| May, 2011

Tornadoes fall in state play-in game

Posted on 19 May 2011 by LeslieM

By Gary Curreri

Lareisa “La La” Fulmore looks for running room in the FHSAA second round state play-in game against Ft. Lauderdale. Fulmore passed for 182 yards and one interception as the Tornadoes lost the contest, 20-0. Photo by Gary Curreri

When asked what it would be like without senior quarterback Lareisa “La La” Fulmore, Pompano Beach High girls flag football coach Jonathan Plummer paused and took a deep breath.

“Oh my gosh,” Plummer said as he dabbed at his eyes. “She has been such a strong force on this team, it is going to be real difficult. It is going to be very interesting to see if we can find someone to replace her.”

Fulmore passed for 182 yards and one interception as the Tornadoes lost to Ft. Lauderdale, 20-0, in the FHSAA second round state play-in game. She also ran for 46 yards. Pompano finished 11-3. The team’s other losses came to Plantation and Taravella.

“This is a heartbreaker for us,” said Plummer, whose team graduates four seniors. “I am pleased with the year. It was rocky in the first five games and it got better as the year went on. Taravella was our last loss and we went on to win six in a row after that. We had a good run. We won three district playoffs in a row and now we will try and go for a fourth.”

Plummer said the team also received strong play from Shelby Petik, Hannah Hamilton, Chelsea Waters,
Diamond Frazier, Sydney Alexander and Synae Jones.

Quarterback Karnisha Coleman passed for 243 yards and three touchdowns as the L’s (13-1) won their sixth consecutive game and returned to the state finals for the first time since 2004 when it was state runner-up. Ft. Lauderdale, which won the inaugural state championship in 2003, went on to lose in the state semifinal game.


Highlands Christian comes up short

Deerfield Beach pitcher Nick Miller fires a pitch home during the District 10-6A final. Photo by Gary Curreri

Miami Brito capitalized on an error in the sixth inning to snap a 1-1 deadlock and defeated Highlands Christian Academy, 4-1, in the Class 1A regional final on Friday afternoon at Florida Memorial College.

Brito (20-8) avenged a 10-run mercy rule a year ago in a regional final loss to the Knights as Emil Alvarez hit a 2-out single in the sixth that landed fair by inches in right field.

Trailing 1-0 entering the sixth, Highlands Christian (13-11) rallied to tie the game at 1-1 in the top of the stanza as Jason Hepple singled and was replaced by pinch runner Nick Vasquez, who came around to score on a double by Kevin Yambur.

Bucks stun Douglas

Deerfield Beach High pulled off the baseball shocker of the season when it eliminated Douglas from the postseason with an 18-15 victory in a District 10-6A semifinal at Taravella in Coral Springs.

The Bucks, which went on to lose the District title to Coral Springs and the regional quarterfinal to Jupiter, rallied from an 11-5 deficit in the sixth inning and scored 13 runs on seven hits and three walks and a few errors, highlighted by a pinch hit double from J.T. Holgerson and a double from Joey Ursetti.

“This was a big win for us,” said Coach Scott Bragg, whose team had been mercy-ruled in its two previous games against the nationally ranked Eagles, 14-0 and 10-0.

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Thor & My Perestroika

Posted on 19 May 2011 by LeslieM

By Dave Montalbano

Thor is your typical Saturday Matinee Marvel Comic flick. In the mythical realm of Norse gods, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is the belligerent pretty prince of King Odin (Anthony Hopkins) and Frigga (Rene Russo).

On the day it is to be announced  that Thor will be named heir to the throne, mischief arises from a dreaded enemy. Fearing that his father lacks the gravitas to confront this ancient enemy, Thor,
his brother Loki (Tom Huddleston) and a team of brawling buddies venture to the underworld to banish the threat. The battle is a stalemate and King Odin banishes Thor from the kingdom.

Thor plummets into the New Mexico desert. The fallen god meets Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), an astronomy professor, and Erik Selvig (Stellan Skarsgard), master researcher of military technology and mythological lore.

