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2011 Daily Briefing Archive

Overnight Incidents for December 20, 2011 - December 28, 2011

 

  • 11-58378 1535 hrs  Stolen Trailer 1319 N. Federal Hwy. (UHaul)
    Manager reported that he conducted inventory and discovered a 1991 UHaul trailer with KS tag # 455049 missing. The trailer was last inventoried on 11/22/11. Trailer entered FCIC/NCIC.
  • 11-58385 1617 hrs Burglary Residence 1437 SW 25th PL #D
    Victim reported that someone entered his residence through an unlocked door between 1430 and 1621 hours, removing a 32 inch flat screen television and a cable cord. Total loss is $500.00.
  • 11-58416 1934 hrs Burglary Auto 1935 S. Federal Hwy. (Emeritas)
    Victim advised her purse was taken from the passenger floorboard between 1600 and 1900 hours. Vehicle was left unsecured. Total loss is $32.
  • 11-58129 – THI Investigation, Mentone Rd and N Seacrest Blvd, 1108hrs
    Officers were on scene of a traffic crash when a Mercury Grand Marquis traveling northbound approaching the scene accelerated to a high rate of speed, swerved of to the west side of the roadway where it flipped over and struck a concrete light pole. The vehicle was found to be occupied by one B/M adult and one B/M child (approx 1 – 2 years old) who were both trapped in the car, as it was crushed and on its roof. BBPD and BBFD units ran to the wreckage where they were successful in removing the child from the car who appeared uninjured. The B/M driver was however trapped and BBFD worked to free him with the jaws of life. Once freed he was transported to Delray Medical Center via Trauma Hawk where he later died from his injuries. The child was transported to Delray as well for treatment and as of this writing is fine and was reunited with family members. Traffic units and C/S responded to the scene and took over the investigation.
  • 11-58132 – Shooting, 200 W. BBB, 1204hrs
    While on the scene of the above call a shooting was reported in the 200 Blk of W. BBB. Units responded and located a W/M smoking a cigarette, with a gunshot wound to his upper chest, standing next to his black 4dr Cadillac. BBFD arrived and transported the W/M to Delray Medical Center for treatment. Investigation revealed the victim was trying to sell his Cadillac and was approached by the B/M suspect. They went for a “test drive” and the B/M suspect then pulled a gun and tried to steal the victim’s car. The victim advised he put a knife to the suspect’s throat and was then shot. The suspect fled the vehicle on foot possibly somewhere near the Sara Sims park area and the victim drove to 200 W. BBB where PD was summoned. The only info provided of the suspect was a B/M in his late teens, clean cut hair wearing a white t-shirt. A search proved negative for any potential suspects. DB and C/S responded and took over the investigation. The victim’s injuries were not life threatening.
  • 11-58037 1720 Hrs 3705 S Federal Hwy Burglary/Business
    Officers responded to Johnny Mango’s in reference to a burglary. The suspect, W/M David Selwyn 10/7/67 had been caught (and detained) by the business manager, while attempting to cut open the safe with a power saw. DBPD initially got the call, responded, and took Selwyn into custody. He was TOT BBPD and then PBCJ with multiple charges.
  • 11-57854 – Burglary Arrest, 2181 NE 1st Ct 0730hrs
    A follow up investigation was conducted by Ofc. Levine regarding this residential burglary that occurred yesterday afternoon. W/M Jonathan Bornstein was questioned and post Miranda confessed to the crime. The residence is occupied by a relative of his and he was searching for monies to support his narcotic addiction. TOT PBCJ
  • 11-57801/11-57809 – Affray, Boynton Beach Mall, 801 N. Congress Ave, 0700hrs
    Units responded to the west side of the mall as a large crowd had gathered to purchase new Nike sneakers made available. Upon arrival the crowd was est. at approx. 400-500 people with no semblance of order noted. BB Mall security and BBPD units attempted to place order amongst the crowd by having them form into an orderly line. Once the stores were ready to sell the shoes a few people were escorted by staff to the respective store to make a purchase. The crowds then became unruly and began pushing towards the front of the line causing patrons to begin to feel crushed. They were ordered to cease and desist however the commands apparently fell on deaf ears. It was determined this strategy was not feasible and the large crowd was ordered to disperse. This made the crowd even more unruly with several patrons verbally expressing their disapproval. Eventually pepper spray was dispersed into the crowd as fights were observed. Two subjects were arrested for resisting and inciting a riot. During the arrest of one of the individuals, a Sgt. sustained injury to his head and elbows. He was TOT BMH for treatment. Both subjects were processed and TOT PBCJ. Once the crowd situation quelled units went back in service.

 

Overnight Incidents for December 13, 2011 - December 19, 2011

 

  • 11-57093 1734 hrs Battery 3200 Old Boynton Rd. (Walmart)
    Customer was arrested for batter on a sales associate after throwing a box of BB pellets and striking the associate in the chest.
  • 11-57096 1812 hrs Burglary delayed 2951 SW 14th Pl (Mega Mini Storage)
    Victim noticed the lock on his storage unit had been replaced and the bracket that the lock was attached to appeared broken.  Further investigation revealed that an unknown suspect(s) removed the original lock, entered the unit and stole various tools and after market vehicle parts. 
  • 11-56937  1701 hrs  Burglary Business 1601 N. Congress Ave. (Pete Rose)
    Upon arriving to work at 1620 hours, witness observed three males (16-20 YOA) standing near the front entrance of the defunct business. The subjects left the area after initial questioning of their presence, which they indicated they had been enjoying the activity of climbing a nearby concrete wall. It wasn’t until afterward that the witness located several boxes of memorabilia from the business near the concrete wall. The business was most likely entered through the Courtyard Marriot kitchen via an unsecured door. The kitchen has an entrance to the business. Total estimated items stolen and recovered is $2800.00.
  • 11-56946 1805 hrs  Possession Cocaine  905 W. Woolbright Rd. (Race Trac)
    B/F, Latoya Small, 03/29/86, arrested for possession of .1 gram of cocaine found in her possession after an investigative stop. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-56975 2101 hrs Possession Marijuana 200 North Congress Ave.
    B/M, Javaris Bartelmy, 09/29/88, arrested for possession of 5.8 grams of marijuana found in his possession after a traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle he was in. NTA.
  • 11-56880 4305 N Congress Ave. Baker Act
    Officers encountered a male on Congress Ave acting in an aggressive manner and clearly agitated.  Male is known to suffer from permanent brain damage/mental illness and is known to be violent.  He was taken into protective custody under Baker Act without incident.
  • 11-56866 2008 So. Federal Hwy Recovered stolen vehicle
    At the site of a previously reported stolen vehicle [BBPD case 11-56861], a stolen/recovered (drop off vehicle) was located in the parking spot next to the missing vehicle.  Recovered at 0840 hrs was a 2001 Dodge Neon, reported stolen out of WPB (owner notified)
  • 11-56861 2008 S. Federal Hwy Stolen vehicle
    Between 2000 (12/16) and 0720 today, a 2002 Gray Dodge Durango was taken.  There was glass at the scene of theft and the Durango had a vanity/specialty tag of: CHASE 94 A Dodge Neon, reported stolen out of WPB was left at the scene.
  • 11-56898 2640 NE 3rd St 2 L&P arrests
    Units responded to a report of a burglary in-progress at 2640 NE 3rd St, upon arrival they found two males fleeing the area on foot; after a brief chase both were arrested: a 17 YOA juvenile, and 18 year-old Jerquian Brown were arrested.  The only appropriate charge to the incident after extensive investigation was a loitering and prowling charge for each.

 

 

Overnight Incidents for December 8, 2011 - December 12, 2011

 

  • 11-56020 1933 Hrs 1104 NW 1st St Recovered Stolen Vehicle 
    A Lo-Jack hit lead to the recovery of a 1996 Toyota Camry reported stolen out of PBSO jurisdiction. No suspect info, removed from N/FCIC.
  • 11-55935   0740 hrs 725 Shore Drive Theft (Auto)
    Victim W/F Sheehan, Marcia reported  sometime between 0200-0800 hrs, someone stole all 4 rims/tires from her 2012 GMC Denali bearing Fl tag# PA393S while it was parked in the driveway of the residence Total Loss  $2,000.00.
  • 11-55937   0841 hrs 641 Shore Drive Theft (Auto)
    Victim Keith, Jonathan reported sometime between 0030-0830 hours, someone stole all 4 rims/tires from his 2011 Silver Ford Edge bearing Florida tag#G711ZV while it was parked in the driveway of the residence.   Total Loss  $4,000.
  • 11-55946   1020 hrs 1475 W. Gateway Blvd (Hampton Inn) Burglary (Auto)
    Victim B/F Bell, Annecia (DOB 01/06/80) reported someone burglarized her white 2007 Toyota Solara Fl tag 186 JVZ sometime between 00:45 and 10:00 hrs this date.  Front windshield smashed along with both mirrors.  Decal also taken.  Total Loss $900.00.  Victim suspects her boyfriend’s estranged wife.
  • 11-55955   1130 hrs 428 NE 14th Ave Vandalism (Resd/Auto)
    Victim B/M Charles, Louis reported hearing loud popping in his back yard.  He later discovered a window to his shed and a passenger side window to his 1995 Toyota Corolla were shattered.  Several small BB’s were located in the area.  No one seen.   Total Loss $350.
  • 11-55921 0102 Hrs 100 NW 10th Ave Poss. Narcotics
    B/M Charles Allen 10/30/55 was found to be in possession of .05 grams of crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia. He was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 11-55679 1747 hours 801 N. Congress Ave. Macy’s Grand Theft
    B/F Johnson, Valencia 02/03/90 was arrested for stealing $321.00 of children’s clothes.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-55694 1813 hours 1634 S. Federal Hwy. Walgreens Bat. Leo/Retail Theft/Resisting
    B/F Feingold, Deirdra 12/28/60 was arrested after she fled from Walgreens after committing a retail theft.  When officers approached her she violently resisted arrest and kicked the officer.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-55704 1815 hours 1500 Corporate Drive Lowe’s Retail Theft
    W/M Gonzalez, Albert 02/25/54 and W/M Carroll, Dean W. 11/24/69 were arrested for stealing $64.00 of copper from Lowe’s.  Released NTA.

 

 

Overnight Incidents for December 7, 2011

 

  • 11-55194   1638 hrs 14105 Mahogany Bay Dr  Burglary (Residence)
    Victim w/f Kristen Volman 12/09/80 reported her apartment burglarized between 0730 and 1630 hrs.  She found the front door unlocked and the living room sliding glass door shattered Taken was a Dell laptop Inspiron.  Total Loss $900.
     
  • 11-55195   1651 hrs 600 Las Palmas Burglary (Auto)
    Victim Luis Zapata reported, between 1400 hrs and 1530 hrs, someone entered his black 1988 GMC Yukon (bearing FL Tag T940GE) via the driver window (which was left lowered approx 3") and removed 448.00 dollars in U.S. Currency, a black wallet and a Gray Coby MP3 Player. Total Loss $448.
     
  • 11-55232   2055 hrs 357 N. Congress Ave Burglary (Auto)
    Victim w/m Eric Griffin 07/12/89 reported between 1930 and 2030hrs, someone broke into his gold 2002 4dr Saturn bearing Fl tag 843PED, by shattering the  passenger front window.   The glove box had been rummaged through,but nothing was taken.  A former employee of the business is suspected.  Total loss $200.
  • 11-552312058 hrs 333 W. Ocean Ave Burglary 
    Victim W/M Kelly, Thomas (DOB 05/06/63)reported between 2200 hrs on 12/05/11 and 0730 hrs on 12/06/11 someone entered the unlocked trunk of his white Chevrolet Silverado bearing Fl Tag N370UH and stole his Mikita circular saw.  Total Loss $150.
  • 11-55240 2125 hrs 500 N. Congress Ave Warrant
    B/F Letresa Shenicka West 09/06/84 was found to have an outstanding warrant.  She was arrested and Tot’d PBCJ.

 

 

Overnight Incidents for December 6, 2011

 

  • 11-55039 1818 hrs   109 E. BBB Burglary (Auto)
    Victim  W/F Pardee, Elisabeth (11/24/1983) reported  someone smashed the passenger side window of her  2005 gold Toyota Highlander, while she was in the store for approximately 2 minutes.  Taken from the vehicle was her black purse (from under the passenger seat) containing $140 cash, 3- credit cards, 1-FL DL / ID, and 2-cell phones.  Total loss $560.

 

 

Overnight Incidents for December 3, 2011 - December 5, 2011

 

  • 11-54900 1947 hrs Strong Arm Robbery 320 NW 2nd St
    Victim stated that as he was attempting to buy drugs (marijuana) from a b/m, the b/m pulled out a gun, placed it to his shoulder and demanded his money. Suspect took victim’s wallet.
  • 11-54933 0319 hrs  Burglary Business 1550 N. Federal Hwy #11
    Officers responded to the business in reference to an alarm. Upon arrival the front entry glass was shattered and the cash register was on the floor.
  • 11-54859  Burglary (Auto) 1322hrs 101 NE 12th Ave
    Two vehicles were burglarized while the owners were attending church services.
  • 11-54862 Retail Theft 1520hrs Macys 801 N. Congress Ave
    Roberto Guerrero and Steven Laborde decided to steal Polo merchandise from Macys, they were caught and arrested.
  • 11-54753 1811 hrs Burglary Residence 19 Southern Cross Cir #208
    As victim walked up to her house she notice that the door was opened and two unknown b/m were standing in front of it.  Upon sight of her, the b/m ran down the stairs and then east. Nothing was taken.
  • 11-54758 1818 hrs Burglary Auto 100 Block of SW 1st Ave
    Victim parked her vehicle at 1815hrs, when she returned to it, she noticed that an unknown suspect shattered the front window and removed a gym bag containing her gym shoes.  After canvassing the area, the bag was located approximately ten feet from the car. Nothing else was missing from the vehicle.
  • 11-54759 1906 hrs Burglary Auto 100 NW 1st Ave.
    Victim parked her vehicle at 1600hrs. When she returned at 1900hrs, an unknown suspect shatters the window and removed her GPS, camera case, charger and USB cable. 
  • 11-54810 0027 hrs Strong Arm Robbery 100 NE 9th Ave. Center)
    Victim was riding her bicycle east bound when she was approached by 2 b/m that she thought she knew.  It wasn’t until she stopped that realized she didn’t.  By then it was too late as one of the b/m pulled out a gun and demanded her bike.  Suspect left the area fleeing east bound.
  • 11-54679 370 Horizons East Theft (bicycle)
    The second similar-type theft in the past two days @ Sterling Village - a silver, men’s 26” Alchemist bicycle was taken from under the stairwell between 1800 (12/2) – 0900 (12/3).
  • 11-54674  221 SE 5 Ave Carjacking
    At 0752 there was a reported carjacking that occurred in the driveway of 221 SE 5 Ave.  The victim gave the suspect a ride out of kindness, and was repaid by being doused with gasoline and threatened with flame if he didn’t turn over all possessions including his 11’ White Chevy Malibu.  As the victim left the vehicle, he felt burning and realized he had been set aflame.  The victim suffered burnt facial hair and burns to his left ear but escaped more serious injuries by taking off his t-shirt which absorbed the majority of the flame.  The victim flagged down an off-duty PBSO deputy on Federal Hwy to report the carjacking.  The vehicle fled northbound from the area.  The vehicle was equipped with On-Star and the system was then activated.  There was an On-Star activation in W. Palm Beach on the system and FHP went in pursuit of the suspect as he fled from the vehicle on foot.  After escaping and a subsequent second carjacking in WPB the suspect was caught.  Detective Moreno responded along with crime scene to further the investigation.
  • 11-54592 1728 hrs Burglary Residence 118 Arthur Court
    Victim stated that he left his home secured at 0730hrs and returned at 1700hrs.  He found that an unknown suspect entered his home and took electronics and jewelry.
  • 11-54611 1859 hrs Burglary Auto 2821 S. Federal Hwy
    Victim stated that sometime between 1500hrs and 1500hrs, an unknown suspect entered his vehicle.
  • 11-54645 2214 hrs Burglary Auto 128 E. Ocean (Civic Center)
    Victim stated that sometime between 2000hrs and 2200hrs, and unknown suspect smashed out the front window of his vehicle. Victim stated that the interior was in disarray but nothing was missing.

 

 

Overnight Incidents for December 2, 2011

 

  • 11-54419   1732 hrs   625 Casa Loma Blvd  Theft
    Victim W/M Jarrach, Richard F. (01/09/76) reported his 20” Red, Black and Blue Trek 4500 Mountain Bicycle stolen between 11/15/11 at 2200hrs and 11/29/11 0730hrs while it had been secured on the second floor of the parking garage. Total loss $750.
  • 11-53412   2159 hrs 1600 N. Seacrest Blvd Fleeing and Eluding
    Willie Sutton dob 01/05/1977, was arrested for fleeing and eluding after coming several traffic violations and refusing to stop for officers.  He was apprehended when he drove to his residence and tried to run inside.  Tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-54358 0026hrs 1900 N. Federal Hwy Possession of Cocaine
    W/m Circle, Elias James (10/28/87) was arrested for possession of crack cocaine and B/m Miller, John T. (01/18/68) for the sale of it to him.  Both subjects were apprehended after a brief foot pursuit (both also charged with R/A without violence.)  They were processed and Tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-54363 0026 hrs  1900 N. Federal Hwy Warrant
    Miller from above case was found to have 2 outstanding warrants for drug possession/sales. Tot’d PBCJ
  • 11-54472 2357hrs 117 NW 3rd Street Warrant
    While investigating a disturbance w/m Anthony Hicks 07/11/73 was found to have an outstanding warrant for FTA. Tot’d PBCJ.

 

Overnight Incidents for November 24, 2011 - November 28, 2011

 

  • 11-53722 1603 hours 650 N. Congress Ave. Target Felony Retail Theft/Resist Merchant
    W/M Rosado, Ralph 07/29/60 was arrested after Target LPO observed him stealing $399.23 worth of electronics and food.  When the LPO attempted to take him into custody he began to violently resist and attempted to punch the LPO.  An off duty PBSO deputy observed this going on and jumped in and helped take Rosado into custody.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-53682 – Theft, 201 E. BBB, Mainstreet Car Wash, 1007hrs
    A w/m suspect stole the employee tip jar containing $141.00 in cash and fled on foot westbound from the business. A search yielded negative in locating him. He is described as wearing a grey baseball hat, white shirt and jeans, short dark hair, unk tattoo on his left elbow.
  • 11-53545 1647 hours 4305 N. Congress Ave. Auto Burglary
    Victim states that sometime between 1600-1645 unknown suspect/s broke her rear passenger window and stole her purse.
  • 11-53548 1724 hours 700 E. Boynton Beach Blvd. Fleeing and Eluding
    Ofc. Munro attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a green Dodge Neon bearing Fl. Tag ADII30 occupied by a B/M and B/F.  Upon activating his emergency equipment the vehicle fled northbound on I-95 at a very high rate of speed.  Ofc. Munro immediately terminated the pursuit.  Contact was made with the registered owner in Palm Springs who stated that he did not own a vehicle like that and that the tax collectors office must have made a mistake assigning that vehicle to him. 
  • 11-53551 1726 hours 801 N. Congress Ave. Macy’s Felony Retail Theft
    B/F’s Waters, Iesha 02/05/91, Jordan, Sequoia 10/05/90, Mack Aceia 08/15/92, and Grimes, Ariel 09/17/92 were arrested for stealing over $300.00 worth of merchandise from Macy’s.  It should be noted that Grimes had her 4 month old baby with her while she shoplifted and used the baby stroller to conceal the merchandise.  All were TOT PBCJ.  Baby turned over to grandmother.  DCF notified.
     
  • 11-53571 1847 hours 1600 N. Federal Hwy. Blessed Hair Supplies Armed Robbery
    Victim’s stated that a B/M 6’02 180 lbs. wearing a black cap, tan polo type shirt, and dark blue jeans entered the business and brandished a small semi-automatic handgun demanding money.  Several victims complied and the suspect fled westbound on NE 15th Ave.  Suspect was not located and of the numerous victims of the alleged robbery only two would cooperate and provide information.
  • 11-53412   2159 hrs 2929 S. Seacrest Blvd Burglary Auto
    B/m Tony Frere reported someone had burglarized his green 2000 Toyota Sienna bearing fl tag #826JHP while parked between 1900 and 2150 hrs.   drivers side front window broken and a black leather purse containing $600 in cash, a black Sony digital camera, a pair of reading glasses and a clarinet instrument were stolen.  The Clarinet was later located in the bushes.  Total loss $2355.
  • 11-53428   1231hrs 4746 N. Congress Ave  Possession of Marijuana
    While investigating a traffic crash, passenger of V1 w/m Jose Rijo 09/09/85 was found to have in plain view and by open admission under 20gms of Marijuana.  He was arrested and released on scene with an NTA.

 

 

Overnight Incidents for November 22, 2011

 

  • 11-52744  1544 hrs 2301 South Congress Ave #1012   Burglary Residence
    W/F Janet Burrough reported between 0820 and 1540 hours, someone entered her residence via her rear sliding glass door.  Taken was an HP Laptop, Misc Yellow gold jewelry and victim’s Social Security card.  A witness stated they observed an unknown b/m in the area that then left in a tan newer model Toyota Camry.  Total loss $3,852.
  • 11-52756 1555hrs 2400 SW 19th Ave #126 Burglary Residence
    W/F Laila Taylor reported between 0730 and 1545 hours someone entered her residence via her front sliding glass door.  Taken were a 46" Sony Bravia TV, Sony Playstation 3, Xbox Kinec, Sony Playstation 2, Toshiba Laptop, Samsung Desk Monitor and Misc video games and movies.  Total loss $6,550.
  • 11-52757 1707 hrs 208 E. MLK Blvd Warrant 
    B/M Joseph Pugh was found to have an outstanding warrant during a call for service in reference to possible drug sales in the area.  He was processed and tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-52782   1935 hrs 500 NW 7th St Robbery (Armed)
    Victim Aaron Franklin reported an unk black male armed with a handgun robbed him of his Goped motorized scooter and Cellular telephone.  He had met with the male to sell the scooter.  Perpetrator fled to an awaiting red older model, Chevy Impala, (unk tag) driven by another unk b/m.  Total loss $255.

 

Overnight Incidents for November 18, 2011 - November 21, 2011

  • 11-52546 200 Knuth Rd Burglary-auto
    Forced entry to a Honda (broke out rear window)
  • 11-52552  801 No. Congress Ave Burglary-auto
    Chevy Impala; a .38 cal Smith and Wessen Model 642 was taken.
  • 11-52554 219 NE 7th Ave Burglary-residential
    On 11-18-11 between 8 pm and 11-19-11 at 10pm, unknown suspect(s) had entered the residence via the forced sliding glass door, gained entry into the attic via an opening in the ceiling in the northeast bedroom closet, and proceeded to cut the copper plumbing piping which runs throughout the attic of the home.  Additionally, due to the fact the copper piping was cut, water was flowing freely throughout the ceiling causing substantial damage to the home. At 2315 on 11/19/11 and 0949 hours today, a second forced entry to the same rear sliding door revealed a white Kenmore refrigerator had been removed from the kitchen.
  • 11-52403 1027hrs   Burglary Structure 121 NW 8th Ave
    Complainant advised that unknown suspect(s) stole the compressors and copper tubing from three (3) air conditioning units which were in a fenced in area on the side of the church.
  • 11-52301 1621 hrs GTA Attempt 2180 Hypoluxo Rd
    Victim parked his vehicle (00, red, Acura, FL/836NQG) in the parking lot (Hamlin Place) at around 1000hrs.  When he returned at around 1600hrs, he noticed that the steering column had been tampered with (ripped off).  Further investigation revealed that an unknown suspect(s) gained entry via the passenger side window by pulling out the weather stripping.  Victim stated that the vehicle is equipped with additional features to prevent the car from starting.  After inventorying the inside, victim noticed his Kenneth Cole wallet, three bank cards, social security card, registration information and a pair of Gucci sunglasses was missing. Total estimated loss $400.
  • 11-52339 2348 hrs Burglary Auto 2290 N. Congress Ave
    Victim stated that he parked his vehicle (2004, Ford Mustang, FL/A324CA) in the parking lot (LA Fitness) at around 2000hrs.  When he returned around 2141hrs he noticed that the center console and glove box were open and their contents scattered on the front seats.  Victim opened the now damaged driver’s side key hole to inspect the interior of the vehicle and found that his cell phone charger was stolen and the decal from his license plate was removed.  Total estimated loss $95.
  • 11-52341 2156 hrs Vandalism Auto 450 SW 3rd Ave Victim stated that she parked her vehicle (1984, Cadillac, FL/379NZS) in the driveway at around 2145hrs. When she returned at approximately ten minutes later, she found the front windshield shattered.  The vehicle was secured and nothing was taken.

Overnight Incidents for November 17, 2011

  • 11-51972 1752 hours 704 North Rd. Aggravated Assault
    B/M Roberts Jr., Eddie L. 01/06/58 was arrested after investigation revealed that he threatened to shoot the victim after the victim yelled at him for speeding through the neighborhood.  No gun was located but the victim stated that as the suspect stated he was going to shoot him he was reaching underneath the seat of his vehicle putting him in fear for his life. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-51992 1934 hours 400 NE 15th Ave. Poss. Of Paraphernalia
    W/F Grossman, Jodie B. 09/14/66 was arrested after a citizen called in a reckless driver.  Upon locating Grossman she was inside her vehicle stopped on the side of the road.  In plain view a crack pipe was located on the front passenger seat.  TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for November 16, 2011

  • 11-51798 1715 hrs  Burglary 200 S.W. 3rd Ave
    Victim stated she left her home this morning and returned around 1700hrs.  Upon arrival she noticed that the front door unlocked and the glass panel next to the door was broken.  Victim further inspected the home and discovered the rear sliding door open.  All of the bedrooms were ransacked.
  • 11-51806 1741 hrs Burglary Auto 8236 White Rock Cir
    Victim stated he parked his vehicle in the driveway on 11/14/11 at 2200hrs.  When he returned today at 0600hrs, he found that an unknown suspect(s) entered his vehicle and removed coins.  Further inspection of the vehicle revealed damage to the passenger’s side door.
  • 11-51861 0330 hrs GTA 100 Via Lugano Cir #105
    Victim stated that they parked their vehicle the parking lot today (11/15/11) at 1800hrs.  When he returned (11/16/11 at 0330) the vehicle was gone.
      

Overnight Incidents for November 15, 2011

  • 11-51658 1841  GTA 101 N. Federal Hwy
    Victim stated that on 11/13/11 at around 1500hrs, she parker her vehicle (2007, red Dodge Charger) in the store’s parking lot and went inside.  When she came out just a few minutes later, her vehicle was gone.  Victim did not call police until she went home (Boca Raton), but was advised that she needed to make the report where the incident occurred.  Victim was still in possession of the keys.
  • 11-51677 2055 hrs Burglary Auto  2290 N. Congress Ave
    Victim stated that at around 2010hrs, she arrived and parked her vehicle (2005, Mazda) in the parking lot of LA Fitness.  Victim locked the doors and entered the building.  Around forty five minutes later, she returned and noticed that the rear driver’s side window was broke by an unknown suspect(s).  Items taken were a Guess tote bag containing contact lenses and a pair of Ralph Lauren eye glasses.
  • 11-51704 0051 hrs  GTA SW 6th ST & Ocean Dr.
    Units responded to the area in reference to a vehicle (black, Ford F350) on with its tires removed and on bricks.  Vehicle was found to be stolen out of PBSO jurisdiction.

Overnight Incidents for November 11, 2011 - November 14, 2011

  • 11-51529 2301 hrs 373 N. Congress Ave (Old Navy) Possession of Drugs 
    W/F Amy Nesta and W/M Frank Castera were arrested for possession of crack cocaine, paraphernalia and Oxycodone, Their vehicle was taken for felony forfeiture.  They were processed and tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-51436 – Burglary Auto, 8324 Bermuda Sound Way, 0851hrs
    Between 1600-1650hrs unknown suspects entered the victim’s unsecured ’01 BMW Fl Tag I503NU stealing their cell phone valued at $125.
  • 11-51343 1715 hrs 948 Greenbriar Drive Loitering & Prowling & Possession Cocaine/Marijuana
    B/M Thierry Toussaint 01/25/75 and w/m Krishna Sookran 08/15/84 were arrested for L&P, Sookran was found to be in possession of crack cocaine and marijuana and charged accordingly with intent to sell.  He was Tot’d PBCJ and Toussaint released with an NTA.
  • 11-51374 2043 hrs 801 N. Congress Ave GTA
    W/M VanCamp, David (01/28/1969)reported his Blue 2003 Volvo XC90 SUV bearing FL S751PT was stolen from the south parking lot of Macy’s between 1730 and 2030 hours.
  • 11051278 07:51hrs Burglary Auto 2131 NW 1St Street
    Victim advised forced entry was made into her 2001 Black ford Ranger. Nothing appears to be missing at this time. Crime scene negative.
  • 11051295 11:02 hrs Shoplifting /Trespass Warning 130 E MLK
    Arrested: B/M Darron Clemons DOB 1-31-86. Owner of Quick Stop observed Clemons conceal two shirts and food items under his shirt. Clemons exited the store without any attempt to purchase items. Clemons was recorded on store video.  Trespass warning issued on scene. Clemons was transported to P.D. and released with a NTA without incident.
  • 11-51036  1850 hrs Burglary Residence 2501 Venetian Ct.
    Victim reported someone forcefully entered the residence through a sliding glass door between 1030 and 1845 hours and removed jewelry, cash, and I-Mac Laptop from a safe. Approximate loss is $54,350.
  • 11-51053  2042 hrs Stolen Auto 830 N. Congress Ave. (Rotelli Pizza)
    Victim reported white 1994 Honda Civic with FL tag # 431NRM stolen from parking lot between 1700 and 2040 hours.
      

Overnight Incidents for November 10, 2011

  • 11-50831 1736 hrs  Burglary Auto 1402 Copley Ct
    Victim stated that on 11/08/11 at 1600hrs, he parked his vehicle in the parking lot.  When he went back to the vehicle (on 11/09/11) at 0700hrs, he noticed that an unknown suspect(s) enter his vehicle and removed a digital camera and his wallet containing cash, his DL and several credit cards.
  • 11-50846 1755 hrs Burglary Auto  316 SE 1st Street
    Victim stated that sometime between 11/08/11 at 2230hrsa and 11/09/11 at 0730hrs, an unknown suspect(s) entered his vehicle and removed his GPS from his dash board.  Further inspection of the vehicle revealed his computer with software installed in it and his calculator was taken from the trunk.
  • 11-50899 0319 hrs Burglary Auto 101 W. Woolbright
    Victim stated that he was approached by two suspects (b/m and b/f) in the parking lot who tried to sell him drugs.  He declined but offered to buy them a cup of coffee instead.  Both suspects followed the victim inside of the store. However, while he was purchasing the coffee for the male half, the female exited the store, entered the victim’s car and removed cash.
      

Overnight Incidents for November 4, 2011 - November 7, 2011

  • 11-50418 2343 hrs Warrant 
    W/M Martinez, Adrian d.o.b. 01-04-85
  • 11-50420 2350 hrs Warrant 
    B/M Exalus, Daniel d.o.b. 11-30-84
  • 11-50322  0826hrs Stolen Auto 405 SW 2nd St
    Victim stated that their 1997 Chrysler Sebring bearing Fl tag I895NU was stolen from their yard sometime between 0400 and 0800 hrs this date.
  • 11-50061 1745 hrs  Burglary Delayed 8212 White Rock Cir Victim stated that she left her home today at 0730hrs, when she returned at 1630hrs, all appeared normal.  It wasn’t until she walked up stairs at 1730hrs that she discovered that her home had been burglarized.
  • 11-50122 0010 hrs Theft Delayed 3001 S. Congress Ave (Manor Care)
    Victim stated that at 1500hrs, she parked her vehicle in the parking lot facing east.  When she returned to her vehicle at 2300hrs and started it up, she noticed the sound of the exhaust was very loud.  An unknown suspect(s) cut and removed her catalytic converter without her permission.

Overnight Incidents for Oct. 28, 2011 0 Oct. 31, 2011

  • 11-49237 2033 hrs DUI  217 N. Seacrest Blvd
    w/f Patricia Kudis was arrested for DUI after being stopped for driving westbound in the eastbound lanes on E. BBB.
  • 11-49255  2235 hrs Burglary Business  500 NE 21st Ave  Veterans of Foreign War
    Officers responded in reference to an alarm and  observed the front door to the business smashed open. A check of the interior revealed negative results for any suspects or any property missing.  Approx $700 loss.
  • 11-49154 – Burglary Auto, 1135 SW 27th Ave, 0551hrs
    Victim advises they observed two B/M suspects enter their unsecured ’11 Ford Fusion Fl Tag E738EZ while parked in their driveway. Stolen was the victim’s cell phone charger. Suspects described as 16-18yoa, one wearing white shorts and a dark jacket, the other wearing black shorts and a white shirt. An extensive search of the area by multiple units yielded negative in locating anyone.
  • 11-49196 – Burglary, 515 NE 3rd ST, 1348hrs
    Between 1900hrs 10-29-11 and 1330hrs today unknown suspects entered the Church and stole approx. $3500.00 in electronic equipment. Unknown point of entry and C/S was negative.
  • 11-49184 – Burglary Auto, 2861 S. Seacrest Blvd, 1158hrs
    Between 2200hrs last night and 1145hrs today unknown suspects entered the victim’s ’02 Chevy Trail Blazer Fl Tag 614 NZV (possibly unsecured) stealing their wallet ($220.00 est loss). C/S negative.
  • 11-49078 1712 hours 801 N. Congress Ave. Auto Burglary
    Victim states that she parked and locked her vehicle in the parking lot of the mall around 1300 hours.  Upon returning to her vehicle at 1500 hours she noticed that her driver’s door lock was punched and her Coach purse was missing.  The purse was later recovered near the area of Cinemark.
  • 11-49090 1833 hours 134 NW 10th Ave. Agg. Battery
    Victim B/F Melissa Thomas reports that B/F only known to her as Laquita Garcia cut her with a knife during an argument.  It was also alleged that Garcia cut a tire on vehicle at the residence.  Garcia was gone and there was no record for Laquita Garcia.
  • 11-49097 1948 900 S. Congress Ave.  Traffic Crash/DUI
    Officers responded to the above area in reference to a vehicle vs. a house crash.  Upon arrival it was determined that a vehicle traveling northbound on Congress struck the rear of vehicle on the roadway and then veered off the road through the bushes and crashed into a house in Leisureville.  Minor injuries reported.  Driver TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-49103 2034 hours Savanah Lakes Dr./Gateway Blvd. Hit and Run/Assault PO
    H/M Matias-Pedro, Alfredo 10/28/91 was arrested after being involved in a hit and run with property damage and after Ofc. Murphy learned he had no driver’s license.  While taking Alfredo into custody he attempted to head-butt Ofc. Murphy but missed.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-49118 2228 hours 2821 S. Federal Hwy. Stolen Vehicle
    Victim states that an unknown B/M that he only knows because he gave him ride to the store once came to his room and stole the keys to his 04 Pont. Grand Prix 4dr. green in color bearing Ohio tag FCC8765 and then stole the vehicle.  Victim could not provide any further.  Veh entered into FCIC/NCIC.
  • 11-49010 – Narcotics Arrest, 217 N. Fed. Hwy 0720hrs
    Investigation revealed w/m Andres Negron DOB 07-22-67 to be in possession of 1.3gms “Crack” cocaine and paraphernalia. He was TOT PBCJ.

Overnght Incidents for Oct. 25, 2011

  • 11-48353 2116 hours 1775 N. Congress Ave. 24 Hour Fitness
    Victim states she parked and locked her vehicle leaving her purse on the front seat.  Upon returning to her vehicle the passenger side window was smashed out and her purse was missing.  Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-48355 2150 hours 1645 Renaissance Commons Blvd. Hit and Run/Poss. Sig 57
    B/M Foster, Stanley L. 08/06/84 was arrested after investigation revealed that he crashed his girlfriends Audi into a lake in Ren. Commons and then fled across Congress Ave. to Florida Career College where he was taken into custody.  Search incident to arrest 1.1 grams of marijuana was located on his person and 7.2 grams of crack cocaine were located in the vehicle.  Foster was TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for Oct. 20, 2011 - Oct. 24, 2011

  • 11-48172 1854 hrs Warrant 400 NE 1st Street 
    B/M Darden, Alvin d.o.b. 10-06-64
  • 11-48202 2246 hrs  Burglary Auto 389 Winchester Park Blvd
    Victim stated that she parked her vehicle in the parking lot at her job at around 1545hrs.  It wasn’t until she left work at around 2310hrs that she noticed trouble placing the key into the driver’s side key hole.  A close inspection revealed that the door had been tampered with and her purse containing a camera, cash, two cell phones credit cards and identification, was missing from the rear passenger side floor board.
  • 11-48135  1130 hrs Burglary Auto 1475 SW 8th Street
    Victim advised that he parked his 94 Ford Pickup on the north side of Cracker Barrel at 1030 hours and returned back at 1130 hours to find unknown person(s) pried the driver’s side lock and removed a laptop computer from inside along with a bottle of cologne.  Estimated loss $763.00.  Crime scene negative.
  • 11-48092 0213 hrs Burglary 160 N. Palm Dr.
    Victim stated that she left her home at 2030hrs. When she returned at 0215hrs, she noticed her front door wide open. Taken from the home were two flat screen televisions.
  • 11-47934 I-95 2200 block North BBPD cruiser crash
    On his way in to work, a BBPD officer was involved in a single car collision at approx. 0427 hrs this AM.  He did not sustain any injuries. He was travelling southbound on I95 in the 2200 block N. when he encountered a Silver 2010 PT Cruiser travelling northbound in the southbound lane of I-95.  A FHP vehicle was in front of our officer and swerved to the right, our officer did the same unfortunately he was not able to tactfully avoid the wall of the Gateway exit ramp. His car 4711 was towed to city shop with significant damage.  FHP chased down the PT Cruiser (All the way up to 6th Ave North) and arrested the female driver for DUI.  FHP is handling the crash report (82271226).   The PT Cruiser was found to have entered the southbound exit ramp to SB I-95 at BB BLVD and traveled north.
  • 11-47952 805 SW 7th Ave Cat-type burglary
    Victim heard her home alarm go off and her alarm company had called her at 3 AM.  Victim stated her alarm company told her that her back door was displaying an intrusion alarm and to check her door.  Victim stated when she had checked her back door, she discovered her door closed and told the alarm company that it must have been a false alarm and went back to bed.  Victim stated when she woke up at approximately 0918hrs today; she took her dog outside for a walk and observed her rear window screen removed; she then checked the interior and found her HP laptop ($900) missing.  The time frame established is between 2200-0918 hrs however the alarm activated at 0300 hrs.
  • 11-47954  814 SW 7th Ave Cat-type burglary
    Same time frame as above (also a rear porch entry) to an open bathroom window.  Unknown if entry to the interior of the house was made, but the items on the enclosed porch were rifled through and unknown items taken.
  • 11-47958 810 SW 7th Ave Attempt burglary
    The third in a row on SW 7th Ave was an attempted burglary as no entry was made.  No suspects seen in any of the three and CST Eichorst responded for crime scene.
  • 11-47894 2215 hrs Burglary  2303 S. Federal Hwy
    Victim stated that she left her home today around 1200hrs. When she returned around 2200hrs, she found the front door ajar.  Further check of her home revealed that an unknown suspect shattered out the rear bedroom window to gain entry.
  • 11-47903 2229 hrs Burglary 131 NW 3rd Ave Victim stated that her daughter was the last person to leave the home today around 1630hrs.  When her and her daughter returned to the home at 2200hrs, they found the back door slightly opened.  A check of the home revealed that an unknown suspect(s) entered the home and removed a laptop, book bag and a change purse containing coins and bills. Witness advised that at around 1700hrs, he observed two b/m juveniles in the back yard.

Overnight Incidents for Oct. 19, 2011

  • 11-47420  1895 N. Congress Ave  Org Scheme to Defraud/Poss Schd IV 1948hr
    Niesha Tilman confessed to taking 6 bottles of xanax (600 tablets) over the course of her employment.  t.o.t. PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for Oct. 18, 2011

  • 11-47261 208 S. Seacrest Blvd (Library) RA/Trespass 1815hrs
    b/f Mary Goldman arrested after refusing to leave the Library.  Goldman resisted Officer Schoenfeld.  NTA issued.
      

Overnight Incidents for Oct. 15, 2011 - Oct. 17, 2011

  • 11-47160 0100 3123 Waterside Circle CAT Burglary 
    Victim states that unknown suspect/s slashed the window to his Jeep Wrangler and stole the garage door opener.  Upon doing so the suspect opened the garage and entered the residence.  Once inside it appears that the suspect located the keys to another vehicle that belonged to the victim and was attempting to steal them.  One victim woke up and the suspect left the residence.  Victim did not get a description of the suspect just saw shadows.  Crime was called out to process the scene.
  • 11047066 05:38 hrs Cat Burglary  903 SW 28th Ave.
    Victim advised that she waited ten minutes, after observing an unknown male dressed in all black walking down the hallway of her residence. All patrol units were sent to the residence and officers had negative contact with any person in the area. Crime scene responded. Entry was through a bedroom window. Taken was a 17 “laptop valued at $200.00 dollars. Detective bureau notified.
  • 11-46817 1605 hours 1900 N. Seacrest Blvd. Warrant Arrest 
    During a traffic stop it was learned that one of the passengers W/M Philips, Jordan R. 09/26/86 had four FTA warrants for drug possession out of Broward County.  The warrants were confirmed and he was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-46671  Auto Theft  106 NE 11 Ave 1706hrs
    Victim reported her ’93 Silver Toyota Corolla FL 878NZN stolen on 09-25-11.  Victim was in Haiti (reason for delay in reporting).

Overnight Incidents for October 6, 2011 - October 10, 2011

  • 11-46071 1834 hrs Burglary Residence 211 NE 21st Ave
    Between 10-5-11 and today suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vacant residence through an unsecured sliding glass door. Once inside they stole the hot water heater and the AC compressor. Total value of stolen property was estimated at $2300. Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-46072 1832 hrs Burglary Auto 803 S Monterey Cir
    Between 2200 hrs 10-8-11 and this date suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s unsecured vehicle and stole her purse. Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-045998  0500 hrs Aggravated Battery  1780 Stonehaven Dr #4
    Victim was struck multiple times on and about his head with a barbell by an acquaintance, during an argument while they were consuming large quantities of beer.  The battery occurred at the victim’s residence.
  • 11-046010 0849 hrs Criminal Mischief 544 E. Gateway Blvd  
    Officers responded to a report of a broken window.  No entry made, it was determined that the damage occurred sometime over night.
  • 11-046014 0852 hrs Theft / Fraudulent Use of Credit Card 3127 Fernwood Dr
    Victim advised that his wallet was stolen from his residence while he had people over for a party.  The credit cards were fraudulently used during the evening.
  • 11-046020  1004 hrs  Criminal Mischief  1935 S. Federal Hwy
    Victim advised that the deriver side window and front windshield of their Dodge Caravan were broken while the vehicle was parked in the parking lot.
  • 11-45960 Burglary 175 SE 28th Avenue 2222hrs
    Victim reports between approx. 1500hrs and 2200 hrs unk persons entered her residence and removed various items of jewelry, a tv and us currency.  Crime Scene positive for latents.
  • 11-045869 1013 hrs Burglary (Occupied Dwelling) 13 Southern Cross Cir
    Victim awoke to an unknown male sleeping on the floor inside his apartment.  Victim was able to talk the suspect into stepping outside the apartment and he was able to lock the suspect outside.  The suspect began aggressively banging on the door causing dents.  Upon BBPD arrival the suspect was taken into custody and a key from inside the victim’s apartment was located on his person.  Suspect was identified as B/M Wikenson Pandol, he was processed and TOT’d PBSO main jail.
  • 11-45797 2002  Burglary Auto 2800 High Ridge Rd. (Tri-Rail)
    Victim parked their 1995 Toyota 4-Runner in the parking lot at 0640 hours and returned at 1820 hours to discover the catalytic converter stolen from the vehicle as he attempted to drive it. No suspect information.
  • 11-45816 2145 Burglary Auto 2716 Yale Ln. Victim’s vehicle was in the process of being burglarized in the parking lot by a B/M when the victim’s boyfriend discovered the incident and scared the suspect away. The suspect was described as 6-01 to 6-03 in height, early 20’s, thin build, short cropped hair, wearing a white t-shirt and dark colored pants. The suspect fled the area riding a silver beach cruiser bicycle. Nothing missing from the vehicle.
      

Overnight Incidents for October 5, 2011

  • 11-45253 1722 hrs Loitering and Prowling 501 W. Ocean Ave
    Officer responded in reference to a burglary in progress. Contact was made with a suspect who had admitted to entering the vacant property without permission from the owner.
  • 11-45310 2217 hrs Burglary Auto 4798 N. Congress Ave
    Victim stated that after entering the business to pay for gas, an unknown suspect(s) entered his vehicle and removed his Apple IPhone from the center console through the front windows he left open.  Victim stated that he observed a unknown w/m reach into his vehicle and quickly return to his own vehicle. The suspect vehicle left the area traveling East on Hypoluxo Rd.

Overnight Incidents for October 4, 2011

  • 11-45118 1553 hrs  Grand Theft 510 W. Industrial Ave.  
    Victim reported two black males arrived in an unknown black vehicle on 10/01/11 at approximately 0031 hours and removed five leaf springs, a heavy duty starter, and a pedestal from the property.
  • 11-45128 1621 hrs  Burglary Auto 2701 Quantum Blvd.)
    Victim reported unknown person entered their unsecured vehicle between 1615 and 1620 hours and removed a purse containing a cell phone, cash, and miscellaneous credit cards.
  • 11-45131 1630 hrs Burglary 228 NE 11th Ave
    Victim stated that sometime between 0840 and 1640hrs an unknown suspect(s) enter her home and took a 62 inch flat screen television, jewelry and clothes.
  • 11-45133 1658 hrs Burglary 4 Las Sendas
    Victim stated that sometime between 09/28 and 10/12/11, an unknown suspect(s) entered his house and took a 42 inch flat screen television.
  • 11-45155 1852 hrs  Burglary Auto 3452 W. Boynton Beach Blvd (Go Medical Center)
    Victim stated that sometime between 1000 and 18090hrs, an unknown suspect(s) entered his vehicle by smashing out the passenger side rear window. Nothing was taken.
      

Overnight Incidents for September 29, 2011 - October 3, 2011

  • 11-44981 1718 hours 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd. Disorderly Intox
    W/F Horvath, Barbara 11/27/59 arrested for above charge after she was found walking in traffic and then in the parking lot of KFC screaming and cursing offending the surrounding public.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-45016 2245 hours 2700 N Federal Hwy.  Theft of Bicycle
    Victim observed a thin W/M wearing a white t-shirt and jeans with a bandana on his head steal her green Trek mountain bike valued at $450.00.  LSH southbound of Federal Hwy.
  • 11-44915 – Theft, 168 Lake Monterey Circle, 0446hrs
    Taxi fare evasion worth $95.00. Fare refused to pay and entered their house. Photo line up to be conducted at a later date, charges pending.
  • 11-44935 – Burglary Auto, 2211 SE 3rd St, 0928hrs
    Comcast work truck, while conducting business inside the residence the victim’s white ’11 Ford Ranger Fl Tag AQUQ66 was burglarized in which suspects stole approx $1905.00 in tools and equipment, C/S negative.
  • 11-44939 – Grand Theft, Target, 650 N. Congress Ave, 1034hrs
    B/M Aaron Shannon DOB 1-29-82 stole approx $500.00 worth of electronic equipment from the store. He subsequently resisted arrest and was eventually placed into custody after being tased by Ofc. Felitti. All of the crimes committed by Shannon were in front of his 3yoa daughter. He was cleared at BMH, additionally charged w/ R/A w/out, Child Abuse and Contributing to the Delinquency of the Child and TOT PBCJ
  • 11-44725 2130 hrs Disturbance 1901 N. Seacrest Blvd
    Officers responded to Ezell Hester in reference to a fight in the parking lot during a football game. Three subjects were arrested and trespass warned from the property. All were released with NTA’s.
  • 11-44750 0036 hrs Uttering counterfeit bills 4746 N. Congress Ave (Duffy’s)
    Suspect passed three counterfeit $20.00 bills at the restaurant, but left his personal information with staff on a membership card request form. Charges pending positive ID.

