Posted on 19 January 2017 by LeslieM
Jan. 3: A woman reported that someone broke into her car parked at 1140 E. Hillsboro Blvd. and stole a purse.
Jan. 3: Two bicycles and a barbecue grill were stolen from a storage unit at 1086 S. Military Tr.
Jan. 4: A man reported his bicycle stolen from 1000 E. Hillsboro Blvd.
Jan. 5: A FedEx package was stolen from a home at 1261 NW 48 Ct.
Jan. 9: A car parked at 759 NE 42 St. was broken into and two purses were stolen. The total value of the content of the purses was $2,160.
Dec. 18: A wallet containing credit cards, checkbook and gift card was taken while the victim was shopping at 3772 N. Federal Hwy. The victim believed that three female subjects who were shopping in the same aisles might be responsible.
Dec. 19: Someone entered an apartment at 4741 NE 21 St. and stole a purse containing keys to a rental vehicle, driver’s license, credit cards and prescription medicine. The loss was $84.
Dec. 20: Someone stole a Ford F-350 tailgate, two mirrors and a front grill from a vehicle that was parked at 2831 NE 21 Ave. The loss was $1,700.
Posted on 12 January 2017 by LeslieM
Dec. 27: Two women were involved in a verbal argument at 551 NW 42 Ct. One woman went into the other woman’s bedroom with an aluminum bat and struck the woman on the back of the head. She was arrested and charged with aggravated battery.
Dec. 31: A woman was at a party at 2550 SW 14 Ct. She returned to her vehicle and saw that someone smashed her rear passenger window and stole a Louis Vuitton purse valued at $1,500.
Dec. 31: A woman reported being the victim of a battery by her manager at a workplace at 2400 Century Blvd.
Dec. 31: A burglary to a U-Haul was reported at 100 Fairway Dr. where $3,500 worth of electronics was stolen.
Dec. 31: A man reported that his iPhone was stolen while he was at the beach at 200 N. Ocean Blvd..
Dec. 14: The victim who resides at 4431 NE 24 Ave. said a tag was either lost or stolen off a vehicle. The victim discovered it was missing upon returning home.
Dec. 16: The store manager said a subject stole fried chicken and beer valued at $13.28. He was apprehended outside the store at 2450 N. Federal Hwy.
Dec. 18: A wallet containing credit cards, checkbook, and gift card was taken while the victim was shopping at 3772 N. Federal Hwy. The victim believed that three female subjects who were shopping in the same aisles might be responsible.
Posted on 05 January 2017 by LeslieM
Dec. 20: A woman was the victim of a battery at 321 Goolsby Blvd. The woman was slapped by a co-worker.
Dec. 20.:A woman reported that she believes her gardener stole and forged two of her personal checks. The incident was reported at 300 NW 2 Court.
Dec. 20: A man reported that someone shot at his car. He said that there was a bullet hole on the rear driver side window of his car. The incident was reported at 5200 N. Dixie Hwy.
Dec. 20: A woman reported that a man tried to break into her home through a kitchen window at 1440 SW 6 Ave. The woman scared him off.
Dec. 20: Two men were seen stealing 48 bottles of Grey Goose vodka valued at $1,342 at Crown Liquors and Wine Merchants at 306 S. Federal Hwy. The men fled in an SUV.
Dec. 10: A subject took two 12 packs of beer and a shrimp platter and fled the store at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. The loss was $89.01.
Dec. 12: The victim arrived home at 4101 NE 26 Ave. to find the rear door unlocked and the slider pried open. A jewelry box, jewelry, social security card, laptop and Apple iPad were stolen. The loss was $2,121.
Dec. 13: A tag was stolen off a work trailer that was parked at 2616 NE 26 Ave.
Posted on 29 December 2016 by LeslieM
Dec. 13: Someone entered a vehicle at 264 NW 41 Ave. and stole a wallet with three debit cards, a social security card and customer checks.
Dec. 15: Someone entered a home at 5200 NE 5 Ter. and ransacked the interior.
Dec. 17: A man was sitting at the Mobile Gas Station at 901 W. Sample Rd. drinking a beer. Two men approached him. One man told the victim he had “done wrong” and then stole his cell phone valued at $100. The other man then displayed brass knuckles.