As Thor is humbled by nerdy humans, King Odin is backstabbed by a trusted advisor and the kingdom is assaulted by a phantom menace.

Who will live? Who will die? These questions are answered in this movie, and Thor will return next summer in the highly anticipated The Avengers, which also features Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Sargent Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and the Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo).

Directed by Kenneth Branaugh, Thor is a halfway successful movie. While it contains some shots of visual beauty, the scenes on Thor’s native realm are unrealistic. The fights, the battles and the action sequences rely too much on attention deficient disorder editing, making the story hard to follow.

Thor thrives in the New Mexico desert. Raised on royal and pampered dining, Thor easily accepts the joys of pancakes and coffee in a small desert diner.  Given the outdoor action in daylight, the action sequences are easier to follow. Thor is given his cowboy moment when he confronts a mighty adversary during a Main Street showdown.

For those seeking more serious fare, My Perestroika opens tomorrow. With English subtitles, this documentary interviews the last generation of people who were socialized and educated under Soviet influence.

Given that most of the interviewees are my age and younger, it is fascinating to see their point of view.

The Russian citizens remember their childhood conformity with fondness. While the interviewees reflect upon the fakery of the Soviet system, My Perestroika focuses upon personal responsibility and carving out an individual identity.

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Crime Watch

Posted on 19 May 2011 by LeslieM


May 9 About $1,300 in electronics was stolen from a home on NE 45 Court.

May 10 Due to a car broken into at 301 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield BSO joined Boca police in an investigation tied to 14 gas station burglaries in Palm Beach. Investigation found the suspect and the victim’s purse. Frederick Matthews, of Ft. Lauderdale, was arrested and charged for all burglaries.

May 11 A victim parked at the Deerfield Beach Country Club and an unknown suspect punched the driver’s side door lock and stole Dell laptop, wireless mouse and power cord.

May 12 A home on SW 24 Terrace was burglarized as was a home on SE 6 Avenue.

May 13 A victim called and said people were in an argument by her home in East Deerfield (location unidentified) and one of the persons produced a gun that discharged. A person matching the description with a gunshot wound to his butt was found on North Ocean but the situation wasn’t resolved, due to a lack of positive identification.

May 13 Deputies responded to Riva Motorsports, where thieves attempted to ram an overhead door using a truck from a nearby auto dealer and use it to break into two storage bays nearby.

May 13 Alex Pardon, of Hialeah, was arrested for threatening to discharge a destructive device, false report of a bomb and unlawful use of a two-way communication device for threatening to blow up Club Tropicante in January.

May 13 Two unlocked vehicles were burglarized on SE 10 Street.

May 14 A victim was unloading groceries from her car on SE 2 Avenue when two subjects attempted to take her purse off her shoulder and run, but were unsuccessful.

May 15 A 2008 Toyota Tundra was stolen from a home on NW 36 Avenue. A 2009 Infinite G37 was taken from same location.


DEERFIELD – District 4

May 10 Grand theft was reported in the former Winn Dixie Plaza at 1101 S. Military Trail. Management company contacted police in reference to approximately $100,000 in copper pipes and coils stolen from commercial air conditioning units located on the roof of the building. Complainant stated a nearby business owner told her two men were seen on the roof on Thursday, May 5 or Friday, May 6. Savitar Realty Advisors stated there is a cleaning crew on property in the morning. They believe the theft occurred in the early afternoon or evening.

May 12 Burglary arrests were made after BSO deputies and detectives worked through the night Thursday, piecing together information which ultimately led to the arrest of three suspects for multiple burglaries throughout the city of Deerfield Beach. Suspects were charged with several vehicle burglaries that occurred in April in Deer Creek (Hollows Circle, Palladian Circle, and Corona Way) and residential burglaries near Eastridge Circle and Crystal Lake Drive.

