Posted on 21 July 2016 by LeslieM
July 4: A woman who was intoxicated got into an argument with her fiancé. The man said he did not want her to drive because she was drunk and took her car keys. The woman then punched the man in the face. The officer asked the woman her name and she refused to give it. The woman was arrested and charged with obstructing an investigation without violence, as well as domestic violence. The incident was reported at 103 Fairway Dr.
July 5: A man reported that his neighbor’s brother threatened to kill him while he was sleeping. The man wanted to have the threat documented by law enforcement. The incident was reported at 1017 SE 3 Street.
July 5: A woman reported her car stolen at 1428 SE 4 Ave.
July 7: A woman reported that someone tried to break into her house by prying open the front door. Police found pry marks. The incident was reported at 1101 SW 8 Ave.
July 11: Criminal mischief reported at 500 Lock Rd.
June 23: A subject failed to return a 2016 Hyundai Accent to a dealer at 3400 N. Federal Hwy. per the rental agreement.
June 24: The victim went to a McDonald’s restroom at 4830 N. Federal Hwy. and placed her wallet on a toilet paper rack and, left. The victim noticed the wallet was missing and, when she went to retrieve it, the wallet was gone. The wallet contained $20 in cash, a driver’s license and bankcards. The loss was $166.
June 24: The victim had a subject paint his house at 2367 NE 26 St. and has had an ongoing dispute with him. The victim believes the subject is not a certified contractor.
Posted on 15 July 2016 by LeslieM
June 28: Someone attempted to break into Wholesale Granite Tops at 271 NW 1 St. The person threw a cinder block at the front door. The front door has shatterproof glass and did not break.
June 29: The Food Market manager reported that two men and a woman entered the store and caused disturbance. The incident took place at 747 S. Federal Hwy.
July 1: A man reported that golf clubs and a golf bag were stolen from his car parked at 722 NW 42 Pl.
July 3: A man reported that the left window to his car parked at 660 W. Hillsboro Blvd. was broken and several items were stolen.
June 18: Someone entered an unlocked 2015 Volvo at 3750 NE 23 Ave. and stole sunglasses, a Thermos bag and an iPad phone charger. The loss was $875.
June 20: A subject took two steaks from the store at 4800 N. Federal Hwy. and left without paying for them and then attempted to seek a $55.36 refund without a receipt. The subject then fled the store.
June 23: The victim said the bank at 2850 N. Federal Hwy. contacted her about her account being overdrawn due to two ATM withdrawls being made. The victim believes it may have been her granddaughter’s boyfriend who may have gained access because he had taken her bankcard a year ago. The victim was still in possession of her card. The amount withdrawn was $1,080.
Posted on 07 July 2016 by LeslieM
June 24: Someone attempted to steal $22.09 worth of groceries from ALDI Food Market at 747 S. Federal Hwy. The subject dropped the items and fled.
June 24: A man was observed stealing $300 worth of items from Winn Dixie at 1019 S. Federal Hwy.
June 25: A woman reported her car was stolen from 4344 NW 9 Ave.
June 26: A woman reported her cell phone stolen from her car at 4330 NE 6 Ave.
June 13: A male subject attempted to pay with a counterfeit $10 bill. When confronted, he fled the store at 4830 N. Federal Hwy.
June 13: A 45ft. flat screen TV and a pool remote were stolen from a rental property at 2611 NE 49 St.
June 14: Someone stole four sets of hair clippers and a bag valued at $131.96 from a store at 3580 N. Federal Hwy.
Posted on 30 June 2016 by LeslieM
June 14: Two men burglarized about 20 cars. They smashed car windows and pried open car doors. They stole a car to escape. The incident was reported at 1062 S. Military Tr.
June 16: A woman reported her purse stolen at 210 Federal Hwy.
June 16: A man was refused service at a Texaco station at 4517 N. Dixie Hwy. He stole a bottle of soda.
June 20: A man reported that someone broke into his car parked at 2301 W. Sample Rd. and stole a computer, U.S. Passport and social security card.
June 20: An armed robbery took place at 7-Eleven at 1156 E. Hillsboro Blvd. A man working at the 7-Eleven said that two men were involved in the robbery. The employee said one man hit him with a handgun and ordered him to the ground. The other man took two cash register drawers containing $125. Both men ran out of the store and escaped in a car.
June 25: Deputies responded to calls of a male wearing a mask and carrying a knife near the movie theater in Deerfield Mall. Subject was detained. The investigation is ongoing.
June 6: Someone vandalized a vending machine at 4521 NE 22 Ave. causing $1,000 in damage. A 60 lb. rock was found nearby.
June 6: Someone used the victim’s card at 2700 N. Federal Hwy. and made a purchase amounting to $127.14.
June 6: A vehicle was found at 4000 NE 31 Ave. and was not registered nor had a tag assigned to it.