Overnight Incidents for September 28, 2011

  • 11-44241 1858 hrs Retail Theft  801 N. Congress Ave (Victoria’s Secret)
    Manager of Victoria’s Secret reported that between 1730 hours and 1830 hours this date, an unknown person(s) stole an estimated 100 pair of women's under garments - ($8.50 each) - Total value $850.00.  Case pending further investigation.
  • 11-44276  0101 hrs Attempted Armed Robbery 217 N. Federal Hwy (Chevron)
    Clerk at Chevron called 911 reporting he was watching 2 b/m’s to the rear of his store putting on masks and that it appeared they had something in their hands.  Fearing he was about to be robbed he locked the front door just seconds before the subjects approached the business door with what he described as big guns.  Responding units arrived within seconds and saw 2 b/m’s fleeing the area westbound towards the FEC railroad tracks.  A perimeter was quickly established and K-9 Officer Adams and Kaos began a track west and south leading them to a 4 apartment residence at the corner of W. Ocean Ave & NE 3rd Street.  (401 W. Ocean Avenue) 2 b/m’s were discovered at this location within the screened in front porch.   Both Subjects were arrested, processed and Tot’d PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for September 27, 2011

  • 11-44058 1556 hrs Retail Theft  801 N. Congress Ave (JC Penney)
    3 b/f’s were arrested for concealing $345.00 worth of merchandise collectively.  They were processed and tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-44076 1823 hrs Burglary Residence 174 Executive Circle
    Victim Ariel Wallace reported sometime between 1500 and 1730 hours someone had entered her residence through the house’s sliding glass doors and stole jewelry and 3 laptop computers. No sign of forced entry, Crime scene responded and processed the scene. One serial # was available (entered FCIC/NCIC) Total estimated cost $12,500.00.
  • 11-44088 1930 hrs Burglary Residence 329 E. Gateway Blvd
    Victim Ana Medina reported that sometime between 0700 and 1830hrs someone entered her home, went through some dresser drawers and removed 1 Timex wristwatch ($100.00 value) - no sign of forced entry and unable to determine point of entry.  Crime scene negative.  
  • 11-44121 0038 hrs Burglary Auto 480 W. BBB (Holiday Inn Express)
    Victim Brent Garland had his vehicle White 2008 Ford, bearing FL tag H91 DAF  burglarized while in the parking lot of the hotel between 2100 and 2355 hrs. (Driver’s side window broken out).  Hotel security noticed a red Ford truck and another white Ford vehicle occupied by w/m and w/f (white Ford) Hispanic male (red Ford).  Upon inquiry, by security, both vehicles sped off.  Nothing appeared to be missing at this time, but the vehicle had been rummaged through.
  • 11-44118 0016 hrs Warrant 1901 N. Seacrest Blvd
    B/M Isadore Reed was found to have an outstanding felony warrant.  He was arrested, processed and tot’d PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for September 24, 2011 - September 26, 2011

  • 11-43931 1805hrs Warrant x 2   509 E. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    Contact was made with a w/f who was found to have active warrants out of Seminole County.
  • 11-43946 2010hrs Burglary to Auto 426 NW 1st Ave
    Victim advised that he parked his unlocked cab in front of his house today at 2000hrs.  Victim stated that when he returned to the vehicle at 2008hrs, he noticed that an unknown suspect had entered his vehicle and removed his GPS from its stand located on the dashboard.
  • 11-43874  2408 SW 4th St Burglary-Auto
    Between 2300-0800 a 05’ Mazda van was entered via unsecured door.  A cosmetic bag and a cell phone was taken.
  • 11-43884  314 NW 10th Ave  Stolen Vehicle
    Stolen from in front of residence between 1000 and 1030 AM, a 91 light blue Honda Civic hatchback [Bearing Fla J200DX]
  • 11-43780 1951hrs  Strong Arm Robbery SW7th Ave and SW 2nd St.
    Victim stated that while walking westbound in the 200 block of SW 7th Ave, a unknown b/m hit her on top of her head from behind, knocking her to the ground.  While on the ground, the suspect was pulling at her purse while hitting her several times on her body.  Unable to get the purse, the suspect ran northbound on SW 2nd St.  Victim sustained a large lump on the top right rear portion of her head.
  • 11-43689 2500 So. Congress Ave Grand Theft
    Ofc Sohn conducted a traffic stop on a suspicious vehicle, a 19 foot, white, Ford box truck driving from behind the closed business of 125 NW 13 Terr., Boynton Self Storage.  After a lawful investigative stop and getting a signed consent to search, the truck was searched and there were six (6) bails of card board discovered inside.  These bails generally are a high dollar items and are not considered trash.  Through investigation, It was determined that Three of the bails belonged to Publix Supermarket located at 4753 N. Congress Ave. and the other to The Home Depot store #6361 which is located at Lantana Road and Jog Road.  Each bail has a value between $200-$250 dollars.  Suspects (out of Miami) were arrested for grand theft, and the box truck held for forfeiture.
  • 11-43697  3060 N. Seacrest Battery LEO Arrest
    Julian Gonzalez was under investigation for battery on his wife when he made threats in the presence of LEO’s.  He then resisted arrest during handcuffing.  Gonzalez battered Ofc Naulty (no injuries) Gonzalez charged with Battery Law Enforcement Officer.
  • 11-43722 801 N. Congress Ave.  Child neglect arrest
    Mother of a 4 year-old girl was arrested for child neglect for leaving the child in the play area for over 45 minutes.  Marie Jordonne 32 was arrested for child neglect; DCF notified.

Overnight Incidents for September 23, 2011

  • 11-43466 1628 hours 2321 NW 1st St. Burglary Residence
    Victim states sometime between 0800-1500 unknown suspect/s entered the residence via an unlocked door removing a gold chain and x-box.  Crime scene is negative.
  • 11-43496 2138 hours 1500 N. Seacrest Blvd. Poss. Of Marijuana under 20g
    B/M Tyson, Shaka 11/06/88 was arrested after he was stopped for not having a headlight on his bicycle.  Tyson openly admitted to have a small bag of marijuana in his possession.
  • 11-43498 2148 hours 2000 N. Seacrest Blvd. Fail to Stop Ofc. Viscome attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a white Toyota Solara bearing Fl. Temp tag APU2437.  After activating his emergency equipment the vehicle entered I-95 northbound and began driving recklessly.  Ofc. Viscome discontinued any attempts to stop the vehicle and returned to the city.  Attempts to contact the owner at the residence in Delray Beach resulted in negative results.
  • 11-43499 2148 119 N. Congress Ave. Disorderly Conduct/CCW/Resisting W/O
    W/M Burns, Jonathan L. 08/29/53 was arrested after he was located passed out on the sidewalk in front of the business.  Upon waking Burns he became belligerent and became disorderly.  He refused to comply with being handcuffed and was charged with resisting.  Search incident to arrest located a large knife in his possession.  TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for September 21, 2011

  • 11-43172 2112 hrs  Burglary Attempt  2317 N. Congress Ave #22
    Victim stated that sometime between 1800 and 1900hrs, an unknown suspect, tampered with the lock to his front door in an attempt to gain access to the interior.  Entry was not made, however, damage to the door and frame was estimated to be around $300.

Overnight Incidents for September 19, 2011

  • 11-42837 1724 hours 9818 Nickels Blvd. Burglary
    Victim stated she received a call from her neighbor W/F Miller, Mary K. 10/04/67 asking her to go to the store.  Victim stated she was already out and could not go.  When victim arrived home she noticed that some medication was missing.  A review of her surveillance video showed Miller entering the residence and taking the medication.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-42842 1818 hours 201 Meadows Dr. Simple Battery
    W/M Valasquez, Mario E. 04/02/88 was arrested after investigation revealed that he punched the victim in the face after the victim yelled at him for speeding through the area.  Released with an NTA.
  • 11-42863 2035 hours 1000 NE 2nd St. DWLS/Poss. Of Marijuana under 20 grams
    B/M Foster, Deron D. 10/02/90 was arrested for the above charges after a traffic stop.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-42877 2251 hours 54 Misty Meadows Dr. Delayed Burglary
    Victim advised he left the house at approximately 1900 hours and returned at 2250 hours to find the house burglarized.  Entry appears to be through the rear sliding door.  Taken was misc. jewelry, a couple TVs, printer and DVD player.  Crime Scene responded to the scene.

Overnight Incidents for September 8, 2011

  • 11-41191  1644hrs  Burglary Business 127 E Woolbright Rd
    W/M Arthur Riordan age 57 entered Colonial Animal Hospital advising he had a gun and proceeded to batter employee’s threatening to kill them all.  Riordan had previously been trespassed from the property as staff has had an ongoing problem with Riordan or a previous pet.  Riordan was taken into custody and TOT to PBCJ.
  • 11-41246  0114hrs Possession of Stolen Property 1300 W Boynton Bch Blvd
    Units responded to 7-11 reference a white male attempting to purchase beer with an FL DL that did not belong to him.  Officer Ryan located W/M Daniel Nadal DOB 03/28/85 at Cross Creek Plaza who was in possession of someone else’s FL DL and Credit Card.  It was found that the items were removed from the victim’s vehicle reference case #11-41251.  Nadal was TOT to PBCJ.
  • 11-41251  0153 hrs  Burglary Auto 823 W Ocean Avenue
    Victim advised that his wallet containing his FL DL and credit card were taken from inside his unsecure vehicle.

Overnight Incidents for September 6, 2011

  • 11-40878 1651 hrs Burglary Residence 1120 New Lake Dr.
    Unknown person entered the residence by kicking the front door open between 0730 and 1640 hours and rummaging through the residence. Nothing reported stolen at this time.
  • 11-40805 1634 S. Fed Hwy. Burglary-business
    From Bravo shift:  At 0345 hrs, while a female engaged the clerk (distraction), the b/m went to the front of the store. A check of the video after the fact showed that the b/m suspect jumped behind the counter and using a large bag, began raking cartons of cigarettes off shelves into the bag. The black male was crawling on the floor and attempting to conceal himself.  Both suspects then left the store and fled in a white or silver Ford.  Total loss was 25 cartons of various cigarettes valued at $1,383.
  • 11-40822, 40824  580 E. Woolbright  Open container/warrant arrest
    Olsen, Jeffrey M. 04/04/63 was arrested for open container violation; he was also found to have two outstanding warrants in palms both FTA for open container.
  • 11-40828  409 NW 4th Ave Burglary-residence
    Between 9-2 and 9-5-11 unknown person(s) forcibly entered victim’s residence and removed a 32” Emirson flat-screen TV ($500)
  • 11-40829  2022 NE 3rd St  Cat-type Burglary
     
    Between 09/04/11 at 2200hrs and 09/05/11 at 0812hrs unknown person(s) entered her residence via north door located on the north side of her house. Victim stated once the unknown person(s) was inside the house they stole her Black Compac Laptop Computer with power cord (valued at $600.00)  The victim’s mother was home sleeping in a spare bedroom during this time.
      

Overnight Incidents for September 1, 2011

  • 11-40065 1611 hrs Burglary Residence  1319 Fairfax Cir. E
    Unknown person entered the residence via sliding glass door between 0750 and 1610 hours. Jewelry and electronics were stolen. Total loss is $3,616.
  • 11-40071 1644 hrs Burglary Residence 1301 Fairfax Cir. E.
    Unknown person entered the residence via sliding glass door between 1030 and 1640 hours. Jewelry, electronics, and cash were stolen. Total loss is $11,350.

Overnight Incidents for August 31, 2011

  • 11-39956 Retail Theft  550 N Congress Ave 1937hrs
    Hyde, Gregory 05/12/1992 took an IPAD from Best Buy and fled.  A perimeter was established and Hyde was apprehended and t.o.t. PBCJ.
  • 11-39963 Warrant  131 SE 27th Way 1950hrs
    Songuisley Joseph 12/18/1990 was located at the above address and found to have an outstanding warrant for fta dwlscr.  t.o.t. PBCJ
      

Overnight Incidents for August 27, 2011 - August 29, 2011

  • 11-39324 1625 hrs  Poss Contraband  32 Colonial Club Dr. 11-39338 1726hrs Warrant 32 Colonial Club Dr.
    Officers responded to an anonymous complaint from a concerned citizen that unknown persons were sitting in an old vehicle shooting up drugs in the parking lot. Upon arrival contact was made with vehicle and its occupants.  In plain view were multiple used hypodermic needles and a crack pipe.  The driver took ownership of the paraphernalia and was later found to have a warrant out of Broward.
  • 11-39355 1918 hrs Burglary Auto 1901 N Seacrest Blvd. (Ezell Hester)
    Victim stated that between 1745 and 1915hrs an unknown suspect broke the rear passenger side window and gained entry to his vehicle.
  • 11-39356 1949hrs Burglary Auto 1901 N. Seacrest Blvd. (Ezell Hester)
    Victim stated that between 1845 and 1910hrs an unknown suspect smashed out her right side passenger window and took her purse.
  • 11-39360 2014 hrs Fight 1671 NW 1st Ct
    Officers responded to the area in reference to several individuals fighting.  Upon arrival several subjects advised several different accounts of the incident.  It was made clear that the fight stemmed from negative Facebook postings. During the altercation, an unidentified b/f picked up a brick and smashed out the rear windows of two separate vehicles.  There were no independent witnesses and no one was willing to come forth with information reference the damage.
  • 11-39374 2142 hrs City Ordinance Violation  500 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    Officer responded to the area in reference to a suspicious person.  Upon arrival B/M Alvin Darden d.o.b. 10-06-64 was at the overpass of W. Boynton Beach Blvd and I95 taking (asking) money from passing motorist without a permit.  Darden was arrest ant TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-39401 0030 hrs Burglary Auto 1771 N. Congress Ave (24 Hours Fitness)
    Victim stated that between 2350 and 0030hrs, an unknown suspect entered her unsecured driver’s side door and ransacked the interior.
  • 11-39419 3625 SE 1st St Cat-type burglary
    Between 0220 and 0515 hrs, while the victim/resident slept on the couch in the living room area, unknown person(s) entered via an unlocked front door and exited through the master bedroom window.  $1,200 loss of cash ($750); an i-pad, and an i-phone.  No witnesses, no suspects. CST responded to process the scene.
  • 11-39436 315 NW 1st Ave Burglary-residence
    Victim left items on the kitchen counter at 1330 hrs on 8/26; upon return :30 minutes later, the items were gone.  Taken was a Glock 17, 9mm caliber semi-automatic hand gun, with 15 rounds.  No POI determined.
  • 11-39578 1603 hrs Burglary Auto  2102 SW 24th St.
    Victim advised someone entered his vehicle between 08/26 1830 hours and 08/27 0800 hours, removing a DVD player and Sunglasses.
  • 11-39519 1938 hrs Stolen Vehicle 603 SW 1st Ct.
    A red 2005 Dodge Ram was reported stolen sometime between 08/26 0200 hours and 08/27 1930 hours. Floor tile was in the bed of the truck.
      

Overnight Incidents for August 26, 2011

  • 11-39182 Burglary  26 Camden Ln 1540hrs
    Victim reported multiple electronics and jewelry removed from the residence between 1100-1540hrs via forced entry. 

Overnight Incidents for August 19, 2011

  • 11-38138 1828 hrs Failed to Stop 500 W. Boynton Beach Blvd
    As victim enter the store (Racetrac) after pumping gas, a white in color Chevy Impala (front bumper damage) that was occupied by two b/m, pulled up next to the victim’s vehicle and entered her unlocked, front passenger side door. Once inside one of the b/m removed her $400 Coach purse which was located on the seat.  The suspect was identified as a b/m wearing a dark baseball cap and a white t-shirt.  As officers responded to the location, the suspect vehicle was spotted and a traffic stop was attempted at the 500 block of W. Boynton Beach Blvd.  Refusing to stop, the vehicle entered I95 and proceeded north bound at a high rate of speed, prompting officers to break it off.  The vehicle was found to be stolen out of Riviera Beach.
  • 11-38169 2142hrs Carrying Concealed Firearm 850 N. Congress Ave
    Officers responded to Total Wine in reference to a theft in progress.  Management advised that a w/m was in the store concealing two bottles of liquor in his hand bag.  They further advised that the suspect purchased one small bottle of vodka, but passed all points of sales with the other two bottles that he placed in his bag without paying for them.  The suspect was met by officers as he exited the store and was taken into custody.  Both bottles of liquor were located in the suspect’s bag and search incident to arrest, a black Smith & Wesson 9mm was located in the same bag, along with a ammunition magazine in his pants pocket.

Overnight Incidents for August 18, 2011

  • 11-37947 1718 hrs Warrant Arrest 1499 S. Federal Hwy.
    W/F arrest for Failure to Appear, Petit Theft warrant out of PBSO. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-37959 1836 hrs Burglary Auto 1775 N. Congress Ave.  (24 HR Fitness)
    Victim reported their vehicle was broken into between 1700 and 1830 hours, by breaking a window. $100.00 cash, credit cards, and a cell phone were taken. Total loss is $203.
  • 11-37961 1848 hrs Burglary Auto  1775 N. Congress Ave. (24 HR Fitness)
    Victim reported their vehicle was broken into between 1815 and 1905 hours, by breaking a window. A purse containing credit cards and cell phone were taken. Total loss is $211.
  • 11-37986 2116 hrs  Burglary Residence 911 NW 7th St.
    Victim reported unknown person entered residence between 2040 and 2110 hours, possibly by prying open the rear sliding glass door, and removed several electronics, miscellaneous jewelry, and two fishing poles. Total loss is $6,310.00. No suspect information.

Overnight Incidents for August 10, 2011  - August 15, 2011

  • 11-37075 1652 hrs Burglary Residence 3201 Orange Street
    Victim advised sometime between 0705 and 1650 hours this date unknown person(s) entered her home by kicking in the rear door.  Once inside, person(s) removed a Television, 2 Laptops, an Xbox, a DVD player, misc jewelry, and a lock box containing personal documents.  Estimated loss $3555.00. 
  • 11-37105 1944 hrs Poss Firearm Convicted Felon 115 SW 2nd Ave
    W/M Jeffrey Snow was arrested after investigation revealed that he borrowed his neighbors Hi Point .380 to shoot an injured cat.  Records check showed that Snow is a convicted felon.  Snow was charged accordingly in addition to discharging a firearm in Public.  Snow TOT to PBCJ.  Gun recovered TOT to evidence.  
  • 11-37116 2118 hrs Armed Robbery (attempt) 400 E Ocean Ave
    Victim and victim’s wife entered their vehicle at which time W/M Richard Nowling approached the passenger door and pointed a gun at the victim’s head and demanded his wallet.  Nowling began to pistol whip victim at which time victim grabbed the gun and wrestled Nowling to the ground disarming him and held him down until police arrival.  Nowling was taken into custody without incident.  The gun was recovered which was found to be a Pellet gun.  Nowling was TOT to PBCJ.  Victim was medically cleared on scene. 
  • 11-37129 2243 hrs Warrant Arrest 1500 W Gateway (Bar Louie)  
     
    Bartender W/M Matthew Harman was arrested for an outstanding warrant. Harman TOT  to PBCJ.
  • 11- 37385 1946hrs Burglary Residence 1860 N. Seacrest Blvd B
    Victim stated that when she left her home yesterday at around 1200hrs, everything appeared in place.  When she returned today at 1940 hrs she found that the front door was unlocked and the south door screen had been removed.  The entire home had been rummaged through and food items thrown about the kitchen.  Missing from the home was a microwave ($35.00) while other valuable items (TVs, compressor, etc) were untouched. 
  • 11-37415 2310hrs Open Door 1040 W. Industrial Ave
    A passerby who is also a customer of the business (Alpine), noticed that the gate to the business was open.  Upon arrival the exit gate was closed but the entrance gate was open.  The gates open and close after each vehicle and operate on separate motors.  Several attempts were made to contact the owner or a rep with negative results.  Because there are several boats and RVs stored within the facility, extra patrols was conducted through out the shift.
  • 11-37456 0957 hrs Stolen Auto 523 SE 20th Ct
    1999 Ford Expedition was stolen from location; vehicle was recovered by WPBPD unoccupied. 
  • 11-37464 1121 hrs Warrant Arrest 1634 S. Federal Hwy
     
    Joseph Mitchell was arrested when it was discovered that he had a warrant for FTA / traffic.  He was tot PBSO main jail. 
  • 11-37474 1259 hrs Theft 1000 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    Sometime between 08-13-11 at 1800 hrs and 0700 hrs this date unknown suspect(s) accessed the roof of the church and stole the copper pipes and wiring from both A/C units on the roof.  Total damage approx. $5,000. 
  • 11-37481 1353 hrs Burglary Auto 2290 N. Congress Ave
    Victim advised that unknown suspect(s) broke into their Ford Explorer and stole a wallet, Blackberry cell phone and a Toshiba laptop computer from within.
  • 11-37482 1355 hrs Burglary Auto 100 N. Congress Ave
    Victim advised that unknown suspect(s) broke into her 2011 Mini Cooper and stole her purse which she left in the vehicle. 
  • 11-37484 1410 hrs Burglary Auto 2290 N. Congress Ave
    Victim advised that unknown suspect(s) broke into their vehicle and rummaged through the glove box and console, nothing missing. 
  • 11-37565 0110 hrs Burglary Business 4761 N. Congress Ave. ( K’s Liquor)
    Officers responded to the business reference a front door motion alarm and discovered an unknown person pried open the front door. Evidence of entry into the store, but unknown what was taken at this time. 

 
Overnight Incidents for August 9, 2011

  

 

  • 11- 36632 1624 hrs  Burglary Auto 2605 W. Woolbright Rd.
    Victim left purse in vehicle while purchasing gas at Mobil Gas Station. Total loss is $1,500. Unknown male suspect was seen exiting a dark blue early 2000 Chevrolet Impala that had stock wheels and had tinted windows. The suspect took the purse then left in described vehicle.
  • 11-36652 1745 hrs Stolen Vehicle 1600 N. Federal Hwy.
    Victim reported their white 2001 Ford Excursion with FL tag E317RG was stolen from the parking lot when they visited a store while leaving the keys in the ignition. Entered FCIC/NCIC.
  • 11-36660 1750 hrs Burglary Residence 622 SW 1st St.
    Unknown person entered the residence through a window between 0830 and 1730 hours, removing a gold necklace and a Samsung LCD television. Total loss is $2700.

Overnight Incidents for August 4, 2011 - August 8, 2011

  • 11-36525   Vehicle Theft  801 N. Congress Avenue 1829hrs
    2010 black Mercedes FL tag 410-TYA stolen from the parking lot.  NCIC complete.
  • 11-36537 Armed Robbery  2700 Quantum Lakes Dr    2110hrs
    Victim reported that 2 w/m suspects one armed with a machete relieved him of his $140.00, flip flops, and keys.  They then hit him with the handle of a machete.  Suspects fled in bright blue vehicle. NFI, No video.
  • 11-36551 AOD DBPD/Shooting 2861 S. Seacrest Blvd 2248hrs
    Officers responded to BHM reference a shooting victim arriving for treatment.  Incident occurred in Delray Beach.  DBPD responded.
  • 11-36469 – Att. Burglary Residence, 2022 NE 3rd St, 0618hrs
    Units respond ref a burglary in progress. A B/M suspect described as 17-23 yoa, 5-08, 210lbs, short black hair, thin build wearing a purple shirt and jean shorts was observed by the victim to open an unsecured window to the residence. They then attempted to enter when they fled after hearing the victim. A search of the immediate area by multiple units yielded negative in locating any potential suspects.
  • 11-36428  2224 hours  Throwing a Deadly Missile 728 Casa Loma Blvd
    Units responded to a disturbance at Two Georges.  Investigation revealed that one of the involved parties “mooned” the other involved parties from their boat which in turned caused one of the involved parties from the restaurant to throw a drink at the occupants of the boat.  At this time a fight ensued between all parties.  Charges to be filed with the SA Office.
  • 11-36437  2327 hours DUI/Fleeing & Eluding Boynton Beach Blvd & I-95
    Officer Munro observed a vehicle swerving in and out of traffic on I-95 and attempted a traffic stopped.  The vehicle then quickly exited I-95 and attempted to elude Officer Munro as the driver, later identified as W/M Juan Cardenas DOB 1/29/89, drove to his residence and attempted to hide the vehicle in the back yard.  Cardenas was detained at which time it was determined he was DUI.  Cardenas was TOT to PBCJ.
  • 11-36339 – Burglary Auto, 704 NE 8th Ave, 1022hrs
    Over night, ’07 silver Toyota Fl Tag WAX 855, vehicle rummaged through and a flash light was stolen.
  • 11-36338 – DUI Arrest, 721 S. Federal Hwy, 1018hrs
    W/m Edward Maroney, taken to and processed at BAT. TOT PBCJ. 2 citations issued.

Overnight Incidents for August 3, 2011

  • 11-35722 1804 hrs   Retail Theft/ Resist Merchant 1901 N Congress Ave
    Payne, Samantha (b/f 3-2-90) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $284 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s. She then bit the loss prevention officer twice in an effort to escape. She was located in her vehicle travelling South on Congress Ave. She was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-35758 2327 hrs  Poss Marijuana less 20 grams 400 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    As a result of a traffic stop, Clinton, Michael (b/m 12-27-82) and Gaskin, Atlantis (b/f 7-2-78) were arrested for possessing less than 20 grams of marijuana. They were processed and released with notices to appear.
      

Overnight Incidents for August 2, 2011

  • 11-35636 0244 hrs Burglary Auto in Progress 1202 Copley Court
    Caller observed a white male wearing all black inside his girlfriend’s vehicle riffling through her belongings at which point the suspect fled and ran to Dos Lagos.  A perimeter was established and K9 deployed with negative results.  Unknown method of entry unknown at this time what was taken.
  • 11-35637  0322 hrs Armed Robbery 520 SE 21st Ave
    Victim’s advised that they were partying with a black male only known as “black” (no further description) when he brandished a handgun and relieved them of their money and fled the area in a black Jeep.

Overnight Incidents for July 30, 2011 - August 1, 2011

  • 11- 35472 2350 hrs  Possession Marijuana 1000 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    B/F, Arasha Powell, 01/25/89, arrested for possession of  4.0grams of Marijuana.
  • 11-35373 2650 N E 3rd Ct  Burglary-residence
    Officers responded to a residential alarm @ 0933 hrs and found forced entry to the front door.  Victim responded and said nothing was taken, but the place was ransacked.  A neighbor reported seeing a tan older model Oldsmobile sedan backed into Burgos' driveway which left prior to PD arrival.
  • 11-35385 1861 NE 1st St. Stolen vehicle
    Vehicle was stolen sometime between 1110 and 1118 hours. Victim stated that he parked his vehicle (1996 Blue Toyota bearing FL tag  B71-8PU) in the driveway and left the vehicle running as he unloaded some items into his residence.
  • 11- 35250 1649 hours Burglary Auto 16 Baytree Cir.
    Victim’s vehicle was burglarized between 07/29 at 1930 hours and 07/30 at 0600 hours. Total loss is $280.
  • 11-35219 1147 So. Fed Hwy Open container arrest
    Sgt McNevin observed Jose Francisco DOB 010177 with an open container at 1:20 PM
  • 11-35193   81 Baytree Cir Burglary-auto
    Between 2000 (7/29) and 0820 hrs, unknown person(s) entered victim’s  99’ Audi and removed the stereo.
  • 11-35187 15 Baytree Cir Burglary-auto
    Between 2200 hours on 07/29/11 and 0620 hours unknown suspect(s) gained entry by breaking out the key hole and manipulating the locking mechanism of an 01 Silverado.  Once inside the vehicle the suspects entered the center console and removed a pair of Ray Ban sunglasses, valued at approximately $100.00, a Sony video camera (NOI) valued at approximately $200.00, a black motorcycle helmet valued at approximately $150.00 and miscellaneous change (approx $3.00).
  • 11-35189 718 NE 1st St Burglary-auto
    Between 2200 hours 7-29-11 and 0720 hours this date small change ($5.00) was taken from a 99’ Toyota Camry.
  • 11- 35086 1709 hrs Burglary Auto 301 N. Congress Ave.
    Victim went into Shell Gas Station to pay for gas at approximately 0200 hours, leaving vehicle unsecured at the pump. Unknown person stole the wallet that was left in the front seat.
  • 11-35115 2050 hrs Theft Drainage Grate 4000 Springfield Blvd
    Security for Nautica Sound reported the theft of a drainage grate valued at $500.00. Unknown when theft occurred.

Overnight Incidents for July 29, 2011

  • 11-34991 Affray 365 N Congress Ave 0118hrs
    w/f Hall, Alison 5/11/87, w/m Licausi, Phillip 7/30/86, w/f Litton, Cathleen 12/9/87, w/m Leeman, Joshua 12/12/88  were arrested subsequent to a fight at Carolina Alehouse.

Overnight Incidents for July 28, 2011

  • 11-34773  THI 100. E. BB Blvd 1555hrs
    Main Street carwash employee was driving a customer’s car after washing the car.  The driver accelerated and lost control of the vehicle resulting in being ejected from the car.  t.o.t. DMC Officer Turco and Officer Picciano are investigating.  CSI Responded.
  • 11-34792 Stolen Vehicle 3240 SE 2nd St 1710hrs
    1995 white Nissan Quest (unk temp tag) stolen from the residence.
  • 11-34800 Agg Assault Firearm 2200 N Congress Ave 1841hrs
    B/M Cody Williams arrested for aggravated assault with a firearm while involved in a road rage incident. t.o.t. PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for July 27, 2011

  • 11- 34624 1558 hrs Stolen Vehicle 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd.
    Black 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe, reported stolen from parking garage at hospital between 1000 and 1550 hours.
  • 11-34627 1602 hrs Burglary Residence 127 S. Atlantic Dr. W.
    Victim reported several pieces of sports memorabilia were stolen from the residence between 0730 and 1600 hours. Total loss is $7,650.
  • 11-34679 2155 hrs Stolen Vehicle 4746 N. Congress Ave.
    Green 1994 Chrysler Lebaron, reported stolen from Duffy’s parking lot between 1700 and 2200 hours.
  • 11-34680 2212 hrs Stolen Vehicle  3340 E. Atlantic Dr.
    Blue 1991 Toyota Camry, reported stolen from residential driveway between 2200 and 2203 hours.

Overnight Incidents for July 26, 2011

  • 11-34482 0128 hrs  Burglary Residence Delayed  544 NW 11th Ave
    Victim advised that sometime between 07/17/11 @0100hrs and this date @ around 2110hrs, an unknown suspect entered his home and rummaged through the bedrooms.  Total loss $5,200.
  • 11-34508 0157 hrs  Stolen Auto 2308 SE 4th St
    Victim advised that on 05/06/11, after receiving permission from her neighbor, she parked her vehicle in that driveway.  When she returned on 06/06/11 the vehicle was gone.
      

Overnight Incidents for July 21, 2011 - July 25, 2011

  • 11-34303  1810  hrs  Burglary Residence 225 SE 36th Ave
    Complainant advised that between 1000 and 1800 hours this date unknown person(s) gained entry via the dog door and remove 3 flat screen TVs, a surround   sound stereo system, a Nintendo Wii, a Direct TV box, and a computer. Neighbors advised a thin black male was seen around the residence earlier in the day.
  • 11-34307 1853  hrs Burglary Residence 1800 N Seacrest Blvd.
    Victim advised between 1713 and 1850 hours unknown person(s) entered her residence via an unsecured window and removed a laptop computer valued at $600.00.
  • 11-34331  2145 hrs Burglary Residence 1707 Banyan Creek Court
    Victim advised sometime between 1200 and 2145 hours unknown person(s) entered the residence by prying open a sliding glass door.  Once inside unknown person(s) removed a Samsung TV($300) and a safe which included a  Bersa .380 handgun ($600), a Longines watch ($900), a collectable lighter.  Estimated loss $3100.00.
  • 11-34196  Warrant  400 N. Federal Hwy  1833hrs
    Officers located W/M Chequer, Jorge (DOB 03/28/66) who was found to have a FTA traffic warrant. t.o.t. PBSO.
  • 11-34207 Warrant  2815 S. Seacrest Blvd  2158hrs
    Officer located w/m Jessie Cumbess who had active outstanding warrant for multiple violent crimes. (warrant # 11-007213CFAXX) t.o.t. PBSO Det Frank.
  • 11-34240 Burglary/Pursuit  2414 SW 1st St 0040hrs
    Officer Jean interrupted a burglary to occupied dwelling.  Suspects fled into Delray Beach where one suspect was apprehended.  Investigation revealed that the suspects were involved in several fights in Boynton tonight and were attempting to obtain a firearm via burglary to be used in the ongoing dispute.
  • 11-34041   Failed to Stop  4000 Lawrence Road  1825hrs
    Officers conducted a traffic stop in reference to an infraction.  Vehicle 2004 Honda 4dr Red in color, bearing FL Tag # 899KVK stopped and passenger bailed out. Vehicle took off again and did not yield.  Attempt to stop was terminated.  Investigation revealed driver’s identity.  Charges pending on B/M James Carter.
  • 11-34092  Warrant Arrest 100 S Fed Hwy 0038hrs
    w/m Michael King was arrested for a warrant out of Desoto County Sheriffs Office, w/f Jessica Tusek was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Palm Beach County for misdemeanor Failure to Appear subsequent to a traffic stop for an infraction. Both were t.o.t. PBCJ.
  • 11-34100 Affray 1333 N. Congress Ave (Brus Room) 0151hrs Officers responded to a fight in progress.  Investigation revealed that all involved parties refused to prosecute.  Officer Ryan sustained a leg injury.  SIR in progress.

Overnight Incidents for July 20, 2011

  • 11-33494  1611 hrs Burglary Fenced Compound 1613 SW 3rd Street
    COI for Metro PCS advised sometime between 6/27/11 and this date unknown person(s) cut the lock to the fence compound and removed $1000.00 of copper wire.
  • 11-33526  2055 hrs  Robbery (attempt) 143 N Congress Ave
    Employees advise that a white male approximately 50 years old with short gray hair wearing a “hoodie” entered the store and implied that he had a gun in his pocket and handed the employee a grocery bag and ordered her to put the money in the bag.  Employee advised that he removed his hand from his pocket and it did not look like he had a gun so the employee refused to give him the money.  The male then pushed employee to the side and grabbed the cash drawer and attempted to pull it from the desk with negative results.  The male than got into a silver newer model sedan and left south bound on Congress Ave.  Crime scene positive.

Overnight Incidents for July 14, 2011 - July 18, 2011

  • 11-33157 0416 hours 306 NW 3rd St. Residential Burglary
    Sometime between the 16th 1430 hours and the 17th at 0400 hours suspect/s unknown used a cinder block to smash out a bedroom window and removed a PS3.  Attempts to recover latent prints met with negative results.
  • 11-33160 0555 hours 2821 S. Federal Hwy C102 Armed Robbery
    Victim alleges that he was in his room with another friend when a B/M that is an acquaintance of the friend entered the room and shoved the victim to the floor taking his keys, cigarettes, and room key.  It was further alleged that this B/M was armed with a gun during this violent struggle.  The friend staying in the room slept through this incident.  The suspect was described as 508/190 bald wearing all dark clothing and fled south on foot.  There is video of the hallway outside the room but the night manager could not access it at this time.  The circumstances behind this robbery appeared to be very suspicious.
  • 11-33172/33174/33175 3000 block of Diane Drive Vandalism
    Sometime during the night 3 mailboxes were run over on Diane Dr.  No suspect information.
  • 11-32996 0827 hours 1300 SW 35th Ave. Caloosa Park Theft
    Sometime between the hours of 1500 on the 15th and 0600 on the 16th unknown suspects removed approximately 100 feet of copper wire that connected electricity to two buildings in the park.  $1500.00 loss.  No suspect info.
  • 11-33039/33040 1500 hours 1611 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Memorial Cemetary Auto Burg. X 2
    Sometime between 1400 and 1440 hours unknown suspect/s broke into two vehicles by smashing out the windows and removed purses from the vehicles.  The victims were attending a funeral at the time of the crime.  Crime scene negative on both vehicles.
  • 11-32936  2236 hrs 2745 NW 2nd St  Armed Robbery
    Victim was ambushed in a residential driveway, pistol-whipped, and relieved of $930.00 in cash and the keys to a 2000 Chevy Suburban. Suspect is described as a B/M approximately 30 years old, standing 5’10”, weighing 200 lbs, possibly of Haitian descent. Suspect vehicle is an older model blue Crown Vic with dark tint. Victim was treated on scene by FD for a contusion to the head. CS and DB personnel responded.
  • 11-32950 0001 hrs 16 Southern Cross Cir #104 Burglary Auto X3
    Victim left three Mercedes vehicles (2 sedans, 1 SUV) unsecured in the parking lot at 2115 hours. By 2330 hours, all three had been burglarized and approximately $1500.00 in property was stolen.
  • 11-32694 1615 hours Warrant Arrest 1076 SW 26th Avenue
    Angela Brown (6/2/78) was arrested for an outstanding FTA warrant and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 11-32695 1617 hours Burglary Residence 350 N. Palm Drive Between 0630 and 1600 hours unknown suspects entered via an unlocked rear door and removed several electronic items from the residence. Estimated loss is $3700.
  • 11-32696 1620 hours Retail Theft 650 N. Congress Avenue
    Target’s Loss Prevention reports that an unknown B/M concealed $450.47 in razor refills and left the store without paying. Although the subject is unidentified he was captured on video which was made available to the PD.
  • 11-32727  1922 hours  Aggravated Battery 225 NW 12th Avenue
    Officers responded to a report that a juvenile had been shot in the leg by a BB gun. The victim and other witnesses describe the suspect as a B/M 16-18 YOA, 5’8”-5’10”, short hair, clean shaven, wearing a black tee shirt and dark brown shorts, black flip flops with black socks, possibly named “Reggie”. The suspect was last seen riding a light blue and white mountain style bike. Victim’s injuries were minor.
  • 11-32740  2048 hours THI Crash 1670 NW 1st Court
    A B/F 2 YOA ran into the roadway and was struck by a vehicle. The juvenile was declared a trauma alert by BBFD and transported to Delray Community Hospital. THI was called out for the crash investigation. DCF was also notified. The condition of the juvenile is unknown as of this writing.
  • 11-32754 2233 hours Attempted GTA 1525 NE 2nd Street
    The victim advised he stopped in his driveway behind his 1995 Toyota Avalon and observed all four doors were open. The victims stated two B/M’s then exited his vehicle and fled on foot. A check of the vehicle revealed the steering column had been punched. The B/M’s were described as late teens or early twenties, wearing dark clothing with braided hair (NOI). Victim stated he would not be able to identify them if they were located. Estimated damage was $300.

Overnight Incidents for July 13, 2011

  • 11-32344 1815 hrs 409 Boynton Bay Cir Burglary to Auto
    Victim stated that sometime between 1200hrs and 1630hrs, an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle which was parked in the parking lot and removed miscellaneous items from the center console.
  • 11-32437 0228hrs  106 NE 4th Ave  Theft Attempt
    Victim stated that he woke up after hearing a loud noise coming from the east side of his home.  When he went out to investigate, he observed an unknown male trying to remove the air conditioning unit from the window.  Upon sight of the victim, the suspect ran.
      

Overnight Incidents for July 12, 2011

  • 11-32246 2345 hrs  311 NW 12th Ave Trespass After Warning
    Officers responded to Wilson Pool in reference to several juveniles swimming in the pool after hours of operation.  The juveniles jumped the locked fence in order to gain access to the pool and upon sight of the officers they got out of the pool, jumped the fence and ran through the park in an attempt to flee.  Five juveniles were apprehended, taken into custody, processed and TOT JAC.
  • 11-32257 0126 hrs 350 NE 27th Ave GTA
    Victim advised that he left his vehicle (blue, 1993, Toyota Corolla, FL/Z0ANG) parked in the driveway with the key in the ignition.  When he returned the vehicle was gone.
      

Overnight Incidents for July 7, 2011 - July 11, 2011

  • 11-32056 1825 hrs Burglary Residence 406 NE 25th Ave
    Between 0830 and 1815 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by prying open a door. Once inside they stole approximately $2099 worth of jewelry. Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-31914 1623 hrs Burglary Cat Type 220 South Blvd #D
    The victim reported observing a black male walking away from the rear of his residence and entering a black SUV (NFI). Soon after another black male knocked on his front door and inquired as to who he used for landscaping services. When the victim asked if the black SUV was his the male replied that it was not, but then responded to and entered the vehicle. A second black male came from behind an adjacent building and also entered the vehicle which left the area driving in reverse, preventing the victim from seeing the license plate. The victim further advised that approximately $100 worth of his wife’s jewelry had been stolen from inside the residence. Crime scene obtained two latent lifts.
  • 11-31979 2350 hrs Poss Sched II w/out Prescription 1500 W Gateway Blvd
    Webb, Shaun (w/m 12-28-79) was arrested after investigation revealed he had caused $500 worth of damage to the bathroom inside Bar Louie. Webb was also found to be in possession of oxycodone without a prescription. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-31870 Burglary Auto, 4741 N. Congress Ave, 0936hrs
    ’08 Freightliner 26’ white moving truck Fl Tag 226 VCR, victim parked the vehicle to the rear of the business and upon return found the passenger window broken and approx $2450.00 in tools stolen from the cab.
  • 11-31817 2011 hrs Crash/ DUI Related 700 E Boynton Beach Blvd
    Wyszynska, Joanna (w/f 3-22-76) was arrested after she left the scene of a crash and was found to be driving her vehicle while impaired. Once at the BBPD she refused to provide a lawful sample of her breath.
  • 11-31826 2102 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 grams 1401 NW 1st Ct
    Reed, Robert (b/m 6-20-70) was arrested on an outstanding warrant (BBPD #11-31833). Search incident revealed him to be in possession of 3.1 grams of marijuana. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-31853 0205 hrs DUI 100 blk SE 36th Ave
    Catania, Irene (w/f 2-11-50) was arrested for driving under the influence after she struck a curb while driving the wrong way on SE 36th Ave. Once at the BBPD she provided two lawful samples of her breath, resulting in .068 and .065. Catania was also under the influence of prescribed medications at the time of this incident. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-31692 2118 hrs 308 NW 12th Ave Burglary Auto
    Occurred this date between 1930 and 2110 hours. Suspect(s) shattered the front passenger window of the victim’s 2004 Chevy Trailblazer with a rock and took a purse from the front seat. CS negative.

Overnight Incidents for July 6, 2011

  • 11-31356 2004 hrs Agg Assault 3035 Grove Rd
    Joseph, Bachelet (b/m 1-3-93) was arrested for having threatened two victims with a machete. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-31369 2129 hrs Strong Arm Robbery 180 Flamingo Dr
    Victim advised that he was walking on Flamingo Dr when he was approached by three black males, one of who identified himself as “J-Boy”. They beat the victim until he passed out and relieved him of the $200 cash he had in his pocket. The victim advised that he has seen all three subjects in the area prior to this incident and will recognize them if seen again.
  • 11-31400 2345 hrs  Burglary Residence 7103 Mahogany Dr
    Between 1230 and 2230 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence through the bathroom window, which had possibly been left unsecured. Once inside they stole approximately $1600 worth of electronics. Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-28643 Strong Arm Robbery  100 NE 1st St
    Nixon, Eardis (b/m 1-24-71) turned himself in after learning that Det Moreno had probable cause for his arrest in regards to this incident. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for June 30, 2011 - July 5, 2011

  • 11-31204 1820 hrs Poss Cocaine 431 NW 11th Ave
    Jackson, Cleopatra (b/f 8-24-86) was arrested for an outstanding warrant (BBPD #11-31205). Search incident to arrest revealed that she was in possession of marijuana and cocaine. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-31324 2143 hrs  Strong Arm Robbery  333 SE 23rd Ave
    Victim advised that he was sitting in front of his residence, using his lap top computer, when a black male attacked him and took the computer. Crime scene and canvas were negative. Total loss is estimated at $800.
  • 11-31352 2319 hrs Capsized Boat 2010 N Federal Hwy
    Units responded in reference to a boat that had capsized at the boat ramp and was leaking fuel. Vessel was salvaged and no injuries were sustained.
  • 11-31021 1621 hrs 1333 N Congress Ave  Burglary Business (Non-Force)
    Officers responded to Bru’s Room in reference to a delayed burglary.  Management stated that after a shortage of liquor bottles were discovered, a review of the security video revealed a w/m entering and exiting the business several times with hands full of liquor bottles.  All customers are to exit the business by 0215hrs, however the suspect exited the business at 0222hrs through the rear emergency doors (bar area) but re-entered a minute later through the same door carrying out several bottles of liquor.  The incident occurred while at least ten employees were still in the business but none of which were in the bar area or noticed the suspect in the business. Total lost was approximately $750-$900.  After viewing the video, one of the employees possibly recognized the suspect as an ex-employee from three years ago.
  • 11-30968  3605 SE 2nd St Burglary-residential
    Between June 14th and today, unknown person(s) forcibly entered the vacant residence and removed jewelry; a computer monitor, and two flat screen tv’s.  Exact dollar amount is pending due to victim being away from the area at this time.
  • 11-30971 1530 Stonehaven Dr. Burglary-residential
    While victim was at church services (between 9:40 and 10:45 hrs this day), unknown person(s) kicked in the front door to gain entry.  Suspects removed a lap top computer and a printer ($900.00)
  • 11-30981 243 SW 14 Ave Warrant arrest
    While investigating a DCF call at the residence, it was determined that Natalie Franqui had an outstanding warrant for her arrest out of Broward County Florida for Felony False Verification of Ownership Pawn Shop (warrant #10014640CF10A; $1000 bond).
  • 11-30881 2145 hrs 1015 W. Gateway Blvd (406) Strong-armed Robbery
    Officers responded to Rita’s in reference to an alarm in which dispatch advised that a robbery had occurred.  A w/m described as middle aged, slim built, wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans and sunglasses was the description given of the suspect.  The suspect entered the store and approached the counter and stated “No one is going to get hurt, put the money in the bag”.  The suspect made a gesture with his had, simulating a gun and then pulled out a Target bag (no gun was seen).  Suspect fled the area with $370.  Investigation is ongoing.
  • 11-30885 2220 hrs  212 SW 11th Ave Burglary to Auto
    Victim stated that around 1600hrs today she noticed the front passenger window smashed out of her vehicle, but did not report it because she thought the damage was due to the heat.  It wasn’t until around 2200hrs that she realized her two pocketbooks missing from the rear floorboard and called the police.  According to the victim, the vehicle was parked and secured in her driveway at around 1500hrs. Total loss $1250.00
  • 11-30936  0328 hrs 2800 S. Federal Hwy  Flee and Eluding
    While patrolling in the 3400 block of S. Federal Hwy, an officer was passed by a 2007, silver, Subaru, traveling at a high rate of speed. The officer activated his emergency equipment in an attempt to conduct a traffic stop at the above location. Upon making contact with the vehicle, the driver stated obscenities to the officer and drove off.  The officer ran back to his vehicle and began to follow the vehicle.  Refusing to stop, the vehicle turned West on SE 23 Ave, running the red light at the intersection of SE 23rd Ave and Seacrest Blvd.  Upon approaching 23rd Ave and Congress Ave, the vehicle was met by other officers and decided to stop.  The driver and sole occupant was taken into custody.  Search incident to arrest revealed a small amount of marijuana in the driver’s shirt pocket. Driver’s was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-30782 415 South Circle Dr. Burglary-auto
    Crime of opportunity as victim went to address to care for a friends cat.  Victim parked her car unsecured  for :15 minutes (between 11:45-12:00) and when she returned she found her purse missing.
  • 11-30785 400 East BB BLVD Battery
    43 year old Gregory Osborne (DOB 10-16-68) walked in to Tom’s Ribs and punched the 16 year-old victim in the face over the manner in which the victim treats his sister.  A warrant will be filed in this case.
  • 11-030571  2143 hrs  Possession Cocaine 1400 W Boynton Bch Blvd
    While Officer Moran was stopped at a traffic light he could smell burnt Marijuana coming from driver B/M Fredrick Gaskin’s  vehicle.  A traffic stop was conducted and investigation revealed Gaskin was in possession of .8 grams of “crack” cocaine and 12. 5 grams of Marijuana (rolled cigarette style).  Gaskin was charged with Possession of Cocaine with intent to sell and Possession of Marijuana with intent to sell.  Gaskin was TOT to PBCJ.
  • 11-30578  2243hrs Warrant Arrest 800 W Woolbright Rd
    B/M Ahkeem McPherson 3/22/83 was arrest for an outstanding FTA warrant for DWLS.  TOT to PBCJ.
  • 11-30583  2259 hrs  DWLS/Habitual  1900 N Federal Hwy
    W/M Anthony Benson was arrested after a traffic stop revealed he was a Habitual traffic offender.  Benson was TOT to PBCJ.
  • 11-30596  0106 hrs Possession of Cocaine 1900 N Seacrest Blvd W/M Raymond William Doucette was arrested after a traffic stop revealed he was in possession of Xanax without a prescription and 1 crack cocaine rock.  Doucette was processed and TOT to PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for June 29, 2011
 
 

  • 11-30264 1930 hrs 520 SE 21st Ave Poss of Contraband
    Officers conducted a traffic stop.  The front seat passenger stated that he had just gotten out of a drug rehabilitation center. When asked if there were any drugs or weapons in the vehicle, the passenger stated that he had some pills in his pocket.  The passenger then reached into his pocket and pulled out a clear baggie which contained five blue pills, later identified by Poison Control as Oxycodone 30 milligram (schedule 2).  The passenger was taken into custody, processed and TOT PBCJ.  
  • 11-30286 2207 hrs 645 W Boynton Beach Blvd Poss of Contraband 
    Officers were advised by an anonymous tipster of a suspicious vehicle parked in a dark/secluded area of the parking lot with the engine running. The vehicle was said to have been running for about 45 minutes.  Officers made contact with the vehicle and its occupants, and while doing so was utilized a flash light to illuminate the vehicle. Officers observed on the driver’s side floor board, a red plastic baggie which contents was later identified as cocaine (TPW 2.6 grams).  Inventory of the vehicle for tow revealed under the driver’s seat, a black sock containing $500.00 cash (rolled up). The driver was taken into custody, processed and TOT PBCJ. 