May 12 Residential burglary was reported in the Waterford Homes area, 1439 SW 24 Terr, between 10:30-10:40 a.m. Victim stated that unknown suspect(s) entered residence and removed electronics and a checkbook. Crime scene was processed. Area canvass located a neighbor with video surveillance of the burglary, showing two black males entering the victim’s residence through the back yard.

May 12 Conveyance burglary was reported at Aldi’s in Deerfield Town Square, 3825 W. Hillsboro Blvd., between noon and 12:15 p.m. Complainant reported that person(s) unknown had broken into his vehicle parked at location as complainant was patronizing the business. Point of entry was by smashing the driver side window. Taken from the vehicle was a bag containing a laptop, two watches, a camera, miscellaneous clothing. Total value: $2,750. Vehicle was processed for latent prints and the area was canvassed.

May 14 Conveyance burglary was reported at Quiet Waters Park, 401 S. Powerline Rd., between 4:45 and 4:50 p.m. Unknown subject smashed passenger side window and removed victim’s purse. Total loss: $230. The scene was processed.

May 14 Auto theft was reported in Deer Pointe, 465 NW 36 Ave., between May 14 at 8:15 p.m. and May 15 at 8:45 a.m. Victim said he last saw his truck parked in a guest space in front of his house at 8:15 p.m. Saturday. Upon heading to work the next morning, the truck was missing. All payments are up-to- date. Victim has all sets of keys. No suspects at this time.

May 14 Auto theft was reported in Deer Pointe, 429 NW 36 Ave., between May 14 at 5:30 p.m. and May 15 at 1:15 p.m.Victim’s car was parked in a guest parking space next to his building. Vehicle was taken by unknown means. Victim has both sets of keys and is up-to-date on payments. NOTE: A truck was taken from the same neighborhood during the same approximate dates and times. (See auto theft above)



May 7 A car parked outside Kid’s Playtown in Lighthouse Point had its window smashed. The owner had purse stolen.

May 8 John Collins, of Pompano, was arrested for possession of narcotics – morphine and oxycodone.

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Letters to the Editor

Posted on 19 May 2011 by LeslieM

Relay for Life: “A Success”

Dear Editor:

I am calling Saturday night a success. You can only worry about the things you have control over, and all the major things we had control over went well.

The opening ceremonies, survivor lap and dinner by JB’s on the Beach were great. The Luminaria ceremony under the pavillion was unconventional, but moving.

We also raised over $11,000 Saturday night and have made our ACS goal 0f $80,000. We will keep pushing to the $100,000 mark.

Thanks for all you do. Next time I’ll get to see you and your husband perform!

T.J. Eagen

Relay for Life Event Chair

Deerfield Beach


Utility tax

Dear Editor:

Are the voters in Deerfield Beach aware of the effect of the 10 percent utility tax on the businesses and residents of the city? The commissioners insist that we are the only major city in Broward County that does not have one. It was rescinded by the voters in the 1970s, opening the door for businesses such as the Sun-Sentinel, Publix, Southeast Toyota, and many other businesses, to choose to locate in Deerfield Beach.

The mayor had said that this will lower our ad valorem tax rate — among the highest in the county. The city manager claims he needs the $6 million to balance the budget, and the finance director says this tax is needed for capital improvements and to stabilize the millage rate. Stabilizing doesn’t sound like reducing! Show us the figures. We run businesses and, like you, should clearly understand what you are doing. We need to plan for the future, as obviously we will have to pass all these further increases on to the consumer. [Commissioner] Ganz claims [this would mean] a reduction in the millage rate. It would take $4,910,521 to reduce the millage 1 mill. Show us the figures.

John Grassi

Deerfield Beach


Dear Editor:

At the commission meeting Tuesday night to introduce the utility tax, a great deal of emphasis was placed on the levy on electric bills. Not a word about the 10 percent levy on water bills that will not be cut in any way. As far as the levy on electric bills – that supposedly will be cut in half when the fuel charge is subtracted – get out your electric bill, subtract the fuel charge, and I am willing to bet it does not cut what you will pay in half, as you were told Tuesday night.

