Posted on 26 May 2016 by LeslieM
May 9: An apartment at 1105 SW 15 St. was broken into and $50,000 worth of antique jewelry was stolen.
May 10: A woman reported that her landlord turned off the electricity to her residence at 284 SE 6 Ave., and that the residence was burglarized.
May 11: A man reported his vehicle stolen from 700 Lock Rd.
May 11: A woman reported her purse stolen from a picnic table at 4111 NW 6 St.
May 11: A man was observed stealing Bluetooth speakers and a headset from Office Depot at 270 N. Federal Hwy.
May 13: Victim at 107 Centennial Ct. informed BSO of ongoing issues of vandalism and harassment by his neighbor.
May 14: An unknown female stole $30,000 from a residence at 1385 SW 29 Ave. after spending the night with the victim.
May 17: An unknown person pried open the front door dead bolt at 610 Freedom Ct., entered the residence and stole $2,100 in Brazilian currency, and an Apple iPod.
Remember, if you see anything suspicious, call 911 immediately.
Posted on 19 May 2016 by LeslieM
May 2: A vehicle was reported stolen from 460 Deer Creek Jefferson Dr.
May 3: A man reported that someone entered his vehicle and stole his gun and $20.
May 3: A woman reported her car broken into and a debit card stolen at 1000 E. Hillsboro Blvd.
May 4: A man reported a truck and trailer stolen from 1501 NW 49 Ct.
May 10: Vandalization of a vehicle was reported at 450 Deer Creek Jefferson Dr.
May 11: Suspect with two outstanding warrants fled traffic stop, then barricaded himself inside a home at 4070 NW 3 Terr. Two infants were left behind in the car, unharmed. The BSO SWAT team arrived on scene and the man surrendered. The children were checked at Broward Health North and returned to their mother.
May 12: A homeless man attempted to cash a business check in North Lauderdale. When the business owner at 3500 SW 14 St. looked at his checkbook he discovered three checks were missing.
April 11: An 11-foot, inflatable Mercury Marine center console vessel was stolen along from a dock with an engine at 4210 NE 31 Ave. The boat was recovered a few hours later in Pompano. The boat is valued at $4,000.
April 14: The victim said his TD Bank account was accessed three times with electronic transfers totaling $4,060. The victim said he doesn’t have access to a computer and no online banking. The bank told the victim someone used his identity to open an account.
Posted on 12 May 2016 by LeslieM
April 23: A man reported his truck stolen from 4763 NW 9 Ave.
April 26: A computer was reported stolen from a car parked at 234 Ocean Dr.
April 26: A home at 294 NE 47 St. was broken into and jewelry was stolen.
April 26: A man reported that his cell phone was stolen from his place of employment at 201 E. Sample Rd.
May 3: A Florida license plate decal was stolen from a vehicle at 386 SW 35 Ave.
May 4: Unknown suspect stole a company truck and trailer from 1501 NW 49 Ct.
May 4: Vehicle burglary at 333 NE 48 St.
May 4: Victim reported that an unknown suspect entered his vehicle at 545 Deer Creek Jefferson Dr. and stole a laptop computer.
May 5: Victim told BSO that an unknown suspect entered his vehicle at 540 Deer Creek Jefferson Dr. and stole a black Ruger 380 handgun and $20 in loose change.
April 10: The victim held a house party at 3700 NE 28 Ave. and, upon cleaning up the next morning, realized that someone had taken his Apple laptop computer valued at $1,000.
April 11: The victim said a license plate was missing from a boat trailer parked at 2100 NE 32 St. The victim found the tag lights dangling and said someone had removed the plate that was bolted on. The loss was $25.
April 12: The victim received notification from BB&T located at 2800 NE 34 Ct. that he was overdue on a credit card. The victim said he didn’t have an account with them. The victim pulled a credit report and found several credit card accounts and other accounts were opened under his name.
Posted on 05 May 2016 by LeslieM
FBI ANNOUNCES ARREST MADE IN CONNECTION WITH A BANK ROBBERY TODAY
The FBI announces the arrest of Eric John Lamb, 34, of Pompano Beach, FL, for his alleged involvement in the robbery of a TD Bank branch, 1011 S. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, FL.
The arrest was made today, without incident, by the Broward Sheriff’s Office shortly after the alleged robbery.
Lamb is in federal custody and is facing federal charges. His initial appearance is expected to be in Fort Lauderdale Federal Court tomorrow.
The criminal complaint may be found in PACER in due course. No picture(s)/mug shots are available.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office, the South Florida Violent Crimes Task Force and the FBI continue their investigation.
