallet stolen from the training room at Target at 3597 W. Hillsboro Blvd.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Dec. 11 Victim returned home from shopping at 2450 N. Federal Hwy. and noticed that his wallet containing credit cards and papers was missing. He returned to the store, but could not locate it.

Dec. 11 Someone used chalk to write on the basketball court located at 4521 NE 22 Ave. The officer responded and used a towel to remove profanities and obscenities.

Dec. 11 Police registered a vehicle in the city as being stolen. The vehicle was stopped at the 2500 block of N. Federal Highway and the driver said a friend had lent her the vehicle. Police said she told the valet at a hospital that she was the daughter of the vehicle’s owner and had lost her ticket. The valet released the vehicle to her and the owner said she did not know who the driver was.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 25 December 2014 by L.Moore

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

DEERFIELD BEACH

Dec. 8 A woman reported her home at 5161 N. 11 Lane broken into and 38 watches stolen

Dec. 9 A man wearing dark clothing entered Wendy’s at 355 W. Hillsboro Blvd. and stole $266 in cash. He was carrying a gun.

Dec. 9 Someone broke into a home at 104 SE 14 St. and stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry and electronics from the home.

Dec. 9 Someone attempted to break into a home at 214 SE 11 Street.

Dec. 10 A theft of several boxes was reported from the delivery area of CVS Pharmacy at 1829 W. Hillsboro Blvd.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Nov. 25 A subject took body wash, deodorant and lotion from a store at 3580 N. Federal Hwy. without paying for it. Loss was $140.70.

Nov. 28 Someone entered an open garage at the 2850 block of NE 40 Street and stole a chop saw and blower valued at $750.

Nov. 28 Someone stole pool supplies and beach equipment from a patio located at 3810 NE 24 Ave. Loss was $50.

Nov. 28 Victim returned home at 2306 Vintage Circle to fi nd that someone had taken dishes, towels, basket ornament, an iPhone power cord and a DVD player from a the townhome he rented. Loss was $233.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 18 December 2014 by L.Moore

DEERFIELD BEACH

Dec. 1 Four women attacked a woman while she was walking home. The attack occurred at 40 NE 44 St.

Dec. 2 Two women were arrested and charged with shoplifting at Target at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd. The women stole clothing items. Both women were on probation.

Dec. 2 A burglary was reported at a condominium at 616 S. Ocean Dr.

Dec. 3 A woman hired Moving Squad to move her items. After the move had been completed, she noticed that her diamond rings were missing from a box. Report was made at 1204 S. Military Trail.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Nov. 20 A subject was trespassed after shoplifting at a store at 3700 N. Federal Hwy.

Nov. 20 Someone entered a 2013 Range Rover while it was parked at 3280 NE 31 Ave. and ransacked the center console. Nothing appeared to be taken.

Nov. 22 An officer initiated a traffic stop at 1951 NE 39 St. and, during a search, discovered two rock cocaine and four .22 caliber rounds of ammunition.

Sheriff Scott Israel and the men and women of the Broward Sheriff’s Office wish you a safe and happy holiday.

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CRIME WATCH

Posted on 11 December 2014 by L.Moore

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

DEERFIELD BEACH

Nov. 17 Someone entered a home at 1209 SE 12 Terr. and stole a safe and other items.

Nov. 25 Someone entered a vehicle parked at 530 SE 2 Ave. and stole property valued at $2,000.

Nov. 26 A woman came to Wing Stop at 3656 W. Hillsboro Blvd. and committed a battery on a woman. She punched, scratched and hit the woman with a small bat.

Nov. 26 A woman left her purse containing two cellphones, $500 in cash, a credit card and a driver’s license in a shopping cart in the parking lot at Walmart at 1101 S. Military Trail. She realized what she had done and came back. Video surveillance showed a woman taking the purse.

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

Nov. 18 Victim said someone shot his truck and the front of his home at 2140 NE 35 Street with paint balls. The victim believes a neighbor’s son was responsible.

Nov. 18 Someone entered a vehicle while it was parked at 3529 NE 31 Ave. and stole two cameras from a back seat. A Canon and JVC digital camera were valued at $600.

Nov. 20 Someone stole a 2013 Hyundai Elantra from in front of an apartment at 1951 NE 39 Street.

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Broward County Special Election- Dist 2 Commissioner TODAY

Posted on 04 December 2014 by JimLusk

fw7xR.So.56   The Election for the District 2 seat on the Broward County Commission is

being held today, Thursday, December 4th. This district encompasses Coconut

Creek from the Florida Turnpike west to S.R. 441 and south to Mcnab Road

as well as portions of Ft. Lauderdale. According to the Supervisor of Elections office. only registered Democrats are allowed to vote in this election.

 

The Observer highly recommends that you vote for Charlotte Rodstrom today.

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Broward County Special Election- District 2 Commissioner

Posted on 04 December 2014 by L.Moore

specialTODAY
The election for the District 2 seat on the Broward County Commission is being held today, Thursday, December 4th

Coconut Creek from the Florida Turnpike west to S.R. 441 and south to McNab as well as portions of Fort Lauderdale. According to the Supervisor of Elections Office, only registered Democrats are allowed to vote in this election.
The Observer highly recommends that you vote for Charlotte Rodstrom today.

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