I cannot believe that I must come to the defense of Century Village, but obviously [Commissioner]  Popelsky did not. When [Commissioner] Ganz was denigrating the Village and claiming they are not paying their fair share, why didn’t Popelsky say the rationale behind passage of the Fire Assessment fee was so that everyone would be made to pay?

I do have a question though, if the Fire Department goes to the county, will that negate the fire assessment fee? And in order to make sure everything is legal and above board, a referendum should be held. Not on whether the fire department should go to BSO, but rather on an amendment to Section 7.09 paragraph 2 [of the city charter] that would add just four words. “exempting other governmental agencies.” That could easily be done by mail-in ballot. I believe that the cost was previously estimated at $30,000.

Jean M. Robb

Deerfield Beach


Code/building violations

Dear Editor:

The city of deerfield beach code enforcement and building department have once again dropped the ball. The city departments are great at going after the average resident for garbage cans left out in front of your house, but will not go after a restaurant that is doing construction without any permits. A group of residents have brought this to the building department and code enforcement several times and they have fined Aroma grill, which used to be half-time bar and grill. But let them continue to do unsupervised, unsafe work. The job of these departments is to help maintain safe conditions for the city’s residents [yet] they continue to let them work without a permit. I guess it’s easy to go after the low fruit on the tree. Having a yard sale this weekend… I bet they rip out my yard sales signs.

David H. Franko

Deerfield Beach

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Posted on 19 May 2011 by LeslieM

Deerfield Chamber After Hours

Thursday, May 19, 5:30 P.M.

Am Trust Bank, 3600 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Connect and thrive, meet local business members and enjoy the evening. 954-426-3232.


Cresthaven Neighborhood Watch Meeting

Thursday, May 19, 7 p.m.

St. Elizabeth Social Hall, 901 NE 33 St., Pompano Beach, FL 33064


South Florida LinkedIn Professionals hosts Networking “kickoff event”

Thursday May 19, 6 to 8:30 p.m.

Brooks Restaurant, 500 Federal Hwy., Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Hosted by Frank Congemi. FREE Admission for LinkedIn members. Register: www.linkedinlocal.eventbrite.com. For free LinkedIn membership/profile, sign up at www.Linkedin.com and look for LinkedIn Boca, Pompano, Deerfield Beach.


Splash Luau

Friday, May 20, 6 to 10 p.m.

Quiet Waters Park, 401 S. Powerline Rd., Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Also June 10, June 24, July 8, July 22 and August 5. Activities include splash time, luau games and a movie. Advance ticket sales are required. $5.50. 954-357-5100

Guest Speakers: Orlando Nightengale, Housing Department – City of Pompano and Robert Wolfe, Representative  Property Appraisers Office. Commissioner Charlotte Burrie and BSO will also be there with updates. 954-786-7536.


Palm Aire Park Groundbreaking Ceremony

Friday, May 20, 9:30 a.m.

3500 W. Palm Aire Dr., Pompano Beach, FL 33061

Six tennis courts, volleyball, playgrounds, handball courts, two tot-lots, bocce ball courts, basketball court, state-of-the-art exercise pavilion and more.


46th annual Pompano Fishing Rodeo

Friday, May 20 & Saturday, May 21

Alsdorf Boat Launch Park, 2815 NE 14 St. Causeway, Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Eligible species are dolphin, kingfish, wahoo, tuna and cobia. Payouts for biggest fish and heaviest combined catch. Entry fees: $235 per angler, $175 for drift boat anglers. Final registration is 5-10 p.m. TONIGHT. Call 954-924-4513, e-mail fishtherodeo@gmail.com or visit www.pompanofishingrodeo.com.


Garage Sale for Freidreich’s Ataxia

Saturday, May 21, 8 a.m.

3031 NE 46 St., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308

Block sale. Proceeds to Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance (FARA), a progressive neuromuscular degenerative disease.  For info, to volunteer or donate items, contact 954-478-5056.