Dec. 17: A woman said that two people came to the door of her house at 400 SE 10 St. to check on contaminated water. Once inside, the two people stole a diamond ring and gold bracelet for a loss of $6,000.
Dec. 17: Three women entered All Shoes $9.88 at 3206 W. Hillsboro Blvd. and stole 10 pairs of shoes. They escaped in a Toyota.
Nov. 29: A male subject went into a store at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. and selected meat and seafood items in a shopping cart and then left the store where he put the items in a car and was driven away. The car was located and the driver said he picked up the subject and had no idea he was stealing the items. He said he dropped him off in Pompano with the items. The loss was $800.20.
Nov. 29: The victim lost a wallet after making a bank deposit and went to a fast food restaurant at 4800 N. Federal Hwy. Two Visa cards and a debit were in the wallet.
Nov. 29: There was a five car crash at 2400 N. Federal Hwy. and, during the investigation, police discovered a baggy containing a small pipe and synthetic cannabis while the subject was in ambulance.
Posted on 24 December 2016 by LeslieM
Dec. 4: The residential director for Blue Sky Treatment Center said that three television sets were stolen from three apartments at 961 SW 15 St.
Dec. 9: It was reported that a man stole an 18 pack of beer from a Mobil Gas Station at 901 W. Sample Rd.
Dec. 9: An elderly woman was tricked by a younger woman into letting her into a home to check the water. The woman then stole $700. The incident was reported at 2379 SW 15 St.
Dec. 9: A man reported that his car parked at 1000 E. Hillsboro Blvd. and a key fab, headphones and $150 in cash were stolen.
Nov. 17: Someone stole a political sign from in front of the residence at 1990 NE 31 Ct. The loss was $13.90.
Nov. 20: The victim went shopping and paid for groceries at the store at 3200 N. Federal Hwy. The victim recalled placing her wallet on a counter and then realized it was missing. The wallet contained ID, a social security card and a credit card.
Nov. 25: Someone attempted to enter a residence under construction at 3730 NE 23 Ave. No entry was made.
Posted on 15 December 2016 by LeslieM
Nov. 28: It was reported that a Christmas light projector was stolen from a front lawn at 317 SE 13 St.
Nov. 28: Someone entered a victim’s home at 2396 SW 17 Dr. and stole a purse, money, credit cards and checkbook.
Nov. 28: Someone stole a Honda pressure cleaner from 120 SE 7 St.
Nov. 29: A person entered a home at 2382 SW 17 Dr. while the owners were sleeping and stole several items.
Nov. 29: Someone entered a car parked at 1956 SW 15 Ct. and ransacked it. Nothing was stolen.
Nov. 12: A male subject went into a store at 2450 N. Federal Hwy. and selected beer, sandwiches and shaving gel. He went into the restroom with the merchandise and then left the store. The store manager believes he may have done it earlier in the day because merchandise was found on the floor. The loss was $21.55.
Nov. 14: A male subject entered a store at 3722 N. Federal Hwy. and stole a laundry hamper. The loss was $29.99. A search revealed that he had two additional thefts.
Nov. 15: A loss prevention officer followed a female subject who stole three cosmetic items and placed them in her pants before leaving the store at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. without paying for them. The items were valued at $56.94.
Posted on 08 December 2016 by LeslieM
Nov. 18: A group of women walked out of Hobby Lobby at 3555 W. Hillsboro Blvd. with merchandise valued at $743.87. It was reported that the merchandise was returned to a Davie store for gift cards.
Nov. 22: It was reported that toothbrush head replacements were stolen from CVS at 1829 W. Hillsboro Blvd. The total loss was $255.92.
Nov. 22: Someone broke into a Ford pickup truck parked at 609 N. Federal Hwy. and stole a Glock 23 handgun.
Nov. 22: It was reported that two electric scooters and one tricycle were stolen from Target at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
Nov. 9: Police responded to an alarm coming from the ATM outside the bank at 3550 N. Federal Hwy. Work was being performed on the ATM.
Nov. 10: Police were dispatched to 2681 NE 47 St. regarding a male subject carrying lawn tools and the witness did not see a lawn truck in the area. Police made contact with the subject and a truck was found nearby. The case was cleared.
Nov. 10: Police discovered a damaged vehicle in front of a vacant business as 4750 N. Federal Hwy. The vehicle was secure.
