Boynton Briefing - Jan. 8, 2019

19-001234 1627 hours Burglary Auto 504 SW 1st St
Sometime between 1800 hours on 01/06/18 and 0700 hours on today’s date, unknown persons entered the victim’s Jeep Liberty. It appeared as if the vehicle was left unsecured due to no forced entry being observed.
19-001260 1902 hours Grand Theft Auto 949 Brookdale Dr
Between 0815 and 1640 hours on... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Jan. 4-7, 2019

19-001110 Fleeing and Eluding NW 4th St & BBB 2258 hours
Officers were on patrol at the above address and observed a vehicle being operated in a reckless manner. The officers conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle as it entered I-95 southbound. The vehicle ignored the officers’ emergency equipment and attempted to flee from the officers. The fleeing vehicle became disabled... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Jan. 4, 2019

19-000541 1657 hours Burglary Auto/Fraud 351 NE 28th Ct
Sometime between 2200 hours on 01/02/18 and 1615 hours on today’s date, unknown persons entered the victim’s unsecured Mazda CX-9 and stole a credit card. Since the burglary, multiple purchases were made with the card at various locations in Boynton as well as Lantana.
19-000571 1842 hours Theft... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Jan. 3, 2019

19-000319 1729 hours Recovered Stolen Auto 220 NE 10th Ave
A red Kia Sorento bearing FL tag GGNW69 was located unoccupied.
19-000387 2247 hours Overdose Non-Fatal 1810 S Federal Hwy
W/M was located overdosing in the bathroom of the restaurant. He was transported to Bethesda East where he was being treated and released.
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Police warn public about bank scam

Police are warning the public about a scam that is costing Boynton Beach seniors thousands of dollars.
At least three victims, all of whom live in the Hunters Run community, have been identified. Detectives believe there could be others and want to educate the community to prevent more.
Here’s an example of how the scam worked: one of the victim’s received a call from a woman who... Click to View

Police target drug dealers in undercover operation that nets 11 arrests

Boynton Beach Police on Monday arrested 11 drug dealers on a litany of charges including sale of heroin, fentanyl and cocaine.
The arrests were the culmination of Operation Buy Bye, an undercover investigation that’s objective was to identify suspected drug dealers and disrupt the distribution of controlled substances throughout the city.
Agents with the department’s Narcotics... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Dec. 18, 2018

18-065946 Burglary To Residence 724 NW 7th Ct 1729 hours
Officers responded to the above address and met with the caller who reported a delayed burglary to his residence. The caller said he got home from work and decided to inspect the exterior of his home due to a burglary alarm notification he received earlier in the day. The caller noticed damage and signs of forced entry to an... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Dec. 14-17, 2018

18-065734 1904 hours Possession of Paraphernalia 1005 N Seacrest Blvd
W/M Matthew Noll was arrested after he was observed by Officers utilizing a syringe for narcotic use in front of the business. Noll was issued a NTA.
18-065807 0202 hours Burglary Auto 1414 SE 1st St
Victim observed a young B/M rummaging through the unlocked tool box of his Ford F150... Click to View

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