About Boating Safety Course (ABS)

Saturday, May 21, 8 a.m.

Dixon Ahl Recreation Center, 2200 NE 38 St., Lighthouse Point, Fl 33064

Conducted by U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 3-7, L.H.P. Program meets requirements for Florida Boater Education I.D. card required for all boaters born after Jan. 1, 1988. Cost: $45 (includes lunch and all materials).  Advance registration required/space is limited. For info./ registration, 954-557-0582.


BSO-Deerfield Beach PAL Amateur Boxing

Saturday, May 21

Deerfield Beach High School, 910 SW 15 St., Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

$5-General/$15-Ringside. Contact: Deputy Butch Santy 954-778-0174.


Art Night Pompano

Saturday, May 21, 6:30 to 10 p.m.

Pompano Citi Centre, center courtyard (space 104), 1955-201 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Vacant Spaces Project, music & art. DJ: PRose  Featured artists: MarcPaperScissors, Jacklyn Laflamme and Julio Green. Additionally, the opening night of Art Aquatic, a mixed-media exhibition by Susan Clifton with video work by Doug Barkley will be on display in a nearby venue. www.artisticproductionsinc.com or 954-695-1587.


Dixieland Jazz Session

Sunday, May 22, 1 to 4 p.m.

Henry’s Hideaway, 1500 S. Andrews Ave., Pompano Beach, FL  33069

Presented by the Hot Jazz & Alligator Gumbo Society. $10. 954-563-5390 or 561-394-0269.


Come Pawty

Tuesday, May 24, 7 to 11 p.m.

Neighborhood Bar & Grill, 6450 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton, FL 33487

Food, fun, dancing, raffles & 50/50, music by “Kickback.” Proceeds help to save homeless pets. Dogs Rule Rescue Group – 954-380-DOGS (3647).


North Broward Democratic Club

Wednesday, May 25, 7:30 p.m.

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

Topic: Looking forward to 2012 Speaker: Mitch Ceasar, Chair, Broward Democratic Party. Free. Light refreshments served. 954-783-8232.


Save the Date: First Christian Church of Pompano Beach Yard Sale

Saturday, May 28, 8 a.m. to noon

1860 NE 39 St., Pompano Beach, FL 33064

Proceeds go toward church day school and youth activities. 954-942-2515.


Save the Date: Island Water Sports Summer Surf Camps

June 13-17, Cocoa Beach, FL (Ages 11-14)

July 11-15, Flagler Beach FL (Ages 15-18)

Learn to surf with pro-surfers and professional, certified instructors, using provided boards. $599, includes round-trip transportation from IWS, efficiency apartment, meals, and all sports activities. For reservations, call 954-427-4929 or www.islandwatersports.com/camps.


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You’ve got the key

Posted on 19 May 2011 by LeslieM


“Of things I should be thankful for, I’ve had a goodly share

And as I sit here in the comfort of a cozy chair,

My fancy takes me to a humble east side tenement.

Five people in two bedrooms is where my childhood days were spent.

It wasn’t much like Paradise, but ‘mid the dirt and all

There was the sweetest angel, one that I fondly call…..

My Yiddishe Momme.”


A Yiddishe Momma keeps the house so clean that you can eat off the floor, and where cooking is concerned she has more “BAM” than Emeril because momma’s meals were made with one ingredient that Emeril can’t get. They were made with a momma’s love … and a momma’s hands.

As Barbara J. Hall wrote, “In my mother’s hands, I saw the hard work that she had done for me. I saw the caring those hands provided for my benefit throughout the years …” When I think of momma’s hands, I can still picture them waving magically over the Shabbat Candles as she benshed lecht. And, even before that, I can picture her kneading a batch of dough and braiding it into a perfect Challah for Shabbat.

And, as Barbara J. Hall continues, “In my mother’s face, I saw the hopes and dreams she held for me that were so plainly written there.”