Posted on 01 December 2016 by LeslieM
Nov. 15: A woman was observed stealing clothing items from Marshalls at 3852 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
Nov. 16: A man reported his vehicle stolen from 4311 Crystal Lake Dr.
Nov. 16: A man reported that someone stole his Polaris Slingshot car from his driveway at 517 Jasmine Way. The car is valued at $18,000.
Nov. 16: A man said that someone stole two Trek mountain bikes from a storage area at 2027 Oakridge D at Century Village East. Each bike was valued at $700.
Nov. 17: Someone entered the yard at R & K Pump & Equipment at 1905 NW 40 Ct. The person cut the lock on a basically empty trailer. Nothing was stolen.
Nov. 3: Police responded to an audible alarm at 3850 N. Federal Hwy. The perimeter was secure.
Nov. 3: Four subjects were behind the post office at 2091 NE 36 St. and were trespassed from the location.
Nov. 3: Police were dispatched to the area at 3200 NE 23 Ave. regarding a puppy on the loose. When police arrived, it was no longer in the area.
Posted on 23 November 2016 by LeslieM
Nov. 8: A man was reported for stealing a deli sandwich from 711 at 1156 E. Hillsboro Blvd.
Nov. 10: Someone broke into Bright Horizons School at 3901 NE First Ter. and caused $400 in damage to a garden maintained by disabled children. This was the second time it was damaged.
Nov. 10: An individual was seen on video surveillance going through a yard at Van Kirk and Sons Inc. at 3144 SW 13 Dr. The person stole two rolls of fiber mesh, two saws, two scrap pressure cleaners and a blower. Total loss was estimated at $2,375.
Nov. 11: A man wearing a wig, sunglasses and facial covering robbed a Bank United at 2201 W. Hillsboro Blvd. The FBI and robbery detectives were called to investigate.
Nov. 13: It was reported that a golf cart was stolen from 1253 SW First Way.
Nov. 15: A vehicle was stolen from the victim’s driveway at 2970 Deer Creek Country Club Dr.
Nov. 15: A home was broken into and suspect stole a 12 pack of coke and black jacket with red stripes at 454 Lock Rd.
Nov. 15: An unknown person opened an auto loan in a victim’s name at 4500 N. Powerline Rd.
Nov. 14: Mercedes Benz alloy wheels, tires and six trailer truck tires were stolen from South Florida Auto Carriers.
Nov. 14: Motor vehicle parts were stolen at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
Nov. 1: Political signs valued at $13 were stolen from in front of a home at 4000 NE 24 Ave. The crime was captured on surveillance video.
Nov. 2: Someone stole $120 in political signs from the front yard of a residence at 2000 NE 30 St. The victim said there were three signs missing.
Nov. 3: A victim picked up a fare and dropped the subject off at a Publix at 2450 N. Federal Hwy. The victim went inside because the subject was taking a long time and the subject then ran out of the store, jumped in the cab and drove away. The cab was recovered a short time later.
Posted on 17 November 2016 by LeslieM
Nov. 1: A Comcast employee arrived on the scene after receiving an alert regarding a problem. The employee found that three 12 volt, gel cell batteries had been stolen. Each battery was valued at $150. The incident was reported at 300 S. Ocean Dr.
Nov. 1: A vehicle parked at Brandsmart at 1305 S. Military Tr. was entered through the trunk and electronics valued at $7,369.58 were stolen from the vehicle.
Nov. 2: Someone entered the washroom at Caveman Associates and stole a wash sink at 656 SE 19 Ave.
Nov. 2: Someone broke into a house at 1382 SW 25 Ave. and stole $4,000 worth of jewelry and electronics.
Oct. 25: An employee said a dealer’s tag was either lost or stolen from the business at 4800 N. Federal Hwy..
Oct. 25: The victim, who lives at 2820 NE 44 St., received a statement from a bank that a credit card was opened in his name. There was $1,000 in purchases made and the victim said he did not open an account. A credit card company also advised him a card was opened in his name and he said he didn’t open that account either.
Oct. 24: A male subject told the female victim that he needed help in using an ATM at 3600 N. Federal Hwy. The subject then grabbed $100 from the victim after she withdrew funds and fled.