| December, 2019

Register for Blues School 2020!

Posted on 12 December 2019 by LeslieM

By “Cinema” Dave


Given that Deerfield Beach Percy White Library had successfully hosted “Blues School: Ragtime Migration with Kris Nicholson,” “Blues School 2020” became inevitable.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Percy White Library Inc., Nicholson will ring the school bell on Saturday, Jan. 4 at 2 p.m. This first program features “Music from Martin Luther King’s time 1929-1968.” This Honky Tonk piano player will create an uplifting celebration of Doctor King’s life in the 20th Century. Expect a lot of familiar songs from the eras of Harold Arlen to Otis Redding.

The Saturday before the Superbowl – Feb. 1 – Florida Blues Legend Joey Gilmore will add some authenticity to the “Blues School 2020” series. Gilmore has shared the stage with James Brown, Etta James, Bobby Bland, Little Milton and Robert “HiHat” Carter. A crowd favorite at festivals and on the road, Joey Gilmore earned the coveted IBC for his contribution to Blues culture and education.

Saturday, March 14 features America’s Music: From Plymouth Rock to Rock ‘n’ Roll hosted by scholar Matthew Sabatella. Part musical concert and part historical lecture, Sabatella’s programs always have people tapping their feet and feeling enlightened by our unique American heritage.  

Cinema of the Blues will be seen Thursday, Jan. 30, Saturday, Feb. 15 and Thursday, March 5. Due to licensing agreements, the titles cannot be revealed, but flyers and titles are available by visiting Deerfield Beach Percy White Library. (Hints: The January movie stars Ralph Macchio, Joe Seneca and Steve Vai. The February movie won the Best Picture Oscar, and the March screening stars Elwood Blues without his partner Joliet Jake.)

“Blues School 2020” graduation with Senior Moments: “The Unforgettable Band” happens Saturday, March 28. This final program is the culmination of the series and features the Big Band Swing aspect of the Blues.

As an American art form, the Blues provides an entertaining escape. The Blues acknowledges hardship, sorrow and loss, but the music allows one a vehicle to escape to the garden of happiness and perseverance. The best thing about “Blues School 2020” is that it is free and open to our community. How cool is that?

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Posted on 12 December 2019 by LeslieM

Deerfield Beach

Nov. 30: It was reported that the lock to the pool area at Quiet Waters Park was cut and a $300 pool pump was stolen. The incident was reported at 401 S. Powerline Rd.

Nov. 30: It was reported that a Toyota Corolla parked at 840 Cypress Park Rd. was broken into. A window was smashed but nothing was taken.

Nov. 30: A woman reported that her car parked at 671 Cypress Lake Rd. was broken into and her wallet stolen.

Nov. 30: It was reported that eight vehicles in Waterford Estates were broken into. Some vehicles were unlocked and entered, and others had their windows smashed. Two iPhones and a backpack were stolen. The incident was reported at 671 Cypress Lake Blvd.

Dec. 1: A woman reported that someone entered her apartment at 770 SE 2 Terr. and stole $5,000 worth of collectable coins, two silver diamond earrings valued at $3,000, two silver diamond cross pendants valued at $500 and $300 in cash.

Lighthouse Point

Dec. 5: A woman brought a small black and white dog that was found while she was running in the 2300 block of NE 49 Street to an animal hospital. She said she did not recognize the dog or see anyone attempting to catch the animal. The animal hospital made contact with the owner who said they would retrieve the dog. The owner said he let the dog out in his backyard and did not realize it had gotten out.

Dec. 3: A resident went to the police department to report she mistakenly left her purse at the Lighthouse Point Yacht Club at 2701 NE 42 St. a couple of days earlier. She called the club and was told that the purse was not found. It contained a cell phone, driver’s license and three credit cards. The resident canceled all of her cards and was notified at the time that no fraudulent purchases had been made. A few days later, she contacted police and said her purse was located.

Dec. 3: Police responded to an alarm call at 2357 NE 28 Ct. The perimeter was checked and it was found secure.

(This is a partial list. For Deerfield Beach Crime Watch in full, visit www.DFB.City and click on “Sign Me Up” to receive the city wide report.)