From the time that I was born, momma dreamed of being able to see me standing under the Chupa. In fact, when I was born that was the blessing given to her by others — “May you be privileged to escort your son under the Chupa.”

A Chupa … a wedding canopy … we even sing about it at services on Friday nights. “L’Cha Dodi” … come let us greet the Bride of Sabbath … come let us greet the Sabbath Bride.

More than 2 billion people were all glued to a wedding recently. Many who never find the time to go to their House of Worship made sure to get up at four in the morning just to watch The Royal Wedding.

When one agrees to wed, they realize that another soul has won the key to their heart. Actually, it is not so much that one soul has won the key to another’s heart, but that both now share the same key. And, at the wedding, the Prince and Princess were indeed given a key. But that key was not in a place that too many of us would have thought to find it. It was inside a Challah. There is a custom among some pertaining to the baking of a Shliss Challah. This is usually done on the Shabbat following Pesach. I’ll bet most of you have never heard of a Shliss Challah. Well, now you know that it is a challah with a house key baked into it.

By the way, there was also a Ketubah at the Royal Wedding. A Ketubah is a contract between the bride and the groom. Oddly enough, Shabbat is also a contract … as we have agreed to honor and observe it.

There are many different ways to honor and observe Shabbat. The key is to treat it like a Royal Wedding. Prepare for it. Look forward to it. Invite family and friends to join you. Have special foods for one and all. Have blessings recited. Sing songs. Oops, and I almost forgot … while you’re making up your guest list … don’t forget to invite G-d in.

Now, let us celebrate this most blessed of days together as one heart and one soul. That is the key.


Shalom My Friends,

Rabbi Craig H. Ezring


Rabbi Ezring is a Hospice Chaplain and Member of the National Association of Jewish Chaplains. He also provides Professional Pastoral Care Services to a number of health centers in Broward County.


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Posted on 19 May 2011 by LeslieM

Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives have arrested two men in connection with a widespread problem that was leaving many throughout the county with a flood of problems.

At around 3 a.m. May 18, BSO Oakland Park sergeant John Nash was on patrol in the 4500 block of N. Dixie Highway when he stumbled upon a location where a backflow valve had been stolen and water was gushing out. The sergeant noticed there wasn’t much water on the ground, so he figured the thieves must have just stolen the valve and could potentially be in the area. He conducted a search of the surrounding neighborhood and spotted two suspects in a white Grand Marquis exiting from a warehouse complex at 4700 N. Dixie Highway.
The sergeant observed the rear of the car was dripping water, had mud on the hood of the trunk and appeared to be holding excessive weight. Upon speaking with the two males the sergeant noticed they were both soaked and had mud on their legs. The men claimed they were returning from the beach. Sgt. Nash had reason to believe the men were lying and placed them under arrest.
A search of the vehicle revealed there was an ax and 26 backflow valves in the trunk and a canvass of the warehouse complex revealed five locations where water was spewing from broken pipes.
The suspects, John Martin, 29, and Gannon Wing, 20, admitted to stealing the valves. Each has been charged with loitering or prowling, but additional charges are expected as the investigation continues.
Detectives investigating similar thefts that occurred on May 18 in at least six jurisdictions in Broward and one in Palm Beach will be looking at the stolen items to determine if the suspects were the culprits in their cases.


Three arrested for multiple Deerfield burglaries

Posted on 13 May 2011 by LeslieM

BSO deputies and detectives worked through the night piecing together information which ultimately led to the arrest of three suspects for multiple burglaries throughout the City of Deerfield Beach.  The suspects were charged with several vehicle burglaries that occurred in Deer Creek (Hollows Circle, Palladian Circle, and Corona Way) and residential burglaries near Eastridge Circle and Crystal Lake Drive.  If you see suspicious activity in your neighborhood call 911 immediately.

