Posted on 21 November 2012 by LeslieM


Nov. 18 A mobile home at 180 NW 51 St. was broken into. Televisions, DVD players and audio equipment were stolen for a total loss of $3,195.

Nov. 18 A man reported that his former roommate stole 15 bottles of liquor and about $70,000 worth of jewelry from him over the past several months. The incident was reported at 657 Hollows Circle.

Nov. 18 Two men were observed manipulating gas pumps to steal 50 gallons of gas at Texaco at 4517 N. Dixie Hwy.

Nov. 18 A woman reported that her home at 4250 NE 3 Ave. was broken into. She did not know if anything was stolen.

Nov. 18 A man was arrested and charged with a narcotics felony. The man was stopped for a traffic violation at 3770 NE 3 Ave. An investigation revealed he was in possession of cocaine.

Nov. 18 A woman left her apartment on 705 Mermaid Drive. When she returned, she noticed her television valued at $200 and her computer valued at $300 were stolen. There were no signs of forced entry and she believes her former roommate may have taken the items.


DEERFIELD – District 4

Nov.13 Burglary to a business was reported at Pollo Tropical, 1051 S. Military Trail, at 2:49 p.m. Deputies responded to an alarm and discovered the front door smashed. Surveillance video revealed a black male suspect wearing all black with a white shirt covering his head and wearing long dark gloves. One minute prior to the burglary, taillights (3 brake lights) from an unknown make/model car were seen driving near the back door. Suspect attempted to take the register drawer but was unable to remove it. Suspect left business 2 minutes after entering. Manager will call back when they are able to provide a copy of the video.

Nov. 13 Area canvass revealed an attempted burglary to a business (Bakery 2000) at 2100 SW 10 ST., #C. The hurricane-proof glass door was broken, but no entry was made.

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



Nov. 9 A man was arrested and charged with a bank robbery at TD Bank at 3600 N. Federal Hwy. The man entered the bank and handed a teller a note demanding money. The man left the bank with $872 in currency. He escaped in a car that was later found by police. They found his driver’s registration. Police used the registration to get a description of the suspect and were able to track him down.

Nov. 9 A woman reported that someone stole a lacrosse goalie net from their front yard on NE 24 Street.

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