No further information will be released at this time.
Michael D. Leverock
Public Affairs Specialist
The BSO Public Information Office is currently working a developing incident regarding a Bank Robbery – Suspect in Custody located at: Southbound I-95, just south of Atlantic Boulevard.
Public Information officer Keyla Concepcion is currently gathering the details. Here’s what we know so far:
BSO Communications received information about a robbery in progress at the TD Bank at 1011 S. Federal Hwy. in Deerfield Beach. BSO units responded as the suspect fled. Deputies conducted a stop on the southbound lanes of I-95 and apprehended the suspect.
FBI is responding to the scene and will handle the case.
Traffic advisory: Please advise motorists on the southbound lanes of I-95 to expect traffic delays between Atlantic Boulevard and Cypress Creed Road due to this incident.
This information should be considered preliminary, and as with any developing situation, the details may change.
Posted on 05 May 2016 by LeslieM
April 19: A man reported that someone stole his iPhone from his office at 10 Fairway Dr.
April 19: Someone stole $639.97 worth of electronic toothbrushes from Target at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
April 19: A home at 4491 NW 1 Terr. was burglarized and clothing, jewelry, shoes and money were stolen.
April 19: An attempt to break into a home at 2784 SW 15 St. was reported.
April 20: Three men were walking together when a vehicle drove up. Three men exited the vehicle and one man had a handgun. Two of the three men who were walking ran away but a third man fell. The man who fell was robbed of his cell phone. The incident took place at 1050 S. Military Tr.
April 22: An RV parked at 5061 NW 13 Ave. was damaged by unknown means.
April 23: A realtor reported broken windows at 4701 SW 13 Ct., with rocks inside the residence. Approximately $300 in damage.
April 23: Unknown suspect(s) broke a rear passenger side window at 1501 Green Rd. and removed a black computer bag containing a laptop.
April 23: A suspect broke a rear passenger side window at 3936 W. Hillsboro Blvd. and removed several items.
April 25: An unknown suspect stole three Apple iPhones from the T-Mobile store at 3442 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
March 29: Someone stole copper wire from a business at 4650 N. Federal Hwy. The loss was $325.
April 5: A customer flagged down a manager and said a subject took 18-packs of beer and fled the store located at 2450 N. Federal Hwy. The loss was $159.03.
April 6: A victim at 2847 NE 34 Court received notification from BB&T that he was overdue on a credit card. The victim said he didn’t have an account with them, and pulled a credit report and found several credit card accounts, and other accounts, were opened under his name.
Posted on 28 April 2016 by LeslieM
April 12: A man reported that his home at 5310 NE 8 Terr. was burglarized and keys to his car were stolen. He had the ignition on his car replaced. The man reported that two men tried to steal the car but were unable to get it started.
April 12: Someone entered an unlocked car parked at 39 NE 11 Way and stole golf clubs, shoes and headphones.
April 12: Someone entered a work vehicle at 100 SW12 Ave. and stole tools.
April 12: A vehicle was stolen from 2039 Deer Creek Woodlands Way.
April 19: An unknown suspect pried open the deadbolt on the front door at 2784 SW 15 St. to force entry. Jewelry and electronics were stolen from the upstairs bedroom.
April 19: An unknown vehicle traveling at high speed hit a forklift at 2257 W. Hillsboro Blvd. and then left the scene.
March 24: Property valued at $155 was stolen from a vehicle that was parked at 2340 block of Vintage Dr.
March 24: The victim, a cabdriver, said he picked up a fare in South Beach and the subject asked to be dropped off at a drug store located at 3580 N. Federal Hwy. The subject then said she was unable to pay the $110 fare.
March 24: A female subject entered a store at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. and stole $728.26 worth of baby supplies and formula. She claimed a friend had the receipt. She was arrested.
Posted on 21 April 2016 by LeslieM
April 3: A woman reported her television stolen from 1001 NW 45 St.
April 5: A man said his Toyota Camry was stolen from his driveway at 359 NW 46 St.
April 5: Two women at a gas station at 1335 S. Federal Hwy. were pumping gas when a vehicle drove up to the car. They reported that a purse and pocketbook were stolen from the car.
April 5: A motor scooter was reported stolen from 495 SE 8 St.
April 13: Property damage was reported at 2011 Deer Creek Wildwood Lane.
April 18: BSO executed a search warrant in the 1400 block of SW 45 Way, and found 50 marijuana plants growing inside. Investigation is on-going.
March 22: A golf set was stolen from an open garage at 2530 NE 33 St. The loss was $829.