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May 10, Pompano commission meeting

Posted on 12 May 2011 by LeslieM

From David Volz

Pompano Beach city commission passed a resolution to authorize the proper city officials to execute a summer youth employment agreement between the City of Pompano Beach and WorkForce One Employment Solutions at the May 10 commission meeting.

This program will allow the city to participate in a grant funded by WorkForce One and Broward County Children’s Services Council to provide summer employment for low and moderate income youth, ages 13 to 18, from June 1, 2011 to August 30, 2011.

There is no financial contribution required by the City of Pompano Beach. The city is committed to provide work site, supervision, verify hours worked and abide by applicable federal and state laws, according to Human Resources Director Michael Smith.



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Crime Watch

Posted on 12 May 2011 by LeslieM


May 2 Police went to the Cove Market in reference to a pit bull tied to a pole. While there, a subject came up and claimed it was hers. She was driving with no ID, and after she was identified as Angela Spina, was found with a suspended driver’s license and no proof of insurance. After citations, she consented to search and was found with multiple cracks rocks and various pills.

May 2 Over $100,000 in items were taken from a UPS second-day air facility on NW 3 Street.

May 3 Around $2500 in electronics stolen from a home on Eastridge Drive.

May 3 Three juveniles were arrested for burglarizing a home on NW 46 Street.

May 4 A suspect entered Walgreens on E. Hillsboro Blvd. and stole three cartons of cigarettes.

May 4 Unknown thieves entered a vacant building on SW 13 Drive and stole copper wiring, metal and A/C units for a loss of $300,000 to the owner.

May 5 Nine tires and rims were stolen from Just Four Tires on N. Dixie Highway.

May 6 De’Angelo Perpull, 18, was found to have been involved in multiple residential burglaries in the north end of Broward County. Perpull was checked out of the juvenile detention center by deputies and identified 23 locations, including one conveyance incident in Pompano Beach, Margate, North Lauderdale, Deerfield Beach and unincorporated Boca.

May 8 Police went to Winn Dixie on Federal Hwy. due to reports of fighting and found two juveniles fighting with four trying to break it up. Four of the six had shoplifted from Beall’s over $200 in items and three were released to parents; one went to the Juvenile Center.

May 8 Two juveniles visiting family near SW 10 Street threw rocks at a firefighter truck as it was leaving, cracking the windshield. Police found the family of the 10 and 11-year-old kids to discuss the incident.


May 7 Arrest was made for a grand theft that occurred at 12:30 a.m. at  1825 N. Military Tr.
Victim reported subject grabbed her purse (total value of items $550) off an outside table at CJ’s Bar & Grill. Subject fled and a perimeter was established. K-9 located the subject. Detective responded and interviewed the subject.

May 7 Theft of an auto occurred at Pine Tree Apartments, 113 Lock Rd., between 1 and 7:30 a.m.
Victim advised unknown suspect(s) removed his car from the parking lot. Affidavit signed. No suspects, witnesses or video. It should be noted that the vehicle was recovered in Unincorporated Boynton Beach by PBSO as the report was being taken. The vehicle was partially stripped.

May 9 Grand theft occurred in Constitution Park, 2841 West Hillsboro Blvd. between 6:15 and 8 p.m. Victim was playing basketball at park with his belongings on the sideline on a bench. Between 7 and 8 p.m., an unknown person stole his cell phone from his belongings. Incident was entered into teletype.

May 9 Conveyance burglary occurred at Quiet Waters Park, 401 S. Powerline Rd., between 1:30 and 4:15 p.m.
Victim said unknown suspect smashed the right rear window of her vehicle and stole two bags. Loss was approximately $210. Scene was processed.


May 1 A 2006 Chevy pickup truck with a trailer holding two golf carts was stolen from a home on NE 52 Court.

May 1 A car was burglarized on NE 46 Court.

May 3 Publix in Venetian Isles caught another shoplifter and had him trespassed off the property.

May 3 Over $22,000 in jewelry, electronics and cash were taken from a Lighthouse Point home for a loss of $44,506.





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