Overnight Incidents for June 28, 2011

  • 11-30043 1607 hrs 1633 NE 4th St Agg. Battery
    W/M Jonathan Steinberg 11/26/52 was arrested for aggravated battery after an altercation with his room-mate. Steinberg apparently poured rubbing alcohol on the victim’s torso and lap, and then set him on fire while the two struggled. The victim was treated at Bethesda for minor to moderate burns (released shortly thereafter) and Steinberg was TOT the PBCJ. Detective Bureau and Crime Scene personnel responded. 
  • 11-30057 1657 hrs 153 SE 29th Ave Burglary-Residences
    Occurred this date. Suspect(s) shattered a glass door near the garage to gain entry, and then ransacked the home. Approximately $4000.00 in electronics were stolen. 
  • 11-30050 1658 hrs 1729 N Congress Ave  Agg. Assault
    B/M Travis Paige 12/10/80 was arrested for aggravated assault and retail theft after attempting to slash the Marshall’s LPO with a broken bottle- after dropping stolen merchandise and attempting to flee. No injuries. Paige was TOT the PBCJ. 
  • 11-30117 0041 hrs 3111 W Boynton Bch Blvd DUI
    B/M Jean-Philippe Mompoint 12/5/66 was arrested for DUI subsequent to a traffic stop. BAC levels were .243, and .235. He was TOT the PBCJ 


Overnight Incidents for June 25, 2011 - June 27, 2011
  

  • 11-29711 GTA, 206 SW 1st Ave, 0607hrs 
    occurred over night, ’94 beige Honda Accord Fl Tag M509JZ, entered F/NCIC
  • 11-29708  Disorderly/Simple Batt LEO Arrest, 2100 S. Seacrest Blvd, 0501hrs 
    units respond re: anonymous call of a woman lying down on the sidewalk with her pants down. On arrival contact made with w/f Yvette Arias DOB 11-18-65 who was in a drunken state. Investigation revealed no crime occurred against her person. As BBFD attempted to conduct a status check on her well being she became belligerent and slightly combative. She was placed into custody and transported to BMH for evaluation. While there she spit on and kicked Ofc. Travis (no injury) and was charged accordingly. Once cleared she was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-29732 GTA, 215 Villa Circle, 1025hrs
    ’06 gold Buick Enclave Fl Tag ASLB74, entered F/NCIC, Ofc Pleasant holds PC for suspect B/M Marcus Frazier DOB 4-23-85, the owner’s boyfriend.
  • 11-29781 1709 hrs Burglary Auto 1190 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Between 1630 and 1705 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by smashing a window. At the time of the report, the victim was unable to advise what had been stolen from the vehicle. Crime scene was negative for latent prints.
  • 11-29793 1832 hrs  Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 1700 N Seacrest Blvd
    Incident to a traffic stop, StJuste, Corey (b/m 12-8-86) and StJuste, Ronald (b/m 1-11-88) were arrested for possessing less than 20 grams of marijuana. They were processed and Corey was released with a NTA. Ronald was found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest (BBPD #11-29799). He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-29837 2326 hrs Warrant Arrest 2300 S Seacrest Blvd
    Incident to a traffic stop James, Larry (b/m 12-26-59) was found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-29860 0113 hrs DWLS Habitual Offender 2000 NW 2nd St
    Nixon, Derrick (b/m 11-29-79) was arrested for operating a vehicle while his license was suspended and had been declared a habitual offender.
  • 11-29880  DUI, Narcotic Arrest, 600 NW 25th Ave, 0618hrs 
    units respond reference a w/m asleep in a running Mercedes Benz stopped in the street. On arrival all attempts to wake the male met with negative results. In plain view in the males lap were several pills(60 or more). BBFD was summoned who also could not wake the male. BBFD made entry into the vehicle by breaking the window and were then able to wake the male. Investigation revealed w/m David Klein DOB 9-11-78 was illegally in possession of the narcotics and was DUI. Once medically cleared he was transported to B.A.T. where he was processed for DUI refusing to provide a urine sample. The Mercedes was held for forfeiture and Mr. Klein was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-29928 1613 hrs Agg Battery 700 N Congress Ave
    Davis, Bobby (b/m 12-21-80) was arrested for having caused significant injuries to another subject by striking him repeatedly. Davis was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-29955 2033 hrs Poss Firearm by Convicted Felon 100 SE 5th Ave
    Pratt, Tommie (b/m 12-28-72) was arrested for driving with a suspended license, habitual offender. Pratt was also found to be in possession of a .40 cal handgun, after having been convicted of a felony in 2009. Pratt was processed and TOT PBCJ.


Overnight Incidents for June 24, 2011

 

  • 11-29534 0005 hrs Traffic Stop  2100 Block of S. Seacrest
    After observing a traffic infraction at the 2100 Block of S. Seacrest, Officers activated there emergency equipment and attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a 2011, white Chevy Impala at the 1500 block of S. Seacrest.  The vehicle refusing to stop traveled West bound on Woolbright Road and onto the North bound entrance ramp of I95, where Officers observed multiple baggies being thrown from the windows.  The vehicle finally came to rest on the North bound entrance ramp where the driver was taken into custody for fleeing and eluding.  The passenger was found to have what later was identified as cocaine powder on the front of his shirt.  One baggie containing .1gram of cocaine was recovered outside of the vehicle where Officers observed it being thrown out of the window.  Both driver and passenger were TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidnets for June 23, 2011

  • 11-29311 1814 hrs Stolen Vehicle  1540 Stonehaven Dr
    Victim advises that on 05-29-11 her vehicle (1995 gray in color, Honda Civic) was taken without her permission by a known suspect. The vehicle was given to her by a third party who was out of the country causing a delay in reporting the incident.
        

Overnight Incidents for June 22, 2011

  • 11-29138 1748 hrs Burglary Residence 1507 Meadows Cir W
    Victim advises between 0330 hours and 1730 hours this date unknown person(s) pried open the front  door and removed jewelry, a Acer Laptop and Vizio 20” TV from the residence.  Estimated loss $2100.00.
  • 11-29143 1824 hrs Burglary Auto 1204 Asbury Way
    Victim advises sometime between 1800 hours on 6/20/11 and 0800 hours this date unknown subject entered his 02 white Chevrolet Astro van and removed his wallet and his cell phone. 
  • 11-29210 0101 hrs Burglary Business 240 N Congress Ave
    Units responded to Kingdom Buffet reference an open door.  Upon arrival officers observed the window to the door on the north side of the business shattered and the door ajar.  Search of the building yield negative results for any person(s) inside.  A metal bar was located on the floor of the business and video shows an unknown male wearing a long sleeve hooded shirt and long pants smash the window and enter the business by unlocking the door. Once inside suspect removes $700.00 from a drawer next to the cash register (register and money inside untouched).  Crime scene responded and yielded positive results. 


 Overnight Incidents for June 21, 2011

  • 11-28946 1703 hrs Retail Theft 301 N Federal Hwy
    Elias, Sami (w/m 8-15-57) was arrested for the use of an anti-shoplifting counter measure device, and retail theft. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-28952 1730 hrs Burglary Residence 120 S Atlantic Dr E
    Between 0700 and 1715 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s home by breaking a window. Once inside they stole approximately $1848 worth of electronics. Crime scene and witness canvas met with negative results.
  • 11-28971 1932 hrs Burglary Residence 2808 S Evergreen Cir
    Between 0630 and 1530 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence through an unsecured front door. Once inside a 1 kt diamond ring was stolen. Crime scene and witness canvas met with negative results. Total loss estimated at $1790.

Overnight Incidents for June 15, 2011 - June 20, 2011

  • 11-28798 1647 hrs 1005 N. Seacrest Blvd Grand Theft
    Two B/M suspects entered the open business and found the clerk asleep in the back of the store. One removed approximately $350.00 from the register while the other kept watch on the clerk. Both then exited and departed on foot.
  • 11-28833 2018 hrs 604 NW 1st Ave Burglary Occurred between 9/18/11 and this date. Suspect(s) removed an A/C unit from the fenced backyard of a vacant residence.
  • 11-28834 2021 hrs 2861 S. Seacrest Blvd Strongarm Robbery
    Victim was approached by a H/M while walking near Bethesda. The suspect made threats to batter the victim and then forcibly removed his wallet before fleeing southbound on foot. No injuries.
  • 11-28735 0458 hours 700 NW 6th Ave. Warrant Arrest
    During a traffic stop it was learned that W/M Pino, Noarian 07-18-82 had an outstanding warrant for Grand Theft and Fraud and was also driving on a suspended license.  Pino was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-28764 1124 hours 200 W. BBB Blvd. Poss. Of Cocaine
    W/M Bassett, Stephen 07/03/63 was arrested after crack cocaine was located in his vehicle during a traffic stop.  Bassett was TOT PBCJ and his white Ford Explorer was held for forfeiture.
  • 11-28706 2149 hrs  Armed Robbery 1901 N. Seacrest Blvd. (Ezell Hester Center)
    Victim reported he was walking through the park when he was approached by a B/M (5-07, 200 Lbs, wearing black clothing and black “Scream” mask) wielding one gun in each hand. Suspect fired one round into the air and then took a wallet belonging to the victim. Suspect last seen running southbound from the park. A perimeter was set up and K-9 was utilized with negative results for locating the suspect.
  • 11-28522 1757 hrs Armed Robbery Arrests 2308 SE 4th St.
    Victims reported pulling into the driveway at a vacant residence waiting to meet acquaintances, so that they may follow them to another location to buy $20.00 in marijuana. Two males arrived in a small white pickup truck and exited. One male brandished a handgun and another had an item in his hand that resembled a long crowbar. The males demanded money. A cell phone and vehicle keys were taken from the victim’s and the subjects left. The subjects were personally known to one of the victim’s as W/M, Kyle Smith, 10/29/86; and W/M, James Lachenauer, 02/23/90. A ruse phone call between a victim and the suspects was arranged to obtain the stolen vehicle keys for $200.00. Suspects arrived at the 100 block of SE 22nd Ave. in an attempt to case the area for any police involvement prior to them arranging a meeting place, however; stumbled upon several police units lying in wait. Smith fled on-foot but was apprehended. Lachenauer was still seated in the white pickup truck when he was taken into custody. The cell phone and vehicle keys were recovered from the area Smith had run to. Both subjects charged with Armed Robbery and were TOT to Jail.
  • 11-28557 2214 hrs Trespass Occupied Structure 312 SW 13th Ave.
    W/M, Darryl Snow, 11/09/64, was arrested for Trespass Occupied Structure and Resisting Arrest without Violence after investigation revealed that he was found by the resident inside the laundry room and he told the resident that he was there to fix the washing machine. Snow was a neighbor, however; he did not have permission to enter the residence, nor was he ever requested to fix any appliance. Snow physically resisted efforts to place him into a police vehicle for transport. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-28235 2159 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 100 W MLK Blvd As a result of a traffic stop Davis, Terrance (b/m 9-12-87) was arrested for possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.

Overnight Incidents for June 14, 2011

  • 11-27855 1623 hrs Strong Arm Robbery  1500 N. Federal Hwy
    Victim reported he was punched in the face by a B/M (wearing black shirt, black shorts, beaded hair, and a “do-rag”) and then asked, “Where’s the money?” The male took victim’s I-Phone from his hand and victim gave the subject his wallet. Subject entered as a passenger in a green/sea-green Pontiac Grand Prix with tinted windows. Vehicle was last seen driving south on S. Federal Hwy. Driver of vehicle described as B/M wearing a black shirt and black hairnet with shoulder length dread-locks. Total loss is $350.00.
  • 11-27884 1927 hrs Warrant Arrest 812 NW 8th Ave.
    B/M, Benson Boulin, 06/14/87, arrested for Failure to Appear Traffic warrant. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-27887 1943 hrs Warrant Arrest 2821 S. Federal Hwy.
    W/M, Richard Procopio, 11/30/83, arrested for Failure to Appear Retail Theft warrant. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-27909 0016 hrs Warrant Arrest 100 SE 5th Ave.
    B/M, Jimes Ferinand, 11/16/85, arrested for Failure to Appear Traffic warrant. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for June 10, 2011- June 13, 2011

  • 11-27226 Burglary Residence 604 NW 26th Ct. 1724 hrs
    Unknown subject entered the enclosed courtyard of the residence between 0700 and 1630 hours, removing several piles of stored electrical wire. Total loss is $500.00. Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-27384 Poss Cocaine, Marijuana, DWLS Habitual 500 W Gateway Blvd 1848 hrs
    Flerme, Avnel (b/m 8-3-90) was arrested for the above charges incident to a traffic stop. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 11-27480 – Burglary Auto, 2764 SW 10th St, 0935hrs
    Occurred over night to an unsecured ’04 Hummer H2, loss est at $3200.00.
  • 11-27481 – Burglary Fenced Compound, 100 New Lake Drive, 0933hrs
    Over night unknown suspects stole two exterior A/C units from the side of the office. Approx loss of $10,000.00, C/S positive. 
  • 11-27476 Vandalism Auto, 62 Meadows Drive, 0839hrs 
    Occurred over night to a ’01 Toyota, unknown suspects broke out the windshield and passenger windows causing approx $1000.00 in damage. 
  • 11-27653 Batt LEO, R/A w/o, Poss Marijuana under 20gms, 8203 Mahogany Dr, 1159hrs
    Officers were investigating a domestic disturbance and in the course of same w/f Christina Lopez DOB 05-25-91 refused to ID herself and battered Ofc. Rini (no injury). She was subsequently arrested and .6gms marijuana was discovered on her person. TOT PBCJ. 
  • 11-27656 Burglary Auto, 650 N. Congress Ave, 1216hrs
    While shopping unknown suspects entered the victim’s secured ’11 Ford F350 stealing a CD case containing approx. $200.00 in misc Cd’s. C/S negative. 
  • 11-27696 1833 hrs Burglary Auto 801 N Congress Ave 1833 hrs
    Between 1140 and 1820 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by damaging the door lock. Once inside they stole miscellaneous electronics. Total loss is estimated at $700. Crime scene was negative. 
  • 11-27739 Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 500 S Seacrest Blvd 0004 hrs As a result of a traffic stop, Green, Vincent (b/m 3-23-93) was arrested for possession of marijuana under 20 grams. He was processed and released with a NTA. 


Overnight Incidents for June 9, 2011

  

  • 11-27048 1611 hrs Burglary Residence  1721 Stonehaven Dr. #5
    Unknown subject entered the residence between 0900 and 1600 hours by breaking the lock of a front window and opening it. Electronics and jewelry were taken. Total loss is $7,700.00. No suspect information at this time.
  • 11-27099 2248 hrs   Strong Arm Robbery  2515 NE 2nd Ct. (Village Royale)
    Victim reported unknown B/M wearing dark clothing ran up from behind as she was walking in the parking lot to her residence. The subject grabbed her by the neck and began pulling on her purse. Victim held onto her purse as subject pulled, however; the purse strap broke and the subject ran away with it southbound. Victim did not see where the subject ran to, however; she observed a dark colored pickup truck parked nearby take off with no lights on.
      

Overnight Incidents for June 8, 2011

  • 11-26983  1836 hrs Affray 201 NW 9th Court
    B/M Wright, Ryan 10/21/83 was arrested after engaging in a fight at Sara Sims Park over a Facebook posting. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-26937  2357 hrs GTA 1151 n Congress Ave
    Victim’s 94 Black Honda Accord FL tag M613MZ was taken from Cinemark parking lot.

Overnight Incidents for June 7, 2011

  • 11-26705 1605 hrs Uttering Forged Instrument 574 E Woolbright Rd
    Labastille, Bartholomeo (b/m 6-25-74) was arrested after he tried to cash a fraudulent check in the amount of $886.21. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-26722 1739 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 grams 129 E Ocean Ave
    Erol-Rosa, Barbara (w/f 7-30-77) was arrested after she was found to be in possession of .5 grams of marijuana. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-26744 1911 hrs Burglary Residence 37 Misty Meadows Dr
    Between 0800 and 1900 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by breaking a window. Once inside they stole a computer. Total loss estimated at $2075. Crime scene was negative.

Overnight Incidents for June 3, 2011 - June 6, 2011

  • 11-26585 1850 hrs DUI Arrest 500 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    W/M, Henry Hanbury, 08/20/51, arrested for DUI after investigation revealed he was operating a vehicle while intoxicated when he collided with several vehicles stopped at a red light. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-26607 2302 hrs Burglary Residence 341 NE 23rd Ave.
    Unknown person broke into the residence by breaking a window between 1800 and 2300 hours, removing several electronics and several pieces of jewelry. Total loss is $2,185.00.
  • 11-26413 1611 hrs Burglary Residence 1861 NE 1st ST.
    Unknown person entered the fenced yard of the residence sometime between 06/02 at 1730 hours and today’s date, removing an A/C unit from its foundation. Subject then pried open the rear sliding glass door and removed an A/C handler and a Maytag washer and dryer from within. Total loss is $5840.00.
  • 11-26454 2018 hrs Burglary Residence  644 Potter Rd.
    Unknown person entered the residence on 06/04 between 0300 and 0400 hours by breaking the sliding glass door. Unknown what was taken at this time.
  • 11-26476 2323 hrs Warrant Arrest 407 NW 15th Ave.
    B/M, Kamara Ruise, 01/05/73, was arrested for an active warrant for FTA Resisting Arrest without Violence. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-26344 19 So. Cross Cir Burglary-auto
    I pod and I pod charger were removed from victims 1994 Honda Accord
  • 11-26348 1600 So. Fed Hwy.  Assault on LEO
    Officer Felter conducted a lawful traffic stop on a blue 2011 Hyundai Fl tag 585TTU, the driver was George Michael Spadaccini 11-09-67.  Spadaccini engaged police with,  “I laugh when police officers get shot,  like Assholes like you”!  Sgt. McNevin replied, “Sir you are free to leave”.  Spadaccini replied by stating, “You're free to get shot up”  and made an furtive movement reaching under his car seat as if retrieving a weapon. Spadaccini was directed out of the vehicle and placed under arrest, handcuffed (D/L).
  • 11-26288 2127 hrs Burglary Church 560 NW 10th Ave.
    Between 06/02 at 1800 and today’s date, unknown subject kicked in the rear door of the church and removed a computer valued at $900.00. Crime scene negative.

Overnight Incidents for June 2, 2011

  • 11-25921 1725 hrs  Burglary 438 SW 8th Ave Between 5-29-11 and today’s date suspect(s) unknown entered the fenced yard of the above residence and stole the victim’s Comfort Star A/C unit valued at $1500. The exterior shed had also been pried open and rummaged through. Crime scene was negative. 

Overnight Incidents for June 1, 2011

  • 11-25735 1725 hrs Grand Theft 202 NW 9th Ave.
    Community Deliverance Church reported someone removed a Goodman Air Conditioning Unit from the rear of the church between 0100 and 1700 hrs, taking the internal components only. Total loss is $1,500.00.
  • 11-25747 1854 hrs Burglary Church 202 NE 11th Ave.
    Christ Tabernacle Church reported someone cannibalized two Trane Air Conditioning Units for the copper and aluminum within between May 29 at 2330 and today’s date. They also reported that a third unit had been stolen on May 23rd, but did not report it. Total loss is $9000.00. All units were located within the fenced property.
  • 11-25789 2300 hrs Armed Robbery 1325 S. Congress Ave.
    Victim was dumping trash at the dumpster when he observed a white Chrysler 300 in the parking lot. He was approached by two B/M’s, one of them removed a firearm from his waistline and pointed it at victim’s head while they demanded his wallet. Victim’s wallet was handed over, but it did not contain any money. The wallet was thrown to the ground and the suspects threatened to kill the victim if he called the police. Subjects were last seen driving southbound on S. Congress Ave. Victim remained at the dumpster for several minutes before driving home. He did not call the police for approximately 15 minutes, due to the threat made to him. Only one suspect was described: B/M, 6-00 to 6-03, shoulder length dreads, mustache, black shirt, and black pants.

Overnight Incidents for May 28, 2011 - May 31, 2011

  • 11-25077 2127 hrs  Burglary Residence 96 Via De Casas Norte
    Between 0800 and 2125 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by shattering a window. Once inside the residence they stole approximately $2160 worth of jewelry and electronics. Crime scene and neighbor canvas met with negative results.
  • 11-25209 1905 hrs Burglary Automobile 1775 N Congress Ave
    Between 1805 and 1905 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by prying back her window. Stolen from the vehicle was a Coach purse and its contents. Total loss estimated at $2325. Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-25239 2226 hrs Assault on LEO 200 NE 10th Ave
    Alexander, Frankie (b/m 5-2-84) was arrested after he threatened to assault officers who were conducting an extra patrol at the above location. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-25264 0118 Burglary Residence 10304 Mahogany Dr
    Between 5-28-11 at 2000 hrs and 5-29-11 at 0100 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by kicking in the front door. As of this writing the victim is uncertain of what has been stolen. Crime scene consisted of a single boot print to the front door.
  • 11-25429  Throwing a Deadly Missile into an Occupied Dwelling, 2861 S. Seacrest Blvd # 4C, 2339hrs
    Victim reports an unknown suspect threw a five pound rock through their living room window while they were asleep in their bedroom. Victim then heard a vehicle leave the parking lot of the complex at a high rate of speed. Victim can not provide any suspect info or motive for the assault. C/S negative and damage est at $75.00.
  • 11-25588 2246 hrs 51 Miner Rd Stolen Vehicle
    Brown 1999 Toyota Avalon, FL-159NYZ stolen from driveway this date. Owner is in possession of keys, N/FCIC entry completed.
  • 11-25586 2340 hrs  6 Crossings Cir- F Burglary- Residence
    Occurred this date. Suspect(s) pried open the front door of the residence and removed approximately $1000.00 in electronics, along with some personal documents.
  • 11-25477 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd  Poss Marijuana Kalicia Bertrand (B/M 09/04/1990) had two active warrants; VOP warrant and FTA warrant.  Search incident to arrest found Bertrand to have marijuana in his possession.
  • 11-25464 2103 NE 3rd Ct Burglary-occupied residence
    At 0635 hrs, the homeowner’s niece left the residence by taxi.  Moments later, a male entered the rear door (A newly constructed and installed door that was unsecured).  Upon entry into the residence the male encountered the female homeowner in the kitchen and fled without taking anything.  A perimeter was established and the male escaped the area.  Discarded property from the suspect was retrieved.  No crime scene was possible due to the condition of the area in question.
  • 11-25470 120 NE 12 Ave Burglary-auto
    Between 1800-0700 hrs unknown person(s) entered victims 07’ Ford and removed his wallet.
  • 11-25476  218 NE 12 Ave Burglary-auto
    A 08’ Saturn was entered @ 0845 hrs and a Kenneth Cole wallet was removed.
  • 11-25488  2401 NW 7TH ST Burglary-auto
    Smashed window on a 07’ Hyundai; nothing taken
  • 11-25493 601 NW 25th Ave (Canterbury) Burglary-auto
    Smashed window-nothing taken.

Overnight Incidents for May 27, 2011

  • 11-24888 1632 hrs Burglary Auto 2605 W. Woolbright Rd. (Mobil)
    Victim reported someone entered her vehicle and removed her purse while she was pumping gas. Total loss is $250.00. Witnesses had seen a B/M wearing a white knit cap exit victim’s vehicle and enter a red Dodge Stratus.
  • 11-24890 1648 hrs Warrant Adult 100 block South I-95
    W/M, Joaquin Barreda, 06/13/78, arrested for several outstanding traffic related warrants after he was stopped for Unlawful Speed. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-24902 1742 hrs Burglary Auto 31 Hawthorn Ln.
    Victim reported an unknown person entered his vehicle and stole a Sony Xplod Stereo and amplifier along with a Pioneer subwoofer between 05/25 at 2100 hours and 05/26 at 0800 hours. Total loss is $650.00.
  • 11-24923 2117 hrs Possession Narcotics 701 Rider Rd. (Apt. 8)
    B/M, Patrick Lowe, 05/19/88, was arrested for an outstanding warrant for Fleeing & Eluding. Subsequent to arrest, Lowe had in his possession one Xanax pill and was charged with Possession of Schedule 4 without a Prescription. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-24932 2255 hrs Burglary Business (Smash & Grab) 1147 S. Federal Hwy. (Citgo)
    Officer responded to the business for a general alarm. Upon arrival, the glass to the front door was smashed out. No subjects were located within. A Ruby Gas Pump cash register (valued at $8,000.00) was stolen from the countertop and $200.00 was removed from a cabinet.
  • 11-24933 2259 hrs Theft from Business 2007 S. Federal Hwy. (Ralph & Rosie’s)
    Witnesses advised a Hispanic male (5-06 in height with facial hair, wearing a blue hat, blue windbreaker, blue jeans) was observed reaching over to the inside bar cash register and removing money. Subject fled the area headed westbound on foot. Total loss is $126.00.

Overnight Incidents for May 25, 2011 - May 26, 2011

  • 11-24783 2141 hrs 815 W. Boynton Bch Blvd Stolen Vehicle
    Occurred between 0800 and 2100 hours this date. Black Honda CBR motorcycle bearing FL tag 07340R was stolen from the parking lot near building 10. N/FCIC entry completed.
  • 11-24786  2155 hrs 510 SW 1st St Cultivation of Marijuana
    B/M Jesse Duncans 5/10/85 was arrested for cultivating marijuana and resisting arrest W/O violence subsequent to a patrol investigation. A search warrant was obtained and 40 marijuana plants were seized, along with a handgun and numerous items of paraphernalia. Duncans was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 11-24578 1609 hrs Agg Battery 501 SE 18th Ave
    Osowsky, Marcia (w/f 12-9-65) was arrested after investigation revealed that she had stolen a $24 bottle of wine from Publix. While attempting to flee the scene Osowsky intentionally struck a pregnant female with her vehicle while demanding that the victim move or Osowsky would run her over. Osowsky was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-24437 1830 hrs  Burglary Residence 111 NE 9th Ave
    Between 1700 hrs on 5-20 and 1830 hrs 5-23, suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s rental property. Once inside the suspect stole a 3’ section of copper pipe from the water heater, this in turned caused water to spray inside the home doing over $6000 in damage. Crime scene was negative.

Overnight Incidents for May 24, 2011

  • 11-24437 1830 hrs  Burglary Residence 111 NE 9th Ave
    Between 1700 hrs on 5-20 and 1830 hrs 5-23, suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s rental property. Once inside the suspect stole a 3’ section of copper pipe from the water heater, this in turned caused water to spray inside the home doing over $6000 in damage. Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-24443 1901 hrs Battery 170 NW 14th Ct
    Charges filed against Cain, Brian (w/m 11-8-74) for having battered one of his tenants.

Overnight Incidents for May 19, 2011 - May 23, 2011

  • 11-23980 0632 hours 900 Old Boynton Rd. Hit and Run no injures/Poss. Marijuna/No DL
    Units responded to the area of 900 Old Boynton Rd. in reference to a vehicle crash.  While officers were in route to the call, a witness advised that a B/M had fled from the vehicle running WB.  After a short foot pursuit the driver B/M Sherman L Griffin 06/12/92 was arrested.  He was also charged with marijuana under 20 grams and no DL.  It should be noted that Griffin caused approx. $`100,000 worth of damage.
  • 11-23997 1003 hours 1147 W. Gateway Blvd. Traffic Crash/THI call out.
    Subject was riding his motorcycle to the rear of the warehouse when for unknown reasons he lost control the bike and struck his head on the pavement causing what appeared to be serious head injuries.  As of this writing he is at Delray Medical Center as a trauma alert.
  • 11-24008 1138 hours 2039 S. Seacrest Blvd. #D Burg. Res. Delayed.
    Victim states between 1630 hours yesterday and 11 hours today unknown suspects gained access to the residence and took several items to include tools.  It should be noted that in the attic you are able to access multiple units and it appears entry was made this way.
  • 11-24282 2116 hrs Aggravated Assault 2015 S. Federal Hwy.
    W/M, Robert Craige, 09/13/75, was arrested for Aggravated Assault and Criminal Mischief. Investigation revealed he yelled, “Come here!” to the victim and began running after her when she ran away. Craige then returned to his vehicle and drove after the victim when he discovered her hiding outside at a nearby church. Upon locating her he yelled that he was going to kill her and proceeded to drive his vehicle towards her, leaving the roadway, and crashing through 3 foot high bushes. The vehicle became stuck on the bushes. Victim stated that Craige would have struck her if the vehicle had not been stopped by the bushes. Damage to the bushes is approximately $400.00.
  • 11-23850 1600 hrs Burglary Auto 4280 Key Lime Blvd.
    Victim reported an unknown person entered their unsecured vehicle between 5/19 at 2300 hours and 5/20 at 0600 hours, removing his IPOD NANO and IPOD cradle. Total loss is $125.00.
  • 11-23869 1737 hrs Burglary Auto 850 W. Gateway Blvd.
    Victim observed her purse missing from the front driver’s seat after she had finished pumping gas at Mobil gas station. Inside the purse was $1,700.00 cash.
  • 11-23912 2104 hrs Child Neglect Arrest 801 N. Congress Ave.
    B/M, Saint Armand Jean, 03/12/79, was arrested after investigation revealed he left a 2 and 4 YOA unattended in a play area and was away from them for approximately 15 minutes. The children were found by Mall Security swimming in the center court water fountain. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for May 18, 2011

  • 11-23426 2015 hrs Armed Robbery 1300 block SW 1st ST.
    Victims reported arriving in the area to sell some cell phones to someone that contacted them through Craig’s List. As they stopped the vehicle, two B/M’s entered and pointed handguns at them, demanding that they give them “everything”. Victims gave suspects two Iphones, a Blackberry, two wallets containing miscellaneous cards and documents, and the vehicle keys. Total loss is $720.00. The suspects exited victim’s vehicle and were seen entering an older model black Nissan Pathfinder. The suspects were described as approx. 6'00", muscular build, dark skin, wearing red hats, white shirts, and jeans.  The vehicle had tint and factory size chrome wheels.
  • 11-23466 0137 hrs Burglary Structure Church of God Universal, 121 NW 8th Ave.
    Units responded to the church reference an alarm. Upon arrival they discovered one of the windows broken and evidence of fresh blood loss within. The church was cleared of any suspects. Nothing appeared to be taken at this time.
      

Overnight Incidents for May 17, 2011

  • 11-23210 1832 hrs Animal Cruelty Arrest 1600 Renaissance Commons Blvd. North
    W/F, Rhonda Snorek, 03/12/62, arrested after investigation revealed she was intoxicated and was observed punching her small pug-mixed dog with a closed-fist several times after it ran away from her. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-23227 1952 hrs Burglary Auto 8220 White Rock Cir.
    Victim reported that someone entered his vehicle sometime between 05/14 at 2330 hours and 05/15 at 1000 hours and stole his Blackberry cell phone and IBM laptop. Total loss is $834.00. Vehicle possibly left unsecured.
  • 11-23228 2000 hrs Burglary Auto 1505 NE 1st St.
    Victim discovered her change purse was missing from her vehicle that she left parked with the windows in the down position between 1730 and 1900 hours. The change purse contained credit cards, license, and SSN card. Total loss is $17.00.
  • 11-23248 2145 hrs  Delayed Armed Robbery  801 N. Congress Ave.
    Victim reported that she was parked near the east entrance of the mall in her vehicle (with all windows in down position) when she observed a B/M and W/M exit a gray four door vehicle (possible Ford or Mercury). The W/M then entered her vehicle and pointed a gun at her head. The B/M stood outside of her vehicle and he pointed a black rifle type weapon at her. The W/M then grabbed her purse and took $50.00 from within and then punched her on the rear of her head. She was ordered to drive away. The suspects returned to their vehicle and left the area. Investigation on-going.
  • 11-23260 2251 hrs Possession with Intent to Sell 1629 NE 3rd St.
    B/M, Fredrick Lee, 10/16/85, was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 9.1 grams TPW of crack cocaine. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for May 13, 2011 - May 16, 2011

  • 11-23096 Burglary Residence 1525 NE 1st Street  0108hrs
    Victim returned home from work to discover unknown person(s) entered the residence by removing the lock to the front door.  Once inside unknown person(s) removed two TV’s and a DVD player.  Estimated loss $870.00.
  • 11-23105 Burglary Residence/Attempt  919 NW 1st Street 0147hrs
    Officers responded to the residence reference an alarm.  Upon arrival officers located a window that had been broken and in the open possession.  Home owner advised that nothing appeared to be missing/disturbed.
  • 11022782 07:55 hrs Theft Auto Accessories  3185 E Atlantic Ave.
    Victim advised that Fl Tag BG6428 was stolen from a 1970 Volvo. Tag entered into NCIC/FCIC.
  • 11022801 10:46 hrs Burglary Auto 1108 Via Lugano Cir.
    Victim advised that his vehicle was left unsecured, taken from the interior was a gate opener for the community. Management notified, gate opener was deactivated.
  • 11-22694 1950 hrs Warrant (Adult) 1601 N. Congress Ave 
    During a traffic stop, B/M Aaron Davon Thomas 10-11-74 was found to have an active warrant for FTA "Failure to Pay Traffic ".  He was processed and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 11- 22477 1750 hrs  3215 E. Atlantic Dr  Burglary-Residence
    Occurred this date between 0630 and 1830 hours. Suspect(s) entered the residence via a shattered window and removed three video game systems, as well as numerous items of jewelry from within. Total loss was approximated at $7300.00. The three game systems (two Nintendo DS portables, and one Wii console) were entered into N/FCIC as stolen.
  • 11-22525   2148 hrs 409 W. Boynton Bch Blvd Strong-Arm Robbery
    Officers responded to Lloyd’s Coin Laundry in reference to a report of a robbery. Two B/M’s in their early 20’s, one with dreadlocked hair (NOI), forcibly removed the victim’s gold bracelet and purse from her person and fled the area on foot toward NW 3rd St. A perimeter was established and two K-9 teams deployed. The victim was not injured.
  • 11-22532 2355 hrs 1333 N Congress Ave  Burglary-Auto
    Occurred this date between 2145 and 2355 hours in the Bru’s Room parking lot. Suspect(s) shattered the driver’s side rear window of victim’s 2006 Toyota and removed a briefcase valued at $100.00.

Overnight Incidents for May 12, 2011

  • 11-22284 1734 hrs Burglary Residence 209 SE 1st Ave.
    Victim reported an unknown person entered the residence by breaking a window between 0740 and 1720 hours, stealing miscellaneous jewelry. Total loss is $6,250.00.
      

Overnight Incidents for May 10, 2011

  • 11-21991 Burglary Residence 2516 NE 4th Court
    Victim advises sometime between 0400 and 2045 hours this date unknown person(s) entered the residence via the window.  Once inside, suspect(s) took victim’s laptop, a watch, and a Schwinn Bicycle.  Estimated value $930.00

Overnight Incidents for May 7, 2011 - May 9, 2011

  • 11-21783 1819 hrs 200 NE 6th Ave  Flee/Elude, DWLS
    B/M Aaron Stevenson 8/31/86 was arrested for fleeing/eluding, DWLS, and resisting arrest W/O violence after failing to stop for a traffic infraction. He was issued several citations and TOT the PBCJ.
  • 11-21787 1846 hrs 105 SE 12th Ave Burglary Attempt
    Occurred between 0800 and 1800 hrs this date. Victim found the screens cut on several of the home’s windows; however, no entry was made. CS negative, no suspect info.
  • 11-021722 1091 Fairfax Cir West Burglary-residential
    It is believed between 0115 and 0130 unknown persons forcibly entered the garage area of residence by pushing in a window A/C unit.  The only thing taken was a four year old German Shepherd named ‘Bigfoot’ 
  • 11-21631 2024 hrs 2553 SW 10th Ct Stolen Vehicle
    1999 silver Lincoln Continental bearing FL tag K914QL taken from driveway. Keys are with the vehicle, N/FCIC entry completed.
  • 11-021547  1411 NW 3rd St Domestic violence arrest
    13-year-old Juvenile was arrested for battering her mother while the mother was driving.  Juvenile was sent to JAC
  • 11-021564 930 Isles Rd Burglary-fenced compound
    Unknown person(s) entered the rear fenced yard of victim and removed a 3500 ton AC Compressor and all 18 of his aluminum hurricane shutters.  Total loss $7,500.
  • 11-21465 1717 hrs Child Neglect 2108 Mahogany Dr
    Gonzalez, Moises (w/m 3-3-80) was arrested in reference to the above charge after investigation revealed that he left his four children at home unattended. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-21517 2249 hrs DUI 1151 N Congress Ave
    Capobianco, Christine (w/f 5-7-63) was arrested after investigation revealed she was operating a vehicle while intoxicated. While being processed she provided two lawful samples of her breath with results of .217 and .212 grams of alcohol per 210 liters of breath. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-21525 2323 hrs  Burglary Residence 818 SE 3rd St
    Between 2200 and 2323 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by breaking out a window. Once inside they stole approximately $3200 worth of jewelry. Crime scene was negative for latent prints, but a screwdriver was recovered and seized into evidence.

Overnight Incidents for May 6, 2011

  • 11-21356 Dis. Intox/RA/IOC  1500 W. Gateway 2316 hrs
    Officer Joseph arrested w/m Joshua Mandel at the above location as Mandel placed an Iphone actively recording in Officer Joseph’s face chanting, “First Amendment” over and over causing the substantial crowd to surround Officer Joseph.  Entire shift responded.  Mandel t.o.t. PBCJ.
  • 11-21360 Obstruction 1500 W. Gateway 2316 hrs
    b/m Deanell Gilmore was arrested as he placed his hand on Officer Ryan and obstructed Officer Ryan as he arrested and escorted the arrestee for 11-21356.  Gilmore t.o.t. PBCJ

Overnight Incidents for May 5, 2011

  • 11-21165 Grand Theft  3553 High Ridge Rd 1934hrs
    Charles Ludwig reported that he observed a Powhatan brass Y connector ($600.00) had been removed from a pipe connection on the north side of the building. The connector is used by BBFR to pump water into the building if ever necessary.
      

Overnight Incidents for May 4, 2011

  • 11-20940 1559 hrs  Burglary Residence  701 SE 4th St., Apt. W
    Victim reported that an unknown person stole a Nikon D20 camera valued at $3,300.00 from her living room sometime between 04/29 and today’s date. No forced entry to residence.
       

Overnight Incidents for May 3, 2011

  • 11-20740 1558 hrs Strong-arm Robbery  1500 Corporate Dr. (Lowe’s)
    W/M, Domenick Watson, 01/16/63, arrested after investigation revealed he concealed $112.00 worth of circuit breakers on his person and attempted to leave the store without paying for the merchandise. When an LPO intercepted him, Watson pushed into the LPO. Watson continued to physically resist the efforts of the LPO to detain him while in possession of the stolen items. Watson TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-20811 2221 hrs  Possession Narcotics  701 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. (Wendy’s)
    W/M, Ryan Luciano, 05/23/78, arrested after investigation revealed he was in a parked vehicle in the parking lot and was in the process of utilizing red straws and tinfoil to smoke several pills. In his possession were one pill of Alprazolam and three pills of Oxycodone, which Luciano did not have a prescription for. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for April 30, 2011 - May 2, 2011

  • 11-20620  1849 hrs Attempted Theft  131 Commerce Road
    Complainant B/M Richardson Deneus (DOB11/16/1987) reported observing two unknown B/Ms removing the four rear tires from the enterprise rental truck that the company uses to move their equipment. Believing they were legitimately working on the vehicle he went back inside the business and then returned outside to check on the work and discovered that the suspects had left the truck on wooden blocks with the tire removed in the rear. Nothing was actually stolen; he was unable to provide a clothing description or direction of travel for the suspects.
  • 11-20644 2151 hrs Burglary Auto 631 E. Woolbright Road
    W/f Eileen Barrett 04/26/70 reported her purse was removed from her 2006 silver Honda Accord bearing Fl tag DDS9L which was left unsecured as she was moving into her new residence.  $475.00 total loss.
  • 11-20538 – Burglary Business, Waste Management, 651 Industrial Way, 0504hrs
    Between 1700hrs yesterday and 0500hrs today unknown suspects cut the lock to the gate, drove inside the business compound and stole approx 18 tires for waste management trucks. Total in loss and damage est at $11,000.00. C/S called out DB notified.
  • 11-20556 – Simple Battery, 306 E. Ocean Ave, 1000hrs
    B/F Cathi Clinton DOB 10-21-72 was arrested and issued a NTA for hitting B/M Jameal Bost DOB 1-6-66 with her fists.
  • 11- 20541 – Burglary Cat Type, 2860 SW 4th St, 0537hrs
    Between 0000 – 0500hrs today unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence while they were sleeping via an unsecured window. Once inside approx $ 2041.00 in property was stolen (electronics). Point of exit determined to be the front door. C/S negative and victim could not provide any suspect information.
  • 11-20486 2029 hrs Warrant 1300 SE 1st Street
    During a traffic stop, W/M Terence Keane (DOB 10-30-1979) was found to have several outstanding warrants for traffic violations.  He was arrested, processed and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 11-20492 2122 hrs Burglary Auto 101 NE 5th Ave
    b/f Claire Girtman-Gayle reported that someone entered her unlocked black 2008 Chrysler Aspen bearing FL Tag # A677WR while it was parked in the parking lot between 2050 and 2120 hours.  Taken was her designer handbag and its contents, which she had left underneath the driver’s seat. Total loss $125.00
  • 11-20495 2137 hrs Robbery 109 E. Boynton Beach Blvd
    W/M David Ellis reported two B/Ms had snatched $2.00 cash and a 1/5 bottle of Absolute Vodka ($18.00) that he had just purchased as he walked out of the store.   They got into a white Honda (no tag) and drove west toward I-95 on Boynton Beach Blvd.  A refusal to prosecute was completed.
  • 11-20499 2206 hrs Warrant 1500 W. Gateway Blvd
    B/M Wilson, Ladarius J. (12/31/1992) was found to have (4) outstanding warrants when officers responded to Caliente Kitchen for a disturbance call.  He was processed and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 11-20523 0039 hrs Burglary Residence 1402 Asbury Way
    w/f Caroline Vinhais reported someone entered her residence sometime between 1600 hours on 4/30/11 and 0035 hours on 5/1/11 and removed several items (42" LCD TV ($1000) 2 laptop computers to include an Apple Mac Book ($1000) and an HP 17inch white laptop ($1000). A Nintendo Wii ($300) game system and a Sony Playstation 3 ($500).  A cut screen enclosure and unsecured window was found in the residence. 
  • 11-20524  0119 hrs Battery 1333 N. Congress (Bru’s Room)
    W/M Timthy Nowak 10-11-79 was arrested for striking w/m Patrick Berry 08/02/1983 during a disturbance.  Victim Berry was then found to have an outstanding warrant.  Nowak was processed and released with an NTA, and Berry was TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 11-20379 – Warrant Arrest, 414 NW 4th Ave, 0926hrs  
    B/M Corey Newton DOB 7-10-77, Habitual Traffic Offender, no bond, TOT PBCJ
  • 11-20410 – Burglary Delayed, 616 New Lake Drive, 1250hrs
    Between 2300hrs on the 29th and 1230hrs today unknown suspects cut the patio screen to the victim’s residence and stole a $299.99 mountain bicycle. C/S negative, bicycle entered N/FCIC with a serial #.

Overnight Incidents for April 29, 2011

  • 11-20157 2129 hrs  Felony Retail Theft 501 SE 18th Ave. (Publix)
    B/M, Kirby Jordan, 05/18/58, arrested for stealing $50.51 worth of merchandise. Investigation revealed he had been convicted of more than two Retail Thefts in the past, so he was charged with Felony Retail Theft for today’s incident.
  • 11-20160 2209 hrs Warrant Arrest 501 SE 18th Ave. (Publix)  
    B/M, Kirby Jordan, 05/18/58, arrested for Failure To Appear (Retail Theft) warrant. TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for April 21, 2011 - April 27, 2011

  • 11-19037 0803 hours 101 Miner Rd. Cat Burglary
    Victim states sometime between the hours of 0300-0600 unknown suspect/s entered the residence via a rear door and removed a 46” flat screen television.  Crime scene responded to the scene.  No suspect seen by any of the four residents home at the time.
  • 11-19218 301 N. Seacrest Trespass arrest
    Myron King was arrested for trespass after warning for being in the 1st Baptist Church.  King had a documented trespass warning at this location on file.
  • 11-19215 250 N. Palm Dr. Strong arm robbery
    Jason J. Lee reported he was jumped and battered by three black males and relieved of $1,200 which was in his front pocket (cell phone/wallet were left untouched).
  • 11-19414 0606 hours 1110 NW 1st St. Cat Burglary
    Victim states that sometime between 0535-0545 hours unknown person entered the residence via an unsecure rear door and removed a 50” LCD TV and a 40” Toshiba flat screen TV and the victim’s wallet.  Victim states that he saw someone walking around the house using their cell phone to illuminate where they were walking but could not provide a description of the person.  Crime Scene was negative.
  • 11-19417 0824 hours 815 W. BBB. Stolen Vehicle
    Victim states that unknown person/s stole her 2006 gold Dodge Caravan bearing Fl. Tag 172MTA sometime between 2200-0820 hours.  Veh. entered into FCIC/NCIC.
  • 11-19438 1121 hours 703 SW 25th Ave. Criminal Mischief
    Contact was made with an AT&T employee who advised that one of their crossbox’s and other equipment had been destroyed.  The employee did advise that yesterday they had gotten into a confrontation with an unknown resident in reference to where they parked their vehicles and they believe he might be a suspect.  Total cost to repair damage could reach $100,000.  Further investigation needed.
  • 11-19447 1229 hours 32 Crossings Cr. #B Residential Burglary
    Victim states sometime between the hours of 1015-1215 unknown person/s entered his residence by prying open the front door.  Once inside several video games were taken.  Victim refused to have crime scene done.
  • 11-19574 – Warrant Arrest, 4895 Park Ridge Blvd, 1052hrs
    W/m Stephen Steen DOB 1-15-92, VOP, TOT PBCJ
  • 11-19588 – COV Arrest, 300 W. BBB, 1254hrs
    W/m Howard Myers DOB 5-8-45, solicitation of a ride, NTA issued.
  • 11-19690 – Burglary Auto(s), 100 New Lake Drive
    Overnight four autos were burglarized in the parking lot of the complex. Method of entry was primarily breaking windows. It appears as though electronic equipment was targeted. C/S negative.
  • 11-19724 – DWLS Arrest, 1500 S. Federal Hwy, 1005hrs B/m William Solomon DOB 6-2-76 was found to have a suspended license post traffic stop. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-19728 – Theft, 517 SW 1st Ct, 1002hrs
    Overnight unknown suspects stole four A/C units from the complex with a total value of $6000.00. C/S negative.
  • 11-19734 – G.T.A., 908 New Lake Drive, 1021hrs ’97 green Honda Accord, Fl Tag 696 MTB, entered N/FCIC
  • 11-19171  2227 hrs  I-95/Gateway Blvd Poss. Contraband
    W/M Larry Krasnick 1/29/43 was arrested for possession of marijuana under 20 grams and paraphernalia, subsequent to a traffic stop. He was released with a NTA.
  • 11-19310 1729 hrs Burglary Structure 1906 Palmland Dr. (Clubhouse) A representative advised that an unknown person entered the clubhouse through an unsecured door sometime between 2130 hours last night and today at 1700 hours. The clubhouse was found in disarray and several items were missing from within. A remote, three table top umbrellas, books, and a stereo were taken. Total loss is $350.00. No suspect information.
  • 11- 19471 1554 hrs Burglary Residence 1090 SW 24th Ave.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered the screened in pool patio between 04/20 and today’s date, removing a pool vacuum from the pool and a pool pump from the side of the residence. Total loss is $800.00. No suspect information. Residence is vacant.

Overnight Incidents for April 20, 2011

  • 11-18640 1642 hrs Burglary Auto 2403 S. Federal Hwy. (Sunoco Gas)
    Witness advised she observed a gray Buick drive next to the victim’s vehicle and a B/M passenger exited the Buick. The male then entered the victim’s vehicle and removed a purse. The vehicle left the area. Total loss is $1600.00.
  • 11-18657 1742 hrs Fleeing & Eluding Arrest 2600 S. Seacrest Blvd.
    Based upon the description of the suspect vehicle for the Auto Burglary at 2403 S. Federal Hwy. Officer Castro located a gray Buick LeSabre operated by B/M, Tristen Ellis, 10/07/90 shortly after. An investigative stop was conducted and the vehicle stopped at Mission Hill Rd. As the officer exited and walked to the suspect vehicle, Ellis accelerated and left the scene westbound. The officer returned to his vehicle with the intent to reinitiate a stop on the suspect vehicle, but observed that the vehicle had left at a high rate of speed, creating a considerable distance between them. The suspect vehicle approached a small rising bridge, where it went airborne a short distance and landed, however; the vehicle driver lost control and began swerving until it entered the open field at the end of Mission Hill Rd. and crashed into the side of a residence. Ellis fled from the vehicle, but was caught after a foot pursuit. Ellis will be charged with multiple crimes, but was not identified by the witness as the suspect for the auto burglary. No injuries to the occupants of residence. Building Department notified and assessed the safety of the residence.
  • 11-18663 1806 hrs Burglary Residence  117 NE 5th Ave.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered the residence through an unsecured window between 0630 and 1800 hours and removed a television and miscellaneous jewelry. Total loss is $600.00.
  • 11-18754 0105 hrs Stolen Auto 2771 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    Victim reported their 2006 silver Dodge Charger with VIN # 2B3KA43G66H406778 stolen. Unknown paper tag displayed.

Overnight Incidents for April 16, 2011 - April 19, 2011

  • 11-18290 1637hrs Theft (delayed) 85 Flamingo Road
    Victim B/F B/F Isaiah, Hattie (DOB 09/14/58) reported someone removed 2 Coach Purses and 1 Louis Vuitton purse from her bedroom closet.  There was no forced entry to the residence and no other items were missing.  Total loss $1400.00
  • 11-18320  2014 hrs Battery 1770 Stonehaven Dr #5
    Victim B/F Mashudu Leaka reported that she was in a physical altercation with B/F Umam Nadamase There were no visible injuries.   Suspect Nadamase was GOA.  Refusal to prosecute signed.
  • 11-18247  Burglary Auto, 500 SE 15th Ave, 0853hrs  
    Between 0800-0845hrs unknown suspects broke the driver’s window of the victim’s ’10 Honda Fl Tag 322 XXZ while in the parking lot of the plaza. Once inside the vehicles contents were rummaged through however nothing was stolen. $300.00 in damages, C/S negative.
  • 11-18057 – Shoplifting Arrest, 1500 Corporate Drive, 0754hrs   
    W/m Francisco Hernandez DOB 1-15-55 was arrested for stealing $279.00 worth of merchandise. Investigation revealed he had multiple prior convictions for retail theft. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-018022  2334 hrs Shoplifting/Poss of Oxycodone 1634 S Federal Hwy
    W/F Lauren Meyers DOB11/19/88 was arrested for Shoplifting at the Walgreens.  Search incident to arrest located Oxycoden and Marijuana on her person.  Meyers TOT to PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for April 15, 2011

  • 11-17794 1609 hrs Battery on Hospital Security 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd.
    W/M, Michael Ginger, 03/14/91, arrested after investigation revealed that he pulled a picture frame from a wall in Bethesda Hospital and threw it, which struck a hospital security guard. Ginger was angry for not being able to obtain pain medications for a recent injury. He was additionally charged with Disorderly Conduct, Criminal Mischief, and Resisting without Violence.
  • 11-17826 1841 hrs Narcotics Arrest 2300 N. Federal Hwy
    W/M, Lawrence Galiano, 08/27/63, arrested after a traffic stop was performed on the vehicle he was driving for Failure to Move Over for Emergency Vehicle and was found to be in possession of 14 grams of Marijuana.
  • 11-17833 1922 hrs  Open Container Arrest 1622 S. Federal Hwy.
    W/M, Jeffrey Olsen, 04/04/63; and W/F, Susan Campbell, 09/18/64, were arrested for city ordinance violation, Open Container, for drinking beer in the rear parking area of a business.
  • 11-17862  2212 hrs Narcotics Arrest  2258 N. Congress Ave. (Friendly’s)
    W/M, Brian Rivero, 08/24/78, was arrested after investigation revealed he had fallen asleep at a table inside the business and management wanted him removed, however; he was found to be in possession of 1.0 gram of Marijuana and 0.1 gram of crack cocaine.