March 23: A subject attempted to steal three bottles of vitamins by concealing them in his shorts pocket at a store located at 3580 N. Federal Hwy. The loss was $42.77.
March 23: During a traffic stop at 4900 N. Federal Hwy., an officer smelled an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. During a search, the officer discovered a handgun under a seat. The victim had a concealed weapons permit and admitted he had a small blunt in the ashtray.
Posted on 14 April 2016 by LeslieM
March 29: A woman reported her bicycle, valued at $1,400, stolen from 1000 E. Hillsboro Blvd.
March 29: A burglary attempt was made at a home at 1331 SW 9 Ave. The alarm may have scared the burglar away.
March 29: It was reported that a home at 761 NE 52 Ct. was burglarized.
March 29: It was reported that a man stole $985 worth of fitness equipment from Target at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
April 6: Victim reported that his plate decal was stolen from his Total Medical work truck at 1877 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
April 9: Unknown persons spray painted graffiti on the wall facing Military Trail at the Hollows of Deer Creek, 652 Creek Hollows Cir. Damage estimated at $300.
March 16: The victim said someone slashed the tires of a vehicle causing $150 damage while it was parked at 3611 NE 22Ave.
March 16: Someone slashed tires of a vehicle that was parked in front of his residence at 3615 NE 22 Ave. There were key marks on the side of the vehicle. The loss was $100. A subject was arrested.
March 16: Someone placed scissors over the valve stem and slashed tires of a vehicle while it was parked at 3624 NE 21 Ave. There were key marks on the vehicle as well. The damage was estimated at $375.
March 18: The victim, who resides at 3701 NE 22 Ave., received notification that a Mercedes-Benz was purchased under his name.
March 21: The victim pulled her Mazda in front of a pool at the complex at 2304 Vintage Dr. and when she returned she saw her rear driver side wheel well fender was missing. The loss was $150.
March 22: The victim complained that an aide from a local care organization had committed fraud against her mother who resides at 3020 NE 44 St. It was discovered that several packages had been delivered to the home the day the aide was working and several charges had been made with the victim’s credit cards.
Posted on 07 April 2016 by LeslieM
March 22: A man was observed stealing more than $400 worth of merchandise from Target at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
March 22: Victim was walking along 1961 NE 2 St. A man came up from behind him and stole his eVic VTC mini cigarette valued at $200 and threatened to taser him if he tried to take the item back.
March 22: A home at 5221 NE 9 Ave. was broken into and an LCD TV and jewelry were stolen.
March 22: A break in attempt was made at a home at 5310 NE 9 Ave.
March 30: Victim found his vehicle’s passenger side sliding door window shattered at 507 NW 36 Ave. Miscellaneous items were stolen from the vehicle.
Posted on 31 March 2016 by LeslieM
March 14: Someone stole a bicycle from an enclosed porch at 601 Cypress Lake Blvd.
March 15: Someone broke into a van parked at 4560 NE 1 Ave. and stole fishing rods and tools.
March 15: A home at 380 NW 37 St. was broken into and ransacked. Various items were stolen.
March 15: A motorcycle was stolen from 4394 NW 9 Ave.
March 22: A person presented a false ID and social security card to the bank at 3668 W. Hillsboro Blvd. in an attempt to obtain an $18,000 loan. Suspect also signed and forged the contract for the loan.
March 22: Suspect stole $39.98 of merchandise from 1829 W. Hillsboro Blvd. BSO reviewed surveillance video and identified the suspect and his vehicle.
March 23: Victim at 422 NW 37 Way reported her house was being burglarized. Investigation found it was a trespassing issue.
March 23: BSO deputies arrested a suspect at 4008 W. Hillsboro Blvd. who was in possession of Dollar Tree merchandise that he did not pay for.
March 24: Suspect stole merchandise from Target at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd. and exited store without paying. He was stopped outside the store and placed into custody.
March 28: Complainant reported a semi-tractor and trailer stolen from the parking lot of Signs by RJ at 3300 SW 11 St. approximately three weeks prior.
March 8: Police were called to 3580 N. Federal Hwy. regarding a prescription fraud. The subject did not know the date of birth of the patient and the doctor was contacted who said he did not write the prescription.
March 11: Someone reached into an open window and stole a cell phone from the front seat of the vehicle parked at 2110 NE 30 St. The subject also stole a blower and a weed whacker. The total loss was $1,110.
March 16: Someone slashed the tires of a 2014 Hyundai and keyed the side of a vehicle while it was parked at 3605 NE 22 Ave. The loss was $750.
Remember, if you see anything suspicious, call 911 immediately.