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Posted on 12 December 2019 by LeslieM

Holiday Hayride and Campfire

Friday, Dec. 13, 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Quiet Waters Park

401 S. Powerline Rd.

Deerfield Beach FL 33442

Start a holiday tradition by taking a hayride around the park and enjoying an old-fashioned marshmallow roast around a campfire. Advance tickets required priced at $3.50. For more information, call 954-357-5100.

Winter Wonderland

Saturday, Dec. 14, 10 a.m.

Quiet Waters Park

401 S. Powerline Rd.

Deerfield Beach FL 33442

Winter is coming to Deerfield Beach! The celebration of the season features a 70 ft. snow slide, a visit from Santa, train rides and various other festive activities. The event and activities are free. Food will be available for purchase from food trucks and local vendors. For more information, call 954-480-4494.

Holiday Family’s Day

Saturday, Dec. 14, 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Sample-McDougald House

450 NE 10 St.

Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Miss Christmas Joy reads “Twas the Night before Christmas” with activities and gifts for the children. Free for children under the age of 12.

Breakfast with Santa

Saturday, Dec. 14, 9 to 11 a.m.

E. Pat Larkins Community Center

520 Dr. MLK King, Jr. Blvd.

Pompano Beach, FL 33060

He’s making his list and checking it twice! This is your chance to see and have breakfast with the one and only Santa Claus! This event will also include prizes in a live action game show. Tickets are $7 per person and are on sale now at the Emma Lou Olson Civic Center and the E. Pat Larkins Community Center. Mark your calendars and bring family and friends to this festive morning with Santa Claus! For more information, visit www.pompanobeachfl.gov or call 954-786-4111.

Christmas Light Tour

Monday, Dec. 16, 6 to 8:30 p.m.

Oveta McKeithen Recreation Center (departs from)

445 SW 2 St.

Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Get into the glow of the holiday. Join the group to go to Tradewinds Park’s Holiday Fantasy of Lights exhibit and tour local neighborhoods. The price is $5 for adults and $2 for children 12 and under.

Holiday Family Night

Wednesday, Dec. 18, 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Sample-McDougald House

450 NE 10 St.

Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Join your friends and neighbors and enjoy the “Home for the Holidays” celebration, which includes a musical holiday night with sing-along and caroling, a special visit from Santa arriving in the famous 1915 Pompano Beach Fire truck at 7 p.m., children’s activities & gifts provided by Miss Christmas Joy, light bites, open bar and tour of fully decorated holiday home. $15 per person free entry with membership purchase or renewal at door and free for children under the age of 12.Visit www.samplemcdougald.org for more information.

Ice Cream Social with Santa

Wednesday, Dec. 18, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Oveta McKeithen Recreation Center

445 SW 2 St.

Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Come celebrate the season. Make your own ice-cream sundae, meet Santa, sing your favorite Christmas songs, arts & crafts and bounce houses. This is a free event.

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Posted on 12 December 2019 by LeslieM

Slam Poetry Fest

Through Saturday, Dec. 14, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Pompano Beach Cultural Center

50 W. Atlantic Blvd.

Pompano Beach FL 33060

A 4-day poetry festival that seeks to serve the community through educational, theatrical and literary performances. The festival boasts a poetry competition, writing workshops, community service, local business support, a beach party, food trucks, vendors and more. $10. For more information, visit https://tickets.ccpompano.org.

Environmental talk

Thursday, Dec. 12, 7 p.m.

Constitution Park and Arboretum

66-124 Deer Creek Rd.

Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

Join the Friends of the Arboretum for this informative session. The Director for Environmental Studies and Professor of Geosciences from the Florida Atlantic University, Dr. Colin Polsky of Harvard, will be speaking. He is a social scientist whose research and teaching examines how people create, perceive and respond to environmental changes. The program is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served with a plant giveaway.

South Florida Career Fair

Thursday, Dec. 12, 1 to 5:30 p.m.

BB&T Center – Florida Panthers Arena

1 Panthers Parkway

Sunrise, FL 33323

Presented by the Broward County Chamber of Commerce. Showcase your company and available positions. Cost is $30 at the door, $15 in advance or free with resume. Call 954-565-5750 or register online at www.SouthFloridaCareerFair.com.