Overnight Incidents for April 14, 2011

  • 11-17679 2057 hrs Burglary Auto  1729 N. Congress Ave. (Marshall’s)
    Victim reported that an unknown person broke the door lock of his vehicle between 2030 and 2057 hours and removed a shopping bag containing newly purchased clothing that he left in plain-view. Total value of clothing is $300.00.
  • 11-17680 2107 hrs Burglary Auto 1475 W. Gateway Blvd. (Hampton Inn)
    Victim reported that an unknown person broke the door lock of his vehicle between 1800 and 2100 hours and removed his Eclipse Radio/GPS from the dashboard, DVD Player, a portable GPS, and two pairs of sunglasses. Total loss is estimated at $3200.00.
  • 11-17695 2323 hrs Armed Robbery 100 S. Federal Hwy.
    Victim reported that he was walking northbound on Seacrest Blvd. when a vehicle with four black males stopped in the roadway and asked him “What you got?” One subject exited the vehicle with a knife and the victim produced his wallet. After obtaining the wallet from the victim, subjects left the area last seen driving east on Boynton Beach Blvd. Vehicle was described by victim as a “red Impala with a ragtop and stock wheels.”
      

Overnight Incidents for April 13, 2011

  • 11-17506  2017 hrs  AOD BBFD 7044 Lawrence Road
    While on routine patrol, Officer Swan located a car fire at the 7-11 next to the pumps. The emergency shut off was activated and FD responded and extinguished the flames which were coming from the engine compartment.  Fire Marshall also responded and determined the fire occurred due to a broken fuel line.
  • 11-17508  2058  hrs  Suspicious Incident 500 block  NE 16th Ave
    Complainant advised that she observed a white vehicle and a champagne vehicle drive down her street westbound, do donuts in the road at the intersection of NE 3rd Street and NE 16th Avenue, and then fired shots in the air, then drive off at a high rate of speed.  A Canvas of the area did not locate any evidence that shots were fired nor locate any witnesses.
      

Ovrnight Incidents for April 12, 2011

  • 11-17359  2238 hrs Burglary Auto 417 Meadows Circle
    Sometime between 1830 hours and 2230 hours this date unknown person(s) entered victims unlocked Ford Focus and removed victim’s coach purse which was in plain view.  Estimated loss $625.
  • 11-17364  2331 hrs COV/Poss Marijuana/Resisting Arrest 200 NE 10th Ave Officer Melo attempted to stop B/M German, Rodney DOB 1/18/79 in reference to a COV violation.  Upon making contact, German attempted to flee.  Melo gave chase and German was eventually apprehended by Officer Prince in the 400 block of NE 9th Ave.  Search incident to arrest located 1.1 grams of Marijuana on his person.  German was TOT to PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for April 8, 2011 - April 11, 2011

  • 11-17149 1613 hrs  Burglary Residence 1915 SW 24th Cir.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered the residence by prying open a sliding glass door between 04/08 at 1000 hrs and today’s date, removing an Insignia 40” television, Compaq laptop, and miscellaneous costume jewelry. Total loss is $1000.00.
  • 11-17198 2237 hrs Narcotics Arrest 180 SW 3rd Ave
    B/M, Kevin Drayton, 10/11/85, arrested after a traffic stop revealed he was operating a motorcycle with a suspended license. Subsequent search to arrest revealed he was in possession of 6.6 grams of Marijuana.
  • 11-17098 2755 S. Fed Hwy Disorderly intoxication arrest
    Campbell, Susan (09/18/1964) was arrested for disorderly intoxication while in front of ‘1st Stop Foods’
  • 11-17102  714 Presidential Dr Burglary-residential
    Between 8PM (4/9) and 0900 unforced entry, $8,200 worth of various jewelry/items.  Crime scene processed.
  • 11-17108 3291 Orange St.  Stolen vehicle
    A Blue, 2003, Buick LeSabre FL. 270-NZA was taken from in front of the residence.  Vehicle has 24” inch chrome rims and has tinted windows.
  • 11-16928 2301 So. Congress Ave Burglary-Residential
    Between 0710 and 1830 hrs, suspect(s) entered residence through an unsecured rear sliding glass door.  A bag of jewelry was taken with various pieces totaling $1,875.00  The house was ransacked, however the jewelry was the only item missing.
  • 11-16916 300 W. Woolbright Rd (Little League Park) Burglary-Auto
    A 2008 Chrysler Town & Country mini van had its side window smashed and the victim’s purse taken while at Little League park.  Total loss approx $320.00  A silver vehicle was seen driving from the scene.
  • 11-16808 1731 hrs Burglary Auto 3200 Old Boynton Rd. (Walmart)
    Victim reported unknown person broke a window to her parked vehicle and removed a briefcase valued at $200.00 between 1500 and 1700 hours.
  • 11-16816 1752 hrs Burglary Residence 208 N. Broughton SQ
    Victim reported an unknown person entered the residence and stole a Kel Tec .380 firearm from a drawer in his room between 1830 and 2030 hours on 04/07. No visible signs of forced entry.
  • 11-16819 1817 hrs Accident (Vehicle versus Residence) 516 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    A vehicle travelling southbound on Seacrest Blvd., crossed over the median, ran over a palm tree, crossed over the northbound lanes, exited the roadway, and crashed into a wood house on the east side of the road. The collision caused a portion of the house (north side room) to detach from the main house. No injuries reported. Building Department responded. Driver advised he lost control of the vehicle to a steering wheel malfunction.
  • 11-16847 2033 hrs Narcotic Possession 848 NW 13th Ave.
    B/M, Joel Thomas, 05/30/91, was arrested for Possession of Marijuana (5.9 grams) and B/M, Miston Pasius, 01/01/91, was arrested for Possession of Cocaine (0.2 grams), after investigation revealed they had been in a closed park (Pioneer Canal) for the purpose of smoking Marijuana.
  • 11-16851 2100 hrs Accident (T.H.I. Callout) 3000 N. Congress Ave. Two vehicles involved in a collision located at the entrance of Dos Lagos. One vehicle attempted to make a left turn to cross over northbound lanes of Congress Ave. to enter Dos Lagos, before it was struck by a vehicle travelling in the northbound lanes. A passenger in the turning vehicle had head trauma that Fire Rescue deemed a Trauma Alert. THI responded. The passenger was transported to Delray Trauma, where they were last reported as stable.
      

Overnight Incidents for April 7, 2011

  • 11-16541  2231 hrs Warrant 1000 N Seacrest Blvd
    B/M Bell, Gerald age 47 was arrested after investigation revealed an outstanding warrant for FTA paraphernalia possession.  Processed and TOT to PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for April 6, 201

  • 11-16343 1911 hrs  Child Neglect Arrest 11104 Mahogany Dr
    W/F, Amy C. Domin, 07/13/1988, was arrested after investigation revealed that she was asleep in the residence, while her boyfriend’s 3 YOA son left the residence and wandered the neighborhood. The child was estimated to have been away from the residence for at least 30 minutes. Domin’s front door was ajar upon police arrival and she was fast asleep. Domin advised that she stays home everyday to watch her boyfriend’s children, while he is at work. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-16398 0108 hrs Warrant Arrest 625 NE 12th Ave
    W/M, Todd Ackerman, 07/09/63, arrested for Failure to Appear Open Container warrant. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for April 5, 2011

  • 11-16170 1741 hrs Burglary Residence 515 NE 25th Ave
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered the residence through an open window and removed several pieces of jewelry with a total value of $740.00.

Overnight Incidents for April 1, 2011 - April 4, 2011

  • 11-16009  1735 hrs Retail Theft  550 N Congress Ave (Best Buy)
    W/F Kelsey Hunt and W/M Gregory Blake were arrested for retail theft after they entered the store and removed a Bose docking station valued at $399.99, remove it from its packaging, conceal said item and exit the store. Both were TOT to PBCJ.  Both were charged for 2 counts of the above after investigation revealed that they committed the same offense the day prior (reference case #11-16012).
  • 11-16070 0010 hrs Carjacking S Circle Dr/NE 3rd Street Police made contact with victim who claimed that while he was stopped at the 1700 block of N Seacrest Blvd., for an unknown  reason, a black male only described as 20-28 yoa, 5'10 wearing no shirt and black pants jumped in his Gold 1996 Saturn FL tag 967NQE  and pointed a black gun in his face, forcing him to drive to the rear parking lot of Four Sea Suns where the suspect hit him numerous times in the face and then ordered victim out of the vehicle.  Victim sustained minor injuries
  • 11-15941 – Burglary Residence, 711 SW 27th Terr, 0616hrs
    Victim’s awoke to find their 47” TV and cell phones were stolen from inside their residence last night while they slept. Investigation revealed possible entry/exit via an unsecured door in the garage. No witnesses, C/S conducted by officer reveals a footprint left in the dirt outside said door. Photos taken and submitted to evidence. $2400.00 loss.
  • 11-15954 – Burglary Auto, 1319 N. Federal Hwy, U-Haul, 0959hrs
    Overnight unknown suspects broke into one of the moving trucks, popped the hood and stole a battery from the engine compartment. C/S negative, total loss and damage est at $170.00.
  • 11-15945 – Burglary Residence, 616 NE 9th Ave, 0742hrs
    Between 1600hrs on the 1st and 0730hrs today unknown suspects entered the residence under renovation and stole approx $250.00 in copper pipes and $100.00 in misc tools. C/S negative.
  • 11-15774 – Burglary Auto, 656 SW 3rd Ave, 0801hrs
    Between 0030-0800hrs today unknown suspects entered the victim’s ’01 Altima Fl Tag 825XWL by breaking a window and stole a backpack and a laptop ($930.00 loss).
  • 11-15796 – Burglary Residence, 234 SW 14th Ave, 1052hrs
    Prior to 1800hrs on 03-24-11 the victim advises unknown persons entered their rented room stealing their SS card, passport and green card.
  • 11-15777 – Burglary Residence, 639 SW 2nd Ave, 0823hrs
    Between midnight and 0730hrs today unknown suspects entered the victim’s Florida room via an unsecured window stealing an $800.00 TV. C/S negative.
  • 11-15682 1526 hrs  Burglary Business  1115 N. Federal Hwy
    Sometime between  03/31/11 23:30 hours, and this date, unknown subject stole copper piping which was pulled away from the building (EGLISE ASSEMBLEE EVANGELIQUE D) This was a water line for the men’s restroom which caused flooding into the men’s bathroom and throughout the business.  Total estimated cost $1250.00.
  • 11-11708 1825 hrs Attempted Stolen Auto 801 N. Congress Ave (Macy’s)
    Victim (W/F Santos, Franchesca (06/17/1983), reported between 04/1/2011 1400 hours and 04/1/2011, 1810 hours an unknown person(s) entered her secured/locked vehicle (Tan 1996 GMC Suburban 4 door bearing FL R5AHA)  and attempted to steal it.  (Punched steering column) The vehicle’s kill switch prohibited it from being started, and subsequently the perpetrators removed a television, DVD player, and the vehicle's factory installed radio.  $800.00 loss.
  • 11-15735 2140 hrs Warrant 500 W. Boynton Beach Blvd
    B/M Williams, Robbie (DOB 03/20/69) was found to have an active warrant for FTA on a trespass.  He was arrested, processed and TOT’d  PBCJ.
  • 11-15562 1809 hrs Warrant Arrest 1620 S. Federal Hwy
    W/F, Lauren Wissman, 04/05/80, was arrested for two probation violation warrants and a failure to appear warrant. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-15583 2025 hrs Narcotics Arrest 500 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    B/M, Randall Cartwright, 07/05/64, was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 13 grams T.P.W. of Marijuana. NTA’d.
  • 11-15601 2216 hrs  Narcotics Arrest 900 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    B/M, Ernest Ballard, 10/02/89, was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 1 gram of Marijuana and he Resisted Arrest without Violence. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-15602 2236 hrs Warrant Arrest 900 N. Seacrest Blvd 
    B/M, Willie Pitts, 04-27-88, was arrested for a failure to appear warrant for Driving while License Suspended. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-15605 2253 hrs D.U.I. Arrest 4200 Boynton Lakes Blvd
    W/F, Lorrie Cardoza, 08/11/54, arrested after her vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation and the subsequent investigation revealed she was impaired. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for March 31, 2011

  • 11-15384 1638 hrs  Attempted Burglary 3506 SE 2nd Ct.
    Victim reported that an unknown person attempted to pry open her front door between the hours of 0830 and 1400 hours this date. No entry made. Minimal door frame damage.
  • 11-15394 1719 hrs Burglary Residence 1011 Arezzo Cir
    Victim reported that an unknown person pried open a sliding glass door and entered the residence between 1200 and 1700 hours this date. $3,400.00 cash and a Toshiba laptop computer were removed. Total loss is $4,300.00.
  • 11-15416 1926 hrs Possession Crack-Cocaine 1200 NW 4th St.
    B/M, Corey Barber, 07/13/83, was arrested after a traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle he was driving and he subsequently fled on foot after dropping a small baggie of crack cocaine (1.1 grams). TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-15421 1950 hrs  Attempted Burglary Arrest 2839 S. Seacrest Blvd.
    W/M, Larry Balverdy-Ortiz, was arrested after investigation revealed he was observed by a witness attempting to enter an office at the Boulevard Rehabilitation Center through a recently pried open window. Balverdy-Ortiz had left behind a screw driver and crowbar and left in a blue Cadillac when he was questioned by the witness. The witness provided the vehicle tag information which was traced back to an address within the city. Officers made contact with Balverdy-Ortiz at his residence, where a show-up was conducted and he was identified by the witness. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-15431 2123 hrs  D.U.I. Arrest 1080 S. Federal Hwy.
    W/M, Charles M. Stark, 02/07/1961, was arrested for D.U.I. after investigation revealed a witness observed the vehicle Stark was driving was operating at low rate of speed while it appeared Stark was asleep. The witness intervened to stop the vehicle by reaching in to take the vehicle keys when Stark awakened. Stark then placed the vehicle into park at the plea of the witness. Stark had evidence of consumption of alcoholic beverages and was administered Roadside Sobriety Tasks which indicated impairment. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for March 29, 2011

  • 11-15109 2044 hrs  Armed Robbery/Cutting Instrument 100 NE 16th Avenue
    Victim advised that he received a text message from a black male (unknown name) whom he met the night before asking if he wanted to “hook up”.  Victim then called subject and was directed to the 100 block of NE 16th Avenue where subject had him stop.  Victim advised that a black male suspect (not the caller) then approached the passenger side, opened the door and put a knife to the victim’s throat demanding all property.  A second unknown black male then opened the driver side door and rummaged through victim’s pockets.  After suspects relieved the victim of his personal property the first suspect took the keys from the ignition and attempted to snatch the victim’s gold chain from his neck.   During the incident the victim was stabbed in the left hand.  Search of the area located a cell phone, a knife and the victim’s keys.  Crime Scene responded and processed scene.  Detective Bureau notified.  Victim received a minor injury to his left hand.
      

Overnight Incidents for March 26, 2011 - March 28, 2011

  • 11-14861 0908hrs False 9-1-1 Calls, R/A w/o Violence 128 NW 10th Ave
    Robert Lagrone was arrested after making several calls to 9-1-1.  He was advised that the system was for emergencies, however, he decided to continue calling.  On his last call he falsified a story and was arrested.
  • 11-14882  1144hrs Battery 1300 SW 35th Ave (Caloosa Park)
    Phillip Karam stated that he was battered by an unknown B/M due to an incident while playing basketball.
  • 11-14885  1215hrs Trespass Warning 1633 NE 4th Ct
    Jean Succes was issued a trespass warning by resident Marie Jean after multiple issues over the past few days.
  • 11-14898 1456hrs  Robbery by Sudden Snatching 1901 N. Congress Ave.  Kohl’s
    Victim reported that she was walking to her vehicle in the parking lot when an unknown W/M suspect approached her from behind and forcibly snatched her purse.  She was not injured.  No suspect located.
  • 11-14670 2861 So Seacrest blvd #G2 Possession of Heroin
    27 year old Brian Fenzl was found unconscious on the bathroom floor at his friends’ apartment at 0729 hrs.  Drug overdose was suspected as a syringe was located under the male when he was moved by paramedics for treatment.  Fenzl was released from Bethesda Hospital around midnight where he was treated for a possible overdose. A Mecke's Reagent field test kit was used on the brown substance in the syringe yielding positive results for the presence of Heroin. Due to the extended period of time that Fenzl was required to stay at Bethesda Memorial Hospital for treatment and observation, he was left in their care.  Charges will be filed with the State Attorney's office.
  • 11-14666 610 SE 2 Ave #101 Throwing a deadly missile-occupied residence
    0556 hrs a rock came through the living room window, landing near where an 8 month old baby lay sleeping.  No one was seen, active investigation.  No injuries.
  • 11-14676 160 Commerce Rd. Stolen then recovered Vehicle
    A 2005, 4dr, white Ford F250 fl tag R083XI was taken from the north side of the business last night at approx 1630 hrs. When the owner of Joe’s Towing returned today at 0800 hrs, he realized that the truck was stolen. Deputies recovered the vehicle located at Atlantic Auto Repair, 4950 South Military Trail in Lake Worth.
  • 11-14564 1825 hrs Warrant Adult 130 NE 10th Ave.
    B/M, Michael Taylor, 04/06/92, was arrested for active warrants reference Possession of Cocaine and Resist without Violence. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-14597 2049 hrs Burglary Residence 3 Meriden Way
    Victim reported a yellow Mongoose BMX bicycle ($200.00 value), stolen from the enclosed rear yard between March 24 at 2200 until 2000 hours today. No suspect information.
  • 11-14599 2055 hrs Possession Narcotics – Reteail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd.
    W/F, Amanda F. Prince, 07/23/87, arrested for retail theft at Walmart for stealing $254.00 worth of clothing and makeup. Subsequent investigation revealed she was in possession of approximately 12 Xanax pills without a prescription. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-14481 2209 Mahogany Dr. (La Costa) Burglary-auto
    Between 2200 hrs (3/24) and 0800 hrs (3/25) a Gold Jeep Cherokee was forcibly entered by prying the lock rendering the lock inoperable.  Ransacked, but no items were taken.
  • 11-14487 128 NE 15 Ave Poss. Cocaine; possession marijuana
    After a lawful traffic stop Ofc. Crowder found Willie Joe Davis to be in constructive possession of 3.2 grams of cocaine and 6.5 grams of marijuana.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-14518  2800 N. Seacrest Blvd Failed to stop
    At 1400 hrs, Ofc Crowder attempted a traffic stop on a White Chevy Blazer bearing Fla tag X887GT  The vehicle failed to stop and entered I-95 southbound.  The incident was ended as the basis was traffic-related only.

Overnight Incidents for March 25, 2011

  • 11-14419 1907 hrs Burglary Auto 312 Meadows Cir
    On 3-21-11 between the hours of 0830 and 0900 suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by unknown means and stole her cellular phone. Crime scene was negative and the total loss was estimated at $300.
  • 11-14435 2202 hrs  Robbery/ Agg Battery 1305 S Federal Hwy
    Toussaint, Thierry (b/m 1-25-75) was arrested on numerous charges after he removed a bottle of wine from the Kwik Stop and used it to bludgeon the clerk. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-14437 2202 hrs Burglary Auto 2180 Hypoluxo Rd
    Between 2130 and 2200 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by shattering the window. Stolen was the victim’s purse and contents. Crime scene was negative and total loss was estimated at $1196.
  • 11-14441 2243 hrs Burglary Auto 2180 Hypoluxo Rd
    Between 1800 and 2230 hrs suspect(s) unknown had shattered her vehicle window to gain entry. At the time of the report the victim was unable to determine what, if anything, had been stolen.

Overnight Incidents for March 18, 2011 - March 21, 2011

  • 11-13698 – Shoplifting Arrest, Wal Mart, 3200 Old Boynton Rd, 1208hrs
    W/m Frank Nieves DOB 4-22-92 and w/f Roxena Castellon DOB 1-20-93 stole $68.84 worth of merchandise. Both were NTA’d and trespassed under case # 11-13705.
  • 11-13519 – DWLS Arrest, 2800 S. Federal Hwy, 1145hrs
    B/M Kervens Dorsonne DOB 3-11-83, TOT PBCJ
  • 11-13513 – Paraphernalia Arrest, 2300 S. Federal Hwy, 1049hrs  
    An accident investigation led way to a criminal investigation that revealed w/f Carolyn Millhorn DOB 2-5-89 was in possession of narcotic paraphernalia. She was additionally charged with tampering with evidence. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-13495 – Cat Burglary, 1511 Stonehaven Drive #3, 0707hrs  
    Victim wakes up to find an unknown B/M in their bedroom attempting to steal prescription medications. The suspect flees and PD is notified 20 minutes later. Suspect described as B/M 18-20yoa, thin build, short dreads, wearing pants and no shirt. Inventory reveals approx $1800.00 in property missing.  DB and CS respond. Attempts to locate suspects prove negative.

Overnight Incidents for March 17, 2011

  • 11-13010 1635 hrs  D.U.I. / Poss. Controlled Substance 290 N. Congress Ave.
    W/F, Elizabeth Green, 12/10/87, arrested for possession of Morphine after investigation revealed she was passed out behind the driver’s wheel of her vehicle with a used syringe in her lap. DUI charges pending.
  • 11-13023 1821 hrs Burglary Residence 468 S. Circle Dr.
    Victim reported that an unknown person burglarized the residence between 02/22 and today’s date, removing a television, laptop, and DVD player. A window to a bedroom was found partially open. Total loss is $2400.
      

Overnight Incidents for March 16, 2011

  • 11-12858 1816 hrs Resisting Arrest (giving false name) 755 W Boynton Beach Blvd.
    B/M Johnson, Carlton 4/22/78 was arrested after providing officers with a false name due to the fact he feared he had a warrant.  Johnson TOT to PBCJ.
  • 11-12901  2218 hrs DUI/Crash 700 N Congress Avenue
    W/M Weiss, Adam DOB 4/20/65 was arrested after traffic crash investigation (minor injuries) revealed that Weiss was under the influence of narcotics.  Once medically cleared, Weiss was TOT to PBCJ.
  • 11-12906 2309 hrs Warrant Arrest  4746 N Congress Avenue (Duffy’s)
    W/M Keith Walton (12-30-84) was arrested after investigation revealed he had an outstanding warrant for VOP.  Walton was TOT to PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for March 11, 2011 - March 14, 2011

  • 11-12516 1604  Burglary Auto 1601 S. Congress Ave.
    Victim’s gold 2005 Lexus 4dr was burglarized between 1530 and 1604 hours. Unknown persons broke a window and stole a purse that was left inside. Total loss is $1,000.00. No suspect information.
  • 11-12491  1344hrs. Child Neglect 301 N. Federal Hwy.
    Officers responded to the CVS at 301 N. Federal Hwy. in ref. to a child 2 yrs. of age being left unattended (belted in car seat) in a vehicle in the parking lot, while mother Kaydene Bennett 2-7-83 entered and remained in the CVS for over 25 minutes.  When Officers arrived the child was removed by BBFD from the vehicle and was unharmed.  The child was checked by BBFD and relinquished to child’s father who was called to the scene.  DFC notified and Bennett was tot PBCJ.
  • 11-12408 2010 hrs D.U.I. Arrest  500 W. Gateway Blvd.
    B/M, Eric L. Gambles, 10/06/70. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-12429 2158 hrs Warrant Arrest 1200 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    B/M, Malfred Hunter, 04/03/67, for Writ of Bodily Attachment. TOT PBCJ
  • 11-12309  Attempted Burglary 525 NW 7th Ct
    Victim advised that she heard her dog bark around 0330hrs and when she woke at 0730hrs she found that unk person/s threw a rock through her window and removed the screen.  Entry was not made and the damage totaled approximately $40.00.
  • 11-12364 Trespass arrest   801 N. Congress Ave 1504hrs
    B/m Javan Henry was arrested when it was learned that he had been previously given a trespass warning on 03-08-11.
  • 11-12244 2036 hours 11E Crossings Cr. Warrant Arrest
    Officers responded to the above location in reference to a disturbance.  During their investigation it was determined that W/F Powell, Amanda L. 05/29/81 had an active warrant out of Baton Rouge, LA for possession of cocaine.  The warrant was confirmed in reference to extradition.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-12251 2121 hours 333 W. Ocean Ave. Grand Theft Auto
    Victim advised they arrived home and entered their residence leaving their keys in their vehicle only momentarily.  Upon coming back to the vehicle it was gone.  The vehicle was 2004 Chevy Impala 4dr. black in color bearing Fl. Tag L976SA.  Entered into FCIC/NCIC.
  • 11-12255 2155 hours 600 N. Congress Ave. RBC Bank Poss. of Meth/Marijuana/Tamp. W/Evid.
    W/M Harris, Russell J. 07/03/82 was placed under arrest for driving while license suspended and possession of marijuana.  During the subsequent search of his vehicle more marijuana, a pipe, and a small plastic bag containing methamphetamine was located inside the vehicle.  Harris was TOT PBCJ and his vehicle was held for forfeiture.
      

Overnight Incidents for March 10, 2011

  • 11-11875 1638 hrs Burglary Auto  1490 W Gateway Blvd
    Between 1615 and 1638 hrs, while picking up her child from the KidStop, suspect(s) unknown shattered the passenger side front window of the victim’s vehicle and stole her purse. Total loss is estimated at $1132. Crime scene was negative. Victim was advised by an unknown witness that a white male was seen running from the area (no further description).
  • 11-11896 1842 hrs Burglary Auto 2208 N Congress Ave
    Between 1810 and 1840 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by shattering the window. Stolen was the victim’s backpack and contents. Crime scene was negative, and the total loss is estimated at $1000.

Overnight Incidents for March 9, 2011

  • 11-11734  1952 hrs Delayed Burglary Residence  7081 Chesapeake Cir.
    Victim reported an unknown person stole a black/red Vertical Edge mountain bike from the interior of an open garage on 02/26/11 between 2000 and 2300 hours while drying out a recently steamed rug.
      

Overnight Incidents for March 8, 2011

  • 11-11552 1721 hours 650 N. Congress Ave. Target CCW/Poss. of Anti-shoplifting device/larceny
    W/M Call, Nicholas S. 03/09/81 was arrested after he was observed by loss prevention cutting the security locks off of packages of electronics with a knife and then concealing the merchandise in his pants.  Total theft amount $148.98.  TOT PBCJ. 
  • 11-11566 1856 hours 100 SW 18th St.  Crash with serious bodily injury
    Officers responded to the above location in reference to a vehicle crash.  Upon arrival it appeared that a gold in color Mercury Grand Marquis had rear-ended an FPL truck.  The elderly right front passenger in the Grand Marquis had her left arm completely amputated above the elbow possibly by the airbag deployment.  She was taken to Delray Medical Center as a trauma alert.  THI and Crime Scene responded.
  • 11-11610 2322 hours 3605 Old Dixie Hwy. Delayed Residential Burglary
    Victim states that sometime between 03/05 0830 and 03/07 2315 unknown suspect/s forced entry into the home via a bedroom window.  Once inside a TV, laptop, and Wii videogame system was taken, approx. $4000.00 loss.  Crime Scene was positive. 
  • 11-11609 2323 hours 100 NE 10th Ave. Possession of Marijuana
    B/M Reed, Isadore 03/03/84 was observed riding a bicycle without a headlight and was stopped for said offense.  When officers made contact with him he was observed dropping a small bag on the ground which contained a small amount of marijuana.  He was processed and TOT PBCJ.



Overnight Incidents for March 4, 2011- March 7, 2011

  • 11-10870 1758 hrs Driving Under Influence 800 N. Congress Ave.
    W/M, Todd Sisler, 04/25/63, arrested for DUI. TOT PBCJ. 
  • 11-10915 2206 hrs Armed Robbery Attempt 1001 S. Federal Hwy. (Papa John’s Pizza)
    Two black males arrived at the business. One remained outside, while the other entered and went to the front counter. Upon being asked for his order, the male (17 or 18 YOA, wearing a black stocking cap, white t-shirt, black pants and white tennis shoes) asked for the safe to be opened and displayed a handgun. The employee advised that they couldn’t open the safe. The male then turned and left the business. Both subjects were last seen running southbound from the business. The second male was also wearing a white T-shirt.
  • 11-10919 2301 hrs Throwing Deadly Missile 1521 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. (Burger King)
    Employee reported that customers in a red Volkswagen Beetle ordered food at the drive-thru window. Upon receiving it, they remained at the window photographing the employee with their cell phones, refusing to leave the area when asked. After a delay, they pulled away, but stopped. Four occupants exited the vehicle and one of them grabbed a broken piece of concrete curb and threw it through the business window. A large opening was created and the curb disintegrated within the business. Vehicle and occupants were gone upon police arrival.
  • 11-11023 1748 hrs Leaving Scene of Crash 1800 W Woolbright Rd
    Vasquez, Fernando (w/m 3-29-87) was arrested for leaving the scene of a traffic crash and other violations. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-11061 2026 hrs Poss Controlled Substance w/out RX  1901 N Congress Ave
    Reaser, Susana (w/f 1-26-67) was arrested for retail theft at Kohl’s. Search incident to arrest revealed her to be in possession of 12 methadone pills without a prescription. After her medical clearance she was TOT PBCJ
  • 11-11195 1447 hrs Narcotics Arrest 2700 SE 3rd St 
    B/M Ricot Marcelus DOB 10-24-86 under 20gms marijuana, NTA issued.
  • 11-11214 1657 hrs DUI 1005 W Gateway Blvd
    Franklin, Thomas (w/m 1-10-42) was arrested for DUI. He refused to provide lawful samples of his breath. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-11362 1755 hrs Poss MDMA 1300 N Seacrest Blvd
    Ivey, Timmie (b/m 9-23-86) was arrested for driving with a suspended license. An inventory search of the vehicle revealed that he was in possession of MDMA (ecstasy). He was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 11-11371 1836 hrs Poss Marijuana/ Tamper with Evidence 2200 NE 2nd St
    While conducting an extra patrol, in reference to recent complaints of narcotic sales in the area, officers located Cadet, Elysee (b/m 12-22-86) seated in a vehicle on the property. As the officers approached Cadet attempted to swallow the evidence. Officers were able to recover a small baggie of marijuana. Based on Cadet’s statement that he had ingested crack cocaine he was taken to Bethesda for clearance. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-11377 1859 hrs Poss Marijuana 109 E Boynton Beach Blvd
    Frederick, Malcolm (b/m 6-27-75) was arrested for driving with a suspended license and possessing less than 20 gms of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 11-11414 2313 hrs CCW/ Poss Cocaine 338 E Gateway Blvd
    Johnson, Alwin (b/m 3-16-90) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of .5 grams of crack cocaine, 4.2 grams of marijuana, and a stolen Lorcin .380 semi-automatic pistol. Johnson was processed and TOT PBCJ 

 

Overnight Incidents for March 3, 2011

  • 11-10692 1650 hrs Fleeing & Eluding/Possession Marijuana  1300 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    B/M, James Jerry, 12/10/87, was observed operating a motor vehicle and failing to stop at stop signs. A traffic stop was performed on him for the violations, but he did not yield. The attempted stop was terminated. Jerry traveled an additional block, where he lost control of his vehicle, and spun out at 1700 N. Seacrest Blvd., striking a curb and damaging the right rear wheel of the vehicle. Jerry abandoned the vehicle and ran east. Officer Gray located the subject hiding nearby in a backyard. Jerry had 15.3 grams of Marijuana in his possession. He was charged with Fleeing & Eluding, Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Sell, Driving with Revoked License, Resisting without Violence, and Leaving the Scene of a Crash. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-10760  2357 Warrant Arrest 1076 SW 25th PL
    W/M, Jeffrey Chambers, 11/24/61, arrested for an outstanding warrant, FTA Driving with Suspended License. TOT PBCJ.
     

Overnight Incidents for March 2, 2011

  • 11-10501 1632 hrs Retail Theft  1500 SW 8th St
    Phoenix, Dorian (b/m 2-21-84) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $102 worth of merchandise from Home Depot. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 11-10507 1656 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Williams, Tracie (b/f 1-7-88) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $44.97 worth of merchandise from Payless Shoes. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 11-10516 1727 hrs Retail Theft  1901 N Congress Ave
    Lashells, Sabrina (w/f 9-16-92) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $25.99 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 11-10544 2004 hrs Warrant Arrest 404 NW 8th Ave
    Clay, Moses (b/m 3-31-79) was arrested in reference to two outstanding warrants. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-10555 2150 hrs  Poss Marijuana 1000 N Seacrest Blvd
    Hankerson, Donnell (b/m 5-11-57) was arrested in reference to outstanding warrants (BBPD 11-10561). Search incident to arrest revealed him to be in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. He was additionally charged and TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for March 01, 2011

  • 11-10349 1857 hrs Warrant Arrest 2010 N Federal Hwy
    Dunne, Casey (w/f 10-8-84) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. She was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 11-10356 1933 hrs COV Open Container 208 S Seacrest Blvd
    McGrath, Michael (w/m 6-15-56) and Power, Timothy (w/m 2-11-62) were arrested for possessing open containers of alcohol at the library. Additionally, they were both found to have outstanding arrest warrants (BBPD 11-10372). They were processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 11-10359 1941 hrs Warrant Arrest 130 W MLK Blvd
    Sherman, Timmy (b/m 10-7-69) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ 

Overnight Incidents for February 26, 2011 - February 28, 2011

  • 11-10113  0909hrs.  Possn. Contraband 300 W. Ocean Ave
    Officer Griswold came into contact with Troy Jesse 09-04-86 on a traffic stop and during said stop Jesse consumed cocaine rock.  Jesse was transported to Bethesda Hosp. where he was administered medical assistance and subsequently cleared to PBCJ.  Jesse furthermore advised Ofc. Griswold that he would soot him in the face upon his return from bonding out of jail.  Jesse was charged with possn. Cocaine, tampering with evidence, threats to LEO and tot PBCJ.  Jesse’s MC was impounded.
  • 11-10128  1104 hrs. Burglary Residence –Delayed 704 N. Chippewa Circ
    Between 1530 and 1600 hrs. on 02-25-11 person’s unk. entered into the open garage of victim and removed a flat black painted bicycle with pink cable brakes, head stem and a black and white animal seat valued at $700.
  • 11-10144  1254 hrs  Grand Theft Auto 2600 High Ridge Rd
    Stolen vehicle is a burgundy 2006 Ford F350 truck bearing FL C84-2YL taken between 1715 hrs. 2-26-11 and 1200 hrs. 2-27-11.  No evidence from theft and vehicle was locked and secure. Affidavit signed and Bolo entered F/NCIC.
  • 11-10049 2209 Hours- Boynton Beach Blvd/I-95. Poss. of Crack Cocaine
    Officer Vargas initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic offense.  Suspected Crack Cocaine was observed in plain view on the center console.  The driver, Anthony Competiello (04/27/63) was subsequently arrested for Possession of Cocaine and sent to the Palm Beach County Jail.
  • 11-9902 Aggravated Battery  130 E MLK 0511hrs
    B/M Shondell Eddings was arrested when the investigation revealed that he had struck the victim in the head with a broomstick.  Eddings was additionally charged with possession of paraphernalia.  He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-9915 Auto Burglary 401 SE 34th Ave
    Victim reported that an unknown person/s broke into their vehicle by breaking out a window between the hours of 2230 (02-25-11) and 0800.  Once inside a Sony play station was stolen.  Total loss including damages was approximately $400.00.
  • 11-9822 1928 hours 801 N. Congress Ave. Trespass Arrest
    B/M Desrivieres, Jeanmal R. 11/26/91 was arrested for trespass after warning at the mall.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-9848 2103 hours 200 NW 12th Ave. Poss. of Crack/Marijuana
    B/M Wilson, James E. 01/31/94 was arrested after he was stopped riding a bike without a light.  He was found to be in possession of crack and marijuana.  TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for February 25, 2011

  • 11-009608 1610 hrs 905 W. Woolbright Road (RaceTrac) Burglary Auto
    Victim W/F (victim) Jacqueline Smith 2/17/75 reported that someone entered her  2002 GMC Yukon bearing FL tag DAA6Z, while she was pumping gas.  She discovered her purse missing from the passenger side seat.  Total value of loss $633.00. Surveillance video shows a b/m exit the driver's side of what appears to be a Dodge Charger (light colored/silver), open Smith’s passenger door and remove the purse.
  • 11-009622 1747 hrs 3110 SE 2nd St Possession Contraband
    H/M Israel A. Flores (DOB 7-20-1989) was arrested for possession of marijuana and Xanax during an investigative stop of a suspect vehicle involved in a disturbance.  He was processed and tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-009646  1926 hrs 101 N. Federal Hwy Possession Contraband
    W/M Trampis L Conner (10/26/75) was arrested for an open container violation; search incident to arrest led to the discovery of Marijuana <20g’s.  He was processed on scene and released with a Notice to Appear.
  • 11-009647 1931 hrs 1400 N. Seacrest Blvd  Possession Contraband
    W/F Julie Hurckes (03/29/58) was arrested for possession of marijuana<20g’s during a traffic stop.  She was processed on scene and released with a Notice to Appear.
  • 11-009653  1936 hrs 1475 W. Gateway Blvd(Hampton Inn)  Burglary (Hotel Room)
    Victim w/f Jessee, Jennifer Lynn reported someone entered room 425, where she had been staying, sometime between 0600 hrs on 02/23/11 and 1900 hrs on 02/24/11 and removed her Alienware model M11 laptop, with cord, charger and cell phone USB cord was stolen, along with the black nylon case it was in. Total loss: $1780.00.  There were no signs of forced entry.  Serial number entered in FCIC/NCIC.
  • 11-009699 hrs     1490 W. Gateway Blvd  DUI and Possession of paraphernalia
    Officer Baldino conducted a traffic stop while working an off duty assignment at Renaissance Commons which led to the arrest of W/M Thomas Yates (12.03.86) for DUI and possession of drug paraphernalia.  He was processed and tot’d PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for February 23, 2011

  • 11-9295 2132 hours 550 Miner Rd. Rolling Green Elem. GTA
    Victim states that she left her 2006 blue Toyota Sienna bearing Fl. Tag W467US running in the parking lot of the school for approximately 3-5 minutes while she ran inside.  When she came back out the vehicle was gone.  The vehicle had 20 inch rims and stickers on the rear window.  Vehicle entered into FCIC/NCIC as stolen.  It is unknown at this time if video is available.
  • 11-9308 2303 2940 SE 2nd St. Fleeing and Eluding and Recovered Stolen Vehicle
    B/F Crudup, Sequandra 01/26/93 was arrested after officers attempted to do a traffic stop on the vehicle she was driving.  Crudup failed to stop and the pursuit was terminated.  Upon seeing the officers turn off their emergency equipment she turned into the swale area of a residence and stopped.  A check of the vehicle, a 04 beige Nissan Altima Fl. Tag 278WHR, revealed it to be stolen out of BSO.  Crudup was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-9315 2321 hours 7997 Shaddock Drive Delayed Residential Burglary
    Victim states that unknown suspect/s entered his residence through an unsecure kitchen window and removed several pairs of sneakers as well as some headphones.  The suspects then exited back out the same window.  This occurred between the hours of 1000-1500 hours this date.  Crime Scene negative.

Overnight Incidents for February 18, 2011 - February 22, 2011

  • 11-9088 1855 hours 700 Via Lugano Cir. Burglary Auto
    Victim states that between the hours of 1700-1855 hours unknown subjects entered her red Honda Civic and removed a laptop, champagne, chocolate rose, and two wine glasses.  There were no signs of forced entry and crime scene was negative.
  • 11-9105 2113 hours 744 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. 7-11 Poss. of Contraband
    W/M Essa, Jeffrey W. 12/27/64 after officers responded to the above location in reference to a suspicious incident.  The owner of the business had called BBPD because during the day they had a A/C service company come to the business to complete some repairs.  At approx. 2100 hours they realized the worker was no where to be found but his ladder and equipment were still outside on the roof.  Contact was made with Essa who claimed to be taking a nap in his work van.  In plain view was a baggy of powder cocaine and a pipe.  Search incident to arrest located a small amount of marijuana and possibly some fake marijuana.  Contact was made with Essa’s employer who came and picked up with work van and equipment.
  • 11-8987  0651 hrs Burglary Business  524 E Woolbright Rd
    Officers responded to business which had the front door smashed out. Victim advised that he had closed the business at approx. 2215 hours, 2-20-11. He reported that approx. $200.00 in US currency had been stolen from the cash register. The business is however equipped with a surveillance system, which is currently inoperable. Total est. loss approx. $400.00, which includes the damaged door glass.
  • 11-8997 0838 hrs Burglary Attempt  3557 W BB Blvd
    Victim stated that when he  arrived this morning at approx 0840 hrs, he found the 2 locks of the hurricane shutters had been broken out. He stated that it does not appear that entry was made due to the fact that when the suspect(s) broke the locks, the shutters got jammed. No suspect information at this time.
  • 11-9014 1107 hrs Vandalism Auto 126 NE 13 AVE
    Ofc. Gray advised via radio that he was flagged down and advised that 3 individuals who was running from 126 NE 13th Ave. had just committed vandalism to auto. Ofc. Gray advised that he gave the individuals lawful commands to stop and they continued running eastbound from the location of the crime. Ofc. Gray advised that at apprx. the 300 block of NE 13th Ave. he pulled out his M26 Taser  from the  holder and then the  individuals decided to stop. The individuals were identified as B/F Carthan, Lotysha (DOB 12/01/90), B/F Wright, Aguila (DOB 10/21/91), and B/M Woods, Marvin (DOB 11/17/91). I then met with the victim B/F Jones, Ellouise (DOB 09/30/56) who stated that her vehicle a 2005 Dodge Stratus,  white in color (FL Tag # AMJ3113) was properly parked (faced in) in front of 126 NE 13th Ave., when someone slashed her rear right tire (apprx $185.00) and then smashed her rear back window (apprx. $500.00) with a rock.
  • 11-8930 1824 hrs Poss Marijuana w/Intent  100 SE 36th Ave
    Hernandez, Angel (w/m 10-5-92) was arrested for operating a vehicle without a license. Search incident to arrest revealed that he was in possession of six individual bags of marijuana. He was additionally charged with the marijuana. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8959 2121 hrs Agg Battery  739 E Ocean Ave
    PC exists for Espinoza, Eleazar (w/m 10-24-76) for having struck another male in the head with a beer bottle. He had fled the scene prior to officers’ arrival.
  • 11-8966 2219 hrs DUI 2300 S Congress Ave
    Lopez, Kevin (w/m 1-2-71) was arrested for driving under the influence after having been involved in a vehicle accident. Once at BBPD he provided two lawful samples of his breath resulting in .227 for both. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8970 2317 hrs Assault on LEO 100 NW 12th Ave
    Young, David (b/m 12-4-81) was arrested after fleeing from a traffic stop, then turning and attempting to strike Ofc Lindsey. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8973 0059 hrs Burglary Business 109 E Boynton Beach Blvd
    Units responded in reference to an alarm and found the front door shattered. The suspect then entered the business and stole an undetermined amount of change from behind the counter. Incident recorded on surveillance video, other crime scene was negative.
  • 11-8974 0106 hrs Burglary Business 1610 S Federal Hwy
    Units responded to this business and found the front door shattered. At this time no representative has been located, so it is unknown what has been stolen.
  • 11-8975 0116 hrs Burglary Business  3501 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Units responded in reference to an alarm and found the front door shattered. Nothing appears to have been stolen as this is a brand new business that was not yet open. Damage to the business is estimated at $6500. The suspect was recorded via the surveillance video, but other crime scene was negative.
  • 11-8863 – Narcotics Arrest, 1000 NW 7th St, 1131hrs
    W/m Joseph McAfee DOB 4-18-87 was found in possession of .04gms Marijuana and paraphernalia. NTA issued.
  • 11-8867 – COV Arrest, 800 SW 15th Ave, 1202hrs
    W/m Ulysses Wheeler DOB 10-15-57 was arrested for Solicitation w/out a Permit. He was found to have an additional outstanding warrant for the same type of offense (11-8870). He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8849 – Trespass/CCW Arrest, 1635 N. Seacrest Blvd, 0852hrs
    B/m Thomas Laster DOB 11-23-61 was found trespassing in the residence after he had been legally evicted. Search incident to arrest yielded a steak knife in his pocket. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8869 – Retail Theft Arrest, 399 N. Congress Ave, 1225hrs
    W/m Todd Ritter DOB 10-14-63 stole $77.97 worth of alcohol from the business. Post Miranda he advises he did so to pay for gas for his car. NTA issued.
  • 11-8732 2024 hrs Burglary Residence 1400 NW 1st Ct
    Between 2-16 and today’s date suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vacant residence by smashing a window. Once inside they stole two window AC units having a total value of $400. Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-8757 2133 hrs DUI 400 E Boynton Beach Blvd
    Newsome, Eugene (b/m 12-21-49) was arrested for driving under the influence. Once at BBPD Newsome provide two lawful samples of his breath with results of .083 and .085. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8808 0116 hrs Warrant Arrest4760 N Congress Ave
    While investigating a suspicious person officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for Meade, Michael (w/m 1-12-67). He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8654 – Vandalism Auto, 2010 N. Federal Hwy, 1230hrs  
    Overnight unknown suspects broke the driver and passenger window of the victim’s ’11 GMC Sierra Fl Tag PROPAY. $300.00 damage
  • 11-8574 2043 hrs DUI 2300 S Congress Ave
    Kilpatrick, Bryan (w/m 8-16-75) was arrested for driving under the influence. His breath results showed that he was not under the influence of an alcoholic beverage, so a urine sample was submitted for toxicological evaluation. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8584 2141 hrs Criminal Mischief 100 NE 13th Ave
    Shelton, Nathaniel (b/m 1-12-76) was arrested for having destroyed a cellular phone that did not belong to him. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8600 0051 hrs DUI 1100 Old Boynton Rd
    Barrera, Jose Jr (w/m 8-28-80) was arrested for driving under the influence. He provided two lawful samples of his breath, which resulted in .158 and .161. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8605 0125 hrs DUI 100 SE 13th Ave
    Gates, Nathan (w/m 11-7-78) was arrested for driving under the influence. He refused to provide a lawful sample of his breath and was processed as a refusal. After processing, he was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8610 0153 hrs Burglary Residence 414 SW 1st Ct
    Between 1815 and 0150 hrs suspect(s) unknown made entry into the home through an unsecured window. Once inside they stole approximately $2100 worth of video game consoles and games. Crime scene was negative.

Overnight Incidents for February 17, 2011

  • 11-8197 1736 hours 3301 Quantum Blvd. DUI
    B/F Wright, Priscilla 04/26/65 was arrested after two witnesses called 911 in reference to Wright’s reckless driving in the area.  Ofc. Gray located Wright in the above listed parking lot in physical control of her vehicle.  Wright did poorly on the road side tasks and was subsequently arrested.  At the station she provided two breath samples .181/.171  Wright was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8214 1931 hours 100 NE 3rd Ave. Poss. of Marijuana under 20 g.
    B/M Jacob, Ben M. 11-26-91 was arrested after officers found 3.7 grams of marijuana in the vehicle in was driving.
  • 11-8246 2234 hours 800 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. NO DL arrest times 2
    A traffic stop was conducted at the above location.  When the suspect vehicle came to a stop at the intersection the driver and passenger switched places.  As the officer was approaching the vehicle the new driver attempted to drive off but realized the officer was next to his vehicle and stopped.  It was determined that neither person had a driver’s license.  Arrested were H/M Eduardo Agurlar and H/M H/M Ervin R. Velasquez-Lopez.  Both were TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8269 0021 hours 4305 N. Congress Ave. Warrant Arrest
    Officers came in contact with W/M Diaz, Rene C. 10/29/77 and it was determined that he had an outstanding VOP warrant.  He was TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for February 16, 2011

  • 11-8059 2214 hrs Agg Assault Cutting Instrument 739 E Ocean Ave
    Bautista, Daryl (w/m 8-16-87) was arrested after getting into a fist fight, then pulling a 7” butterfly knife on the victim. Bautista was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8076 2343 hrs DUI 1800 N Congress Ave
    Rego, Jose (w/m 3-18-80) was arrested for driving under the influence. While being processed he provided two lawful samples of his breath resulting in .178 and .167. He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-8089 0148 hrs R/A w/out Violence120 NW 10th Ave
    Randall, Matthew (b/m 12-15-87) provided officers with a false name. That name had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Once at BBPD Randall advised his real identity and stated that he had lied about his identity due to his being in the proximity of a subject who had shot his brother. Randall was charged under f.s.s. 901.36 and released with a NTA.

