Crime Watch

Posted on 26 September 2012 by LeslieM


Sept. 22 A woman reported that her apartment at 884 NW 45 St. was broken into and a laptop valued at $1,000 stolen.

Sept. 22 A woman was arrested and charged with grand theft. She stole $4,305 from her employer AI Medical Imaging at 1890 W. Hillsboro Blvd.

Sept.22 A man was arrested and charged with felony narcotics. A deputy found powder cocaine on him at 200 SW 1 St.

Sept.22 A man reported his car stolen from the Atlantic Pavilion Parking Garage at 245 North A1A.

Sept. 23 A woman reported that another woman stabbed her while she was at a social gathering at 175 SW 3 St. The woman was stabbed in her left calf following an argument.

Sept.23 A man reported that his home at 212 SE 8 Terr. was broken into. Rear door was smashed. The man reported two laptop computers and a check stolen.

Sept. 23 A man reported that his home at 1309 SE 7 St. was burglarized. There were no signs of forced entry and the burglar may have entered through a dog door. The man reported that three guns were stolen.

DEERFIELD – District 4

Sept. 13 Residential burglary was reported in Crystal Key Point, on NW 53 Court at 3:46 a.m. Unknown suspect entered the residence via an unlocked sliding glass door and removed a blue dell notebook computer.

Sept. 17 Burglary occurred in an occupied residence on Jefferson Drive in Deer Creek at 4:07 a.m. Unknown person made an unforced entry into a home and stole a flat screen TV and clothing. Scene was processed, DNA recovered.

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


Sept. 12 The superintendent of a construction site at 3260 N. Federal Hwy. reported that his iPad valued at about $800 was stolen.

Sept. 12 A woman reported that she went to CVS Pharmacy at 3850 N. Federal Hwy. to pick up medication, diapers and training pants for her son. Upon arrival, she was told that the items had already been signed for. The woman said she had not picked up the items. A survellance camera showed that a man had picked up the items.

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