Pompano Green Market

Saturday, Dec. 14, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

41 NE 1 St.

Pompano Beach, FL 33060

The Seasonal Green Market presented by the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) is every Saturday through April. Providing the best and freshest local fruits, and vegetables, juices, baked goods, seafood, gourmet teas and coffees, and other food items, as well as orchids, plants and health-related products and services from local businesses. Come out, shop and experience all the market has to offer such as free yoga from 10 -11 a.m., live music, special events, cooking demonstrations and workshops. Questions? E-mail greenmarketpompanobeach@gmail.com.

Music under the Stars

Saturday, Dec. 14, 7 p.m.

Pompano Beach Great Lawn

20-98 N. Pompano Beach Blvd.

Pompano Beach, FL 33062

Come out for an evening of great music and entertainment hosted by the City of Pompano Beach Parks & Recreation Dept. This is a free public event. The featured band: Party Express (‘70s, ‘80s Dance music). Visit the city’s website for more information at www.pompanobeachfl.gov or call 954-786-4111.

District 1 Saturday Office Hours

Saturday, Dec. 14, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

City Hall

150 NE 2 Ave.

Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

District 1 Commissioner Michael Hudak is happy to host. Hudak will be available to meet with constituents on an appointment basis. To schedule an appointment, contact the City Manager’s Office at 954-480-4263.

A Season to Remember

Saturday, Dec. 14, 6:30 p.m.

Community Presbyterian Church

1920 SE 5 St.

Deerfield Beach, FL  33441

Juan Mansilla, Baritone soloist, in concert. $20 suggested donation, 18 and under free. Free parking. Call 954-427-0222 for more information.

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The gift of forgiveness

Posted on 12 December 2019 by LeslieM

Christmas is in the air here in South Florida. It is true that we do not have snow covered roofs, freezing temperatures, or a toboggan on every child’s head. [FYI: A toboggan is both a hat and a sled!]In South Florida, we know it is Christmas time in other ways. The traffic increases as the snowbirds arrive, parking spaces are difficult to find at the malls, the temperatures have fallen into the 70s, the humidity has decreased, and people are busy wrapping Christmas lights around their palm trees. The chaos will continue to increase as we draw closer to Dec. 25 and people search for those last minute gifts. Every year, in the midst of the chaos, I stop to wonder how many take the time to reflect on a quiet night in Bethlehem… you know… that first Christmas night.
My wife and I just returned from our third trip to Israel. Each time, we have had the privilege of standing in the Shepherd’s Field, which is small and very quiet. Standing in that field at night, you see nothing but the dark, star-filled sky… oh, and the lights of Bethlehem in the distance. I cannot even imagine what it would have been like to see and hear the angels announcing the birth of Jesus! I always laugh when I read Luke 2:10, and think of the angel saying, “Do not be afraid…” Yeah, right! Who would not be afraid when an angel appears in the darkness! The good news the angel pronounced was the birth of our Savior!
On that first Christmas night in Bethlehem, we see the greatest Giver was God… the greatest Gift was His Son… and the greatest example was God’s act of forgiveness. Jesus did not come to pay the penalty for His sins, but rather to pay for ours. God gave His Son so that our sin could be forgiven and so that we could be reconciled to Him. Jesus did not do anything wrong, but He willingly laid down His life to pay our sin debt and purchase a place in heaven for us. That is an amazing act of love and forgiveness, which sets an example for us to follow.
Sadly, churchgoers are often the most unforgiving of people. I have worked in secular environments where people cuss at each other, lose their temper and say some rotten things; but those same people let it roll off their backs and the next day they have reconciled and moved forward. I do not often see that same reconciliation among those who claim to be “Christians.” Let me clarify … I do see the cussing, gossip, backbiting and hateful comments; but, rarely have I seen the ability among Christians to forgive, overlook, move forward, reconcile and restore relationships.
Christmas is a reminder that God forgives our faults and failures. Those who claim to be Christ-followers should have that same heart. “Peace on Earth and goodwill toward men” should start in the church. John 3:16 reminds us of God’s position, “For God so loved the world (those who had turned their backs on Him) that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” Eternal life through Jesus Christ is God’s gift to all humanity and it reveals His heart of love … His example of forgiveness!
We, too, have the opportunity to claim or share the gift of forgiveness this Christmas. If you have never confessed your sinful condition before God and personally received His gift of eternal life through Jesus Christ, this Christmas season is a great time to do so. If you are holding a grudge against someone, this is a great time to extend forgiveness and initiate the steps toward reconciliation. Being right with God and right with others could make this the greatest Christmas that you have ever experienced! I close by encouraging all Christ-followers to promote peace on Earth and goodwill toward all men by following God’s example of forgiveness.
Dr. Gary A. Colboch is Senior Pastor at Grace Church located at 501 NE 48 St. in Pompano Beach. For more information, call 954-421-0190 or pastor@gbcfl.org.