Overnight Incidents for February 15, 2011

  • 11-007831 1555 hrs 328 SW9th Ave Burglary Residence
    Victim W/F Wallace,Colleen (DOB 12/27/65) stated that between 0700 and 1500 hours today, unknown subjects entered her car port and stole four 5 gallon Zepherhills  water jugs.   The company had NOT come by to take them, other items were rummaged through but nothing else was missing.… total loss $52.96.
  • 11-007836  1626 hrs 4742 N. Congress Ave Possession Narcotics
    W/M Collin Sappington 5/27/84 was found to be smoking marijuana inside a 2010 Chrysler Sebring bearing LA Tag N253045.  He was also in possession of Suboxone without a prescription.  He was arrested, processed and tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-007865 1904 hrs 450 Miner Rd Criminal Mischief (throwing deadly missle)
    Victim W/M Franklin Correa (07-18-63) reported unknown person threw a baseball through his window while he was home.  No reported injuries, no suspects.
  • 11-007876 2012 hrs 309 W. Ocean Ave Burglary Residence
    VICTIM Michelle Guarneiri (DOB 06/22/1980) reported an unknown black male entered her bedroom through an open window and grabbed her purse which was sitting on top of a laundry hamper located next to her TV. The Perpetrator was unaware victim was home until she screamed and he immediately fled through the same window.  K-9 track was negative.  Total loss $250.00
  • 11-007893  2205 hrs 300 NW 3rd Street Possession of marijuana w/intent to sell
    B/M Edward Morton 23YOA was stopped for operating a bicycle without a headlight. He was subsequently arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to sell when (15) individually packaged 1x1 clear plastic bags of marijuana were located on his person.  He was processed and tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-007900  2302 hrs 134 NW 10th Ave Possession Contraband B/M Cameo Jylamar Woods was observed dropping an orange pill upon sight of uniformed officers.  Further investigation led to the discovery of more pills discovered to be Ecstasy  (Methamphetamine/MDMA) He was arrested, processed and tot’d PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for February 11, 2011 - February 14, 2011

  • 11-7688 1631 hrs 239 NE 9th Ave Burglary/Battery
    B/M Lamar Jackson 10/20/84 was arrested for burglary/battery and resisting arrest W/O violence after unlawfully entering the victim’s home and punching him. Jackson proceeded to resist officers’ attempts to take him into custody and was subsequently pepper-sprayed. He was TOT the PBCJ. No injuries sustained by any involved party.
  • 11-7712 1908 hrs 1919 N. Seacrest Blvd Agg. Battery/Knife
    Officers responded to a fight involving numerous persons, one reportedly armed with a knife. It was later determined that B/F Tempest Lucas 3/13/92 had cut another female involved in the melee with a kitchen knife (small laceration to shoulder, BBFR responded). She was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 11-7627  0446 hrs. DUI/Refusal 500 W. Gateway Blvd.
    Sgt. Johnson came in contact with a 1993 white Mercedes occupied by driver Alexei Glatko 08/11/80 at the red light at the 500 block W. Gateway Blvd.  As the light changed from red to green the vehicle did not move it remained stationary and did not proceed through the light.  Sgt. Johnson maneuvered his marked patrol car behind the Mercedes and observed that the driver and lone occupant Glatko appeared to be asleep behind the wheel, with the vehicle in gear and his foot on the brake.  Glatko was eventually awoken from his slumber and was found to have an order of alcohol emanating from his breath.  Glatko refused roadside sobriety tests and was found to possess a suspended driver’s license.  He was charged with the refusal and driving on a suspended DL and tot PBCJ.
  • 11-7665  1259 hrs. Burglary to Auto 1521 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    Officers responded to a burglary to auto at Burger King at the aforementioned location.  Upon arrival officers made contact with victim who advised that between 1059 and 1259hrs. this date someone entered into victims green 2006 Mercedes and removed victim’s purse from the floorboard via an unlocked passenger side door.  The purse contained several credit cards and other form of ID to included $50 cash.  No suspects at this time.
  • 11-7668 1327 hrs. Burglary to Residence 404 NE 26th Ave
    Officer responded to a burglary to the above stated residence which occurred between 1020 and 1315 hrs. this date.  Forced entry was made to the rear slider and 5 TV’s were removed from the residence along with a gold chain.  Total value approximately $4000.  C/S responded and processed said burglary. No suspects at this time.
  • 11-7673  1359hrs. Grand Theft/Retail 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Officers were called to Wal-Mart in ref. to a theft in progress.  As units were in route dispatch advised that a black p/u was vacating the area containing a w/m and a w/f and a b/m was currently in custody within Wal-Mart.  Apparently the b/m identified as Damien Davis 8/26/85 and the w/f identified as Deanna Headley 8/28/87 entered into the Wal-Mart and were taking multiple cd’s and placing them into baggage and then attempting to vacate the store passing all points of sale w/o paying for said merchandise.  Davis was apprehended within the store and Headley was able to elude immediate apprehension by running to an awaiting black Ford p/u which was parked directly in front of the exit for a fast getaway.  Headley ran and jumped into the truck with a black bag full of cd’s and fled the area.  Upon response to the area Officer Gilbert observed the black p/u and performed a stop.  All merchandise was recovered $2493.  All subjects were apprehended and sent to PBCJ as well as driver Richard Nielsen 1/6/68 who showed knowledge of the event and had actually assisted with other similar thefts in Broward and Dade counties at other Wal-Mart’s.  The p/u is being held for possible forfeiture.
  • 11-7556 1901 hrs 1502 S. Federal Hwy DUI
    W/F Donna Slobodnick 3/21/54 was arrested for DUI and TOT the PBCJ.
  • 11-7615 0142 hrs Sunset Rd/Old Dixie Vehicle Fire
    Officers responded to the outer fence-line of Mirabella Villas in reference to a 4-door subcompact vehicle fully engulfed in flames. No known injuries, Fire Marshall notified.
  • 11-7457  0638 hrs Burglary Business 1820 W Ocean Dr
    Officers responded to the Palm Beach Leisureville Golf Pro-Shop, in reference to a delayed burglary. The door's glass had been smashed out with an unknown object. Once inside the suspect(s) stole a unknown make/model 24'' flat-screen television, and left through the noted entry point. Nothing else was observed to have been disturbed or stolen. The television was valued at approx. $200.00.
  • 11-7459 0721 hrs Burglary Auto 424 E Gateway Blvd
    A 2005 Nissan Xterra FL tag S049lk had the right front window broken out ($250).  It appeared that an unknown person(s) had broken the window and attempted to remove  the vehicle stereo / CD player but were unsuccessful ($300).  The person(s) had  damaged the air vents located on either side of the stereo ($300). Total loss $850.
  • 11-7467 0855 hrs Warrant Arrest 701 Rider Rd 8
    Officers made contact with b/f Williams, Precious FCIC/NCIC  check revealed that Williams had an outstanding warrants. The warrants were two  FTA(10-29437/10-28937 and one VOP(10-05708 from Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office FL .The warrant  were confirmed with PBSO via Teletype Williams  was arrested, transported to BBPD, processed and  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-7474 1033 hrs Burglary Auto 1190 W BB Blvd
    Victim advised he entered the bowling alley at 1005 hours.  When he exited ten minutes later, he observed his vehicle's rear drivers side window (value of $200.00) was smashed in.  A black book bag containing several pieces of clothes (value of $50.00) was taken from the rear seat. No suspect information could be provided.
  • 11-7475 1035 hrs Burglary Fenced Compound 555 W Ocean Ave
    Officers responded to the Alpha Fence Co., in reference to a delayed burglary. Victim  advised that, unknown suspect(s) cut two heavy chains to his access gate, making entry. They stole a large bin. The stolen bin in question was described as 5' wide and 3' deep - dark gray with a handle. The total estimated loss of aluminum product was estimated at approx. $2000.00.
  • 11-74112211 hrs 2701 NE 4th St Strong-arm Robbery
    Officers responded in reference to a traffic crash. Upon arrival, it was determined that the victim had crashed into a parked car before having his wallet and cell phone forcibly removed from his person by two black males, who then fled on foot. No injuries were sustained.
  • 11-007269 0742 hrs Burglary Residence 163 Lake Monterey Cir.
    Complainant told officers that his son had placed his 20” blue and grey Mongoose inside of their courtyard on 2-10-11 at 1900hrs and when his son went outside today at 0730hrs the bike was gone.  No crime scene or suspect info.  Total loss $95.00.
  • 11-007289 0952 hrs Burglary Residence 515 NE 1st St
    Complainant told officers that unknown persons entered his residence and took 26 boxes of 16”x16” tile and 15 bags of thin set.  The suspects entered through a back window which they removed, and then loaded the items in a vehicle which they pulled up to the front door.  No latent finger prints where located at the crime scene.  Photos of the tire marks were TOT evidence.  Total loss $473.00.
  • 11-007302 1147 hrs Burglary Residence 701 Rider Rd
    Complainant told officers that he observed a truck with 2 B/M’s throwing electronic items and a motor scooter into the bed of the truck.  The complainant advised that the truck then fled the area.  The complainant then made contact with the home owner once he arrived home.  Officers conducted crime with negative results.  Approximate loss $5000.00.
  • 11-007326 1401 hrs Burglary Residence 3527 Chesapeake Cir.
    Complainant told officers that their garage door was left open from 2-10-11 at 1400hrs thru 2-11-11 1230hrs and that unknown persons entered the garage area and took a purple and silver ladies Schwinn mountain bike with the word “JAGUAR” on the frame.  No crime scene. No suspect information.  Total loss $150.00.

Overnight Incidents for February 10, 2011

  • 11-6908 2211 hrs Warrant Arrest 306 N Congress Ave
    Officers arrested Odonnell, Shaun (w/m 11-1-86) in reference to an outstanding warrant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for February 9, 2011

  • 11-6902 2301 hrs  131 E. Boynton Beach Blvd  Poss. Contraband
    B/M Corey Johnson 10/12/78 was arrested for possessing two “crack” pipes. He was TOT the PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for February 8, 2011

  • 11-6707 1945 hrs 400 NE 12th Ave Poss. Marijuana
    B/M Marquis Bradley 6/7/91 was arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to sell, within 1000 feet of a school. Ten 1X1” bags of marijuana were recovered and $600.00 in cash was seized for forfeiture. He was TOT the PBCJ.  
  • 11-6732 2249hrs 24 Walcott Dr Burglary-Residence
    Occurred between 1/19/11 and 2/7/11. Suspect(s) pried open the front door and ransacked the residence. Taken were two flat-screen TV’s, two necklaces, a bracelet, and cell phone ($2139.00). C.S. was negative.  
  • 11-6745 0046 hrs 200 NE 10th Ave Poss. Contraband
    B/M Haywood Anderson 3/21/58 was arrested for possession of crack cocaine, possession of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia subsequent to a bicycle stop. He was TOT the PBCJ 


Overnight Incidents for February 4, 2011- February 7, 2011 

  • 11-5987 2044 hours 200 NE 10th Ave. Poss. of Cocaine and R/A
    B/M Johnson, Kirby D. 10/04/84 was arrested for the above charges after a brief foot chase.  Search incident to arrest .5 grams of cocaine was located in Johnson’s possession.  TOT PBCJ.
     
  •  11-6020 2346 hours 2300 NE 1st Ln. GTA
    Sometime between 1400-2300 hours this date unknown suspect/s stole the victims 1998 green Dodge Intrepid Fl. Tag A399ID.
     
  •  11-6157 1948 hrs Burglary Auto 333 N Congress Ave
    Between 1930 and 1948 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by smashing a window. Taken from the vehicle was a GPS unit, valued at $300 and miscellaneous other items. Total loss estimated at $700. Crime scene and witness canvas were negative. 
  • 11-6165 2036 hrs Warrant Arrest 464 S Circle Dr
    Andrews, Michelle (b/f 12-16-82) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
     
  • 11-6174 2121 hrs Poss Cocaine w/Intent 400 blk NE 16th Ave
    Officers arrested Gregg, Travis (b/m 3-19-88) after he fled from officers on a quad style motorcycle. Search incident to arrest revealed he was in possession of cocaine and ecstacy. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
     
  • 11-6188 2235 hrs DUI 4975 Park Ridge Blvd
    Officers arrested Skrobeck, Sheila (w/f 9-1-56) for driving under the influence. She refused to provide a lawful sample of her breath, and was TOT PBCJ. 
     
  • 11-6195 2336 hrs Warrant Arrest 600 N Seacrest Blvd
    Officers arrested Laurin, Jason (w/m 10-22-70) after they became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 11-6218 0238 hrs Poss Sched IV w/out RX 1313 W BBB
    Officers arrested Coffey, James (w/m 8-6-82) for obstructing their investigation into a disturbance. Search incident to arrest revealed that he was in possession of a schedule IV drug without a prescription. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.  
  • 11-6226 Trespass Arrest, 701 Rider Rd, 0526hrs 
    B/F Melissa Moody DOB 7-11-78 was arrested after she broke out a window to the victim’s residence and entered looking for her boyfriend.
     
  • 11-6227 Warrant Arrest, 701 Rider Rd, 0539hrs 
    B/F Melissa Moody DOB 7-11-78 was additionally charged for an FTA traffic warrant and was TOT PBCJ.
     
  • 11-6232 Shoplifting Arrest, Publix, 1005 SW 22nd Ave, 0740hrs
     B/M’s Willie Lewis DOB 3-18-85 and Dorian Phoenix DOB 2-21-84 were arrested after they stole approx. $59.00 in steak. They fled the area on foot and were apprehended behind some houses in the 2200 blk of NW 2nd St. 
  • 11-6240  Burglary Residence, 2370 NW 1st St, 0850hrs between 1200hrs 02-01-11 and 0800hrs today.unknown suspects entered the victim’s fenced rear yard and stole the A/C unit by cutting the copper pipes connecting it to the residence. $600.00 loss. 
  • 11-6230 Burglary Auto x’s 3, 2006 S. Federal Hwy, Seagate
    11-6243,11-6246 – sometime overnight unknown suspects broke into three vehicles parked in the lot. No damage to all three cars indicating they were unsecured and the suspects were looking for easy entry. All three interiors were searched by the suspects with small amounts of change stolen and remaining contents strewn about. C/S negative.
     
  • 11-6312 1711 hrs DUI 2202 N Congress Ave
    Officers arrested Carranza, Rodrigo (w/m 5-6-67) for driving under the influence. While being processed he provided two lawful breath samples, results were .156 and .168. He was TOT PBCJ. 
  • 11-6373 2113 hrs DUI 100 SW 23rd Ave
    Officers arrested Stevens, Michael (w/m 1-15-62) for driving under the influence. While being processed he refused to provide lawful samples of his breath. He was TOT PBCJ.
     
     
  • 11-6377 2136 hrs Agg Battery 130 E MLK Blvd
    PC exists for Haywood; Ashley (b/f 1-30-91) for having pepper sprayed the victim. 
  • 11-6382 2203 hrs Agg Battery 1477 NW 1st St
    PC exists for Hardy, Eddie (b/m 5-9-88) for having pepper spayed the victim and then cutting him with an unknown instrument. 
  • 11-6464  Warrant Arrest  800 SW 15th Ave, 1103hrs
    B/M Roderick Newton DOB 8-26-89, FTA, TOT PBCJ.
     
  • 11-6448 – Disorderly Arrest, 214 E. Ocean Ave, 0859hrs
     W/F Barbara Rosa DOB 7-30-77, TOT PBCJ.
     
  • 11-6528 1837 hrs DUI  1100 N Congress Ave
    Pica, Jack (w/m 11-8-32) was arrested for driving under the influence. He was transported to Bethesda where he was admitted for treatment. Charges will be filed with the SA’s office. 
  • 11-6541 1941 hrs  Warrant Arrest 1690 Renaissance Commons
    Officers arrested Tucker, Laura (w/f 5-1-74) after they became aware of an outstanding warrant for her arrest. 
  • 11-6585 0116 hrs Warrant Arrest  300 E Woolbright Rd
    Officers arrested Kirmse, Stephen (w/m 1-15-76) in reference to an outstanding warrant.



Overnight Incidents for February 3, 2011

  • 11-5786 1910 hours 208 New Lake Drive Warrant Arrest
    W/F Lemner, Christine 08/08/91 was arrested after it was found that she had an outstanding warrant out of Marion County for resisting arrest with violence.  She was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-5789 1943 hours 4000 N. Congress Ave. Warrant Arrest
    W/F Urso, Christina L. 09/09/88 was arrested after she was stopped for a traffic violation and it was learned that she had an outstanding warrant for FTA DWLS.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-5793 2000 hours 1500 SW 8th St. Fleeing and Eluding
    B/M Green, Dasman A. 05/15/75 was taken into custody after a traffic stop was attempted on his vehicle.  As Ofc. Sohn approached the vehicle he immediately saw two bags of marijuana in plain view in the vehicle.  He ordered the driver out of the vehicle at which time he fled northbound.  Green then came to stop again on 8th St. just north of Ocean Dr. where he allowed a female passenger to exit.  Ofc. Sohn again approached the car and order Green to exit advising him he was under arrest.  Again Green drove off northbound.  At SW 8th St. and Boynton Beach Blvd. officers were able to deploy stop sticks on the vehicle deflating the front two tires.  Green drove eastbound running red lights and finally coming to a stop in the 200 block of NW 3rd Ave. where he was taken into custody.  Green was charged with Agg. Fleeing and Eluding and Possession of Marijuana under 20 grams.  He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-5808 2008 hours 217 N. Federal Hwy. Agg. Batt. On LEO/Flee and Elude/R-A/Hit and Run
    Sgt. Faine was at the above location doing an extra patrol when W/M Brazier, Michael J. 08/10/78 drove into the parking lot.  As Brazier approached Sgt. Faine’s vehicle from behind he struck the rear of it pushing it forward.  Sgt. Faine made contact with Brazier and had him step out of the vehicle.  At this point Sgt. Faine had Brazier sit on the hood of his vehicle and was waiting for radio traffic to clear due to the above incident.  Suddenly Brazier jumped back into his vehicle and locked the door.  Sgt. Faine attempted to get Brazier to exit but Brazier refused and began to try to drive away.  Sgt. Faine attempted to break the driver’s window but was unable to and Brazier accelerated and turned his vehicle toward Sgt. Faine running over his right foot with the right rear tire of his vehicle.  Brazier fled south on Federal Hwy. to SE 2nd Ave. where he turned eastbound.  A short time later the vehicle was located abandoned on SE 2nd Ave.  Officers were able to determine that Brazier lived and 632 SE 2nd Ave. Officers made contact with Brazier’s girlfriend who signed a consent to search of the apartment.  Ofc. Sohn responded to search for the suspect.  Brazier was located hiding in the bathtub in a bathroom inside.  Brazier refused to come out and show his hands so K-9 Hutch was deployed.  Brazier was taken into custody and taken to Bethesda and then later transferred to Delray Medical Center.  As of this writing it is unknown if Brazier will be admitted to Delray.  He will eventually be TOT PBCJ on the above charges.  Sgt. Faine was treated and released with minor injuries.
      

Overnight Incidents for February 2, 2011

  • 11-005583  1631 hrs  120 S. Atlantic Dr. E. Burglary Residence
    Victim W/M Jose Bonilla (DOB 05/23/1981) reported between 1130 hours and 1630 hours, someone entered his  residence via a open window, ransacking two bedrooms and stealing jewelry, shoes, a Toshiba laptop Gemini brand DJ mixing machine. The total loss approx. $4,800.00
  • 11-005597  1748 hrs  220 E. MLK Possession Contraband
    B/M Sherman Griffin (06/12/92) was arrested for possession of marijuana after officers responded to a call of subjects loitering and selling drugs in the area.  He was processed at BBPD and released with an NTA.
  • 11-005633  2215 hrs 273 Lake Monterey Circle Suspicious Loitering
    Timothy Lee Williams (DOB 08/30/1991) and  Martell Valcourt (DOB 02/13/1985) were arrested for having no valid reason in loitering behind occupied apartments.  Both were processed and TOT’d PBCJ.  2 bicycles were also located on the defendants and placed into BBPD Evidence.

Overnight Incidents for January 28, 2011 - Januay 31, 2011

  • 11-5258  1809 hrs Woolbright Rd/Federal Hwy Poss. Marijuana
    W/M Matthew Sikorsky 11/10/78 was arrested for possession of 29.5 grams of marijuana subsequent to a traffic stop. His 2001 Honda Accord was seized for forfeiture and he was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 11-5317 0021 hrs 400 W. Boynton Beach Blvd Poss. Narcotics
    W/F Rya Appel 11/1/74 was arrested for possession of scheduled narcotics W/O a prescription subsequent to a traffic stop. She was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 11-5084 1622 hours 801 N. Congress Ave. Stolen Vehicle
    Taken was a 2004 gold Dodge Stratus 4dr. bearing Fl. tag AJKG23.
  • 11-5118 2012 hours 300 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. Fail to Stop
    Ofc. Sohn observed a vehicle traveling at approximately 90-100 mph southbound on NW 3rd St. approaching Boynton Beach Blvd.  He attempted to catch up to the vehicle but lost sight of it as it turned west on Boynton Beach Blvd.  Ofc. Vargas observed the vehicle enter I-95 northbound and was able to covertly get close to the vehicle to get the tag.  The vehicle was a 2004 black Infiniti G35 bearing Fl tag 101NWP.  When Ofc. Vargas attempted a traffic stop on the vehicle it again accelerated to a very high rate of speed and all attempts to stop the vehicle were terminated.  Running the tag showed that the vehicle was listed as stolen out of Jupiter Police Dept.
  • 11-5149 2313 hours 1400 S. Federal Hwy. Fail to Stop
    Ofc. Jeanniton attempted to do a traffic stop on a 1999 Pontiac 2dr white in color bearing Fl. tag N619JS in the 1400 block of S. Federal Hwy.  Upon activating his lights the vehicle accelerated away from him and began to drive recklessly.  All attempts to stop the vehicle were terminated and it was last seen passing SE 23rd Ave. southbound.  Running the tag the vehicle came back to a female out of Riviera Beach.  RBPD responded to the residence and found it to be vacant.
  • 11-5167 0025 hours 1500 W. Gateway Blvd. Margarita’s Disorderly Intox.
    W/M Adams, John 08/17/72 was arrested after becoming extremely intoxicated at the bar.  Based on his intoxicated state, management advised him that they would no longer serve him.  He became belligerent and began cursing at them.  Upon officers arrival his behavior did not improve and was subsequently arrested and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-005007 0524 hrs  Poss Contraband 208 S Seacrest Blvd
    Eugene, Panel 10/27/88 was arrested for Possession of Marijuana under 20 grams. Eugene was taken into custody and tot BBPD were he was released with an NTA.
  • 11-005009  0651 hrs  Burglary Delayed 112 S Federal Hwy
    Victim advised  that between 1/28 at 1600 hours and this date at approx 0625 hours unknown person(s) made entry and exit through the front window of the business. The window was smashed out with a rock (lost value of 100.00) that was found in the lobby area. Once inside the unknown person(s) removed $60 in cash from the front desk and an unknown amount of checks.  Attempts to conduct crime scene yielded negative results for prints.
  • 11-4938 1907 hours 501 SE 18th Ave. Public Prostitution
    W/F Maira, Adriane R. 03/24/54 was arrested for prostitution after officers located her performing a sexual act on a male inside his van.  The male advised he paid her $21.00 for said act.  Maira was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-4967 2115 hours 1475 SW 8th St. Warrant Arrest
    W/M Lyons, Christopher 12/02/85 was taken into custody for an outstanding FTA warrant for burglary and a second warrant for burglary with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.  TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for January 27, 2011

  • 11-004593 1718 hrs 1020 NW 5th Ave Burglary Residence
    Victim B/M Eddie Roundtree (03/04/70), reported between 0730 and 1535 hours he discovered an open window to his residence open.  The window is usually left unlocked; however the screen had been removed.  Taken were a White Wii game console and a Laptop.  SN# for Wii entered in FCIC/NCIC.  Total Loss $700.00
  • 11-004599   1737 hrs 1331 S. Federal Hwy Burglary Auto
    Victim w/m Khan, Adrian dob 01-18-72 reported between 01-25-11 2130hrs 0715hrs this date someone entered his 2003 Infiniti G35, bearing FL tag# 098NLJ while it was parked on the 4th floor of his parking garage.  Taken was the vehicle’s shifter knob, valued at $250.00.  Victim believes he left his vehicle unlocked; no sign of forced entry.

Overnight Incidents for January 26, 2011

  • 11-4445 1643 hours 1007 Meadows Cr. Delayed Residential Burglary
    Victim states sometime between 12/01/10 and 01/25/11 suspect/s unknown entered his vacant residence and stole a dryer valued at $300.00.  It appears that the realtor key was used to gain entry since no force was located and key was missing.
  • 11-4453 1757 hours 2800 Hypoluxo Rd. Accident with Serious Injuries
    Units responded to the area in reference to a single vehicle crash/rollover with entrapment.  Victim was transported to Delray Medical Center as a Trauma Alert and is currently in critical condition.  Alcohol likely involved.
  • 11-4476 2019 hours 4791 N. Congress Ave. Marathon Delayed Auto Burglary
    Victim states that sometime between 1815 and 2015 suspect/s unknown smashed out the rear passenger window of his 2011 Ford Taurus rental vehicle taking misc. papers of no value.  Crime scene was negative.
  • 11-4502 0030 hours 1599 SW 30th Ave. #16-17 Burglary Attempt
    Officers responded to the above location in reference to an alarm.  Upon their arrival they located a hole in the glass door just above the dead bolt.  Inside the business hammer head was located on the floor, likely the instrument used to make the hole.  Entry was not gained.  Crime Scene negative, hammer was collected and submitted to evidence.
  • 11-4504 0138 hours 1015 W. Gateway Blvd. Chandi Liquors Burglary
    Officers responded to the above location in reference to an alarm.  Upon their arrival the located a smashed out front window.  As of this writing it is unknown what was taken.  It appears entry was not made into store but several bottles of vodka appear to be missing from a front display case.  K-9 is attempting a track at this time.  No suspect seen.
      

Overnight Incidents for January 25, 2011

  • 11-4312 2047 hours 2000 Hypoluxo Rd.  Warrant Arrest
    B/F Watkins, Lashunta 10/05/75 was arrested after it was learned during a traffic stop that she had an active warrant for FTA for no driver’s license that was issued in 2003.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-4346 0102 hours 9202 Mahogany Dr.  Disorderly Intox.
    W/F Westrich, Jaime 11/11/87 was arrested after officers responded to the area in reference to disturbance.  Westrich was located in the parking lot highly intoxicated and screaming.  Officers advised her numerous times to quiet down but due to her intoxicated state she refused and several neighbors were observed exiting their residences to see what was going on.  Westrich was TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for January 22, 2011 - January 24, 2011

  • 11-004145 1857 hrs 1650 Stonehaven Drive Stolen Vehicle
    Victim Michael Davis (DOB 10/26/1988) reported his 2009 red Kinroad LP scooter bearing FL 8845LB stolen from the parking between 01/19/2011 1600 hrs and today’s date 1800 hrs.  Stolen Vehicle Affidavit signed.

  • 11-004183 0008 hrs 261 N. Palm Dr Burglary Auto
    Victim B/F Norfus, Marsha (DOB 08/22/63) reported that between 2200 hrs on 01/23/11 and 00:00 hrs today, unknown suspects smashed the drivers side rear window of her blue Chevy Malibu with Fl tag M21RE  and and stole from the trunk a blue nursing bag containing various medical equipment and supplies.   Total estimated loss $600.00.
  • 11-4109 1314 hrs 524 NE 22nd Ave Trespass Warning
    B/M Anton Patterson DOB 5-12-49 was issued a trespass warning for loitering in the store. He left w/out incident.
  • 11-3968 1759 hrs Winn Dixie 620 S. Federal Hwy Strong Arm Robbery Arrest
    w/m John Stevens DOB 7-18-67 was arrested after investigation revealed he stole $35.63 worth of food and when confronted by staff he punched them in the face with his fist while retaining the merchandise. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-3971 1811 hrs 905 SW 15th Ave Narcotic Arrest
    w/m Matthew Tackett DOB 12-21-82 was arrested for possession of paraphernalia resulting from a traffic stop investigation for a suspended DL. TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-3978 1834 hrs 1000 NW 4th St Warrant Arrest
    w/f Johanna Morales DOB 1-26-89, FTA Traffic, TOT PBCJ
  • 11-3891 0651 hrs 130 NE 4th Ave Trespass Arrest
    W/F April Melleski DOB 4-15-85 was arrested after she refused to leave the property. NTA issued.
  • 11-3895 0829 hrs 1151 N. Congress Ave Vandalism Auto Arrest
    Investigation revealed w/f Shannon Shea DOB 2-9-90 vandalized the victim’s vehicle by scratching it with a key while it was parked overnight at the movie theater. TOT PBSO.
  • 11-3845 2148 hrs 1800 S. Federal Hwy DUI/Rollover Crash 
    w/f Amanda Morreale 2/7/82 crashed and rolled her Honda exiting McDonalds.  The vehicle came to rest on its roof.  Morreale was taken into custody following a DUI investigation 

 
Overnight Incidents for January 21, 2011

 

  • 11-3601 1636 hours 401 NE 27th Ave. Resisting Arrest W/O Violence/Warrant
    B/M Hall, Christopher L 08/09/86 was taken into custody after a very brief foot pursuit in reference to the above charges.  Hall was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-3623 1829 hours Meadows Blvd./Teal Wy. GTA
    Vehicle taken was a 1994 Olds. 4dr gold in color bearing Fl. Tag P725I.
  • 11-3664 0036 hours 365 N. Congress Ave. Carolina Ale House Disorderly Intox.
    W/M Czecheowski, James P. 08/28/84 was arrested after multiple officers responded to the Carolina Ale House in reference to a fight in progress.  Upon officers arrival James was observed in the parking lot screaming obscenities trying to start fights with multiple people.  He was subsequently arrested for disorderly intoxication and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for January 20, 2011

  • 11-03418 1811 Burglary Residence 105 S. Palm Dr.
    Victim reported that unknown persons entered the residence between 0700 and 1810 hours by pushing a door window inward from the frame and unlocking the door. A 50” LG LCD television, miscellaneous jewelry, and women’s clothing were stolen. Total loss is $2,768.00.
     
  • 11-03459 2220 Stolen Vehicle 2212 N. Congress Ave. (Boynton Ale House)
    Victim reported that an unknown person stole his vehicle (white 2 Dr Honda Accord, FL tag F425VE) from the parking lot between 1930 and 2220 hours.
      

Overniht Incidents for January 19, 2010

  • 11-003191 1747 hrs 2618 SW 5th St Burglary Residence (Auto)
    Victim w/f Nicole Veltre reported that during the 5 to 10 minutes she arrived at her mother-in-laws house at the above address to drop off her kids at approximately 1715 hours, someone entered her unlocked vehicle (2010 black Chrysler 300 FL tag I685MM) and removed her purse from the front seat. Purse contained an Apple iPhone, $500 in cash and a Chase Visa card and a Sears credit card. Total value lost of $899
  • 11-003234  2109 hrs   716 New Lake Drive Strong Arm Robbery
    Victim A/M Xiong Zheng 19 YOA, (a delivery man from Lucky's Take Out 109 E. Boynton Beach Blvd.) reported making a delivery and attacked by 2 Latin males who struck him numerous times with a closed fist.  The perpetrators stole the food, but not his money.  A K-9 track led to the parking lot of building 9 before it terminated.
  • 11-003272  0106 hrs 300 NW 10th Ave Possession Contraband
    Gerald Bell 05/18/64 was arrested for possession of paraphernalia during a routine stop, and released on scene with an NTA.

Overnight Incidents for January 15, 2011 - January 18, 2011

  • 11-003004 2001 hrs  301 N. Federal Hwy (CVS) Trespass after warning
    W/F Maira, Adrianna (DOB 03/24/54)  was arrested after having been previously trespassed from the property on November 17, 2010.  She was transported BBPD processed and released with an NTA.
  • 11-003050 2341 hrs  575 East Ridge Circle Burglary Residence (Cat-type)
    H/M Gonazalez, Juan (DOB 04/08/77) reported between 22:30 and 23:00 hours, somebody had entered and vandalized his residence, and it appeared they were going to take electronic items (as evident by cut wires).  Chemicals were dumped in his fishtank and the house was ransacked, but nothing was taken. Roommate, H/M Gonzalez, Julian, was asleep during the burglary and did not hear anything.
  • 11-003051 2346 hrs  321 NE 11th Ave  Warrant
    B/M Terrance Bythwood (10//12/1968) was found to have an outstanding warrant after contact was made during a traffic stop.  He was tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-003058 0024 hrs 13 Hawthorne Lane Warrant
    Utilizing the warrant list, w/m Stephen Cochran Jr (dob 05/29/86) was picked up at his home for two active warrants and tot’d PBCJ.
  • 11-2854 2005 315 S. Federal Hwy. Strong Arm Robbery
    W/M Cutter, Nicholas T. 02/25/86 was arrested after the victim stated that he ripped her purse off of her shoulder and fled into the field next to the above address.  A perimeter was set up and K-9 responded to the scene.  After a brief track Hutch was able to locate the suspect hiding in some bushes with the victim’s purse laying next to him.  He also had a knife.  Cutter refused to comply with the verbal commands of officers and Hutch was deployed and able to apprehend Cutter.  Cutter was taken to Bethesda for medical clearance and TOT PBCJ.  SIR to follow.
  • 11-2876 2219 hours 1001 Coastal Bay Blvd. Trespass/Disorderly Intox
    W/M Stevens, John 07/18/67 was arrested after several residents called stating that he had jumped into their enclosed patio area of their residences and was beating on their door screaming at the home owners.  Stevens was located inside the patio of 1003.  He was extremely intoxicated and belligerent.  He was taken into custody and TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-2745  0440hrs Simple Battery 100 North I95
    Officers responded to the 2100 block of N. I95 in ref. to a simple battery to a taxi cab driver.  Upon arrival Taxi Cab driver advised that he had picked up a fare Jonas Kumpitch 1/28/71 in WPB and drove him to a location in Boca Raton where Jonas jumped of the cab refusing to pay for the fare.  Boca Raton PD made contact with Jonas and placed him back in the cab and advised that the cab driver agreed to return Jonas back to Palm Beach.  While in route to WPB in the area of Gateway and I 95 Jonas reached into the front seat area and began to choke the cab driver.  The cab driver pulled over and Jonas once again jumped from the vehicle and was apprehended by BBPD and charged with the simple battery and Theft of services/theft and tot PBCJ.
  • 11-2750  0529hrs. Retail Theft  3200 Old Boynton Rd.
    Officers responded to Wal-mart and located Melvin Brown 08/31/63 attempting to steal 2 pairs of shoes.  It was discovered that Brown had a previous trespass warning from Wal-Mart to stay out of the store and he was subsequently arrested for same and tot PBCJ as he had not yet completed the shoplifting event.
  • 11-2751  0707hrs.  Strong-arm Robbery 609 N. Railroad Ave
    Officers responded to 609 N. Railroad in ref. to a strong-arm robbery where a B/M unk. Wearing a white “T” shirt and beige shorts approx. 5-09 250 lbs entered victim’s business stating he neede3d to use the bathroom.  Victim allowed suspect to use bathroom and when completed, suspect was escorted from business.  Out side the business suspect grabbed victims pants in attempt to obtain victims’ wallet and was unsuccessful in the attempt and rode off on a red and white bicycle.  Investigation continues.
  • 11-2757  0937hrs Disturbance  2000 NW 2nd Street
    Officers responded a third time within the last 2 days in ref. to 2000 NW 2nd Street in ref. to a fight in progress with approx. 30 people involved.  Upon arrival subjects were broken up and most had vacated the area.  The incident is evolving from a battery 1-15-11, a possession of firearm charge following the battery and a shots fired call last evening 1-16-11.  Officers performed an extra patrol on this location throughout the shift.
  • 11-2684 2148 hours 2000 NW 2nd St. Shots Fired
    Victims called 911 saying that someone had just shot approximately 5 shots in front of their residence.  Upon arrival officers made contact with a witness who advised that he heard 5 shots and observed a small dark colored 4 dr. vehicle leaving the area without its lights on.  Units canvassed the area with negative results but were able to locate four 45 caliber and one 9 mm shell casing in the street in front of the residence.  Crime scene responded and collected the shell casings.
  • 11-2695 2315 hours 300 NE 10th Ave. Poss. of Marijuana under 20g and R/A without violence
     
    Officers were on routine patrol in the above area when the were flagged down by a male stating that another subject had just pulled a knife on him.  Officers attempted to make contact with suspect but upon sight of the officers the suspect fled on foot.  After a lengthy foot chase the subject was captured.  Investigation revealed that he did not have a knife and the disturbance was only verbal in nature.  Search incident to arrest for the R/A B/M Brown, Gregory L. 02/20/77 was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana.
  • 11-2536 0454hrs Stolen Auto 1310 N. Federal Hwy
    Officers responded to Sunshine Car Wash in ref. to a call ref. someone stealing victim’s 2003 Toyota Camry tan in color bearing FL tag N93-5ZW while he attempted to obtain change from an ATM on premise.  BOLO issued, statement obtained.
  • 11-2550 1013hrs Attended Death 1003 Siesta Ave.
    Officers responded to the above address in ref. to 89 yr. old Hospice patient David Koenig 11-15-21 passing away.  Upon arrival Koenig was deceased and Dr. advised that he would sign certificate.  Removal service was contacted and removal was complete upon departure.
  • 11-2583 1313hrs Retail Theft/Felony  3200 Old Boynton Rd.
    Officers responded to Wal-Mart in ref. to a subject in custody in ref. to shoplifting.  Upon arrival officers made contact with the Wal-Mart LPO advised that she observed Antonio Smith 08/04/67 pickup and place numerous articles of Men’s clothing ($252), place them in his shopping cart and pass all points of sale without paying for said merchandise.  A criminal history check on Smith revealed that he had two previous convictions for retail theft within the past 5 years and he was subsequently tot PBCJ ref. Felony Retail Theft.
  • 11-2596 1514hrs Burglary unoccupied Dwell 15 Country Lake Circle
    Officers responded to 15 County Lake Circle in ref. to a burglary to a vacant residence that occurred between 1500hrs. 1/14/11 and 1130 1/15/11.  Owner advised during this time frame persons unknown entered this vacant residence possibly by unsecured door and kick a large hole in a wall within the res. Valued at $200.  No suspects at this time.
  • 11-2499 2123 hours 131 E. Boynton Beach Blvd. Kentucky Fried Chicken
    W/M Ackerman, Todd E. 07/09/63 was arrested after he was observed drinking a bottle of vodka inside the business.  When the manager asked him to leave he began cursing and screaming causing a disturbance.  TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for January 14, 2011

  • 11-2264  Burglary 2119 SW Park Dr  1605 hours
    Victim reported residential burglary occurred during the day where jewelry, musical instruments and coins were taken.  Witness provided information which developed a suspect.  CSI responded.  Investigation is on-going.
  • 11-2334 Fail to Stop 1300 N. Seacrest Blvd 2250 hours
    Officer Lindsay attempted to stop a vehicle driven by Willie Smith.  Smith failed to yield.  Attempt to stop was discontinued.  Smith drove to a residence at 403 NW 15th Avenue (dead end street) where he was taken into custody.  T.O.T. PBCJ

Overnight Incidents for January 13, 2011

  • 11-002064 1521hrs  815 W. BBB #10-104  Burglary Residence
    Victim W/F Castrillon-Correa, Maria (10/26/40) reported sometime between 0700hrs and 1400hrs someone entered her apartment through an unlocked front window after attempts at the front door (door lock and handle found damaged).  Once inside a Brown Dresser Drawer (est. value $50.00), containing nothing of value was taken. Additional areas ransacked but nothing else appeared to be taken at this time.  No suspects.
  • 11-002153  2244 hrs   2290 N. Congress Ave (LA Fitness) Burglary Auto
    Victim, w/f Amy Schwartz (DOB 02/24/86) reported between 1820 and 2100, her 2006 blk Mercedes CLS 500 (TX tag # BDI-M789) was burglarized by an unknown person. Suspects shattered the driver’s side window and stole her purse from the floor of the back seat.  Total Loss $355.00 fl D/L, SSN card, and multiple credit cards.

Overnight Incidents for January 12, 2011

  • 11-1952 1825 hours 1200 N. Seacrest Blvd. Poss. of marijuana under 20 g.
    B/M Waters, Johnny L. 11/10/80 was arrested for possession of marijuana under 20 grams after a traffic stop was conducted and he advised that he had it on him.  He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-1967 1949 435 Miner Rd. Delayed Residential Burglary
    Officers responded to the above location in reference to an audible burglary alarm.  Upon their arrival they located a smashed out side window.  The residence was checked for suspects which met with negative results.  As of this writing the homeowners were unable to be located so it is unclear if anything is missing however evidence on the scene suggested that the home had been rummaged through.  Crime Scene responded to process the scene.
  • 11-1982 2135 hours Gulfstream Blvd./Federal Hwy. AOD Delray Beach PD
    Delray Beach PD requested the use of our K-9 in reference to a subject that had fled from them who had active warrants for Aggravated Battery with a deadly weapon, agg. Fleeing and eluding, and resisting arrest without violence.  A perimeter had been established around a business that the suspect had been seen fleeing into.  Ofc. Sohn  responded and Hutch was able to locate the suspect inside the compound and apprehended him after a brief struggle.  Suspect received very minor injuries and was TOT Delray Beach PD. SIR to follow.

Overnight Incidents for January 11, 2011

  • 11-1790 2030 hours 1800 NE 4th St. Armed Robbery
    Victim stated that he was walking southbound on NE 4th St. from Gateway Blvd. when he was approached by 2 Haitian males, 1. mid 20’s-mid 30’s 5’10 130 short black hair white shirt and jeans 2. 20’s-mid 30’s 5’11 160 skull cap, black jacket and jeans, stating they had a gun (none seen) and demanded the victims laptop.  Victim turned over his HP laptop (unk. Serial #).  The laptop had three stickers on it 1. Senior Class 2009 2. US Army 3. ESS.  Suspects fled westbound on NE 20th Ave.  K-9 search was negative for suspects.
  • 11-1797 2153 hours 1700 N. Congress Ave. DUI Related Crash with Injuries
    W/M King, Donald C. 03/14/72 was arrested for DUI after investigation revealed that he caused a two car accident injuring two people (minor) in the other vehicle.  King refused a breath test and was TOT to PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for January 8, 2011 - January 10, 2011

  • 11-001506 – Traffic Arrest, 2200 N. Congress Ave, 1108hrs
    Investigation post traffic stop reveals driver W/M Ignacio Ramoz Tabera DOB 5-28-79 was never issued a driver’s license. TOT PBCJ
  • 11-001296 – Narcotics Arrest, 100 NW 10th Ave
    Investigation post traffic stop revealed B/M Willie Wyche DOB 5-12-61to be in possession of cocaine. TOT PBCJ
  • 11-1203 Flee/Elude 500 S. Federal Hwy 1750 hours
    b/m Wilbentz Daneville 10-09-91 failed to yield subsequent to a traffic infraction and fled south through the Chase Bank parking lot finally stopping at the intersection of SE 8th and SE 3rd Street where he was taken into custody by Officer Turco.
  • 11-1279 AOD FD FIRE 2397 SW 13th Ave 0005 hours
    Units responded to the report of a residential fire.  Upon arrival flames visible.  FD responded and extinguished fire.  FD investigation is on-going.  No injuries.

Overnight Incidents for January 7, 2011

  • 11-1033 1709 hours 1901 N. Seacrest Blvd. Ezell Hester Poss. of Marijuana/False Name/Warrant
    B/M Jackson, Christopher C. 07/13/90 was arrested after officers made contact with him for loitering in the park.  Jackson lied about his name because he knew he had a warrant.  Search incident to arrest officers located less than 20 grams of marijuana in Jackson’s possession.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-1055 1835 hours 3000 N. Federal Hwy. Recovered Stolen Auto/Warrant Arrest
    Ofc. Viscome ran the tag on a Chrysler Sebring traveling northbound on Federal Hwy. revealing the vehicle was listed stolen out of PBSO.  The vehicle was followed (no pursuit) until sufficient units were in the area and a felony traffic stop was conducted at 7th Ave. S. and Dixie Hwy. in Lake Worth.  All occupants of the vehicle were compliant and taken into custody without incident.  Investigation revealed that the driver the vehicle was the registered owner and a disgruntled ex-boyfriend had reported the car stolen.  One of the passengers B/M Rosario, Emilio 05/03/72 was found to have 3 outstanding traffic warrants and was TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-1079 2118 600 N. Congress Ave. Poss. of marijuana/tampering with evidence
    B/M Guerrier, Jackson 03/12/91 was arrested after a traffic stop was conducted on his vehicle.  Upon officers making contact with Guerrier he immediately started throwing up.  Officer Munro noticed that the vomit had marijuana in it and that Guerrier was now chewing on a plastic bag with a green leafy substance in it.  Guerrier was arrested and TOT PBCJ for the above charges.

Overnight Incidents fir January 6, 2011

  • 11-851 1747 hours 100 NE 6th Ave. Warrant Arrest
    B/F Lewis, Nichole A. 08/30/82 was arrested for two FTA warrants one for possession of marijuana under 20 grams and the other for R/A without violence.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 11-909 2302 hours 2300 N. Federal Hwy. DUI Arrest
    W/M Allison, Craig D. 03/06/80 was arrested for DUI.  He provided a breath sample of .111.  TOT PBCJ
      

Overnight Incidents for January 5, 2011

  • 11-00621  1629hrs shoplifting 501 SE 18th Ave
    Arthur James Williams was arrested for felony shoplifting after it was learned that he had more than two other convictions for shoplifting in the past.  Today’s offense totaled $33.67.  He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 1-00639   1804hrs  shoplifting  801 N. Congress Ave
    W/F Adriana Gonzalez was arrested after she was caught stealing $90.95 worth of merchandise.  She was processed and issued an NTA.
  • 11-00674 2026hrs shoplifting 3200 Old Boynton Road
    B/F Dargena Dorsainvil was arrested after she was caught stealing $121.56 worth of merchandise.  She was processed and issued an NTA.
  • 11-00703  2306hrs Death-ME 2382 SW 9th Ave
    W/m David Green (73 yoa) passed away due to a history of heart problems, hypertension, A-FIB and recent heart stents.  Green did not have a local doctor and after observing no signs of foul play the ME was called.
  • 11-00716 0044hrs Warrant 224 NE 10th Ave
    Marcus Simmons was arrested after a records check revealed he had an outstanding warrant for FTA.

Overnight Incidents for January 4, 2011

  • 11-00530 Burglary, GTA  2000 High Ridge Road  0036hrs
    Carmax corporate surveillance reported an in progress burglary and auto theft.  Officers set up in a perimeter, K9 deployed and b/m James Poole 04-05-92 was apprehended after bailing out of a stolen Ford pick-up inside the Carmax compound.

Overnight Incidents for December 30, 2010 - January 3, 2011

  • 11-186 0013 1500 Stonehaven Drive Corruption by Threat/R-A without Violence
    Multiple units responded to the above location in reference to a large party.  Upon arrival there were approximately 300 people in the parking lot refusing to leave.  Numerous officers responded and began to clear the area.  While this was going on B/M Ruben Francois stated to an officer, who was attempting to clear the parking lot, that he would kill the officer if he ever saw him again.  While officers were attempting to take Ruben into custody his brother decided to interfere with this arrest and B/M Davidson Francois was arrested for obstruction.
  • 10-62101  1931 Strong-Arm Robbery  1000 N. Federal Hwy
    Victim reported that a muscular B/M with short hair, white shirt, black shorts, pulled her purse from her possession while she was waiting at the bus stop. The subject then fled the area on a bicycle, last seen riding westbound on NE 10th Ave. Victim signed a Refusal to Prosecute after she repeatedly explained that she had guests coming to her home tonight and could not cooperate any further with the investigation.
  • 10-62103  1935 Burglary Arrests  2000 High Ridge Rd.   (Carmax)
    Reference case # 10-62012, (reported burglary to the fenced compound of the business), shift officers were anticipating the return of the burglars to the business since the vehicle keys were still missing to a Mercedes and Infiniti. At 1935 hours, at least two subjects were seen walking southbound on High Ridge Rd. Officers responded, but did not locate them on the roadway. Instead, three subjects were located hiding in an alcove behind a closed business south of Carmax.  Subsequent investigation revealed one subject had the stolen Mercedes remote key in his possession, which had fallen to the ground during a pat-down. Detective Bureau responded. B/M, James Poole, 04/05/92, and two juveniles were charged with Burglary Fenced Compound, Burglary Auto, and Petit Theft.
  • 10-62012 0924hrs. Burglary Fenced Compound 2000 High Ridge Rd
    Officers responded to CarMax 2000 High Ridge Rd. in ref to vandalism to two vehicles.  Rep. advised that between 12-30-10 2200 hrs. and 12-31-10 0630 hrs. Persons’ unknown attempted to obtain the keys to two separate vehicles on property by attempting to breaking into lockboxes located on the exterior glass edge of the vehicles windows front drivers’ door area.  The glass on a 2006 Infiniti G35 was broken (no entry made) and the glass on a 2006 Mercedes C230 was broken.  Value of broken glass $1200 and lock boxes $25.  Key that was contained in boxes valued at $500.  No suspects at this time.
  • 10-62030 1149 hrs. Burglary to Auto 417 Villa Circle
    Between 12-3-10 2200 and 12-31-10 1100hrs. Persons’ unknown forcibly entered into victims’ 2007 Blue Honda via passenger side door, which was parked in front of victims’ apartment by tampering with the door locking mechanism.  Removed from the vehicle were two gate pass keys valued at $30. C/S search for latent prints proved negative.
  • 10-62035 1227 hrs Retail Theft  801 N. Congress Ave
    LPO personnel from JC Penny observed by use of CCTV Dainelle Marcinek 11-19-89 and Eric Rights 12-02-87 pickup and conceal numerous items valued at $104.99 from display racks and conceal the merchandise in Marcinek’s purse and then walk past all points of sale without paying for the merchandise.  Both subjects were apprehended and returned back to the store by the LPO where merchandise was recovered.  Both subjects were charged with Retail Theft and Marcinek was arrested on a PBSO FTA warrant ref. retail theft and tot PBCJ.
  • 10-61780 Strong Arm Robbery 1310 N. Federal Hwy (Sunshine Car Wash) 1926hrs
    Victim arrived from Ontario and wanted to wash his car.  Prior to getting to the change machine he was relieved of his wallet by an unknown b/m suspect.  Victim hit his head on the ground while attempting to retain the wallet.  Treated at BMH.  Suspect not located.
  • 10-61784 Armed Burglary 3030 S. Congress Ave #9  1955hrs
    Witness reported a burglary in progress at the above address.  Suspect vehicle located on SW 30th Ave. Suspects identified via show up.  Driver armed with loaded 9mm Smith and Wesson handgun, in possession of 3.5tpw Cocaine, Burglary Tools, and a large quantity of stolen tools.  Det. McDeavitt responded and interviewed arrested: b/m A. West, b/m L. Green and b/m T. Jones.  All three suspects have addresses in Dade County.  West was additionally charged as a felon in possession of a firearm. 3 TOT PBCJ
      

Overnight Incidents for December 29, 2010

  • 10-61571  1855 Trespass After Warning 3200 Old Boynton Rd. (Walmart)
    W/F, Wandy Gallegos, 05/10/84, was arrested after investigation revealed she returned to the property today after having been previously trespassed. Subject NTA’d
  • 10-61615   2233  Poss. Marijuana with Intent to Sell  300 N. Congress Ave.
    B/M, Nelson Joseph, 09/14/89, was arrested after a traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle he was driving for a traffic violation. Subsequent investigation revealed a heavy odor of marijuana in the vehicle. Upon being informed of the smell of marijuana in his vehicle, Joseph stated, “I’m not going to lie. I have a large bag of dope in the glove box and my license is not good.”  Joseph had 121 grams of marijuana in a large plastic baggie and his license was suspended. Joseph also had a warrant for his arrest for Failure to Appear (Traffic), reference case 10-61628. He was arrested and transported to PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for December 28, 2010

  • 10-61377 1854  Burglary Residence  529 NW 11th Ave.
    Victim reported unknown person broke a bedroom window, made entry into the residence, and removed a Microsoft X-box, hard-drive, and games. Total loss is $825.00. Incident occurred sometime between 12/24 0800 hours and today’s date.
  • 10-61410  2350  Burglary Structure 2303 N. Congress Ave. (La Costa)
    A representative of the property reported an unknown person pried the locks to an electrical room, gaining entry, then turned off the power to the building. Upon reset of the power, the door locked before any further check of the room could be assessed for damage. The representative did not have a key, but will notify PD of any further damage.