Posted on 23 June 2016 by LeslieM
June 7: A woman serving as property manager reported that a home at 616 Hibiscus Dr. in her development had a broken window. She believes someone tried to break into the home but was unable to do so.
June 7: A woman serving as property manager reported that a home at 702 Hibiscus Dr. was broken into. The front door was open and a window was broken. A television was stolen.
June 7: A bicycle was reported stolen from 5 Guys at 296 S. Federal Hwy.
June 9: It was reported that three entered Aldi’s food store at 7 NE 45 St. and stole three air conditioning units.
June 10: Burglary of business at 150 S Powerline Rd. Unknown suspect(s) attempted to gain entry by prying the lock and handle to a storage unit located at Public Storage. No entry was made.
June 10: Shoplifting reported at 3825 W Hillsboro Blvd.
June 11: A man parked his trailer in the rear of a business at 1801 Green Rd. on June 10 and noticed it was missing on June 11.
June 11: Two suspects entered 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd., took items and left without paying.
June 1: The victim said someone stole a tag off the 2016 Buick Endure while it was parked at 2800 N. Federal Hwy.
June 5: The victim said someone used her American Express Card and charged $500 at a business at 2450 block of N. Federal Hwy. Police were unable to verify the use.
June 6: Someone stole a hand mixer, blender and foot file from packages that were delivered to a residence at 2560 NE 44 St. The loss was $120.70.
Posted on 16 June 2016 by LeslieM
May 31:A woman reported that a package mailed to her at 432 SE 11 St. was stolen.
May 31: It was reported that an articulated hedge clipper valued at $450 was stolen from the Deerfield Beach Parks and Recreation Department at 222 N. Dixie Hwy.
May 31: A 2016 white Jaguar was reported stolen from the Tropicante Bar at 4251 N. Dixie Hwy. The vehicle had been rented.
June 1: A motorcycle was reported stolen from 4758 N. Powerline Rd.
May 15: The store manager said someone stole a 32G iPad Pro display model from the store located at 3742 N. Federal Hwy. The loss was $599.99.
May 18: Someone entered a residence at 2160 NE 36 St. and stole $58 from a drawer. The victim believes it may have been a nurse working from a health care agency.
May 18: The victim said a female subject who he met in South Beach where she was working as a hostess arrived at his residence at 2421 NE 47 St. to have dinner and a few drinks. They went to an upstairs bedroom where the victim recalled removing his clothes and nothing after that. He awoke the next morning to find that the subject was gone and noticed a Rolex watch, Apple iPhone, jewelry and other items were missing totaling $73,500. The victim believes he was drugged.
Posted on 09 June 2016 by LeslieM
May 24: A woman was arrested and charged with grand theft. She worked in customer service at Publix at 1337 S. Military Tr. The woman fraudulently wired $13,792.70 to various personal accounts.
May 24: A man reported his motorcycle stolen from a condominium parking lot at 4255 Crystal Lake Dr.
May 24: Two people working together were seen stealing an electric shaver and a blender from Target at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
May 26: A man reported that he believes prior tenants entered his shed and stole eight boxes of wine glasses and two white lamps. The incident was reported at 1431 SW 6Way.
June 3: Theft of apparel reported at 3852 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
May 11: A kayak and paddle was stolen off a dock at 2766 NW 20 St. The loss was $250.
May 11: Someone stole a kayak off a dock behind an apartment at 2743 NW 28 Court. The loss was $300.
May 11: There were several transactions made on a credit card totaling $1,020. The victim, who reported from 2149 NW 48 St., does not know how the card information was obtained.
Posted on 02 June 2016 by LeslieM
May 15: A man reported that his Ray Marine E120 GPS and Icom VHF Radio were stolen from his boat at 418 N. River Dr. The total loss was $6,000.
May 17: A truck was stolen from Consolidated Rigging and Marine Supply at 4100 N. Powerline Rd.
May 20: Someone stole three jewelry boxes from T.J. Maxx at 3812 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
April 16: The victim purchased a new 2016 Ford Mustang convertible and discovered two small scratches on the interior of the vehicle’s windshield. The car wash manager at 5190 N. Federal Hwy. said it did not happen at his location.
April 21: Two males and one female left the store at 3580 N. Federal Hwy. with a shopping cart full of paper towels stacked on top of electronics. The store manager was able to recover the items as they fled in a Lexus. The merchandise was valued at $336.41.
April 22: Police responded to a silent alarm at the bank at 2500 N. Federal Hwy. A male subject, with a scarf covering his face, went from teller to teller demanding cash and no dye packs. The loss was $7,414.
May 5: Someone attempted to pay credit card bills using money from the victim’s account at a bank at 3550 N. Federal Hwy. The amount was $6,994.27.
May 4: Someone stole rods, reels and three bikes from a storage unit at 2748 NE 28 Ave. The loss was $9,140.
May 8: The victim was remodeling a home at 4951 NE 28 Ave. and returned to find that a collection of jewelry, coins and cash was missing. The loss was $400.
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.