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Thanksgiving Dinner with your dog

Posted on 09 December 2019 by JLusk


Romeo is ready to celebrate Thanksgiving.

By Jo Jo Harder

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. There are a lot of guests to host and plenty of food to prepare, and your dog wants to be a part of it. Many of us share this special holiday with our canine family members. Here are some helpful tips on how to have a happy and safe Thanksgiving with your dog!

Give your dog a special meal before everyone else sits down at the table. This way your dog’s tummy will be full, and he’ll be less likely to beg for scraps. Also, ask your guests not to sneak your dog food from the table.

It’s no secret that dogs love turkey, carrots and sweet potatoes, but how it is prepared is the key for keeping them healthy, happy and safe. Feel free to give your dog limited options from the Thanksgiving table that are good for him, including cooked turkey meat, minus skin and bones. Skin is fatty food that can lead to gastric distress, and turkey bones should never be fed to dogs.

To avoid a sudden change in diet, add a few pieces of boneless, skinless turkey meat to your dog’s regular food. Save portions of mashed sweet potatoes, carrots and green beans before they have been buttered and creamed.

Onions are toxic to dogs. Make sure your dog stays away from the pearly whites, yellows and reds! Sage and nutmeg have essential oils that can cause tummy upsets. Avoid serving your dog food with these seasonings. Grapes, raisins and nuts are also not safe for dogs to eat. Chocolate is a no no. If you want your pooch to have a special Thanksgiving dessert, bake homemade pup cakes or doggie biscuits.

If you need some inspiration, check out America’s Top Dog Model’s Pinterest page for yummy dog treat recipes that will keep your pooch’s tail wagging!

Remember to keep your dog entertained while everyone else is feasting. Provide him with a toy, a food-filled KONG, or a long-lasting bone.

If you follow these precautions, your dog will enjoy his Thanksgiving dinner as much as you will enjoy yours. And he’ll have one more reason to be eternally grateful that you’ve given him a wonderful forever home.




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Parts of I-95, I-595 and SR 84 to Close for Annual Toy Run Motorcycle Parade –Dec 8

Posted on 06 December 2019 by JLusk


To provide a safe route for motorcyclists participating in “The Toy Run” motorcycle parade, parts of I-95, I-595 and SR 84 will be closed from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8. I-95 northbound will be closed from Hallandale Beach Boulevard to I-595 and I-595 westbound will be closed from I-95 to the I-595 westbound ramp east of Commodore on SR 84. Additionally, SR 84 westbound will be closed from Flamingo Road to Markham Park. The parade route runs from The Big Easy Casino in Hallandale Beach to Markham Park in Sunrise. A rolling opening will be used, meaning that once the parade clears a roadway, it will be opened to regular traffic.

The Broward Sheriff’s office will be providing more than 100 lieutenants, deputies, sergeants and community service aids to staff traffic posts along the event route. An estimated 1500-2000 people are participating in the event this year.


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New program underway at Pompano Golf Club

Posted on 05 December 2019 by LeslieM

By Gary Curreri

Through a partnership with The First Tee of Broward, the Chiera Family Foundation has started an additional program called N.I.C.K.’s Golf at the Pompano Beach Golf Club. N.I.C.K.’s Golf allows children that are currently undergoing cancer treatments at area hospitals to enroll for nine weeks of golf lessons at no cost to the child. The full-time coaches are T.J. Ziol and Tony Whelan, while the full-time volunteers are Jillian Bourdage, Loren Ringler, and John Pisano.