Overnight Incidents for December 23, 2010 - December 27, 2010

  • 10-61225 2137 hrs Trespass Property & R/A   3846 Jonathans Way  
    W/M Castellano, Ronald (05/06/62) was arrested after trespassing on the property of his neighbor over an HOA rule about placing her garbage can outside too early.  He interfered with the officer’s investigation and resisted arrest.  He was processed and tot’d PBCJ
  • 10-61165 – Burglary Residence, 176 SE 27th Pl, 1233hrs  
    Between 2000hrs on the 20th and 1215hrs today unknown suspects gained entry to the victim’s residence and once inside stole their $250.00, 32” Magnavox flat screen TV. C/S negative.
  • 10-60929 1654 hrs  Strong arm robbery  1729 N. Congress Ave (Marshalls)
    B/m Jones, Joshua (02/03/85) was arrested for after shoplifting $86.00 worth of merchandise and then physically fighting with loss prevention personnel in attempts to retain the stolen merchandise and flee apprehension.  He was processed and tot’d PBCJ
  • 10-60931 1707 hrs Strong arm Robbery 1700 N. Seacrest Blvd
    Victim B/F Layota Clemons reported being struck in the head by B/M Carlton Johnson (04/22/78) after she yelled at him to stop harassing a group of young girls while she was in a vehicle at the intersection.  Johnson approached her car, struck her then snatched her cellular telephone from her hands.   The phone was later recovered at Johnson’s sister’s residence.  Probable cause exists for Johnson’s arrest.
  • 10-60959 2042 hrs Warrant  1634 S. Federal Hwy
    During an investigation of a disturbance w/m Charles Goodman was found to have an outstanding warrant for F.T.A. for Case Disposition (Retail Theft).  The warrant was confirmed.  He was arrested, processed and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-60759  1656 Retail Theft 1901 N. Congress Ave. (Kohl’s)
    W/M, Richard Kline, 7/22/86 and W/F, Ashlee Sheridan, 2/11/85; were arrested after investigation revealed they concealed $1,670.00 in store merchandise on and within the stroller occupied by their 1 YOA daughter. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-60800  2018  Warrant Arrest 135 NE 1st Ave.
    W/M, Crecencio Rivera, 01/13/63, turned himself in for the outstanding warrant for his arrest for F.T.A. Solicit Prostitution. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-60804  2046  Possession Contraband 1600 N. Seacrest Blvd.  
    W/F, Jaclyn Bettencourt, 05/24/83, was arrested after investigation revealed she was in possession of a pipe for smoking marijuana and in possession of two pills of Alprazolam without a prescription. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-60824  2345 Burglary Residence 2784 Quantum Lakes Dr.
    Victim reported that sometime between 1130 and 2330 hours, unknown persons entered the garage and vandalized the garage door sensors and track system. Victim was adamant that the garage door was closed upon leaving, but found it open upon return.
  • 10-60585 1744 hrs Warrant Arrest/Poss. Marijuana  128 S. Atlantic Dr. West
    B/M, James Poole, 04/05/92, was arrested for F.T.A. warrant. He was also charged with Possession of Marijuana (.3 grams), which he had in his front pants pocket, reference case 10-60588.
  • 10-60507  Burglary attempt 118 Lake Monterey Cir
    At 0900hrs victim advised that she heard a knock at her door and when she opened it she observed unknown suspects running from the area.  Upon further investigation she observed that the bathroom screen had been pried from the window.  Damage to the screen and window.
  • 10-60511 Burglary to Auto 2101 W. Woolbright Road
    Victim advised that between 12/21/10 and today’s date unknown person/s entered into her vehicle stealing items valued at $900.00.  There was no damage to the vehicle.
  • 10-60519  Burglary to Auto  1775 n. Congress Ave (24 hour fitness)
    Victim advised that sometime between 1035 and 1140 hrs this date unknown person/s entered into her vehicle stealing items valued at $550.00 through a smashed out window.  Credit cards obtained from the vehicle were used later this date purchasing $225.00 worth of gift cards.  The individual making the purchase is described as a heavy set black female late 20’s possibly early 30’s with big lips, big eyes wearing a blue jacket, blue/white/red striped shirt, black leggings, black flats and a pink hat.
  • 10-60525  Burglary to Auto 3301 W. Boynton Beach Blvd
    Victim advised that sometime between 0800 and 1200 hrs an unknown person/s entered into her vehicle through a smashed out window.  The center console had been rummaged through but nothing was taken.
  • 10-60542  Shoplifting  1343 hrs 2755 S. Federal Hwy
    W/M Theodore Wagner was arrested after an investigation revealed that he stole 5 full Natural Ice beer cans from the store.  Wagner was processed and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-60544  Shoplifting  1344 hrs   801 N. Congress Ave (JC Penny)
    W/F Maria Hanson was arrested after she was caught stealing $203.93 worth of merchandise.  Hanson was issued a NTA and released.

Overnight Incidents for December 22, 2010

  • 10 60371 Recovered Stolen Vehicle 2630 NE 3 Court  1732 hours
    Silver Dodge Charger stolen in Hollywood, FL on 10-26-2010 was recovered at the above address.  Multiple Cable Boxes discovered during inventory of trunk.
  • 10 60420 DUI 1100 N. Congress Ave 2033 hours
    w/m Thomas Baker 5-27-55 arrested for DUI after a traffic stop.  .178 and .181
     

Overnight Incidents for December 21, 2010

  • 10-60200 1758 hrs Robbery (alleged)  701 W. BBB
    Victim Shane Breslin reported being robbed of money at and followed the suspect to Coral Springs.  He later signed a Refusal to Prosecute Form regarding the alleged Strong-Arm Robbery due to the incident occurring while he was attempting to buy drugs from one of the black males involved in this case.
  • 10-60227 2127 hrs  Aggravated Assault  201 NW 9th Ct
    B/F Tasha Thomas (VICTIM) reported that a B/F Nancy Handford assaulted her with a baseball bat.  Suspect located, but Thomas did not want to pursue charges and signed a refusal to prosecute.
  • 10-60250 2323 hrs Warrant 217 N. Federal Hwy
    During a disturbance investigation, W/M Joel Horton 4/18/79 who was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant.  He was arrested and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-60254 0019 hrs Aggravated Battery  1000 N. Seacrest Blvd
    Victim Tabitha Brooks 40 YOA reported being struck in the mouth with a bottle while attempting to break up a fight between two unknown males.  She did not want to press charges because she didn’t know anyone involved.

Overnight Incidents for December 18, 2010 - December 20, 2010

  • 10-60092 2203 hours 500 W. Woolbright Rd. DUI
    W/F Trika, Athanasia L. 07/02/69 was arrested after a witness observed her driving erratically in the 500 block of W. Woolbright Rd.  The witness followed the vehicle until officers were able to conduct a traffic stop in front of Belmont Place.  Trika was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-59976 0942 hrs  FTA Warrant Arrest 200 E. Woolbright Rd.
    Contact was made with W/M Roberto Mendoza at the above location. A check of Roberto through NCIC/FCIC and PALMS revealed he had a warrant for FTA. The warrant was out of Jacksonville Sheriffs Office bond amount of $2500.00. Roberto was TOT P.B.C.J. to await extradition.
  • 10-60015 1407 hrs VOP Warrant Arrest  306 NE 1st Ave.
    Contact was made with W/M Duaine Knisely at the above location. A check of Duaine through NCIC/FCIC and PALMS for warrants was positive. Duaine had a warrant from Highland County. The warrant was confirmed via BBPD dispatch. Duaine was was TOT P.B.C.J. to await extradition
  • 10-59857  1718   Trespass after Warning /Disorderly Conduct  801 N. Congress Ave. (Mall)
    B/F, Kawanna Davis, 12/27/90, was arrested for Trespass after investigation revealed she had been previously warned not to come onto the property of the mall. While officers investigated, Davis’ uncle, B/M, Shawn Boone, 11/05/68, continued yelling within the mall after several requests were made for him to quiet down. He was arrested for Disorderly Conduct (10-59865). Boone was additionally charged with Resisting Arrest without Violence. All subjects were NTA’d from BBPD.
  • 10-59920  2204 Fleeing & Eluding/D.U.I. 1880 N. Congress Ave. (Village Tavern)
    Anonymous complainant advised a drunk driver was in the area driving a silver Toyota. The vehicle was located and was observed attempting to drive in the opposing traffic for a short distance until righting itself. The driver demonstrated several additional errors and a traffic stop was conducted. Upon the vehicle stopping, the officer made contact with the driver, whom observed the officer, but then drove off at a low speed of 10 M.P.H. for approximately ½ mile. The officer had returned to his vehicle and followed after until the second stop. Upon making contact with the driver, the driver acknowledged the officer but attempted to drive off again after he was ordered to exit the vehicle. The officer then pulled the driver out from the vehicle as he was attempting to shift into drive again. Subsequent investigation revealed he was D.U.I. The driver was identified as W/M, Joseph Dye, 06/14/60.
  • 10-59674 1731 hours 529 E. Ocean Ave. Police Assist
    Units responded the above location in reference to possible missing endangered adult.  Upon arrival units met with family members stated that W/M Cohen, Charles 12/03/31 had walked into the restaurant while they parked the car.  When they got back to the restaurant Cohen had disappeared.  Cohen suffers from dementia.  Multiple officers responded to the area and did a systematic search for Cohen.  Cohen was finally located in the area of Boynton Beach Blvd and Industrial Ave. by Officer Crowder who was off duty.  Cohen was reunited with his family.
  • 10-59697 1946 hours 1237 Gondola Lane Disorderly Intox.
    W/M Przybylski, Paul 06/21/62 was arrested after officers responded to the area in reference to a disturbance.  While officers were on scene trying to calm things down Paul refused to stop screaming obscenities and threatening the other party.  Paul was intoxicated and was subsequently arrested for disorderly intox.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-59710 2107 hours 1901 N. Congress Ave. Kohl’s  Fraud
    W/F Bruening, Chantelle 05/23/81, H/M Lopez, Hugo 09/06/74, and W/M Brauner, Jeremy 12/04/82 were all arrested after investigation revealed that all three subjects perpetrated several fraudulent returns at the store.  It was also determined that the subjects used a vehicle as instrumentality of their crimes and it was subsequently seized for forfeiture.
      

Overnight Incidents for December 17, 2010

  • 10-59515 1917 hrs Possession Narcotics  1895 N. Congress Ave
    Hepp, Robert 04/01/69) and  Moore, Ryan 06/01/70). Were arrested for possession of marijuana when they were stopped as suspects of a retail theft and gave officers consent to search, locating the contraband.  Both subjects were processed and Tot’d PBCJ.
  • 10-59520 1948 hrs  Burglary Residence 2170 NE 4th Ct 
    Victim B/F Eugena Williams reported someone broke into her residence between 0830 and 1930 hours by smashing out a jalousie window.  All rooms and medicine cabinets were ransacked.  Taken was a silver ring with small diamonds surrounding a purple stone ($300.00).  Crime scene negative.
  • 10-59550 2202 hrs  Burglary Auto (Attempt)  1151 N. Congress Ave (Cinemark)
    Victim Yoan Espinosa reported between 1945 and 2140  hours  the drivers side door locking mechanism had been tampered with and destroyed (Est. Damage $300) on his Ford F-150 Fl tag #C25-8IY.  No entry gained.
  • 10-59557 0031 hrs  Possession of Narcotics 201 NW 9th Ct
    W/F Kerry Callahan 12/24/74 was arrested for possession of Xanax and Suboxone without a prescription after discovery of a pill bottle in plain view during a traffic stop.  She was arrested and TOT PBCJ.
     

Overnight Incidents for December 16, 2010

  • 10-59335 2055 hrs Armed Robbery Old Dixie & S Fed Hwy
    The victim advised that his vehicle ran out of gas in the above area. As he was walking south in search of a gas station he was approached by a white male approximately 5’08”, 150 lbs wearing a grey hoody over his head with a black leather jacket. The suspect then brandished a small black handgun and stole the victim’s cellular phone. No further suspect information is available at this time.

Overnight Incidents for December 14, 2010

  • 10-59001 1651 hours 2214 S. Seacrest Blvd. First Impressions Day Care Auto Burglary
    At approx. 1651 hours victim parked her white 03 Dodge Stratus in front of the business and left her purse on the front seat.  While inside unknown suspects smashed out her passenger side window and stole her purse with multiple credit cards inside. Possible suspect vehicle is a either white or silver Nissan Quest mini-van.  No further, crime scene negative.
  • 10-59005 1702 hours 715 S Federal Hwy. Grace Fellowship Auto Burglary
    Victim states that between 1645 and 1702 hours unknown suspects smashed out the passenger window to her 07 Hyundai Sonata and took her purse with misc. credit cards inside.  No suspect info, crime scene negative.
  • 10-59032 2007 hours 382 N. Congress Ave. TGIF/365 N. Congress Ave. Carolina Ale House Fraud
    B/M Weaver, Wayne 10/14/85 and B/F Thomas, Tierra 03/04/86 were arrested after both subjects tried to use fraudulent travelers checks at both businesses.  They were found to be in possession of 13 fraudulent travelers’ checks.  Both TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-59033 2015 hours S. Congress Ave./SW Congress Blvd. Child Neglect
    B/M Duvelsaint, Romilus 10/06/79 was arrested after his 4 year old son was found wandering near the road at the above intersection.  A passing motorist stopped and placed the boy in this car until BBPD arrived.  The child was wearing sweat pants and a white t-shirt with no shoes.  The child directed officers to his residence where contact was made with family members.  The family stated they had no idea that the child was home.  At that time Duvelsaint arrived home and stated that when he left the house his son was asleep and had yelled to his sister that he was leaving but did not make sure that she heard his statement.  The sister had been asleep and did not hear Duvelsaint leave.  The son woke up and left the residence looking for his father.  No injuries to the child.  Dad TOT PBCJ.  The child was left in the care of the aunt.  DCF notified.
  • 10-59040 2134 hours Gateway Blvd./Congress Ave. Poss. of Cocaine
    W/M Horne, Dale 06/25/57 was arrested after officers observed crack cocaine in plain view inside his car after being stopped for a traffic violation.  TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for December 10, 2010 - December 13, 2010

  • 10-58841 1846 hrs Warrant Arrest 2451 NW 1st St
    Kennedy, Eric (b/m 4-5-81) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-58888 0100 hrs  Poss Marijuana 400 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Doria, Michael (w/m 9-24-84) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-58768 – Abuse of 9-1-1 System, 1634 S. Federal Hwy.  0838 hrs
    B/M Thierry Toussaint DOB 10/25/75, was arrested after making numerous calls on 9-1-1 because he wanted to visit friends at South County Mental Health.  He continued to call even after assistance/ information was provided.  He was relocated to PBCJ.
  • 10-58787 – Retail Theft, 1901 N. Congress Ave. 1210 hrs
    Johnathon Cadose (02/13/92) and Orlando Gomez (08/27/91)  were arrested after stealing $241.00 worth of merchandise from Kohls.  TOT PBCJ
  • 10-58794 – Possession of Marijuana under 20 grams, 3167 Orange St. 1339 hrs
    Jamar Gammage (11/15/88) was arrested after it was discovered that he was in possession of marijuana, smoking it inside a vehicle which was an ATL out of Delray Beach (DBPD 10-34765).  NTA issued.
  • 10-58799 – Burglary (Auto), 801 N. Congress Ave.  1346 hrs
    Victims 2007 Nissan Altima was burglarized, an unknown make GPS and Apple IPOD were stolen.  Witnesses observed the burglary and stated that the suspect, W/M possibly Hispanic, got into a white or off-white colored GMC or Cadillac Escalade with dark tinted windows and a bag covering the tag and fled the area.
  • 10-58673 1903 hrs  Burglary Residence 411 NE 26th Ave
    Jackson, Glenn (b/m 5-29-81) was arrested after officers observed him exiting a residence through a shattered sliding glass door. Investigation revealed that Jackson and a second suspect, who was not apprehended, had broken into the residence and attempted to steal numerous pieces of jewelry. Jackson was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-58716 2339 hrs Strong Arm Robbery  643 NE 4th Ave
    One of the priests from St Mark’s Catholic Church was working in the rectory garage when he was approached by a black male in his 20’s. The suspect knocked the victim to the ground and stole approximately $30 from the victim’s pockets. The suspect was last seen fleeing north bound on foot. A K9 track was unable to locate the suspect and crime scene was negative.
  • 10-58439 1611 hrs Crim Mischief/ Disorderly Intox 480 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Spencer, Robert (w/m 5-7-71) was arrested after he created a disturbance, while clearly intoxicated and shattered a window at the business. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-58510 2154 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Stewart, Deborah (b/f 1-17-86) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal merchandise from Macy’s. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-58543 0127 hrs Poss Cocaine 200 E Ocean Ave
    While investigating a noise disturbance officers made contact with Matthews, Anthony (b/m 9-10-84). Matthews was found to be in possession of 1.7 grams of crack cocaine and 1.1 grams of marijuana. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-58550 0223 hrs  Poss Cocaine 13 Chelsea Ln
    While investigating a noise disturbance, officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for Desrivieres, Junior (b/m 9-29-80) (BBPD #10-58542). Search incident to arrest revealed Desrivieres to be in possession of .3 grams of marijuana and .5 grams of powder cocaine. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-58295 1737 hours 541 SE 27th Way Auto Burglary
    Victim states that sometime between 12-06-10 1700 and 12-09-10 1730 unknown suspects pried open the passenger window to her 98 Chev. 4dr breaking the window and gaining access to the vehicle.  Once inside the suspects rummaged through the vehicle and stole victims Sunpass.  Crime Scene negative.
      

Overnight Incidents for December 9, 2010

  • 10-58192 0036 hours 124 NE 4th Ave. L & P
    B/M Brown, Melvin 08/31/63 was arrested after officers observed him trying to hide in some bushes and then were advised by an anonymous witness that he had been going up and down alleys in the area and appeared to be casing the area.  Post Miranda Brown was not able to dispel officers fear that he was about to commit or had committed a crime and was subsequently arrested for L & P.  TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for December 8, 2010

  • 10-57964 1659 hrs  Burglary Residence 815 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Between 0700 and 1655 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by cutting a screen and prying open the back door. Once inside the suspect(s) stole numerous electronics. Crime scene was negative and the total loss was estimated at $3120.
  • 10-57967 1722 hrs Defrauding Inn Keeper 2212 N Congress Ave
    Capp, Clifford (w/m 3-25-57) was arrested after he refused to pay his $10.56 bar bill. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-57998 2019 hrs Burglary Residence 2516 NE 4th Ct
    Between 0545 and 2000 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence through a jalousie window. Once inside the suspect(s) stole a 32” television and a hand held weed eater. The total loss was estimated at $1310 and crime scene was negative.

Overnigt Incidents for December 7, 2010

  • 10-57826 2025 hrs Retail Theft 1500 SW 8th St
    Smith, David (w/m 2-15-82) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $19.97 worth of merchandise from Home Depot. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-57835 2127 hrs  Poss Cocaine w/ Intent 222 NE 9th Ave
    McIntosh, Patrick (b/m 8-23-91) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of .6 grams of crack cocaine and 1.2 grams of marijuana. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for December 3, 2010

  • 10-57121 1942 hrs Armed Robbery 1500 NE 4th St
    Victim reported that he was walking south along NE 4th St when he was struck in the head from behind. He advised that a light-skinned black male then stole his wallet out of his pants pocket, and fled north bound. The victim was intoxicated and unable to provide any further description. K9 track was negative as was crime scene and a witness sweep.
  • 10-57125 2018 hrs  Burglary Residence 111 Arthur Ct
    Between 1000 and 1400 hrs victim’s residence was burglarized. Approximately $1544 worth of electronics was stolen from the residence. The victim stated that she believes her son to be responsible for the theft, due to recent family disputes.
  • 10-57145 2228 hrs CCF 134 NW 10th Ave
    Pugh, Jeffrey (b/m 7-26-69) was arrested for being in possession of over 20 grams of marijuana, .3 grams of crack cocaine, several oxycodone pills, and a concealed Kahr 9mm handgun. Pugh was determined to be a convicted felon and was charged accordingly. After being processed, he was TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for December 2, 2010

  • 10-56932 1800 hrs  Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Taylor, Briana (w/f 12-18-91) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $29.88 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-56944 1948 hrs Warrant Arrest 540 NW 13th Ave
    Marshall, Victor (b/m 8-2-59) was arrested for an outstanding warrant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56948 2015 hrs Warrant Arrest  117 NW 10th Ave
    Barber, Raynard (b/m 10-10-90) was arrested for an outstanding warrant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56976 2354 hrs Warrant Arrest 200 S Seacrest Blvd
    Simms, Tamarshall (b/f 4-1-87) was arrested for an outstanding warrant. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for December 1, 2010

  • 10-56741   1556   Burglary Auto 43 Mayfair Ln.
    Victim reported that his residential video surveillance revealed that a W/M with khaki pants entered his unsecured Chevy pickup truck at 0150 hour and stole his box of Cuban Cigars valued at $189.00. No further description of suspect.
  • 10-56818  2358  Warrant Arrest 6 Velaire Dr.
    W/M, Christopher S. Woods, 12/15/70, arrested for a Failure to Appear warrant for Driving While License suspended, after he was observed driving recklessly in the area. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for November 30, 2010

  • 10-56586 1832 hours 500 W. Woolbright Rd. DWLS/Poss. of Paraphernalia
    W/F Gilbert, Mary 01-01-01 was arrested after officer responded to a medical at the above location.  Upon arrival officers located Gilbert behind the wheel of her vehicle in physical control and the driver’s friend having a medical issue.  A check of FCIC/NCIC on Gilbert revealed that her license was suspended which she stated she knew.  Based on this Gilbert was placed under arrest.  An inventory search of her vehicle officers located numerous pieces of drug paraphernalia in her car.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56598 1917 hours 80 S. Atlantic Dr. E. Strong Arm Robbery
    Victim stated that at least 3 B/M’s all age 16-17 years old jumped him and beat him up.  After slamming his head to the ground they reached into his pockets and took $236.00 cash and his Samsung Metro PCS cell phone.  Only description on the suspects is 1 B/M 6’00 with a mini afro wearing a white t-shirt, 2nd suspect unknown description, and 3rd suspect short cropped hair, red t-shirt.  Suspects fled the area on foot.

Overnight Incidents for November 24, 2010 - November 29, 2010

  • 10-56436 1723 hrs Crash/ DUI 1475 SW 8th St
    Tran, Lap (w/m 5-17-57) was involved in a vehicle vs. tree crash at the Cracker Barrel. Investigation revealed that he was impaired. While being treated at Bethesda Tran provided a blood sample for the purpose of determining the presence of alcohol or controlled substances in his blood. He was medically cleared, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56451 2005 hrs Warrant Arrest 416 NW 5th Ave
    Brown, Marquan (b/m 6-8-84) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56459 2139 hrs Armed Robbery 3048 E Palm Dr
    Victims were standing in front of their residence when a black male armed with a handgun approached them. The black male demanded money, and was able to take at least one victim’s wallet. The suspect was last seen fleeing north and entering a white van.
  • 10-56378 – Theft Arrest, 133 N. Congress Ave, 0906hrs
    W/m Scott Thomas Williams DOB 10-02-64 was arrested after he stole the victim’s bicycle from inside Publix after she parked it and proceeded to shop. Video showed Mr. Williams steal the bike and he was located by units near Publix with bike in his possession. He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56369 – Warrant Arrest, 1411 NW 3rd St, 0600hrs
    B/M Patrick Mcintosh DOB 08-23-91, 2 FTA warrants, TOT PBCJ
  • 10-56252 1654 hrs Theft  2301 S Congress Ave #1313
    Harris, Tanya (b/f 12-24-66) was arrested for stealing $100 out of the victim’s purse. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-56263 1806 hrs Retail Theft 1634 S Federal Hwy
    Lopez, Hugo (w/m 9-6-74) was arrested after investigation revealed that he had stolen a $26 bottle of liquor from Walgreen’s. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-56284 1938 hrs Burglary Auto 2290 N Congress Ave
    Between 1845 and 1930 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle and stole $355 worth of electronics. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-56304 2037 hrs Grand Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Ballard, Cynthia (b/f 8-27-67) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $337.50 worth of merchandise from Sears. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56306 2046 hrs  Warrant Arrest 132 NE 10th Ave
    Mason, Anthony (b/m 4-1-76) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56345 0024 hrs Hit & Run/ DUI 500 W Gateway Blvd
    Hernandez-Ruiz, Noel (w/m 12-24-87) was arrested for having fled from an accident and driving under the influence of alcohol. His breath results were .269 and .266. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56348 0038 hrs  Shots Fired 205 SW 10th Ave
    Units responded to the above area in reference to multiple calls reporting shots fired. Upon arrival, it was determined that subjects who attempted to crash a party had fired shots into the air as they left the area. No suspect information was able to be determined.
  • 10-56173 – Traffic Arrest, 800 W. B.Bch. Blvd., 0644hrs
    B/M Alfred Fleuranvil DOB 11-17-77 was arrested for Fleeing and Eluding after he was found asleep at the wheel of his vehicle and then attempted to flee in the vehicle when awoken by officers. TOT PBCJ as an out of county resident.
  • 10-56203 – Shoplifting Arrest, 801 N. Congress Ave (Macy’s), 1205hrs  
    B/F Keisha Webb DOB 04-26-78 was arrested for stealing $226.00 in merchandise. NTA issued.
  • 10-56206 – Shoplifting Arrest/Possession of Anti shoplifting Device, “Citi Trends”, 4744 N. Congress Ave
    B/M James Lynch was arrested for stealing $ 202.90 worth of merchandise from the store. Search incident to arrest revealed a pair of wire clippers used to cut off anti shoplifting devices from the merchandise. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-56138 2128 hrs  Poss Marijuana  620 Meadows Cir
    Szasz, Elizabeth (w/f 8-18-86) was arrested for possessing 6.5 grams of marijuana. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-55949 1942 hours 398 N. Congress Ave. DUI
    W/F Diroma, Jennifer J. 10-18-83 was arrested after officers responded to the parking lot in reference to a disturbance.  Diroma tried to drive away but was stopped.  Diroma was subsequently arrested and brought to BBPD where she provided a breath sample of 0.120.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-55984 2354 hours 605 Meadows Circle Battery LEO, R/A with violence, R/A without violence
    B/M Goodhall, Doran F. 11/28/81 was arrested after officers responded to a report of a B/M beating and dragging a female through the parking lot.  Upon officers arrival Goodhall fled on foot through the complex.  After a short foot pursuit Goodhall was captured but began punching and kicking officers.  Officers had to deploy their Taser multiple times to finally subdue him.  Officers made contact with the alleged victim who advised that nothing happened and she was refused to cooperate.  The witness also refused to provide a statement.  Goodhall TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-55985 0023 hours 3200 Old Boynton Rd.  Walmart  Open carry firearm and CCW
    W/M Scott, Christopher D. 05/23/61 was arrested after officers who were doing an extra patrol in reference to the extremely large crowd, were flagged down by a customer who advised that that there was a W/M in the check out line with a gun on his waistband openly visible to everyone.  Officers made contact with the subject who had a 40 caliber Glock with a 30 round magazine on his hip in a holster.  Scott was detained and it was later found that Scott not only had the firearm but two concealed knives and a pepper grenade on his belt.  Scott was also in possession of multiple different schedule 2 and schedule 4 prescription medications with no label and prescription for them.  TOT to PBCJ with multiple charges.
  • 10-559111329 hrs Disorderly Conduct 1501 N Congress Ave(Hibachi Grill)
    Officers responded to the above address whereupon they observed white female Janyl Relling 12/27/84 standing to the rear of the business with her pants pulled down to her ankles and exposing herself. She was apparently extremely intoxicated and told officers she was “out drinking and drank too much”.  She was affording the opportunity to leave with a family member but refused and was heading for Congress Ave when she was arrested for Disorderly Intoxication. She was transported to BBPD, booked and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-55802 2011 hours 600 NW 4th St.  Possession of Marijuana/Warrant Arrest
    B/M Roker, Gary 12/08/91 was arrested during a traffic stop after officers could smell the odor of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle.  Roker had 6.4 grams of marijuana in his possession.  He also had an outstanding warrant for FTA for possession of marijuana under 20 grams.  He was TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for November 23, 2010

  • 10-55437 1555 hrs Retail Theft  501 SE 18th Ave
    Lachenauer, Rochelle (w/f 6-24-70) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $10.78 worth of merchandise from Publix. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-55438 1559 hrs Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Reyes, Margaret (w/f 10-19-72) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $46.85 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-55443 1625 hrs Armed Robbery 4782 N Congress Ave
    A black male, about 5’07” 160 lbs, in his 20’s entered the store, brandished a pistol and demanded employees provide him with the money in their registers. The employees complied and the black male was last seen running out of the store. D-bureau and crime scene responded. The investigation is on going.
  • 10-55472 1917 hrs Crash, DUI Related 2301 N Congress Ave
    Units responded to Boynton Landings in reference to a vehicle having struck the exit gate. Upon arrival Heisler, August (w/m 1-13-51) was found to be the operator of the vehicle. As a result of the investigation Heisler was arrested for DUI. Once at BBPD Heisler refused to provide a breath sample. He was TOT PBCJ as a DUI with refusal.

Overnight Incidents for November 20 2010- November 22, 2010

  • 10-55331 2241 hours 100 S. Atlantic Drive W. Warrant Arrest
    B/M Bryant, Antonio M. 01/22/91 was arrested after it was learned that he had an active warrant for FTA for trespassing.  Bryant was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-55348 2249 hours Hypoluxo Rd/Plaza Ln.  DUI
    W/M Walton, Keith 12/30/84 was arrested after he almost struck Ofc. Goldfuss’ vehicle.  Walton provided a breath sample of 0.262.  He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-55334 2250 hours 100 NW 10th Ave. Warrant Arrest
    B/M Payne, Eric K. 03/22/66 was located walking down the street.  Payne had an active warrant out of Michigan for a probation/parole violation for possession of cocaine.  Michigan confirmed they would extradite and Payne was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-55208   0428 hrs. Aggravated Battery/Robbery   645 W. Boynton Bch Blvd.
    Officers responded to an Aggravated Battery at the BP gas Station at 645 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.  Upon arrival Officers made contact with the clerk who was bleeding from the chin area.  Victim advised that he was shot by two B/M’s as he was confronted in the restroom area.  Victim advised that he was told to allow entry into the locked business and when he refused he was shot in the chin by one of the assailants.  The victim exited the restroom and one of the suspects fired several more rounds at the clerk and ran off heading north bound on NW 7th Street.  Entry was not made into the business by the suspects and the clerk was transported to Delray Medical Center for treatment.  Investigation continues.  See PIO’s Press Release and Video of incident.
  • 10-55209   0431 hrs Burglary to Business 532 E. Woolbright Rd.
    BBPD Dispatch received a call of an alarm at 532 E. Woolbright Rd. Crown Wine and Spirits.  Due to the current shooting that occurred at 645 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. Officers were delayed in responding until 0604 hrs.  Upon arrival it was apparent that the front door to the business had been forcibly entered as a portion near the locking mechanism had been shattered and the window had been pushed in order to access the inside door lock.  Once entry had been made the video recording showed two B/M’s enter the business carrying a blue recycling box.  Both subjects ran about the interior of the business gathering various liquors ($1410).   Subjects then fled the business.  The alarm sounded at 0431 hrs. however the video showed the subjects enter the business at 0344 hrs. and vacate the business at 0346 hrs.
  • 10-55100 1558 hours 650 N. Congress Ave. Target Felony Retail Theft/Resisting Arrest without Violence
    W/M Lopez, Hugo 09/06/74 was arrested after he was observed stealing a Nintendo Wii.  When officers approached him in the parking lot he fled on foot and was apprehended after a short foot pursuit.  Lopez is a suspect in several previous thefts from Target.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-55163 2057 hours 802 NW 1st St. Home Invasion Robbery
    Victim states that as he was attempting to enter his residence he was approached by 2 B/M’s, 1 wearing a red ski cap black clothes 6’01 220 armed with a silver revolver and another B/M wearing a black ski cap all black clothes black gloves 5’09 180 carrying a silver semi automatic handgun forced him into his residence and stole $300.00 from him.  Suspects fled on foot.  A check of the area yielded negative results.
  • 10-55170 2202 hours 2222 N. Congress Ave. Deals Armed Robbery
    Victims advised that a B/M entered the store near closing time and attempted to purchase several items.  After the cashier rang up the property the male stated he left his wallet in his car and had to get it.  When the B/M came back into the store he brandished a gun and forced the employees into the office.  The male fled southbound on foot from the store with an unknown amount of money.  The male was wearing a red and black sweat shirt black cap and had facial hair.  A check of the area yielded negative results.
  • 10-55014  0315 hrs. Burglary to Auto 2208 N. Congress Ave
    Officers responded to the Shoppes of Boynton Parking lot where vict. advised that person’s unk. had entered his 2005 Silver Ford P/U between the hrs of 1800 11-19-10 and 0230 11-20-10 and had forcible entered his vehicle by manipulating of the door lock.  Removed from the vehicle was a money clip containing $6, FL DL and bank card.
  • 10-55028 0900 hrs. Burglary to Residence  175 High Pt. Blvd.
    Officers responded to 175 High Pt. Blvd. in ref. to a burglary to dwelling.  Victim advised that she had left her residence briefly between 1200 and 1630 hrs. on 11-19-10.  Victim advised that when she returned she didn’t notice anything unusual.  However she noticed today that misc. pieces of jewelry were missing from her jewelry box with a total value of $3620.  Victim advised that the only time this might have happened was when she left the residence yesterday as she had seen the jewelry prior to that and has been home since that time.  No suspects at this time.
  • 10-55058 1211 hrs. Burglary to Auto 2353 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    Officers responded to 2353 N. Seacrest Blvd. in ref. to a burglary to auto.  Upon arrival officers met with Victim who advised that persons unk. had entered her gold Chevy Trailblazer SUV while it was parked unlocked in her yard two days earlier. Removed from the vehicle was a vehicle manual and CD’s valued at approx. $120.
  • 10-55069 1330 hrs. Retail Theft 801 N. Congress Ave.
    Officers responded to Sears located within the Boynton Beach Mall – 801 N. Congress in ref. to an adult female shoplifter in custody.  Upon arrival officers met w/ LPO who advised that they observed Donisha Hall 3/26/80 remove two bottles of “Eternity” cologne $100 from a display and walk pass all points of sale w/o paying for the merchandise.  Hall was arrested and charged with retail theft – provided with an NTA and released.
  • 10-54962  1852 hrs 1008 S. Seacrest Blvd Shooting
    Officers responded to reports of a W/M being shot in the chest during a drive-by shooting. It was later determined that the intended target of the shooting had been in a white Kia traveling past that address when shots were fired from another vehicle. The Kia was struck four to five times, but neither occupant was injured. Several rounds passed through both rear windows of the vehicle, one of which struck the aforementioned bystander. The gunshot victim was transported to Delray Medical Center and the investigation is ongoing.
  • 10-54963 1852 hrs 1550 N. Federal Hwy Robbery/Firearm
    Three suspects (B/M Wihlnes Theodule 8/1/91, B/M Daryl Hatchett 3/15/84 and a juvenile) entered the “Phatheads Barber Shop” wearing masks and brandishing firearms. They fled the area on foot after stealing wallets from several patrons and cash from the business. All were apprehended shortly thereafter.
  • 10-54971 2028 hrs  1799 N. Congress Ave DUI Crash/ Trauma Alert
    Officers responded to a single vehicle rollover in the 1700 block of N. Congress. The sole occupant of the SUV (a W/M, approx 72 years of age, appearing intoxicated) was extricated and transported to Delray Medical Center as a trauma alert. Charges pending.
  • 10-54859  1046 hrs.  Burglary to Residence   444 SW 7th Ct.
    Victim advised that between 0730 and 1030 hrs. this date persons forcibly entered into his residence by breaking a window adjacent to the front door (north side of residence) and made entry.  Once inside a computer, jewelry and misc. items were removed from the residence valued at $5500.
  • 10-54870 1121hrs.  Retail Theft 1660 S. Congress Ave
    Officers responded to the Sprint Store located at 1660 N. Congress Ave in ref. to a retail theft.  Upon arrival Officers made contact with the store manager who advised that a customer later identified as Kevin Woody 7-31-75 had picked up a cell phone case and entered into the bathroom and concealed same.  Suspect then exited the store passed all points of sale w/o paying for the merchandise and placed the case in plain view within the vehicle.  Officers recovered the case and Woody was arrested and charged with one count of retail theft and released with an NTA.
  • 10-54872 1133hrs.  Uttering Forged Check  105 N. Congress Ave.
    Officers responded to Bank of America located at 105 N. Congress Ave in ref. to uttering a forged check.  Upon arrival it was determined that Sehnert, Nicole 12/21/73 had attempted to pass a check for $1000.  The bank contacted the owner of the check and found that the check was stolen and the owner had not endorsed same.  A second check was further found in the suspect’s possession for another $200.  Sehnert was charged with Uttering a Forged Instrument and Attempted Grand Theft and tot PBCJ.
  • 10-54889 1309hrs. Warrant Arrest 300 W. Boynton Blvd.
    Officers performed a traffic stop on a white Dodge in the 300 block of W. Boynton Beach Blvd. and it was determined that the driver Robinson, Connis 5-5-90 had an outstanding from PBSO for FTA for a citation for possessing no DL. With a $2000 bond.  Robinson was placed under arrest and later transported to PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for November 19, 2010

  • 10-54798 2204 hrs Strong Arm Robbery 4770 N. Congress Ave
    Victim w/f Patricia Felice 52 YOA reported as she was walking out of Duffy’s restaurant to her vehicle an unknown male ran up behind her and grabbed her purse, leaving her with only 1 strap in her hand.  The male ran north through the parking lot as the victim’s husband gave chase until the perpetrator jumped into a gray/blue 4 door vehicle (possibly a Mazda 3) and was last seen eastbound on Hypoluxo Rd.   No injuries sustained, loss of money, credit cards and 2 cellular telephones approximately $285.00.
  • 10-54824 0221 hrs Carjacking 400 E. MLK
    Victim w/m Craig Alberstat 8-31-64 reported as he was driving south on N. Federal Hwy, he was flagged down by unk female and males who then jumped him pulling from his vehicle and stealing it, along with his wallet.  Victim’s account of the incident was very “vague” with several inconsistencies and variations.  Victim refused to give a taped or written statement and was extremely uncooperative with the officers.  Taken was his 2003 silver/gray VW Jetta bearing FL Tag ABJW10.
      

Overnight Incidents for November 18, 2010

  • 10-54568 1629 hrs Burglary Residence 28C Crossing Circle
    Victim B/M Lovinsky, Felder (DOB 06/25/80) reported sometime between 08:30 and 16:00 hrs, unknown subject  smashed out the window to a bedroom located on the east side, gaining entry and ransacking the home, however nothing appeared to be missing at this time.
  • 10-54573  1733 hrs Burglary Fenced yard 732 NE 10th Ave
    Victim W/M Gallo, Timothy (DOB 04/17/63)reported sometime between 11/8/10 1733 hrs today, unknown subject entered his backyard and stole his statue of a Mermaid (5'00 tall/250lbs) estimated   value $5,000.00.  No suspect info.
  • 10-54615  2126 hrs Trespass on Property 301 N. Federal Hwy (CVS)
    B/M Robinson, Hurran (DOB 03/02/74) was arrested for being on the property after having been privously warned on 06/10/10.  He was processed and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-54641  0138 hrs Battery LEO 1333 N. Congress Ave
    W/M Love, Matthew was arrested after causing a disturbance, then pushing Ofc. Castro in the chest when asked politely to leave.   He was processed and TOT’d PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for November 16, 2010

  • 10-54180  1755  Burglary Auto   1743 N. Congress Ave. (Florida Career College)
    Unknown person entered victim’s vehicle between 1315 and 1730 hours by unknown method. A Toshiba laptop was taken. Total loss is $750.00.
  • 10-54188  1825 Warrant Arrest 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd.
    B/M, Kyrtis Wilson, 8/27/1987, arrested for seven Failure to Appear misdemeanor warrants. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-54202  1949 Warrant Arrest 1600 N. Federal Hwy. (Yachtsman Plaza)
    W/M, Michael Arrigotti, 07/29/1947, arrested for two Failure to Appear misdemeanor warrants. TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for November 11, 2010 - November 15, 2010

  • 10-53982  1630 hrs  Adult Warrant  528 SE 27th Terr.
    W/m Virgil Cooper was arrested for active warrants and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-53990 Burglary to Auto   4735 NW 7th CT
    Victim advised that between the hours of 1300 hrs and 1630 hrs unknown person/s attempted to gain entry to her vehicle by smashing out the rear passenger window causing $200.00 damage.
  • 10-54021  2015 hrs   Theft   550 N. Congress Ave
    B/F Joy Collins was arrested when she stole two credit cards and $20.00 cash from a purse left in the bathroom.  Collins was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-53807   1905 hrs.  Burglary Auto (attempt)  2911 Ocean Pkwy.
    Officers responded to a delayed call of an attempted burglary to auto.  Officers met with owner Loudin, John 12/25/60 who advised that between 2030hrs. 11/12/10 and 0700 hrs 11/13/10 persons unk attempted to forcibly enter victims’ Dodge P/U by removing sealant around drivers side window.  Entry was not gained but damage was estimated at $250.00.
  • 10-53873 0021 hrs. Warrant Arrest (ADULT) 510 NW 12 Ave.
    Michael Roundtree 03/09/62 was located in front of his residence with an outstanding PBSO Warrant.  Roundtree was apprehended and tot PBCJ with a $270 bond.
  • 10-53885 0114 hrs. Disorderly Intox 1333 N. Congress Ave.
    Officer’s responded to the Bru’s Room in ref. to a disturbance.  Upon arrival it was found that Veas, Claudio 5/18/82 was being rude to other patrons, disruptive and throwing chairs around.  Veas was placed under arrest for aforementioned actions and transported to BBPD were he refused to sign for his NTA.  Veas was transported to PBCJ.
  • 10-53717 – Burglary Auto, 60 S. Atlantic Dr. E., 1038hrs  
    Between 0130hrs and 1038hrs this date unknown suspects entered the victim’s ’93 Lexus SC300 Fl Tag L610BI by breaking the front passenger window stealing the radio face plate. $350.00 in loss and damages. C/S negative.
  • 10-53703 – Burglary Auto, 350 NE 28th Ct, 0842hrs
    Between 0200 and 0840hrs this date unknown suspects entered the victim’s ’00 Honda Accord Fl Tag 496TQV by breaking the front passenger window. The vehicles interior was ransacked however nothing was taken. $200.00 in damages, C/S negative.
  • 10-53696 – COV Arrest, 1100 N. Federal Hwy, 0731hrs
    B/M Kenneth Anderson DOB 12-05-54, open container and possession of paraphernalia. NTA issued.
  • 10-53690 – Burglary Auto, 3020 N. Seacrest Blvd, 0632hrs
    Between 0130hrs and 0630hrs this date unknown suspects entered the victim’s ’08 Mazda 3 Fl Tag N956UL by breaking the rear passenger window and stealing an iPOD from the center console. $350.00 in loss and damages, C/S negative.
  • 10-53409   1551 hrs  Burglary Residence 4186 Manor Forest Trl.
    Victim reported that someone entered the residence between 0730 and 1520 hours by prying open a rear sliding glass door. They then entered the bedroom and stole several pieces of jewelry stored on the top of a dresser. Total loss is $4,545.00.
  • 10-53459   2057 hrs Possession Narcotics 500 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    W/M, Carlos Velez, 07/07/63, was arrested after a traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle he was driving for a traffic violation and .2 grams Cocaine crack and 8 pills of Oxycodone were observed in “plain-view”. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-53470   2248 hrs Burglary Residence  982 Old Boynton Rd.
    Victim reported that someone entered the residence between 1745 and 2230 hours by prying open a door window at the rear of the residence. They then entered a bedroom and removed a safe, which contained $3000.00 cash, a Sony Vaio laptop computer, and a Walther P22 firearm.
  • 10-53335 0659 hrs   Fleeing and Eluding 200 NE 16 Ct
    B/M driver identified as McDuffy, Tyree (DOB 07/2/03)  was placed under arrest for Fleeing and Eluding F.S.S. 316.935, Resisting Arrest  w/o violence F.S.S. 843.02. McDuffy was also charged with No Valid Driver's License 322.03(1) due to him not possessing a driver's license. McDuffy was then tot PBCJ.
  • 10-53340  0732 hrs  Stolen Vessel  743 NW 11 St
    Victim stated that her boat was stolen sometime between 11-10-10 at 0700  hours and 0730 hours on this date. She stated that she last observed her boat (2007 14 foot G-3,FL 2261NV) on 11-10-10 at 0700 hours on her boat slip which is  directly on the canal. On this date at 0730 hours she observed her boat missing.  There was also an attached motor (serial # 017298XK) that was also stolen.
  • 10-53370 1215 hrs  Shoplifter  801 N Congress  Ave (JC Penny)
    W/M Hector Guerrero Roman DOB 11/22/78 was observed selecting six watches and removing them from their packaging and concealing them in his pockets. He then walked towards the men's department,  select a blue shirt, and stuffed the shirt down the front of his pants and exited store. Total value of items stolen is $206. He was arrested  for Retail Theft and  transported to BBPD for processing. Due to the fact that he does not have a local ID card, he was later TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-53374  1251 hrs   Shoplifting  363 N Congress Ave  
    W/M Steven Kmitch was observed taking a pair of sandals (valued at $29.99) and a BB-gun (valued at $24.99) for a total of $54.98.  Steven was placed under arrest for Retail Theft. Steven received a NTA and released on scene without incident.
  • 10-53240   1819 hrs Burglary Residence 1045 Arezzo Cir.
    Victim discovered unknown persons pried open rear sliding door to gain entry to residence (between 0710 and 1810 hours) and then removed his new 46” Sony LCD television (still boxed), valued at $847.00. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-53254   1934 hrs Strong Arm Robbery  801 N. Congress Ave.
    W/M, Christopher Foster, 02/16/89, arrested after investigation revealed he pushed a loss prevention officer and ran away after an attempt was made to detain him and the merchandise he still had in his possession after he left Macy’s without paying for the clothing he concealed, valued at $118.00. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for November 10, 2010

  • 10-53043 1847 hrs DWLS/ Poss Marijuana 600 NW 2nd St
    Clay, Daniel (b/m 3-15-83) was arrested for driving with a suspended license. Search incident to arrest revealed that he was also in possession of 2.1 grams of marijuana. He also had outstanding warrants for his arrest (BBPD #10-53045). He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-53066 2205 hrs Warrant Arrest 1941 NE 1st Way
    Pittman, Andre (b/m 12-11-72) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for November 9, 2010

  • 10-52905 2143 hrs Burglary Auto 1775 N Congress Ave
    Between 1930 and 2140 hrs victim’s vehicle was burglarized, by prying open a window. Her purse, wallet, and I-pod were then stolen. Crime scene was negative and the total loss was $508.
  • 10-52915 2253 hrs Burglary Auto 1333 N Congress Ave
    Between 2120 and 2200 hrs victim’s vehicle was burglarized by having a window shattered. Victim reported that his driver’s license was stolen from inside the vehicle. Total loss is $201, and crime scene was negative.

Overnight Incidents for November 5 - November 8, 2010

  • 10-52693 1559 hrs 1717 W. Woolbright Rd. Burglary Business
    Occurred this date between 1530 and 1610 hours at the Florida Eye Center. Suspect(s) shattered the front glass door with a piece of concrete and took a 52” Samsung TV ($1200.00) from within. Crime Scene responded, surveillance video will be available during the week.
  • 10-52695  1639 hrs 4735 NW 7th Ct Burglary Auto
    Occurred between 1200 and 1630 hours this date at Newport Place. Suspect(s) shattered the front passenger window of the victim’s Scion and took a purse that had been partially hidden under the seat (approximately $100.00 loss). CS Negative.
  • 10-52637 1032 hrs Burglary Auto  12302 Mahogany Dr
    Victim stated she arrived home at approximately 0200 hours and on the date above found that suspect (s) unknown broke into her Red 2009 Mazda 3 Fl. Tag. 587 VMU.  The suspect (s) broke the front passenger side window ($100). Victim advised the only thing taken at this time was a Tan tote bag ($20).  There were no witnesses to this incident and the vehicle was negative for latent prints.
  • 10-52641  1100 hrs  R/A Without Violence  700 S Federal Hwy 
    Camson Germain 06/16/91 was arrested for resisting  arresting by obstruction during an investigation of suspicious activity. He was transported to the BBPD for processing and later TOT Palm Beach county Jail.
  • 10-52654  1245 hrs  Open Container   1600 S Federal Hwy
    On 07-19-06 at approximately  0840 hrs Ofc. Haugh on routine patrol in the area of 1634 South Federal Highway (Walgreens)  observed two individuals consuming what appeared to be a beer from a beer can. He made contact with these two individuals  and identified them as W/M Wall, John 02-20-50 and W/F Armitage , Veronica 07-08-58.  Upon approaching both parties who were sitting on the west side of the building he noticed they were indeed drinking beer from 12 oz. Natural Ice beer cans.  The cans were cold to the touch and smelled like an alcohol substance. At this point in time both subjects   were placed under arrest for the city ordinance of open container 3-5.4 . Wall and Armitage were transported to Boynton Beach Police Department for processing  and T.O.T Palm Beach County Jail.
  • 10-52493 1802 hours 2400 N. Seacrest Blvd. Poss. of Marijuana with intent/Poss. of MDMA
    B/M Jones, Leonard A. 05/05/89 was arrested after he was observed committing a traffic violation and then it was found that his license was suspended.  An inventory search of his vehicle revealed that he was in possession of 15.9 grams of marijuana individually packaged for sale and 3 pills of ecstasy.  Jones was TOT PBCJ and his 90 Jeep Cherokee was held for forfeiture.
  • 10-52501 1836 hours 500 W. Woolbright Rd.  Warrant Arrest
    W/M Murphy, Shawn P. 05/30/68 was observed soliciting money on the off ramp.  A check of FCIC revealed that he had an outstanding warrant out of Washington County Florida for failure to pay child support.  Warrant was confirmed and he was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-52536 2059 hours 1561 Stonehaven Dr. Warrant Arrest
    B/M Brown, Jonathan J. 12/04/65 after a traffic stop investigation revealed that he had an outstanding warrant for DWLS.  Brown was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-52567 2249 hours  118 SW 9th St.  L and P
    Officers responded to the above location in reference to a burglary in progress.  Witness stated that they observed a W/M wearing a blue sweats attempting to break into the residence.  While in route to the call the subject fled the area.  Sgt. Dunlop found W/M Rutiglan, Anthony M. 07/20/84 in the area of SW 7th St. and SW 1st Ct. matching the description.  Anthony was stopped and a show up was done and he was positively identified.  A check of the residence revealed a screen removed and entry had been made into the garage.  At this point the owner of the residence is unknown and could not be located.  Rutiglan was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-52575 2340 hours 500 N. Federal Hwy. Sterling Village BUI/Disorderly Intox.
    Units responded to the above area in reference to a female screaming.  Upon arrival officers located a boat on the east side of the intercoastal occupied by a w/m and w/f that had apparently lost power and crashed into some rocks.  Investigation revealed that the W/M Smith, Andrew 11/23/69 was operating under the influence and the passenger was intoxicated and screaming obscenities.  W/F Purcell, Tracey 06/10/68 was arrested for Disorderly Intox.  Both subjects TOT PBCJ.  PBSO marine unit responded and assisted with investigation.  Owner turned boat over to Sea Tow who advised they would be towing it in the morning when the tide came back in.
  • 10-52590 0158 hours 500 S. Federal Hwy. DUI
    B/M Marshall, Todd 02/22/74 was arrested for DUI after being observed committing a traffic violation.  Breath test result was a 0.211.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-52445  1401 hrs  Poss Contraband 200 NE 10 Ave
    Joel Johnson DOB 08/12/67 was arrested  after officers discovered 17 baggies of  Marijuana. The Marijuana was individually packed readily available for street level narcotic distribution. Johnson was taken to BBPD for processing and later tot'd to county jail.
  • 10-52299 2025 109 E. Boynton Beach Blvd.  Stolen Auto
    Victim stated that he pulled into the parking lot of the above location when he was approached by an unknown heavy set B/F asking for ride.  Victim agreed to give her a ride and let her sit in the car while he went into the store to get a beverage.  Victim stated when he was in the store he saw his car being driven away by the female.  Vehicle is a 1999 Toyota Corolla 4 door beige in color Fl. Tag 534NLK.  Entered into FCIC/NCIC.
  • 10-52320 2205 200 SE 23rd Ave.  Poss. Of Marijuana/Warrant/DWLS
    B/M Simmons, Marcous R. 07/26/86 was arrested after officer conducted a traffic stop on his vehicle.  Investigation revealed that Simmons currently had a suspended license and a warrant for poss. Of marijuana.  Search incident to arrest found more marijuana on him and he was subsequently charged with that additional charge.
  • 10-52357 0115 hours 365 N. Congress Ave. Carolina Ale House  Disorderly Intox.
    W/M Schwab-Kapp, Austin 05/27/85 was arrested for the above charges after causing a disturbance by screaming and cursing at the manager after they would not serve him any more alcohol.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-52075 1957 hrs Retail Theft  801 N Congress Ave
    Campbell, Sabra (w/f 8-12-52) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $643.96 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-52081 2006 hrs  Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Cofer, Jared (b/m 11-11-91) and a juvenile were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $27.34 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. Cofer was released with a NTA. The juvenile was released to his father with a juvenile referral.

Overnight Incidents for November 3 - November 4, 2010

  • 10-51910 1636 hrs Burglary Residence  701 W Ocean Dr
    Between 0911 and1622 hrs, suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence and stole approximately $6600 worth of electronics and jewelry. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-51916 1733 hrs Recovered Stolen Veh 600 NW 5th St
    Taylor, Michael (b/m 4-6-92) was arrested after he was found to be driving a stolen vehicle (Wayne Township NJ #10-27493). During his arrest Norfus, Cory (b/m 11-3-91) obstructed officers and was taken into custody. Taylor was TOT PBCJ. Norfus was released with a NTA.
  • 10-51926 1910 hrs Battery 407 NW 11th Ave
    Jackson, Vincent (b/m 12-29-67) was arrested after he punched a female in the eye. He also had an outstanding warrant for his arrest (BBPD #10-51927). He was then TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for November 2, 2010

  • 10-51598 2133 hours 4793 N. Congress Ave. Bank of America  Possession of Contraband
    W/F Marden, Julie A. 12/12/87 was arrested after officers observed a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of the Bank of America.  During the investigation of the suspicious vehicle Marden was observed with drug paraphernalia and smoking a blue pill.
  • 10-51588 2034  Parental Abduction
    W/F Schildt, Kindsey called stating that her ex-boyfriend and father of her child B/M Wright, Daniel L. 08-16-73 came to her residence and initially got into a verbal disturbance with her.  Wright then became enraged and smacked Schildt in the face and snatched their child in common out of her hands.  Wright fled in a 2003 BMW 7 series bearing Fl. Tag LKEY2.  The child’s name is Wright, Z’Yanna 07-16-10.  D-Bureau responded and an Amber Alert was done.
  • 10-51606 2228 hours 2300 N. Congress Ave.  Resisting Arrest Without Violence
    During the above investigation in reference to the Parental Abduction information was received that the suspect’s cousin might be in the area with the suspect and child, possibly at that Chili’s.  Officers responded to the area and located a black Cadillac Escalade which the mother stated the cousin would be driving.  A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle in the 2300 block of N. Congress Ave.  A felony stop was initiated but the driver B/M Henfield, Clifford 03-08-74 (the cousin) refused to comply with officer’s directions and orders and charged the officers.  Henfield was taken to the ground and placed under arrest.

Overnight Incidents for October 30, 2010 - Novembr 1, 2010

  • 10-51379  1611 hrs Burglary Auto 2290 N. Congress Ave LA Fitness
    VICTIM, W/M Arthur Bryson stated between 1300 hours and 1600 hours his black Ford F250 bearing Fl tag TEN6M was burglarized.   Driver door lock mechanism was pushed in and damaged. Taken was and Apple I Phone, Magellen GPS  and credit cards.   Total approximate loss is $524.00.
  • 10-51428 2149 hrs Battery 706 New Lake Drive
    Victim b/f Leyonna Wilson 20 YOA was struck in the face by B/F (suspect) Sha'Kara Peteson 12/26/90 at the Olive Garden 1001 N. Congress Ave.  Suspect then followed victim to her residence and also attempted to remove victim’s purse from her vehicle, but victim was able to get it back.  Suspect and victim are aquaintences.  Back at victim’s residence, victim armed herself with a baseball bat.  Suspect fled the area.  A neighbor who attempted to intervene was also struck in the face by 2nd suspect B/F (suspect) Satara Binns 2/26/91 who also left the area with Peterson.  All charges to be filed with S/A
  • 10-51429  2156 hrs  DUI Crash 500 E. BBB
    W/F Nataliya Bolotinsky 44 YOA was arrested for DUI after being involved in a crash.  No injuries to either party.  She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-51435  2227 hrs GTA 318 NE 10th Ave  
    Victim B/M Barber, Cory 07/13/1983 reported between 2220 and 2225 hours someone stole his 93 2dr Lexus VIN # JT8JZ31C7P0013096.  Barber stated that he left the drivers side door of the Lexis open, keys in the ignition and all doors unlocked due to not planning on staying inside of the residence for a long period of time.  The vehicle does not have a tag.
  • 10-51352 – Burglary Residence, 466 SW 2nd Ave, 1045hrs
    Between 1300hrs 10-29-10 and this date unknown suspects stole approx $673.00 in electronics from the victim’s residence. Unknown point of entry determined and no suspect info available. The electronics were entered N/FCIC.
  • 10-51223 1703 hrs Warrant Arrest 2500 S Federal Hwy
    Barker, David (w/m 2-3-67) was arrested in reference to an outstanding arrest warrant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-51237 1719 hrs  DUI 1400 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Onda, Ryan (w/m 3-11-75) was arrested for DUI. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-51240 1733 hrs Battery 2234 N Congress Ave
    McLaughlin, Trystan (w/f 11-21-89) was arrested for battery after a road rage incident escalated into her slapping the other driver. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-51296 2341 hrs DUI 367 N Congress Ave
    Mandel, Joshua (w/m 3-10-88) was arrested for DUI. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-51083 1950 hrs Warrant Arrest 214 E Gateway Blvd
    Bostwick, Latoya (b/f 3-31-89) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-51098 2053 hrs Grand Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Palleres, Jose (w/m 3-5-62) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $575 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-51132 0008 hrs Warrant Arrest 1100 N Railroad Ave Jackson, Angela (b/f 8-24-74) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-51142 0100 hrs Battery 1500 W Gateway Blvd
    De Oliveria, Luciano (w/m 10-8-81) was arrested after investigation revealed that he had struck another male over that male escorting a female out of De Oliveria’s presence. He was processed and released with a NTA.

Overnight Incidents for October 29, 2010

  • 10-50914 1954 hours  2505 W. Woolbright Rd.  Open Container/Resisting w/o violence
    B/M Williams, Vincent 12/15/74 was observed drinking a beer while sitting on the bus bench.  When the officers attempted to take him into custody he fled on foot across Congress Ave.  Williams was ultimately captured and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50915 1956 hours  400 NE 10th Ave.  Warrant Arrest
    B/M Miller, John T. was arrested after it was found that he had two outstanding warrants.  One here in Palm Beach County for FTA for traffic and another was a drug warrant of GA.  GA advised they would extradite.  Miller was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50942 2250 1800 W. Woolbright Rd.  Warrant Arrest
    W/M Cusatit, Luiggi 08/05/88 was arrested after a traffic stop revealed that he had an outstanding warrant for FTA for DWLS and of course he was driving with his license still suspended so he had an additional charge for that.  TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for October 28, 2010

  • 10-50691 1707 hours 4781 N. Congress Ave. Warrant Arrest
    W/M Howle, Ronald D. 06/12/61 was arrested after it was found that he had 3 outstanding warrants for open container.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50703 1827 hours 4798 N. Congress Ave. Mobil Poss. Of Contrband
    B/M McCoy, Jerry E. 03/27/64 was arrested after a witness advised officers he tried to sell him Xanax in the parking lot.  As officers approached McCoy he tossed a cigarette pack to the ground next to him.  Inside officers located 9 Xanax pills and 10 Endocet pills.  McCoy was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50743 2110 hours 146 SE 11th Ave.  Warrant
    W/M Spafford, James 06/06/69 was arrested after it was found that he had an active FTA warrant for open container.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50747 2128 hours 600 N. Seacrest Blvd. Poss. Of Contraband
    B/M Young, Byron C. 12/18/88 was arrested after it was found that he was in possession of cocaine and marijuana during a traffic stop.  Young’s 04 Ford Taurus was towed and held for forfeiture.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50750 2155 hours 1550 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. Wachovia  Armed Robbery
    Victim advised that she was attempting to make a night drop deposit when a thin B/M wearing white shirt and jeans with a red cloth covering his face approached her and pulled a gun, put it to the victims head and demanded the deposit.  The victim handed over the money and suspect fled westbound on foot.  K-9 responded and was unable to locate the suspect.  Video surveillance may have captured the robbery.  Crime Scene responded in reference to possible latent’s left on victim’s vehicle.

Overnight Incidents for October 27, 2010

  • 10-50519 1629 hrs Theft 3880 Hypoluxo Rd
    Bermudez, Angel (w/m 2-13-91) was arrested after investigation revealed that while working for Auto Zone he had been fraudulently voiding transactions and stealing the cash. He was additionally found to have an outstanding warrant (BBPD 10-50527). He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50534 1803 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 148 NE 16th Ave
    Flores, Rosendo (w/m 11-15-77) was arrested when he was found to be in possession of 3.2 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-50555 2015 hrs R/A w/out Violence 339 N Congress Ave
    Ward, Michael (b/m 3-4-91) was arrested after he obstructed officers’ investigation into a disturbance at the above location. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-50579 2316 hrs Burglary Business 552 E Woolbright Rd
    Units responded in reference to the Hair Design Institute having been burglarized. Upon arrival units found the front window shattered. Video revealed the suspect to be a white female, who stole two cash registers. Total loss is $3400.
  • 10-50586 0017 hrs Warrant Arrest 302 N Congress Ave
    Willie, Donald (b/m 3-13-64) was arrested after he was found to have five outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for October 26, 2010

  • 10-50350 1635 hrs Lewd & Lascivious  1115 N Federal Hwy
    Lewis, Dedric (b/m 12-2-78) was arrested after he was found masturbating in public. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50364 1756 hrs  COV Open Container 208 S Seacrest Blvd
    Williams, Vincent (b/m 12-15-74) was arrested after he was found sitting outside the library with an open beer. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50390 2039 hrs Warrant Arrest 500 E Ocean Ave
    Jackson, Virgilita (b/f 8-25-82) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. She was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50391 2049 hrs R/A w/out Violence 1901 N Congress Ave
    Cogdell, Hermon (b/m 2-15-62) was arrested after he obstructed officers’ investigation into a disturbance at that location. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for October 23, 2010 - October 25, 2010

  • 10-50249 2147 hours  441 SW 5th Ave.  Reckless Driving/DWLS/Poss. Of Marijuana
    While on routine patrol officers were flagged down in reference to a blue Buick driving reckless in the area.  Officers could observe a vehicle in the distance traveling at a high rate of speed down SW 4th St.  By the time officers were able to catch up to the vehicle it had crashed into a white Ford Van parked at 441 SW 5th Ave.  The occupants of the vehicle were detained and B/M Maxwell, Edwards 01/12/83 was determined to be the driver.  He was TOT PBCJ on the above charges.
  • 10-50146 1147 S Federal Hwy Burglary Business(Citgo) 0458 hrs
    Officers responded to a burglary in-progress, the  witness a Dunkin Donuts manager observed a subject smash out the glass door to the above business and enter.  The witness was not able to get an exact description of the suspect, but did note that he had left the area in a white vehicle. Sgt. Faine observed a  white crown victoria, bearing FL # 480MNC, in the SE 4th Street area, within close proximity to the Citgo. Sgt. Faine conducted an investigatory stop of the vehicle in the 200 block of SE 5th Ave when a b/m fled from vehicle. Sgt. Faine was able to immediately detain the driver, identified as b/m Alvin Daniels III. K-9, PBSO Eagle and several officers set a perimeter  and attempted to locate the unknown male that fled. Sgt King located him at 0822 hrs after a concerned citizen called to report a suspicious male. He again attempted to flee but was apprehended by Sgt King after a brief foot pursuit. Both males were TOT PBCJ. They are also considered suspects to another burglary that occurred at Ocean Food Mart at 101 N Federal Hwy (case #10-50142). Crime Scene and D-Bureau  responded.
  • 10-50167 1515 Asbury Way  Warrant Arrest 1029 hrs
    W/m Jason Lindsley who was positively ID by his drivers license. Jason has a warrant out of Branch County, Michigan warrant number 9821322 and bond amount of $20,000.00. Jason was taken into custody and transported to BBPD for processing. While at BBPD the warrant was confirmed and Jason was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50168  2861 S Seacrest Blvd G-3 Burglary Residence 1048 hrs
    Victim advised that w/m Arthur Riordan entered her apartment and assaulted her. He was placed under arrest and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50033 1749 hrs.    500 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.  DUI Crash
    Sgt. Wessendorf was stopped in the 500 block of W. Boynton Beach Blvd. behind a broken down vehicle with his emergency equipment activated.  Sgt. Wessendorf was outside of his vehicle assisting the motorist when W/M Gentile, Mark A. 08/05/61 was driving westbound and drove into the back of vehicle 4723.  A traffic crash/DUI investigation was completed and Gentile was arrested for DUI and TOT PBCJ.  No injuries and minor damage to veh. 4723.  SIR to follow.
  • 10-50049 1915 hrs.  216 NE 1st Ave.  Warrant Arrest
    B/M Allen, Jesse 07/18/73 was arrested for an active warrant for possession of cocaine.  He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50066 2028 hrs.  1075 NW 10th St.  Warrant Arrest
    W/M Dion, Ryan L. 04/20/85 was arrested for an active warrant for FTA for possession of marijuana and DWLS.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-50076 2142 hrs.  2000 Hypoluxo Rd.  DUI
    Sgt. Johnson observed a black Nissan traveling eastbound on Hypoluxo Rd. cutting in and out of vehicles at approximately 70 miles per hour.  A traffic stop was conducted and W/M Lynch, James 02/29/56 was subsequently arrested for DUI.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49928 120  Meadows Cir Theft Auto Accessory 0645 hrs
    Victim  stated that her rims (22" chrome $3500) were removed from her vehicle  (2006 red Chevy bearing FL tag V95-1AY) sometime between 1830 hours on 10-22-10 and 0645  hours on this date. They were awoken by a neighbor regarding the vehicle being placed on blocks and the theft of the rims. They stated that the rims had been fully paid for and not a rental loan.
  • 10-49956 1111 Meadows Cir Delayed Burglary 1009 hrs
    Victim advised he parked his 07 blk Chevy Impala (bearing FL tag 241MUL) directly outside this residence at approx. 1130 hrs on 10/22.  When he returned to his vehicle on today's date at approx. 0530 hrs., he realized his Apple Ipod Nano (unknown serial number) was stolen from within the console. He then checked his trunk and noticed his work tools were stolen as well. Victim advised he had various hand tools approx. $700 in value. driver's side door lock was pried off (approx. value of damage is $300). Crime scene was checked with negative results. 
  • 10-49966 116 Live Oak Ln.  Burglary Attempt 1057hrs
    Victim stated she left her residence on 10/22/10 Friday morning for work at approximately 0730 hours.  The suspect (s) unknown used a concrete block to try and break the patio sliding glass window.  It should be noted that there was also another attempted burglary to 122 Buttonwood Lane (10-49736) which sits diagonally across the lake from 116 Live Oak.

Overnight Incidents for October 22, 2010

  • 10-49589 1558 hrs Retail Theft 501 SE 18th Ave
    Shustak, David (w/m 2-11-58) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $25.44 worth of merchandise from Publix. Shustak had also threatened to pepper spray loss prevention. He was additionally charged with assault, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49592 1616 hrs Warrant Arrest 1213 NW 4th St
    Riddick, Kelcey (b/m 2-20-77) was arrested when officers became aware of outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49628 1916 hrs COV1901 N Seacrest Blvd
    McKinnis, Ricky (b/m 8-27-77) was arrested after he was found to have violated city ordinance by possessing an open container of an alcoholic beverage inside the city park. He was also found to be in possession of a handgun inside the park. While he did possess a permit to carry a concealed weapon it is against city ordinance to possess the weapon inside the park. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for October 21, 2010

  • 10-49468 1627 hrs Felony Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Carter, Byron (b/m 2-18-66) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $75.33 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. He was found to have at least two prior convictions for retail theft and was charged with the felony. He was also charged with having used an anti shoplifting countermeasure device. Carter was also found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest (BBPD #10-49473) He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49506 2148 hrs Trafficking Oxycodone/Agg Flee & Elude  260 N Congress Ave
    A traffic stop was conducted on a black Ford Escape. During the stop Ofc Sohn began talking to the driver, identified as defendant Clark, Matthew (w/m 10-30-78). Clark then decided to flee the stop, while Ofc Sohn’s hand was stuck in the driver’s door handle. After a short distance Ofc Sohn was able to extricate himself from the vehicle. The vehicle was pursued until it crashed into the lift station behind 600 SW 4th Ave. Clark and his passenger fled on foot. A perimeter was established. With the assistance of the Eagle and PBSO K9 both parties were located. Officers were able to recover 16.7 gms of marijuana, 183 oxycodone pills, 74 alprazolam pills, and 20.5 grams of cocaine. Clark was charged with numerous felonies and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49520 0111 hrs Warrant Arrest  1490 NW 1st Ct
    Moss, Tavares (b/m 11-15-78) was arrested when officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for October 20, 2010

  • 10-49308 1958 hrs.  117 NW 10th Ave. Warrant Arrest
    B/M Raynard B. Barber 10/10/90 was arrested for an outstanding warrant for FTA for Traffic.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49337  2235 hrs.    115 W Ocean Dr.     Warrant Arrest
    W/M James D. King 05/04/85 was arrested for an outstanding FTA warrant for driving while license suspended.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49209 1003 Burglary Auto Estate Dr. and Grange Rd.
    Victim responded to the P.D. Lobby and advised that unknown suspects took 2 Stihl Brand backpack leaf blowers from his Lawn Maintenance truck.  Total loss $1,000.00.
  • 10-49231 1313 Retail Theft  3200 Old Boynton Rd. (Wal-Mart)
    Units responded to Wal-Mart in ref. to a retail theft in progress.  While units responded they were advised by dispatch that the female suspect and the male suspect ran to The Boynton Beach Mall (Macy’s).  Ofc. Reynolds arrived and apprehended the female inside a dressing room at Macy’s.  Sgt. Danysh chased the male suspect from Macy’s inside of the Mall through the Mall to the East Main entrance, into the parking lot out to Access Rd. D. behind Brus Room where he apprehended the suspect.  Both were positively identified. Note: The foot chase was ½ a mile, and the suspect was transported to BBPD by Ofc. Britto who recognized him from a possible burglary to residence in which Detectives are investigating.
  • 10-49251 1532  Burglary  685 NE 15th Place
    Units responded to the above address in ref. to a burglary.  Victims advise that $40,000.00 in jewelry, 3 guns, and several cell phones, lap tops, and misc. electronic equipment were taken.  Detective and Crime scene responded.

Overnight Incidents for October 19, 2010

  • 10-49132  1714 hrs. 3600 S. Federal Hwy. Aggravated Assault/Fleeing and Eluding/GTA
    At approx. 1714 hours dispatch received a call from DBPD dispatch advising that they were following a black Chevy Cobalt northbound on Federal Hwy. into our city that was a stolen car.  They further advised that they were landline with the owner who had a GPS tracking device on the vehicle and were providing updated locations.  Numerous officers began to move to the east side of the city as the location was updated and the vehicle was finally located at Mentone Rd. and Ocean Pkwy.  At that time an Officer was in the area and observed the vehicle.  As the Officer approached the vehicle with his emergency equipment activated, the driver suddenly swerved at the Officer trying to strike him.  The Officer was forced to “dump” the bike to avoid getting hit (no injuries).  The vehicle fled westbound and then northbound on Seacrest Blvd.  A pursuit ensued through Lantana and Lake Worth’s jurisdiction until it was determined that the pursuit was too dangerous to continue and units broke off the pursuit.  Several minutes later PBSO contacted BBPD and advised they had located the vehicle on Davis Rd. in their jurisdiction abandoned.  Officers and crime scene responded to the location to process the vehicle.  The suspect is unknown at this time but described as possibly a H/M thin build.  Investigation on-going.
  • 10-49144 1901 hrs. 1402 S. Seacrest Blvd Simple Battery
    W/F Amy E. Gale 05/01/81 was arrested after investigation determined that she had battered her friend during a drunken rage.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49154 2003 hrs.  500 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. Warrant Arrest
    B/F Tyrnice Pinkney 08/28/92 was arrested for an outstanding FTA warrant after being stopped for a traffic violation.
  • 10-49165 2143 hrs. 617 NE 10th Ave. Burglary Residence
    Victim stated he heard glass breaking to the rear of the residence.  When he went to investigate he observed the back window of the residence broken out and 3 B/M’s fleeing the area on foot.  It appears the subjects did not make entry into the residence.  3 subjects that fit the description were stopped but could not be positively identified.

Overnight Incidents for October 16, 2010 - October 18, 2010

  • 10-48989 1822 hrs R/A w/out Violence 2000 NW 2nd St
    Nixon, Trashaud (b/m 1-14-83) was arrested after he obstructed officers’ investigation into a disturbance at the above location. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49005 2056 hrs  File False Police Report 25 Crossing Cir #B
    Solomon, Junior (b/m 12-12-88) was arrested after he admitted that he had reported an agg assault firearm in order to get the police to “scare” a subject into leaving Solomon alone. Investigation revealed that there had never been any firearm involved. Solomon was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-49007 2114 hrs Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Cruz-Lopez, Misael (w/m 1-18-91) and a juvenile were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $220.91 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. Cruz-Lopez was released with a NTA. Due to officers not being able to locate a guardian for the juvenile she was TOT JAC.
  • 10-48917,10-48915 – Warrant Arrest/Possession of Narcotics, I-95 & B.Bch. Blvd., 0610hrs
    B/M Stivelt Beauduoin DOB 1-21-83 was found asleep behind the wheel of his car on the overpass. Investigation revealed and outstanding warrant for his arrest and a subsequent search of his vehicle yielded 31 Oxycodone pills in his possession. He was TOT PBCJ and the vehicle was towed.
  • 10-48810 1555 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 689 NE 6th Ct
    King, Kyle (w/m 8-10-84) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of .4 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-48833 1810 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Mohorn, Briana (b/f 4-7-92) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $13.50 worth of merchandise from Claire’s. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-44846 1856 hrs  Retail Theft 301 N Federal Hwy
    Toenjes, Tiffany (w/f 7-2-82) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $8.49 worth of merchandise from CVS. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-48867 2110 hrs Warrant Arrest 550 N Congress Ave
    Dion, Ryan (w/m 4-20-85) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-48868 2119 hrs Warrant Arrest Renaissance Commons
    Dover, James (w/m 4-3-79) was arrested in reference to an outstanding warrant. He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-48749 – 0538 hrs - Burglary (Business) – 4761 N. Congress Ave
    Units responded to an alarm at Liquors at Meadows Square and found the front door glass broken.  Inventory by representative found 2 large bottles of Hennessey and 4 smaller bottles of Hennessey missing.  Crime Scene positive for latent prints.
  • 10-48769 – 1032 hrs – Burglary (Auto) – 420 New Lake Dr.
    Victim advised that sometime overnight suspect(s) entered her 2007 Dodge Charger and removed the car radio, Florida driver license and one credit card, the credit card had been used fraudulently prior to her cancelling it.  Entry was gained via door lock.
  • 10-48694 2014 hrs Agg Battery on Security Guard 2800 High Ridge Rd
    PC exists for Green, Johnny (b/m 7-4-79) for having battered a licensed security guard (Wackenhut) who was also over 65 years of age. Charges will be filed with the SA’s Office.
  • 10-48701 2101 hrs  Poss Marijuana under 20 gms 1634 S Federal Hwy
    Bayliss, Aaron (w/m 9-14-82) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 1.3 grams of marijuana. He was additionally found to have an outstanding warrant (BBPD #10-48705). He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
     

Overnight Incidents for October 15, 2010

  • 10-48489 1808 hrs.   905 W. Woolbright Rd. Race Trac   Burglary Auto
    Victim stated that she was inside paying for gas and when she returned to her black 06 Ford Explorer she realized that her Louis Vutton purse and wallet ($5000.00) were missing.  Victim did not see anything.  A review of the video showed a thin black male exit an older model Oldsmobile 4 dr. with dark tint and stickers on the trunk and damage to the front passenger bumper open the driver’s side door of victim’s vehicle with a shirt on his hand and remove the purse.  Suspect then jumps into the rear drivers side seat and the vehicle flees.
  • 10-48521 1949 hrs. 2200 S. Seacrest Blvd Warrant Arrest
    B/M Saint Felix, Carlo 09-11-65 was arrested after being stopped for a traffic violation and finding out that the he had an active FTA for traffic.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-48522  1955 1000 N. Federal Hwy Possession of Marijuana
    W/F Matthew, Melissa 03/29/80 was stopped for a traffic violation.  A check of FCIC/NCIC revealed that her license had been suspended since March.  Matthew was placed under arrest for that violation.  Search incident to arrest, 2 grams of marijuana was located on Matthew’s person.  She was released from the scene with an NTA.

Overnight Incidents for October 14, 2010

  • 10-48277 1638 hrs 460 S. Circle Dr Burglary Residence
    Victim states that sometime between 0700-1600 hours this date unknown subject/s broke a rear window to his residence and removed 2 flat screen TV’s and a lap top computer.  Victim was able to supply serial numbers for the TV’s which were entered into FCIC/NCIC.  Blood evidence recovered at the scene by Crime Scene.
  • 10-48291  1846 300 N. Federal Hwy. DUI
    W/F Wolfe, Beth A. 05/18/54 was arrested for DUI after dispatch received several calls about her reckless driving.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-48307  2011 hrs  371 N. Congress Ave. Bed Bath and Beyond Dealing in Stolen Property
    B/F McClendon, Leighgwen 12/06/84 and B/M Nance, Paul 06/09/88 were arrested after being observed possibly shoplifting from Bed Bath and Beyond.  Investigation revealed that the two subjects had purchased stolen property from an unknown B/M somewhere in West Palm Beach and were attempting to return the property to get gift cards they could sell for cash.

Overnight Incidents for October 13, 2010

  • 10-48125 1615 hrs Retail Theft Walmart 3200 Old Boynton Road
    W/M Downes, Trevor (08/07/90) was arrested for concealing $29.08 worth of merchandise.  He was released on scene with an NTA.
  • 10-48129 1655 hrs Warrant 400 East Gateway Blvd
    B/M Johnson, Alwin (03-16-1990) was found to have an outstanding warrant for Giving a False Name with a $1000 bond. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-48146 1938 hrs Theft Auto Accessories 3464 Quantum Lakes Drive
    W/M Reid, Matthew (03/03/76) reported between 2300hrs on 10/11/10 and 0620hrs, today's date, unknown person(s) removed all 4 of his 20'' BBS Wheels and Firestone Indy tires (total valued $1,800.00) from his 2010 Chevy Camaro bearing FL tag 463TLN. No suspect information.
  • 10-48188 2352 hrs  Possession of Narcotics 1631 NW 3rd Lane
    W/F Vega, Kaycee (DOB 08/12/90) was arrested for possession of a crack pipe and syringes after being called to the home for a disturbance and officers observing the paraphernalia in plain view in her open pocketbook and her admissions.  She was tot’d PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for October 12, 2010

  • 10-47966 1621 hrs Burglary Residence 101 NE 17th Ave
    Between 0515 and 1621 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by shattering a window. Once inside they stole approximately $6100 worth of electronics. Crime scene responded but was unable to locate any viable latent prints.
  • 10-48005 2018 hrs Grand Retail Theft 1500 Corporate Dr
    Engel, Darrin (w/m 10-27-68) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal a $450 spool of copper wire from Lowes. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-48006 2022 hrs  Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Schmidt, Teresa (w/f 9-8-72) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $70.40 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-48026 2343 hrs R/A w/out Violence (Obstruction) 121 NW 10th Ave
    King, Marcus (b/m 12-2-87) was arrested after he resisted officers’ attempts to conduct a lawful investigation. He was processed and released with a NTA.

Overnight Incidents for October 9, 2010 - Ocotber 11, 2010

  • 10-47809 1850 hrs 2010 N. Federal Hwy Poss. Marijuana
    B/M Lamar Moseley 09/26/87 was arrested for possession of marijuana under 20 grams subsequent to a traffic stop. He was released with a NTA.
  • 10-47828   1957 hrs 500 W. Woolbright Rd  GTA/DUI
    W/F Kerri Labonti 03/07/69 was found to be driving a stolen vehicle (N/FCIC) and under the influence of alcoholic beverage(s). She was arrested and TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-47834  2032 hrs  2660 N. Seacrest Blvd  Burglary Residence
    Officers responded to the residence in reference to an alarm. Upon arrival the front door was found ajar and a side window shattered. No suspects were located and no property was reported stolen from within. CS negative.
  • 10-47845 2204 hrs   729 Casa Loma Blvd Battery LEO/Simple Battery
    Officers responded to a bar fight at the Two Georges. W/M’s Christopher Yesnick 06/22/69 and Kevin Metz 11/03/67 were arrested for simple battery. Upon being seated in the transport van, Yesnick kicked the interior door which struck an officer (no injury). Both were TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-47745  Retail Theft, 801 N. Congress Ave. 1205hrs
    Officer’s responded to the Boynton Beach Mall 801 N. Congress Ave in ref. to a shoplifter in custody at JC Penny’s.  Upon arrival officer’s made contact with the JC Penny LPO who advised that an adult female Catherine El-Atik 10-7-33 entered into the JC penny’s and removed several items from the display rack and walked out of JC Penny’s passing all points of sale w/o paying for the $124 worth of merchandise.  Subject El-Atik was arrested for retail theft and issued an NTA and released OR. 
  • 10-47753  Resisting Arrest W/O Violence. 300 NE 16th Ave. 1243hrs 
    Officer’s performed a traffic stop on a gold colored Mercury bearing FL tag 827-DLG in the 400 block of NE 16th Ave.  Officer’s made contact with driver Alcindor Peterson 11-06-86 who was advised to vacate the vehicle due to furtive movements within.  Peterson refused and was physically removed from same.  Peterson was found to possess a suspended FL DL.  Peterson was arrested for obstruction/ resisting arrest and was issued an NTA, several citations and released OR.
  • 10-47635 1830 hrs 131 E BBB Kentucky Fried Chicken  Disorderly Intox
    W/M Mark Sanchez 04/22/78 was arrested after he was observed by officers in the parking lot screaming obscenities and causing a general disturbance for the customers of the business.  Based on his intoxicated and belligerent state he was arrested and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-47640 1907 hrs 3040 N. Evergreen Cr.  Violation of Injunction/ 10-47642 Simple Battery
    Officers responded to the above location in reference to a possible violation of an injunction.  The caller w/f Jennifer Parham stated that her estranged husband, W/M Kyle Parham, was two houses down visiting her parents which was a violation of her injunction against him.  Jennifer provided a copy of the injunction that did not provide enough information to ascertain that a violation had occurred.  While doing the investigation at this location Jennifer’s mother W/F Joyce Ohara got into a verbal altercation with a neighbor about the above situation and in the presence of officers on scene smacked the neighbor in the face.  Ohara was arrested for simple battery and release from the station with a NTA.  Jennifer left her residence and to stay with a friend for the evening.
  • 10-47650 2005 hrs 2351 S. Seacrest Blvd. Outpatient Center of Boynton Burg. Business
    Officers responded to the above location in ref. to an alarm and found the window to the west door smashed out.  A check of the interior was negative for suspects.  The only thing that appeared to be missing was a flat screen TV.  Crime Scene was negative.  Rep. advised there is video but did not have access to it at this time.
  • 10-47677  2228 hrs 211 Bayview Ave. Auto Burglary
    Victim reports that approx. 2228 hours he heard a loud crashing noise coming from the parking lot.  When he looked out he observed B/M 6’03 240 wearing white and black shirt and jeans running from his vehicle with 6 of his fishing poles.  Upon checking his vehicle he found the rear window smashed out and the word “Asshole” spray painted on his driver’s door in black paint.
  • 10-47560 2049 hrs 675 NE 15th PL. UPDATE Burg. Residence
    Update to dayshifts original report due to owners of residence being out of town.  Owners returned home to advise that nearly $10,000.00 worth of property had been taken from their home during the burglary as well as their 2009 Gray Kia Rondo bearing Fl. G319TT that had been parked in the garage.  Vehicle entered into FCIC/NCIC.
  • 10-47560 Burglary 675 NE 15th Place 
    An unknown suspect/s entered the home and ransacked it. It is unknown at this time when the event took place or what was taken due the owner being out of the country.
  • 10-47582   Burglary    3275 Orange Street
    Victim advised that he left his residence on 10/05/10 and returned today to find that unknown suspect/s entered his home via a bathroom window.  Items taken were estimated to have a value of $1650.00
  • 10-47597  1404 hrs  Shoplifting  801 N. Congress Ave
    W/f Joanna Kolessa was arrested when she stole $349.61 worth of merchandise.
     
  • 10-47416   1537 Burglary Residence 124 SE 29th Ave
    A stainless steel refrigerator and stove were removed from the vacant residence between 10-06 1600 hours and 10-08 1200 hours. Sliding glass door found unsecured. Total loss is $1600.00. No suspect information.
  • 10-47424 1634 Burglary Auto 3888 Jonathan’s Way
    Victim reported that someone broke into her vehicle between 09-26 1900 hours and 09-27 0730 hours and removed her ipod and sunglasses. Total loss is $250.00.
  • 10-47506   2240 Warrant Arrest 135 NE 1st Ave
    B/M, Odlet Herman, 4-28-80, turned himself in for the outstanding warrants for his arrest for Aggravated Battery and Battery on a Person 65 YOA. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-47532 0046 Burglary Business 301 E. Boynton Beach Blvd., (DJ Restaurant)
    Occurred between 0030 and 0042 hours this date. The front door (glass) was shattered with a 15lb hand weight and a 42” Vizio TV was stolen from within. CS was negative.

Overnight Incidents for October 8, 2010

  • 10-47258  1630 hrs Resisting arrest w/o violence 129 E. Ocean Ave
    B/M, Albert, Estelus (DOB 09/05/92) was found to be causing a disturbance at the Civic Center, School Museum and Boynton Beach Library, and subsequently trespassed from all properties (10-047263). He  provided officers with a fictitious name and DOB and subsequently arrested for the obstruction.
  • 10-47338  0120 hrs  Disorderly Intox 220 NE 10th Ave
    B/M Lee, Johnny was found to be in possession of an open container and due to his belligerence and behavior, he was subsequently arrested for disorderly intoxication.

Overnight Incidents for October 7, 2010

  • 10-47099 1706 hrs Retail Theft  1634 S Federal Hwy
    Williams, Arthur (b/m 12-12-64) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $44.97 worth of merchandise from Walgreen’s. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-47110 1802 hrs  Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    McMahan, Dakota (w/m 7-13-91) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $103 worth of merchandise from Sears. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-47170 0204 hrs Poss MDMA w/ Intent 134 NW 10th Ave
    Reynolds, Pasco (b/m 1-7-90) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 6.4 grams of MDMA. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-47173 0236 hrs  Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 1100 SW 23rd Ave
    Carver, Joseph (w/m 4-20-83) was arrested after he was found to operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Search incident to arrest revealed the presence of less than 20 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.

Overnight Incidents for October 6, 2010

  • 10-46964 1835 hrs  1096 Fairfax Cr. W. Delayed Residential Burg.
    Victim stated that sometime between 0700-2040 hours unknown subjects broke into the residence through the east side dining room window.  While inside the residence the subjects removed $18,850 worth of property from the residence.  Crime Scene responded and processed the scene.
      

Overnight Incidents for October 5, 2010

  • 10-46709  1606 hrs 2800 High Ridge Rd. Warrant Arrest/R/A Without
    W/F Rogers, Shonna 01/06/74 was arrested after investigation revealed that she lied about her name and had a warrant for delivery of oxycontin out of BCSO.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-46735 1832 hrs 301 N. Federal Hwy.  CVS Shoplifting
    B/F Lynch, Melvina 10/29/63 was arrested after she stole $38.67 worth of merchandise from the CVS.  Lynch was NTA’d from the scene.

Overnight Incidents for October 2, 2010 - October 4, 2010

  • 10-46576 2017 hrs Retail Theft  3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Roberts, Tomika (b/f 12-21-79) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $196.91 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-46615 0023 hrs  Corruption by Threat 301 N Federal Hwy
    Frederick, Sylvania (b/m 1-1-55) was arrested for a city ordinance violation. While being taken into custody he threatened to the kill the arresting officer if the officer were to ever arrest Frederick again. He was additionally charged with the corruption by threat, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-46458 2052 hrs Warrant Arrest 2200 NW 1st St
    Kelly, Samad (b/m 3-21-85) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-46476 2307 hrs Disorderly Intoxication 1415 S Federal Hwy
    Waters, Samuel (w/m 9-1-89) was arrested after he created a disturbance, while intoxicated, at the above location. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-46365 – Delayed Burglary Residence, 1536 N. Seacrest Blvd., 1053hrs
    Between 09-18-10 1211hrs and today unknown suspects entered the unoccupied residence stealing a stainless steel sink and an A/C handler ($700.00 loss). C/S negative.
  • 10-46218 1635 hrs Burglary Residence 1721 Stonehaven Dr #1
    Between 0830 and 1630 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by prying open a sliding glass door. Once inside they stole cash, jewelry, and a microwave oven. Total loss is estimated at $660. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-46246 1907 hrs Burglary Residence 317 Buttonwood Ln
    Between 0730 and 1900 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by forcing open the sliding glass door. Once inside they stole multiple electronics and jewelry items. Total loss is $3200. Crime scene was positive for latent prints.
  • 10-46306 2345 hrs  Simple Battery 2010 N Federal Hwy
    Units responded in reference to a reported disturbance. Investigation ultimately revealed that a friend of the initial caller had battered another subject at the boat ramp, due to an argument over one group taking up too much space at the ramp. Ocharan, Luis (w/m 9-10-63) was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-46312 0007 hrs Evidence Tamper 1000 W Gateway Blvd
    As a result of a traffic stop, Illioniet, Lenes (b/m 2-7-83) was arrested for possession of marijuana and tampering with evidence. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for October 1, 2010

  • 10-46067 1613 hrs 626 Buttonwood Ln Auto Burglary
    Victim stated that sometime between 09/29/10 1800 and 09/30/10 1600 hours unknown subjects her Ford Mustang by punching the driver’s side door lock and rummaged through the vehicle.  It appears at this time nothing was taken.  Crime Scene was negative.
  • 10-46086 1802 hrs 555 N. Congress Ave. Chase Bank Robbery
    At approximately 1802 hours a W/M described as in his 40’s wearing a New York Yankees baseball cap, sunglasses, polo shirt and jeans, 5’6”-5’10” 250 lbs. entered the bank and handed the teller a note stating this is a robbery.  The teller handed him the money in her drawer and the subject fled out the bank on foot westbound.  No vehicle seen, no weapon seen, no injuries.  Crime Scene, D-Bureau, notified and responded.  FBI and PIO notified.
  • 10-46132 0102 hrs 100 NW 6th Ave. Warrant Arrest
    W/M Donald Smith 09/30/59 was arrested after investigation revealed he had an outstanding warrant for FTA for Retail Theft.  TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for September 30, 2010 

  • 10-45878 1631 hrs 800 Via Lugano Cir #310 Burglary Residence
    Occurred between 0730 and 1630 hours this date. Victim found his front door unlocked upon his return home from work (no forced entry). Taken from within the home were a black Ruger 9mm handgun with two boxes of ammunition (entered N/FCIC), a Toshiba laptop, a jar full of coins and a safe containing personal documents. Total loss is over $1300.00.

 

Overnight Incidents for September 29, 2010
 
 

  • 10-45746 1905 hrs Robbery 743 NE 1st Ave
    Smith, Jacqueline (w/f 2-17-75) was arrested after she forced her way into the victim’s residence. Once inside she locked the resident in and refused to allow the resident to exit her own home. When Smith entered a different room within the home, the victim fled to a neighbor’s and summoned police. Smith was detained as she exited the victim’s residence, after having stolen the resident’s keys. Smith was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-45748 1925 hrs R/A w/out Violence 208 S Seacrest Blvd
    Jean-Paul, Milaine (b/f 10-27-90) was arrested for trespass after warning when she refused to leave the library after causing a disturbance. She then resisted officers’ attempts to take her into custody. She was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-45786 0053 hrs Warrant Arrest 739 E Ocean Ave
    Salter, Chad (w/m 3-24-78) was arrested when officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ 

Overnight Incidents for September 28, 2010

  • 10-45631 2232 hrs Warrant Arrest 300 NW 6th Ave
    Clemons, Vitoria (b/f 10-15-85) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-45638 2303 hrs Disorderly Intox 2861 S Seacrest Blvd
    Riordan, Arthur (w/m 12-10-53) was arrested after causing a disturbance at the above location. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-45647 0029 hrs R/A w/out Violence 4798 N Congress Ave
    Smith, Jacqueline (w/f 2-17-75) was arrested after she obstructed officers investigation at the above location. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-45655 0306 hrs Burglary/ Agg Battery 2011 S Federal Hwy
    Jamison, Willie (b/m 10-14-86) was arrested for the above. Investigation revealed that Jamison had broken into the church’s storage shed. Jamison was then confronted by a residentially challenged individual who objected to the church being victimized. Jamison then began to beat the victim with a metallic broom handle causing lacerations to the victim’s arm. Jamison was processed and TOT PBCJ

 
Overnight Incidents for September 24, 2010 - September 27, 2010

  • 10-45421 2000 hrs 3518 Chesapeake Cir Auto Burglary
    Victim stated that sometime between 09/17/10 2000 and 09/18/10 0730 hours unknown subjects entered his unlocked vehicle and stole his D.L., Debit Card, and 2 Miami Dolphins tickets (Oct. 4th game).  Victim waited until today to report because he just noticed the tickets missing so no crime scene was conducted.
  • 10-45475 2152 hrs 1114 N. Federal Hwy. DUI
    W/M Esequiel De La Cruz 04/17/44 was arrested for DUI after he was observed driving erratically northbound on Federal Hwy.  De La Cruz provided a breath sample of .20 and .21.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-45485 2303 hrs 1333 N. Congress Ave. Bru’s Room Simple Battery
    W/M Anthony J. Giglio 07/20/83 was arrested after units responded to the Bru’s Room for a fight in progress.  Investigation revealed that Giglio punched the victim in the face during the altercation.  Gigilio was released from the station with a NTA.
  • 10-45270 2122 hrs 1045 Grove Park Circle Burglary Residence/ Att
    Resident advised that an unknown person was seen attempting to pry the screen off of a living room window. When the homeowner turned on the exterior lights, the suspect fled the area. A K-9 track was initiated, but terminated near the border fence of the Homes of Lawrence community. Latent prints were recovered from the window and screen frame.
  • 10-45286 2315 hrs 239 NE 6th Ave Burglary Residences
    Occurred between 1900 and 2300 hours this date. Suspect(s) attempted to pry the front door open, were unsuccessful; then attempted to shatter the impact resistant bedroom window, which was also unsuccessful. The suspect(s) then shattered the rear sliding glass door with a cinder block and removed a 50” Magnavox TV from within (no serial number provided). CS was negative.
  • 10-45145 Burglary to Auto, 1114 SW 3rd Street 0555hrs
     Officers responded to a delayed burglary to auto at the aforementioned address.  Upon arrival Officers met with victim who advised that his 2002 Isuzu was forcibly entered by smashing out the drivers’ side window and removed a HP Laptop computer ($500) and a Garmin GPS ($280).  No suspects at this time and no latent prints were recovered.
      
  • 10-45159 Burglary to Auto, 5 Crossing Circ, 1007hrs 
    Officers responded to the Crossings in ref. to a burglary to auto.  Upon arrival Officers met with victim who advised that between 2300hrs. 09-24-10 and 1007hrs. 09-25-10 person’s unk. Forcibly entered into victim’s vehicle side window by smashing out same and removed a Garmin GPS ($190) and a Nokia cell phone ($100).  No latent prints were located.
      
  • 10-45170 Warrant Arrest, 300 block N. Congress Ave. 1153 hrs.  
    Officers located and arrested Austin, Ethridge 10-22-49 in the 300 block of N. Congress Ave with an outstanding warrant ref. Misd. Traffic FTA.  Ethridge was transported to BBPD processed and tot PBCJ. 
  • 10-45197 COV, 500 W.  Woolbright Rd. 1447hrs.  
    Officers observed Steven Williams 11-01-57 panhandling in the area of the 500 block of W. Woolbright Rd. w/o a permit and was arrested for the City of Boynton Beach Ordinance Violation 17-14.  Williams was further found to possess a warrant for FTA Traffic Violation and he was tot PBCJ after processing at BBPD. 

 
Overnight Incidents for September 23, 2010

  • 10-44715 1717 hrs Burglary Residence 3136 Orange St
    Between 0752 and 1650 hrs the victim’s residence was burglarized and a Compaq laptop was stolen. Total loss was valued at $450. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-44739 1938 hrs Warrant Arrest 2200 N Congress Ave
    Fray, Dexter (b/m 2-12-89) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-44784 0010 hrs Affray, Disorderly, R/A w/out 1313 N Congress Ave
    Reeves, James (w/m 8-9-80) and Mazer, Brandon (w/m 8-5-83) were at the Bru’s Room when they decided to physically confront another group of subjects that they believed were responsible for slashing Mazer’s tires two week ago. As a result of the ensuing fight the manager summoned police assistance. Reeves was arrested for affray, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest without violence. Mazer was arrested for affray and disorderly conduct. They were processed and TOT PBCJ. 

Overnight Incidents for September 22, 2010

  • 10-44541 1658 hrs 2300 High Ridge Rd Burglary Auto
    Occurred between 0900 and 1650 hours this date in the parking lot of the Children’s Services Council. Suspect(s) shattered the front passenger window of victim’s 2007 Pontiac G6 and took a Gucci purse valued at $400.00. CS was negative.   
  • 10-44600 2244 hrs 306 NW 8th Ct Burglary Residence
    Occurred between 1930-2230 hours this date. Suspect(s) entered the home via a broken bedroom window and took a 32” Samsung TV and an 18 pack of beer. Total loss is estimated at over $600.00. Crime Scene personnel responded and the TV was entered into N/FCIC as stolen.  
  • 10-44611 2354 hrs 2202 N. Congress Ave Possession Cocaine
    W/M Andrew Gilbert 04/21/58 was arrested for possession of cocaine subsequent to a traffic stop. He was TOT the PBCJ.