Through the First Tee, these children not only get a needed break from their chemotherapy, but they also learn life lessons about honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy and judgment. Nine healthy habits are also taught during the nine-week session which helps teach them about exercise and nutrition.

“This wonderful program has also been extended to the siblings of these young cancer patients as they are often left out of activities as the family focuses on the child fighting the disease,” said Jack Bloomfield, the Director of Operations for the First Tee of Broward County. 

Bucks fall in state semifinal; Knighton commits

Deerfield Beach dug itself an early hole and was unable to get out and dropped a 28-21 decision on the road to Miami Columbus in the Class 8A state semifinals.

Bucks running back Jaylan Knighton announced his commitment to the Miami Hurricanes the day before the loss on his Twitter account. 

Miami Columbus jumped out to a 14-0 first quarter lead and held off the Bucks (10-4) who lost their third state semifinal in four years. Knighton scored one TD in the game on a 37-yd run. Quarterback Michael Pratt threw a 27-yd TD pass to Deajaun McDougle and scored on a 1-yd sneak with 37 seconds remaining in the game.

Knighton, a four-star prospect, chose the Hurricanes just a couple weeks after de-committing from Florida State. Knighton backed off his commitment to the Seminoles after the team fired Coach Willie Taggart. Knighton said earlier in November that he and Taggart had a strong bond. Knighton rushed for 2,099 yds and 28 touchdowns as a junior and finished this season with 172 carries for 1,631 yds rushing and 22 scores. He had 12 carries for 120 yds and one score in the state semifinal loss.

Pompano Golf Association results

The Pompano Beach Men’s Golf Association also held a One Best Ball of Foursome and a Two Best Ball on the Par 3s on Nov. 13 at the Pines.

The team of Lee Hammer, Charles Schaefer and Bob VanZandt, playing alternate shots, carded a 57 to win the event two strokes over the team of Oscar Aleman, Dave Dowling, Tom Pawelczyk and Dennis Sejda. Finishing in third place was the team of Terry Denoma, Lance Naiman, Jack Permenter and Willie Smith who shot a 62. Bill Hadersbeck, Bill Hazlett, Brian Nixon and Charles Schaefer (blind draw) shot a 63 and won on a match of cards. The closest to the pin winner on hole No. 15 was Dave Dowling.

 The Pompano Beach Men’s Golf Association also held a Partners AB and CD on Nov. 20 at the Pines. Bob VanZandt won the Partners AB with the lowest net score without a blind draw (44) and carded a 57. Finishing in second was Chuck Brown and Bob Breur, who shot a 58. The team of Jim Muschany and Dennis Sejda shot a 59 to finish in third, while the team of Frank Cutrone and Bill McCormick carded a 61 and won on a match of cards.

Winning the Partners CD was the team of Bob Mascatello and Bert Welage, who shot a 54. The team of Jerry DeSapio and Dave Dowling was second with a 56, while the teams of Scott Feinman and Val Rapoport and Jim DeCicco and Willie Smith each shot 59s. The team of Feinman and Rapoport won on a match of cards. The closest to the pin winner on hole No. 3 was Tom Breur.

The Pompano Women’s Golf Association recently held an Odd Holes, 1/2 Handicap in Classes on Nov. 26.

 The winner of the A/B class was Kathy Stewart, who scored 30.0, followed by Georgie Wright, who carded a 32.0. Alberta Bove shot 32.5 to won the C/D Class, while Patti Van Zandt, 33.0 and Ann Symonds, 33.5 were second and third respectively.

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Remember December 7?

Posted on 05 December 2019 by LeslieM

By “Cinema” Dave


I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.” Translated quote attributed to Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (though not factually verified)

This Saturday, Dec. 7 marks the 78th Anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Does this sentence hold any significance for you? For some of my readers, the bombing of Pearl Horror was a horror story that they first heard about on Broadcast Radio or that their parents lived through. It was a life changing day for millions of people.

The Japanese Imperial Navy waged a surprise attack on the territory of Hawaii, which was the most western naval base of the United States of America. (On Dec. 8, 1941, Congress declared war on Japan.) A shocked nation responded months later with a bombing mission over Tokyo, which lead to the Battle of Midway, Iwo Jima, Bataan and the eventual dropping of two Atomic Bombs on Japan. Thus, in one compound sentence, explains the Pacific Campaign of World War II.

As a child and teen growing up in the 1960s and 1970s, World War II was very much a topic of conversation, since many relatives and neighbors served in the conflict. Television shows like Hogan’s Heroes found humor about prisoners of war. Afternoon movies featuring John Wayne, Cary Grant and Errol Flynn presented patriotic stories with stock war footage filmed by legendary movie directors like John Huston, John Ford and Italian Immigrant Frank Capra. 

When war concludes, a soldier returns home in the hopes of finding peace. The highest ranking actor in military history, a Brigadier General in the United States Air Force Reserve, James Stewart made a movie with Frank Capra that bombed — It’s a Wonderful Life. It wasn’t until the early 1980s with contemporary, hot film director Steven Spielberg that The Searchers and It’s a Wonderful Life were two of the most influential movies. 

As Greek philosopher Socrates proclaimed over 5,000 years ago, “Only the dead have seen the end of war.”  As Sept. 11, 2001 has revealed, each generation faces the challenge of evil and how one responds to that challenge defines a generation.

This Monday, Dec. 9, Broward County Library Director Kelvin Watson will be visiting Deerfield Beach Percy White Library to do a book talk on Thank You For Your Service by David Finkel.  As a follow up to his book, The Good Soldiers, Finkel focuses on the returning soldiers from the “War on Terror” and how they are trying to adjust to civilian life.

This Saturday, Dec. 7, at 2 p.m., Deerfield Beach Percy White Library will present a John Wayne movie released in January 1944. (Title cannot be revealed due to licensing agreements.) While young people might scoff at how dated this film will look, this film is a time capsule about the culture of world war. One will cringe at the cigarettes being smoked in this movie, yet one will appreciate the sincerity of domestic sacrifice. While John Wayne did not serve in World War II, his movies where respected by the American soldier. I should know. My Dad served in World War II at the time of this movie’s release.

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Posted on 05 December 2019 by LeslieM

Deerfield Beach

Nov. 26: It was reported that someone broke into four vehicles over night, parked at 1100 SE 4 Ave.

Nov. 26: It was reported that someone smashed out the front glass door of Allure Hair Candy Shop to gain entry to the business. Several items were stolen. The incident was reported at 103 SE 10 St.

Nov. 26: A man reported that someone stole $3,000 from his checking account over the past two months. The incident was reported at 4001 W. Hillsboro Blvd.

Nov. 27: A woman reported that someone entered her home at 1751 NW 48 Ct. and removed a purse. The person ransacked the purse and stole a wallet.

Nov. 27: A man went through the self-checkout at Home Depot with a $1,150 Makita saw. He paid for a $5 item and then left the store without paying for the saw. The incident was reported at 60 SW 12Ave.

Nov. 27: A man reported that while he was inside Walgreens at 120 S. Powerline Rd., a man stole his car and drove away.  The incident was reported at 3599 W. Hillsboro Blvd.

Lighthouse Point

Nov. 18: The victim said someone stole scrap copper and aluminum from a construction site at 2324 NE 29 St. The scrap was piled towards the rear of the vacant property to be sold to a scrap company. The loss was $700.

Nov. 18: The store manager pointed out a subject who was believed to have eaten and consumed beverages at the store located at 3700 N. Federal Hwy. When confronted, the subject told police, “all things are free.” It was unknown what he may have consumed and was trespassed from the store.

Nov. 19: Police responded to an alarm call at 2510 NE 35St. The alarm was canceled prior to police arrival. It was determined that a bug sprayer set off the alarm.

(This is a partial list. For Deerfield Beach Crime Watch in full, visit www.DFB.City and click on “Sign Me Up” to receive the city wide report.)

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