 
Overnight Incidents for September 21, 2010

  

  • 10-44395 2021 hrs  Bank of America 4793 N. Congress Ave. Armed Robbery
    Victim advised that he arrived at the BOA ATM machine at approximately 2000 hours when he was rushed by two B/M’s.  The first male was described as tall and thin wearing all black with a black mask.  The second subject was also wearing all black but did not have a mask and had small corn rolls.  The second subject was armed with a small handgun.  The second subject struck the victim in the face with the gun and then the other B/M reached into his pockets and took his $400.00 cash, BOA debit card, and FL. DL.  The victim was carrying a chrome Taurus 45 handgun in his waistband which was also taken during the robbery.  Victim responded home to the Meadows and then called police (20-30 minute delay).  BBFD responded and treated victim.  Bank was closed at the time so officers were unable to review/retrieve any video.  No further information at this time. 

 

Overnight Incidents for September 18, 2010 - September 20, 2010

  • 10-44215 1619 hrs CCW/ Felon Possessing Ammunition 100 NW 10th Ave
    Dumire, Jeffrey (w/m 5-20-57) was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon after he was found to have a machete concealed inside his pant’s leg. O’Connor, Jerry (w/m 3-29-70) was arrested for being a convicted felon in possession of ammunition after he was found to be in possession of a 12 gauge incendiary round. Both subjects were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-44194 – Narcotic Arrest, 320 NE 13th Ave, 1400hrs  
    B/M Joseph Moody DOB 08-03-91, 2.8gms marijuana, B/M Gary Roker DOB 12-08-91 13.1gms marijuana. Both NTA’d from scene.
  • 10-44087 1850 hrs  DUI 1300 W Gateway Blvd
    Jenkins, Carlos (b/m 7-12-68) was arrested for driving under the influence. Once at BBPD he provided two breath samples resulting in .097 and .096 grams of alcohol per 210 liters of breath. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-44134 0032 hrs  Armed Robbery  32 Bentwater Cir
    Victim reported that a black male, approximately 5’06”, 150 lbs, wearing all dark clothes, with gloves, and a mask confronted her in the garage of her home. He was able to steal her purse and flee on foot. A K9 track was conducted, which ended in the area of 54 Bentwater Cir. Crime scene responded.
  • 10-43998 – DUI Arrest, 4700 N. Congress Ave, 0518hrs
    W/M Wilser Ramirez DOB 3-27-88 was arrested and charged with DUI after he was observed driving erratically. Processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-44025 – Suspicious Incident, 119 Ocean Ct, 1115hrs
    Caller advised they were contacted via telephone by someone representing “Winner’s International” advising they had just won $1000.00. They advised they would send a representative to the caller’s house at 1200hrs so they could bring them their prize only after the caller took them to their bank to withdraw $350.00. The caller, realizing it was a scam, said no and the representative continued to push the issue advising they would offer a discount of only a $250.00 withdrawal. The caller then discontinued the call. There was no caller ID to identify who made the call and no one responded to the callers residence at 1200hrs this date. Nothing further at this time.
  • 10-43914 1835 hrs  Grand Retail Theft  1901 N Congress Ave
    Villani, Dina (w/f 1-11-71) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $499 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s. She was processed and TOT PBCJ
  • 10-43939 2042 hrs Battery LEO 4975 Park Ridge Blvd
    While working a security detail at the BBHS football game Ofc C. Rivera was struck by Bissing, Ariel (w/f 2-22-91). Bissing was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-43954 2209 hrs  DUI 1400 N Congress Ave
    Pedersen, Terri (w/f 11-20-64) was arrested after she was found to have been operating a vehicle while under the influence. Once at BBPD she submitted two breath samples resulting in .187 and .185 grams of alcohol per 210 liters of breath. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-46964 2308 hrs  DUI  1400 N Congress Ave
    Ortiz, Johnathan (w/m 11-1-62) responded to the location of Pedersen’s arrest to take custody of her vehicle. Upon arriving at the scene it was determined that he also was operating a vehicle while under the influence. Once at BBPD he submitted two breath samples resulting in .167 and .176 grams of alcohol per 210 liters of breath. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-43973 0013 hrs  DUI 1005 W Gateway Blvd
    Units responded to the above location in reference to a report of a male slumped over the wheel of a vehicle in the parking lot. Upon arrival officers located Fremmer, Evan (w/m 3-13-87) slumped over the steering wheel of the vehicle, which was improperly parked in a travel lane of the parking lot. Fremmer was lethargic and unable to answer simple questions. BBFD responded and evaluated Fremmer’s medical condition. It was determined that Fremmer was under the influence of prescription narcotics. He was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.

Overmight Incidents for September 17, 2010

  • 10-43745 1808 hrs  118 NW 7th ST.  Stolen Auto
    Victim reported his white 2006 BMW 330i with FL Tag # 648XEP was stolen from the driveway between 0600 and 1800 hours. Entered FCIC/NCIC.
  • 10-43760 1940 hrs 700 E BBB.  Disorderly Intox-R/A
    W/F Erol-Rosa, Barbara J. was arrested after causing a large disturbance, due to her high level of intoxication.  As Erol-Rosa was being taken into custody she refused to get into the police vehicle and was additionally charged with R/A without.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-43765  2015 hrs 3200 Old Boynton Rd.  Strong Arm Robbery
    B/F Cash, Makaria J 03/01/91 was arrested after she concealed $44.72 worth of merchandise inside the store and did not pay for it.  When security attempted to take her into custody Cash punched the security guard in the face and fought to retain the property.  Fellow employees assisted in taking Cash into custody.  TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-43804    0057 hrs  400 E. BBB Warrant Arrest
    W/M Lena, Paolo 02/23/82 was arrested after investigation from a traffic stop revealed that he had an FTA warrant. He was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-43807 0201 hrs  415 E. BBB (Coin Laundry) Vandalism Business
    A broken window was discovered at the business by officers on patrol. A representative responded to the business and advised that there did not appear to be any entry or anything missing. The damage was caused by a paver block having been thrown through the window.

Overnight Incidents for September 16, 2010

  • 10-43513  1624 hrs 120 Arthur Ct Burglary Residence
    Occurred between 0600-1600 this date. Suspect(s) entered via a shattered window and proceeded to rummage through dressers and bedrooms, however; nothing was reported missing. CS and suspect information negative.
  • 10-43560   1946 hrs  2000 S. Fed Hwy Poss. Marijuana
    W/M John Duckworth 11/9/84 was arrested for possession of marijuana under 20 grams and paraphernalia. He was released on-scene with a NTA.
  • 10-43595  2240 hrs  100 NW 10th Ave  Poss. Narcotics
    W/F Tammy Stewart 12/18/71 was arrested for possession of both schedule II and IV narcotics without a prescription and paraphernalia subsequent to a traffic stop. She was TOT the PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for September 15, 2010

  • 10-43378  1943hrs Simple Battery 203 Villa Circle
    W/M Chad Rosemeyer (08/05/76) stated an acquaintance, only known as B/M Geoff, struck him in the side of the head and damaged a fire extinquiser box in the process.  Suspect was GOA.
  • 10-43379  1959hrs Vandalism Auto  4753 N. Congress Ave
    W/M Thomas, Anthony (05/29/60) who appeared to be intoxicated, was arrested when caught doing damage ($400.00) to a Publix employee’s (Vicitm Alan Dow’s) 07 silver Chevy HHR bearing FL tag C758SJ.

Overnight Incidents for September 14, 2010

  • 10-43255 2308 hrs Poss Cocaine 119 NW 10th Ave
    Hyde, Gary (b/m 9-23-90) was arrested for possession of cocaine within 1000 ft of a city park after he was observed trying to discard a plastic bag containing .6 grams of crack cocaine. He was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ. Also arrested, for trespass after warning, was Taylor, Michael (b/m 4-6-92). Taylor was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-43271 0105 hrs Poss Sched II w/out RX 1500 W Gateway Blvd
    Pucci, Damon (w/m 10-2-88) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of both schedule ii and schedule iv pills without a prescription. He was also found to be in possession of a syringe, which he advised, was used to inject oxy’s. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. 

 

Overnight Incidents for September 10, 2010 - September 13, 2010

  • 10-42645 1552hrs Shoplifting 3200 Old Boynton Road
    B/f Vanilla Riley was arrested when she stole $88.00 worth of merchandise.  She was processed and issued an NTA. 
  • 10-42667 1818hrs Warrant Arrest 411 SE 23rd Ave
    H/m Rolando Rodriguez was arrested for an FTA warrant.
  • 10-42681 1947hrs Theft   1106 Ocean Ave
    Victim reports that approximately 7-10 days ago she noticed that one of her keys to her safe were missing but the merchandise in the safe was present.  Today, she found that her jewelry valued at $50,000 was missing and coincidentally her aide was present to care for her.  Crime scene responded with negative results on the safe.  The information on the aide is unknown at this time due to the office being closed.  Investigation is on going. 
  • 10-42904 0845 hours 315 E MLK Blvd Burglary (church)
    Witness observed B/M Nathaniel Fredricks exiting Greater St. Paul Church via the front door carrying a ladder and notified police.  Upon arrival officers observed a broken window on the north side of the church.  Fredricks was located at EZ market without the ladder and was taken into custody due to an outstanding warrant.  Fredricks did have cuts on his arms consistent with crawling through a broken window.  Contact was made with the Pastor several hours later at which point he responded and advised that taken from the church was a ladder, a vase, a plant, an Amplifier and miscellaneous wires and cords.  PC was sent to PBCJ for charges of burglary for Fredricks. 
  • 10-42910 0920 hours 501 NE 25th Ave Burglary Auto
    Sometime during the evening hours unknown person(s) removed a lawn mower from the victim’s vehicle. 
  • 10-42912 0946 hours 106 S Atlantic Dr W Burglary Residence
    Sometime between 1700 hours on 9/10 and 0900 hours this date unknown person(s) entered the residence by removing a section of the jalousie windows.  Once inside the residence was ransacked however unknown what was taken at this time. 
  • 10-42823 1623 Grand Theft (Shoplift) 801 N. Congress Ave. (Macy’s)
    B/F, Elsie Ferdinand, 01/20/77, was arrested after investigation revealed she had concealed clothing and jewelry from the business and left without paying for the merchandise. Total value was $609.00. 
  • 10-42842 1849 Burglary Residence 815  W. Boynton Beach Blvd. 9-102
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered his residence on 09/10 between 0115 and 0900 hours. Entry was made by cutting the patio screen and throwing a patio chair through the rear window. A 32” Phillip’s LCD television was taken. Total loss with damages is $950.00. 
  • 10-42844 1949 Burglary Residence 640 NE 6th Ct.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered the residence between the dates of 08/13 and 09/10. Entry was made through a possible unsecured rear sliding glass door. A Dell Inspiron Laptop valued at $1500.00 was removed. 
  • 10-42851 2121 Burglary Residence 1302 SW 1st ST.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered his residence through an unsecured rear window, placing the window screen on the ground. A laptop computer and digital camera were stolen.
  • 10-42878 0135 Agg. Assault Motor Vehicle 1009 Villa Ln.
    Officers responded to the area reference a disturbance between a Tow Truck driver and a residential guest over the towing of a vehicle. Investigation revealed that W/M, Cory Dominguez, 07/07/84, intentionally struck the victim’s vehicle while she was operating it. Dominguez offered that the victim caused damage to her vehicle when she drove the vehicle off of the tow chassis, however; the damage was not consistent with his explanation and it contradicted the statements of independent witnesses. TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-42974 1702 Burglary Residence 190 NW 21st Ave.
    Victim reported that a B/M stole his red bicycle from his fenced-in front yard on 09/04 between 1400 and 1415. He delayed in reporting the incident until he viewed the video surveillance of the incident. The video was of poor quality. Total loss is $30.00. 
  • 10-42987 1952 Burglary Residence 522 NE 5th Ave.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered his residence by removing a window screen and opening a window between 09/10 1330 hours and 09/11 1930 hours. Several electronic items were removed to include two 32” LCD televisions and an unknown brand laptop computer. Total loss is $1,250.00. 
  • 10-42999 2149 Possession of Xanax  400 NW 17th Ave.
    W/M, Philip Licausi, 07/30/86, was arrested after investigation revealed he was in possession of several Xanax pills. TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-43021 0144 Disturbance 332 SW 5th Ln.
    Units responded to the 300 block of SW 5th Ln. in reference to a disturbance with anonymous complainants advising that they heard what sounded like gunshots. Upon arrival, officers observed a large crowd in the roadway engaging in a fight, but immediately dispersed upon police arrival. The roadway was littered with broken bottles. No evidence of any shooting was located. No victims from the fight were located. 
  • 10-43023 0207 Poss. Cocaine/Poss. Marijuana/Resist Without Violence 230 NE 13th Ave.
    Units responded to the area in reference to an occupant of a vehicle selling drugs. Upon arrival, the vehicle was observed driving in the area and was stopped for a traffic violation. The driver, B/M, Gregory Brown, 02/20/77, ran on foot from officers during the stop. Brown was apprehended. Brown did not have a valid driver’s license and was found to be in possession of marijuana and cocaine.
  • 10-43129 0119 Warrant Adult 500 Block West Boynton Beach Blvd.
    B/M, Jeffrey Estinfort, 08/14/87, was arrested for an active warrant reference a narcotics arrest from Broward County, FL. TOT PBCJ.

 
Overnight Incidents for September 9, 2010
  

  • 10-42542 1850hrs R/A without Violence 1700 N Seacrest Ave
    While on scene investigating a traffic accident the driver B/M Willie Smith became belligerent when he was told his vehicle was getting towed.  He was arrested, processed and given an NTA. 
  • 10-42551 2021hrs Accident/DUI investigation 2164 NE1st Way
    W/m Christian Steinman 70 years old drove his vehicle into an apartment, backed out of the apartment hitting another vehicle and hitting another apartment.  The building inspector deemed the apartment to dangerous to live in and the resident went to stay with friends.  Blood was drawn from the driver to determine if he was driving under the influence.  Investigation is on-going.
  • 10-42555 Burglary to residence 518 NE 15th Ave
    Victim advised that between 1830hrs and 2045hrs an unknown person/s entered into his home stealing and damaging $1100 worth of items.  No suspect information. 
  • 10-42567 2225hrs Warrant Arrest 3136 Orange St
    B/m Dennis Moore was arrested for an active warrant issued by St Lucie County.


Overnight Incidents for September 8, 2010

  • 10-42349    1853 hrs Theft of Services 4746 N. Congress Ave (Duffy’s)
    Management reported that one of their waiters W/M Massucci, Robert 04/30/89 has been defrauding the business of cash bonus dollars. The suspect would use a loyalty card that was issued to his wife on some of his customer’s transactions to earn points on her card. Massucci had redeemed over $300.00 worth of loyalty points since January this year. He was arrest and later transported to PBCJ without incident.
  • 10-42395   1942 hrs  Burglary to Vehicle 905 W. Woolbright Rd (RaceTrac)
    Victim stated at on this date at approx. 1730 hours she refueled her 2008 Honda SUV Fl tag 927LKM leaving her purse in the driver’s side seat with the doors unlocked. She stepped away from the driver’s side of the vehicle for a few seconds to refuel her vehicle. When she returned, the victim discovered her purse missing. Video surveillance tape was unable to be recovered due to staff not having access. Total loss $441.00.
  • 10-42413  2228 hrs  Possession of Marijuana  200 NE 12th Ave.
    During an investigatory stop B/M Millines, Howard DOB: 11/16/88 was arrested for possessing 4.4 grams of marijuana. Millines was released from the scene with an N.T.A.

Overnight Incidents for September 7, 2010

  • 10-42185    1738     Strong Arm Robbery  300 Block NW 10th Ave.
    Victim reported that he was approached between 1500 and 1530 hours by a W/M and B/M while he was walking home. One male grabbed his hands and the other reached into his pocket and took his wallet. Both subjects ran from the area. The wallet contained personal information, foreign currency, and a work permit.
  • 10-42204   1953 Grand Theft (Distraction)  3200 Old Boynton Rd. (Walmart)
    Three B/M’s and three B/F’s entered the store at approximately 1530 hours in a concerted effort to distract the clerk. Several bottles of liquor were stolen. Total value of loss is $310.00. Subjects left the store and returned again, but left after the clerk became suspicious.
  • 10-42230   2345 Possession of Crack Cocaine 200 S. Federal Hwy.
    W/M, George Konicoff, 07/05/84, was arrested after he revealed he was in possession of .1 grams crack cocaine. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-42235   0111   Possession of Marijuana  133 N. Congress Ave. (Publix)
    W/M, Jeffrey King, 12/07/63, was arrested for possession of 9 grams of marijuana. Subject NTA’d.

Overnight Incidents for September 3, 2010 - September 6, 2010

 

  • 10-42116  0747 hrs    22 Southern Cross Circle   Auto Burglary
    Between 2045 hrs on 9/5/10 and 0730 hours this date unknown person(s) entered victim’s unsecured vehicle and stole misc. paperwork.  Crime scene negative.
  • 10-42129  0959 hrs 1400 N Seacrest Blvd  Poss Marijuana
    B/M Parker, Roderick DOB 4/25/82 was arrested after traffic stop located 4.3 grams of Marijuana in Parker’s possession. Released with an NTA.
  • 10-42162 1322 hrs  220 NE 11th Avenue Burglary (in progress)
    Victim advised she arrived home and observed two black males inside her residence as she entered through the garage interior door.  Both males fled through the front door and ran north toward NE 12th Avenue.  Perimeter was established with negative results.  Crime scene revealed suspects gained entry by smashing out the west side bedroom window. Once inside suspects collected multiple electronics and placed them in a bag however left them behind when they fled.  Crime scene conducted with positive results for Latent prints.
  • 10-42051 1812 hrs  Retail Theft 1901 N Congress Ave
    Thomas, Lisa (w/f 4-22-81) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $66 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-42058 1927 hrs  Retail Theft 501 SE 18th Ave
    Knealing, Robert (w/m 6-29-68) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $10.98 worth of merchandise from Publix. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-41914 2025 hrs Flee & Elude 2300 S Federal Hwy
    Kincannon, Brandon (w/m 4-3-67) was arrested for fleeing, DUI, driving w/out a license, and resisting arrest after he fled from Sgt Wessendorf. He was taken into custody in the area of 2300 S Federal Hwy.
  • 10-41956 0010 hrs Warrant Arrest 130 E MLK Blvd
    Moody, Melissa (b/f 7-11-78) was arrested after officers located her driving a vehicle, which DBPD had an outstanding BOLO for, and determined that there was an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-41820 – Delayed Burglary Residence, 914 NE 7th St, 0954hrs
    Officers respond ref an alarm and find a rear door unlocked. Residence is checked and contents found ransacked. Point of entry determined to be a bedroom window. Owner contacted out of state advising a laptop is missing. Will update with supp upon return. A neighbor was tasked with securing the residence. C/S processed the scene.
  • 10-41713  1624hrs   shoplifting    3200 Old Boynton Road
    W/m Darrin Birnbaum was arrested when he was caught stealing $498.00 worth of merchandise.  He was processed and sent to PBCJ.
  • 10-41724                   Burglary       1475 SW 8th St.
    Manager of the Cracker Barrel advised that between 08-27-10 and today an unknown subject/s removed $380.00 worth of plywood used for hurricane shutters. 
  • 10-41727  1748hrs  Shoplifting     801 N. Congress Ave
     
    W/M Robert Janiszewski was arrested when he was caught stealing $12.99 worth of merchandise.  He was processed and issued an NTA.
  • 10-41733  1818hrs  Shoplifting    801 N. Congress Ave
    B/f Ilrine Malvoisin was arrested when she was caught stealing $39.99 worth of merchandise.  She was processed and taken to PBCJ. The second subject fled the scene with $54.99 worth of merchandise.
  • 10-41745  Burglary        2709 SW 7th St
    Victim advised she left her residence at 1030hrs and returned at 1800hrs to find that her house had been broken into by possibly her soon to be Ex-husband.  It was unknown at this time what was stolen but suspect made entry through front door causing $100.00 damage.  Complete inventory will be provided at later date.
  • 10-41738 Burglary attempt  510 NE 26th Ave
    Victim advised that an unknown subject/s attempted to pry open the rear door to the residence causing $200.00 worth of damage.  In addition to the attempted entry an electric meter was taken valued at $300.00.  Total loss was approximately $500.00.
  • 10-41596 1850 Burglary Auto 1425 S. Congress Ave.
    Victim Mikerline Jean between 1400 and 1600 hours someone entered her 2004 Lexus RX330 bearing FL Tag # K105LH by breaking out a  rear passenger window.   Taken was a purse which contained several credit cards, SS cards for her and her children and $80.00 in cash.
  • 10-41616 2112 Armed Carjacking 2882 SE 2nd St
    Victim Wildberley, Charles (B/M 11/10/84) reported four  B/M's with guns approached his vehicle (2005 Honda Accord bearing FL tag N170YK), forced him out and struck him in the back of the head with a pistol (minor injuries).  Suspects also took the victim’s wallet and a gold ring.  D-Bureau notified.

 

Overnight Incidents for September 02, 2010

  • 10-41394  1659 Burglary Residence 1536 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    B/M, Cleveland Mack, 05/27/64, was arrested after investigation revealed he was still in the residence when the victim arrived home and discovered him stealing some of her jewelry and an Ipod Nano. Mack offered that he was hired to clean the residence by an owner and she was not allowed there. Mack was still in the residence when officers arrived. Mack had the victim’s necklace around his neck and his pockets were full of her jewelry and miscellaneous items. Contact with the owner indicated that he hadn’t hired anyone. Mack was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-41398 1805 Battery L.E.O. / Child Abuse (Non-Familial) 801 N. Congress Ave.
    B/F, Kira Hill, 06/09/92, was arrested after she punched a 16 YOA girl in the head for staring at her in the mall. Hill subsequently refused to submit her hands for handcuffing and punched an officer in the arm several times while attempting to handcuff her. Control was gained over Hill and eventually TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-41417 1817 Stolen Trailer 2940 Commerce Park Dr.
    Sometime between 08/31/2010 17:00 hours and 09/01/2010 18:00 hours, an enclosed white trailer (VIN # 1TPCENX2711015080), was reported as stolen by Fun Food Depot. Entered FCIC/NCIC.
  • 10-41428 2035 Burglary Auto 2290 N. Congress Ave. (LA Fitness)
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered his vehicle between 1830 and 1940 hours, stealing his watch and his wallet’s contents ($400.00 cash) from the center console. Total loss is $502.00. No damage to vehicle. 
  • 10-41435 2126 Burglary Auto 1775 N. Congress Ave. (24 Hour Fitness)
    Victim reported an unknown person entered his vehicle by an unknown means between 2030 and 2120 hours, stealing the following items: Garmin GPS, radar detector, Toshiba laptop computer, Apple Ipod, Motorola cell phone, Makita drill, Dewalt drill, MP3 player, and $30.00 in cash. Total loss is estimated at $2155.00. 
  • 10-41442  2221 Burglary Residence 2111 NE 4th St.
    Victim reported an unknown person entered the residence between 1130 hours and 2200 hours through an unsecured bedroom window, stealing miscellaneous jewelry valued at $1700.00. 
  • 10-41457  0047 Burglary Residence 316 SW 1st Ave.
    Victim reported an unknown person entered the residence between 1630 hours and 0030 hours by kicking open a door, stealing $600.00 from a bedroom and a red/yellow/green beach cruiser bicycle from the backyard. Total loss is $1600.00. 

Overnight Incidents for September 01, 2010 

  • 10-41245 1926 hrs Warrant Arrest 815 W BBB
    Beach, Leonard (w/m 7-21-75) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-41283 0013 hrs Warrant Arrest 3500 N Federal Hwy
    Josey, Derry (b/m 3-15-75) was arrested after it was learned that there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was additionally charged with providing a false name under BBPD #10-41276. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

 
Overnight Incidents for August 31, 2010

  • 10-41107 Burglary 126 SE 7th Ave
    Victim advised she left her residence on 08/28 and returned on 08/29 but had not checked her shed until 08/30 at 1630 hrs when she found $2580.00 worth of items missing.  There are no suspects. 
  • 10-39555-update
    B/M Curtis Bernard Pearson (09-28-86) was taken into custody based on prior probable cause for Aggravated Battery, Armed Robbery and CCF during the commission of a felony.  Pearson was located when units responded to another call that Pearson was involved in. 

Overnight Incidents for August 28, 2010 - August 30, 2010

 

  • 10-40609 1710 Burglary Auto 2290 N. Congress Ave. (LA Fitness)
    Victim reported that his briefcase was stolen from his vehicle between 1600 and 1700 hours by an unknown person who broke a door window. Total Loss is $332.00.  
  • 10-40617  1849 Burglary Residence 1500 NW 1st Ct.
    Victim reported that an unknown person gained access to the vacant residence by opening an unsecured window between the dates of 8/25 and today, stealing an oven and microwave. Total loss is $425.00 
  • 10-40620  1947  Possession Marijuana with Intent to Sell  1005 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    B/M, Eric Pinkney, 03/09/71, was arrested for an Open Container of Alcohol (Beer). A search incident to arrest revealed he was in possession of 6 baggies of marijuana (7.7 grams) packaged for sale. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-40628  2031 Burglary Auto 801 N. Congress Ave.
    Victim reported that she parked her vehicle at 1730 hours near the East Main and returned at 1930 hours to discover an unknown person had entered her unsecured vehicle and stole her Sony laptop computer, Garmin GPS, Jewels Jerganson watch, and MetroPCS cell phone. Total loss is $1,345.00. 
  • 10-40691  0550 hrs 136 SE 7th Ave Burglary Auto
    Victim reported that sometime between 0000-0550 hours on this date, unk. suspect(s) smashed out the by smashing out the rear driver's side quarter window of their 1999 Toyota Corolla and removed  AM/FM MP3 stereo (valued at approx. $100). Vehicle was parked/secured in the driveway of the above address. Crime scene negative.
  • 10-40714  0933 hrs  312 NE 2nd St  Burglary Business
    Victim reported that sometime between 2200 hours on 08-27-10 and 0930 hours on 08-28-10, unk. suspect(s) broken into the office building by breaking the bathroom window to the rear of the business. Once inside, victim advised that his Dell Desktop Computer and some frozen meats from the freezer had been taken. Total value of loss estimated at approx. $1,400. Crime scene was positive; palm print lifted. 
  • 10-40806  1906  Burglary Auto 501 New Lake Dr.
    Victim reported she parked her vehicle at 1130 and returned at 1830 to discover someone entered the unsecured vehicle and stole her stereo. Total loss is $100.00. No suspect information. 
  • 10-40852  0036  Possession Cocaine 111 NE 3rd Ave.
    W/M, Charles McCabe, 12/23/49 was arrested after he was found in possession of .1 grams of crack cocaine. TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-40860  0148  Battery 2212 N. Congress Ave. (Boynton Ale House)
    W/M, Moiset Perez, 03/07/72, was arrested after investigation revealed he punched another patron of the business. Perez was refusing to leave the business when asked by management. The patron tried to assist management when it appeared Perez was becoming violent with the manager. TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-40691 0536 hrs 710 NE 1st St  Burglary Residence
    Victim reported that sometime between 2000 hrs on 08-28-10 and 0530 hrs on this date, unk. suspect(s) entered the residence through a set of French doors to the rear of the residence that had been pried open. Removed from the residence was $980.00 in US currency and an unknown make/model lawnmower from the rear patio area. Crime scene negative. 
  • 10-40887   0838 hrs   3370 Ocean Pkwy  Burglary Structure
    Victim reported that sometime between 2200 hrs on 08-28-10 and 0830 hrs on this date, unk. suspect(s) broke into an aluminum shed to the rear of the property by pushing a secured door inward. Suspect(s) removed a red Troy Built lawn mower ($300) and an unknown brand weed eater ($100). Investigation also revealed that the west laundry window was cracked from being pulled; however, no entry was made. Crime scene negative.  
  • 10-40942   1531  Grand Theft   801 N. Congress Ave.    (Macy’s)
    W/F, Melissa Perez, 08/16/86, arrested for retail theft after investigation revealed she stole 5 wallets and several belts from the business. Total value was $621.98. 
  • 10-40954 1745 Burglary Auto 219 SW 4th St.
    Victim parked her vehicle at 1730 hours. Upon returning 15 minutes later she discovered that someone broke the rear driver side window and stole her purse.  The purse contained personal information. Total loss is $160.00.  
  • 10-40960 1832 Burglary Auto 480 Ocean Parkway
    Victim parked her vehicle at 1810 hours. 15 minutes later she discovered that someone broke the rear driver side window and stole her purse. The purse contained personal information and three money orders. Total loss is $1900.00. 
  • 10-40962 1843 Burglary Auto 3020 E. Palm Dr.
    Victim parked her vehicle at 1825 hours. 15 minutes later she discovered that someone broke the driver side window and stole her purse. The purse contained personal information. Total loss is $360.00.  
  • 10-40975 2042  Grand Theft  1775 N. Congress Ave. (24 Hour Fitness)
    Victim reported that he put his Iphone in an unsecured locker in the men’s room and left. Upon return in 15 minutes, he discovered the phone missing. Total loss is $500.00 


Overnight Incidents for August 27, 2010

 

  • 10-40474 2141 hrs GTA 1901 N Seacrest Blvd
    Blatche, Emerson (b/m 3-6-63) was arrested after he refused to return the scooter that had been lent to him by the victim. Units located Blatche riding the scooter in the 1400 block of N Seacrest Blvd. Blatche resisted arrest, but was taken into custody without injury. He was charged with grand theft auto, and resisting arrest without violence. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 26, 2010

  • 10-40221   Burglary     2000 NW 2nd Ct.
    Victim reported that between the hours of 0815 and 1600 an unknown person/s entered into her residence via a bedroom window.  Taken was $14,000 in US currency that had been in a shoebox in the bedroom closet.  A neighbor advised that they witnessed a b/m, 5-08, thin build, dark skin, short hair, wearing a red and white shirt and long shorts walk to the rear of the house at 0900 hrs.  Nothing further.
  • 10-40260 1839 hrs     Warrant Arrest        216 SW 5th Ave
    B/m Justin Austin was arrested for a domestic simple battery warrant.
  • 10-40292  2118 hrs    Aggravated Assault Firearm   30 NW 28th Ave
    Victim advises that an unknown person fired a shotgun at him.  Victim advises that he has had confrontations with San Castle gang members in the past but it is unknown if this is who shot at him.  Crime Scene and the detective bureau responded.  Investigation is on going.
  • 10-40293  Burglary      308 SW 2nd Ave 
    A witness advised that she witnessed a b/m wearing all black clothing exit the above residence at 2120 hrs, retrieve a bike from the front lawn and leave the area.  When units arrived they spoke to the victim, who arrived later, who stated that he had left at approximately 1500 hrs with house secure.  He found that the back window had been broken and approximately $2100.00 worth damage and items stolen.  Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-40302   Burglary Auto    1620 S. Federal Hwy
    Victim advised that between 1800 and 2230 hrs an unknown person/s entered into his vehicle taking approximately $200.00 worth of merchandise.  Damage was found to the locking mechanism which indicated the point of entry.  Total loss $300.00.

Overnight Incidents for August 25, 2010

  • 10-40083   1616 Burglary Residence  3010 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered the vacant residence and removed the A/C unit between the dates of 8/13 and 8/17. There was no forced entry. Front door was found unlocked. Total loss is $424.00.
  • 10-40127   2120  Warrant Arrest 1700 N. Congress Ave.
    B/F, Shona Holmes, 1/3/76, was arrested after a traffic stop when she was found to have an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear (Traffic). TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-40131   2144  Poss. Marijuana 400 E. Gateway Blvd.
    W/F, Teresa Chamberlain, 08/16/83; and B/M, Jerry Brinson, 08/21/77, were both arrested after a traffic stop revealed they were in constructive possession of .8 grams of marijuana, which they advised they were going to smoke prior to having been stopped.
  • 10-40151   0027    Burglary Residence 233 E. Gateway Blvd.
    Units responded to the address in reference to alarm activation. Upon a check of the perimeter, a window A/C unit was found to have been pushed into the residence for someone to gain access into the home. The residence was checked utilizing K-9, however; no one was located within. The alarm panel was found to be torn from the wall. The resident responded and advised that there didn’t appear to be anything missing at this time.

Overnight Incidents for August 24, 2010

  • 10-39973   2300 Give False Name-Resisting Arrest without Violence 2109 SE 3rd St.
    B/M, Christopher G. Knight, 03/04/91, arrested after he gave a false name and took flight on foot after he was stopped for a narcotics investigation.
      

Overnight Incidents for August 21, 2010 - August 23, 2010

  • 10-39787 1738 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Carey, Sherri (w/f 3-2-89) and Carey, Nicole (w/f 8-5-87) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $80.99 worth of merchandise from Macys. They were processed and released with NTA’s.
  • 10-39800 2040 hrs Residential Burglary 615 NE 7th Ave
    Between 2020 and 2040 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence and stole $1840 worth of electronics, change, and a dark grey Specialized mountain bicycle. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-39816 2226 hrs Poss Cocaine 1400 S Federal Hwy
    Berdoz, Caroline (w/f 4-5-80) was arrested after she was found to be in possession of .2 grams of cocaine and drug paraphernalia. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-39829 0132 hrs  Warrant Arrest 100 SW 2nd Ave
    McElveen, John (w/m 2-20-60) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-39737 Poss Contraband, 2258 N. Congress Ave., (Friendly’s) 0859hrs. 
    Officers responded to the parking lot to Friendly’s in ref. to a Suspicious Person fumbling around a 2007 Mits. Galant.  Upon arrival Officers encountered David Ehler 5-19-71 with a pill bottle visible in his shirt pocket with (27) 2mg Xanax pills contained within.  It was deduced that the vehicle belonged to Ehler however the pills did not.  Ehler was arrested and charged with Poss of Sched. IV w/o a script and tot PBCJ.
  • 10-39742 Burglary Auto, 138 SW 13th Ave., 0942hrs
    Occurred overnight, unknown suspects entered into victim’s gray 1996 Dodge pickup via. Back bed and removed an orange Husquana Edger ($100). C/S proves negative, Edger entered into N/FCIC.
  • 10-39753 Burglary Auto, 1499 S. Federal Hwy, 1049hrs
    Occurred overnight, unknown suspects entered into victims 1999 Dodge caravan via unlocked rear hatchback and removed a GPS ($250) and a HP Rebel 35 mm Camera and 6 rolls of film ($4000.00). GPS entered N/FCIC.
  • 10-39664 1634 hrs Poss. of Contraband 2102 Tuscany Way 
    Units responded to the above address reference to a possible elderly abuse case (10-39605).  Upon arrival, officers observed two glass pipes and 1.7 grams of marijuana on a table located in the living room.  W/m Sean Irish was arrested, processed and sent to PBCJ.
  • 10-39713 Burglary 222 SE 3rd Street
    John Whaley left his residence at 1730 hrs and returned at 2330 hours to discover that unknown person/s had broke into his home via a back bedroom window.  Approximately $450.00 worth of merchandise had been taken and CSI McKinley processed the scene.
  • 10-39632 Stolen Auto, 815 W.B.B.B.#10206, 1156hrs
    Occurred overnight, unknown suspects stole the victim’s blue ’05 Dodge Durango Fl Tag P404YW. Entered N/FCIC
  • 10-39628 Att. Stolen Auto, 20 Crossings Circle, 1126hrs
    Overnight unknown suspects attempted to steal the victim’s gray ’05 Dodge Durango Fl Tag R421RB. The door lock was punched as was the ignition however suspects were unsuccessful in their efforts to steal the vehicle. C/S proves negative.
  • 10-39626 – Burglary (Cat Type), 3055 Waterside Circle, 1113hrs
    Victim advises between 0100-0500hrs this AM unknown suspects entered his residence via an unlocked sliding door and removed $4680.00 in electronic equipment. C/S responded and processed the scene, no suspect info at this time.
  • 10-39607 – Burglary Auto, 1475 W. Gateway Blvd, 0920hrs
    Victim advises between 2215hrs last night and this AM unknown suspects broke out the window to their red ’05 Chevy Van Fl Tag U818WJ and stole approx $ 2267.00 in property. C/S responded and processed the vehicle, no suspect info at this time.
  • 0-39526 2006 hrs  Retail Theft 850 N Congress Ave
    Hahn, Letitia (w/f 5-30-70) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $70 worth of wine from Total Wine. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-39528 2009 hrs  Grand Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Miller, Ashante (b/f 8-20-81) and Lucky, Barbara (b/f 1-12-64) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $358.95 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. They were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-39588 0234 hrs Warrant Arrest 1200 Old Boynton Rd
    Gerhart, Tyler (w/m 4-20-89) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 20, 2010

  • 10-39357   1825  Burglary Residence 1500 NW 1st Ct.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered the vacant residence through an unsecured rear sliding glass door sometime between 08-18 at 1700 hours and 08-19 at 1600 hours and removed a refrigerator from within. An FPL meter was also removed from the rear of the residence. Total loss is $1000.00.
  • 10-39361   1846 Grand Theft (Shoplifting) 801 N. Congress Ave. (JC Penney)
    W/F, Jessica Farber, 11/13/84; and W/M, Keelan O’Neil, 09/16/84, were arrested after they stole several watches with an approximate total value of $360.00. They fled the store but were later located by police. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-39370   2026 Burglary Residence  1020 SE 3rd St.
    Victim reported that an unknown person kicked in the front of his door between 1930 and 2026 hours and removed his 42” Samsung plasma television, which was valued at approximately $2000.00.
  • 10-39382   2112 Recovered Stolen Auto 2800 High Ridge Rd., (Tri-Rail)
    A white 2002 Ford truck with VIN # 1FTNW21FX2ED29555 was recovered in the parking lot. It was missing the bed and a bumper.
  • 10-39383   2119  D.U.I. Arrest   400 block NE 25th Ave.
    Upon subsequent investigation, W/M, Alexander Uvacik, 07/26/69, was arrested for D.U.I. after he was observed failing to stop for a posted Stop Sign. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-39407   0133 Aggravated Battery Cutting 207 NE 9th Ave.
    Victim reported that he gave a friend known as “Norman” $20 to buy them some beer. Upon return, the friend said the money was stolen from him. The victim accused his friend of lying and was attacked by the friend wielding a broken bottle. Victim sustained a laceration along the left side of his face and was transported to the hospital for treatment. Norman was not located. No further information available for Norman.

Overnight Incidents for August 19, 2010

  • 10-39196 1852 Burglary Residence 123 SE 31st Ave.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered her vacant residence between 08/03 at 0800 hours and 08/18 at 1830 hours by access through the rear sliding glass door.  A GE glass-top stove valued at $450.00 was taken.
  • 10-39227   0018 Poss. Cocaine with Intent 134 NW 10th Ave.
    B/M, Roosevelt Hall, 05/04/71, was arrested for possession of 10 baggies containing approximately 2.0 grams of cocaine. He took flight upon initial contact during an investigation of trespassing. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-39238   0204 Warrant Arrest  111 NE 3rd Ave.
    B/M, Darran Wilson, 01/28/85, was arrested for an outstanding warrant for his arrest reference a misdemeanor Failure To Appear. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-39243   0304  Assault L.E.O. 2 Fenwick Pl.
    W/M, Walter Lucas, 09/08/69, was arrested after becoming enraged when told he could not enter the crime scene at the residence where he was a suspect in an Aggravated Battery that occurred there. He then yelled and charged at a police officer. The officer pushed him back with his hands and Lucas fell backwards. Lucas was additionally charged with Aggravated Battery reference 10-39241. Lucas had struck a victim with a lamp. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 18, 2010

  • 10-39018 1757 hrs  Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 300 NE 15th Ave
    Units responded to a complaint of subjects loitering in the area. Upon arrival officers arrested Patterson, Ernest (b/m 1-27-87) and Gregg, Travis (b/m 3-19-88) for possessing less than 20 grams of marijuana. They were processed and released with NTA’s.
  • 10-39030 1913 hrs  Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 1901 N Congress Ave
    Ziv, Eric (w/m 5-13-91) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 5.7 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-39037 2005 hrs DUI  900 N Congress Ave
    Becker, Brandon (b/m 12-10-85) was pulled over for driving his vehicle erratically. Investigation by Ofc Turco led to the arrest of Becker. Becker submitted two valid samples of his breath (results .208 and .221). He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-39091 0225 hrs Warrant Arrest  214 NW 3rd St
    Bailey, Lauren (w/f 3-15-83) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 17, 2010

  • 10-38861 1830 hrs Warrant Arrest 3001 N Seacrest Blvd
    Fudge, Alton (b/m 1-14-89) was arrested in reference to an outstanding arrest warrant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-38916 0203 hrs  Warrant Arrest  1300 W BBB
    Holleneck, Leonard (w/m 9-29-58) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 14, 2010 - August 16, 2010

  • 10-38702   1718  Burglary Residence Attempt  138 SW 8th Ave.
    Victim reported an unknown person attempted to enter the residence between 1300 and 1700 hours by breaking several jalousie windows to a bedroom with the wooden handle of a sledgehammer. Nothing reported taken.
  • 10-38709 1902  Warrant Arrest 112 NW 5th Ave.
    B/M, Adam Balam, 12/23/81, arrested for an outstanding warrant issued for Grand Theft. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-38659  1038 hrs 1200 Miner Rd Disorderly Intoxication
    W/F Renee Roussonicolos 08/31/66 was arrested for disorderly intoxication and giving a false name. She was issued a NTA and released at Bethesda.
  • 10-38672 1259 hrs  500 NW 11th Ave Possession of Marijuana
    B/M TJ White 12/26/84 was arrested for possession of marijuana under 20 grams. He was issued a NTA on scene.
  • 10-38598   2212  Possession of Oxycodone  600 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    W/M, David Friedman, 12/12/89, was arrested for possession of two Oxycodone pills without a prescription. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-38602   2222 Burglary Residence 2660 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered the residence by breaking a window between 1915 and 2200 hours. $7000.00 in cash was taken from a drawer in the bedroom. The money was to be used to pay company bills.
  • 10-38497   0833 hrs 100 NW 10th Ave Disorderly Intox
    Officers observed B/M McClendon, Douglas angrily pacing around, yelling, clenching his fists, and walking around with his shoulders back and stomach in (as if he was looking to fight with someone). Upon contact with McClendon, officers attempted to determine McClendon’s reason for causing the disturbance. McClendon was belligerent and refused officers’ instruction. In addition, officers could smell a strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage about McClendon’s person. Based on his behavior/condition, McClendon was placed under arrest for one count of Disorderly Intoxication F.S.S. 856.011 and one count of Resisting Arrest without Violence F.S.S. 843.02. McClendon was ultimately TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-38400 2146hrs Burglary to Residence 241 NW 20th Ct
    Victim Michael McKoy reported between 12:00hrs and 16:00hrs someone entered his residence and removed ($300.00) US currency, from his top dresser drawer.  Entry made via a north side door where the screen had been cut and a missing glass pane allowed for someone to reach in and unlock the door.  A neighbor observed three (3) black males loitering suspiciously on victim’s property earlier.
  • 10-38390  1628hrs Burglary Residence 326 Buttonwood Lane
    Victime Quiceno, Martha reported her residence had been burglarized between 1330 and 1620 hrs.  Entry made via pryed lock to the front door.  Taken were a laptop, digital camera and jewelry box containing miscellaneous commercial jewelry missing along with a pillow case.  Total loss $825.
  • 10-38445  2214 hrs Burglary Auto  29 Crossing Cir
    Victim W/M Brock, Jason  05/14/1970 reported between 1900hrs 08/12/10 and 1900hrs this date someone entered his unlocked 2006 beige in color Chevy Trail Blazer FL tag # V747GZ and removed 4 pairs of designer brand sunglasses, 20 CD/s, a black coat and $40 of US coins from the center console.   Total loss $923.00.
  • 10-37915   2233 hrs  Burglary to Residence 104 SE 5th Ave.
    Victim reported an unknown person entered his residence between 1830 and 2230 hours by breaking the sliding glass door window at the rear of the residence. Several items appeared to be rummaged through but nothing was reported missing at this time. No suspect information at this time.
  • 10-38458 2313 hrs Possession of Narcotics 100 New Lake Drive
    w/m Brooks Barganier was arrested for possession of Xanax without a prescription during the investigation of an alarm at the community clubhouse.  He was Tot’d PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 13, 2010

  • 10-38220 1719 hrs GTA Arrest 2200 N Federal Hwy
    Roundtree, Kandrick (b/m 7-9-86) was arrested after the victim observed him driving her stolen vehicle. He was also found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest (BBPD 10-38229). He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-38288 0219 hrs  DUI 1100 NW 4th St
    Subsequent to a traffic stop, Caceres, Jose (w/m 8-16-77) was arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol. He was transported to the BBPD where he refused to provide adequate samples of his breath. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 12, 2010

  • 10-38023 1613 hrs  Burglary Residence 2504 NE 3rd St
    Between 0630 and 1613 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into the residence by smashing a sliding glass door. Once inside they stole two coin banks and a safe containing approximately $3000 in US Currency. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-38027 1722 hrs Strong Arm Robbery  801 N Congress Ave
    Rivers, Tenika (b/f 8-31-86) was arrested for strong arm robbery and battery on a pregnant female after she struck loss prevention in the face. Corbett, Stephanie (b/f 4-26-87) was arrested for grand retail theft for her part in the theft of $386.56 in merchandise from Macy’s. Casseus, Majorie (b/f 5-12-89) was arrested for grand retail theft, resisting a merchant, and possession of marijuana less than 20 gms.  They were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-38055 & 38076 Warrant/ Poss Scheduled Drug w/out RX 801 N Congress Ave
    Caster, Denice (b/f 3-12-72) responded to take custody of the juveniles that were with the females listed in 10-38027. A computer check revealed that she had an outstanding warrant for arrest. Search incident to arrest revealed her to be in possession of a schedule V drug without a prescription. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-38043 1916 hrs  Agg Assault  323 NW 11th Ave
    Bailey, Sherrick (b/m 2-20-90) was arrested for agg assault after threatening to kill the victim with a bat. He was arrested and TOT PBCJ. While on scene, officers also arrested a male juvenile for affray after observing him trying to continue the fight. He was processed and released to family with a juvenile referral.
  • 10-38049 1950 hrs Retail Theft  3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Bearder, William (w/m 3-2-67) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $7.46 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 11, 2010

  • 10-37895 1933 hrs Shooting Occupied Vehicle 410 NW 15th Ave.
    Victims reported that B/M, Patrick McIntosh, 08/23/91 raised a firearm and shot into the vehicle as they were driving by. No injuries to occupants within the vehicle. Evidence recovered from the vehicle. McIntosh was not located.
  • 10-37907 2146 Burglary Auto 971 NW 10th Ct.
    Victim reported she went outside to walk her dog at 2140 hours when she observed a white male run from the passenger side of her Ford F150 and entered a gray vehicle waiting in the roadway. The vehicle then sped away. The victim believes she may have left her doors unlocked. Two 12” Alpine sub-woofers and a Garmin GPS were taken. Total loss is $1,850.00.
  • 10-37915   2233 hrs Burglary to Residence 104 SE 5th Ave.
    Victim reported an unknown person entered his residence between 1830 and 2230 hours by breaking the sliding glass door window at the rear of the residence. Several items appeared to be rummaged through but nothing was reported missing at this time.
  • 10-37930 0237 hrs Burglary to Residence (Attempt) 233 E. Gateway Blvd.
    Officers responded to the residence for an activated alarm. Upon arrival, the discovered that the rear door had evidence of forced entry (broken door dead-bolt lock). The owner advised nothing was missing or disturbed within the residence.

Overnight Incidents for August 10, 2010

  • 10-37745  1819 hrs Burglary Residence  907 S. Seacrest Blvd
    Victim reported an unknown person gained entry to her residence by prying open her bedroom window sometime between 0600 and 1815 hours, and stole her LG 47” television. Total loss is $1,148.00.
  • 10-37756   1945 hrs   Burglary Hotel Room 1601 N. Congress Ave. (Courtyard Marriott)
    Victim reported an unknown person pried open the room door between 1840 and 1935 hours and stole her purse containing her Iphone and miscellaneous items. Total loss is $1,167.00.
  • 10-37772   2146 hrs  Burglary Auto 1775 N. Congress Ave. (24 Hour Fitness)
    Victim reported an unknown person broke the window to his Ford F150 between 2030 and 2130 hours and rummaged through the cab. No items reported missing at this time.
  • 10-37788   2259 hrs   Agg. Assault L.E.O. / Fleeing-Eluding 100 NE 11th Ave
    A silver Oldsmobile with FL tag #383NLM, refused to stop for a traffic stop at the 100 block of NE 11th Ave. The attempt to stop was terminated shortly after. Several minutes later, an officer observed a vehicle driving at a high rate of speed behind him while on I-95. The vehicle then intentionally swerved at the marked police vehicle and continued past. The officer confirmed that the vehicle was the same one that fled earlier. Believing that the vehicle driver committed an Assault on a L.E.O. the officer gave pursuit. The passenger, Charles Brown, 05/21/85, was observed throwing out a clear plastic bag containing suspect marijuana. The vehicle continued to South 7th Ave., Lake Worth, where it became stuck in sand. The occupants fled from the vehicle. Brown was detained shortly after, but the driver eluded capture.  34.9 grams of marijuana was recovered from where it had been thrown. Brown was charged with Tampering with Evidence, Resisting Arrest without Violence, and Felony Possession of Marijuana with Intent.
  • 10-377912325 hrs Burglary Hotel Room (Attempt)  1601 N. Congress Ave. (Courtyard Marriott)
    Victim reported pry mark damage to the room door, which occurred between 2210 and 2335 hours. The damage was consistent with the damage found at the other hotel room burglary, but no entry was gained.

Overnight Incidents for August 7, 2010 - August 9, 2010

  • 10-37607 1847 hrs Trespass After Warning 143 NE 9th Ave
    Johnson, Crystal (b/f 1-17-89) was arrested after she was found to be on the above property after having been warned against trespassing in the past. She was processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-37543 – Burglary Auto, 1058 SW 23rd Ave, 0723hrs
    From 1730 hrs yesterday until this AM unknown suspects entered the victim’s possibly unsecured ’07 Jeep Liberty Fl Tag K001GC and stole their GPS and an inverter. Total loss est at $225.00
  • 10-37551 – DWLS/Possession of Narcotics Arrest, 0902hrs
    W/M Armando Quintana DOB 10-30-90 was arrested for DWLS after a traffic stop was conducted for running two stop signs. A subsequent search revealed he was in possession of 7.1 gms of marijuana. NTA and citations issued.
  • 10-37569 – Delayed Burglary Residence(shed), 2548 SW 10th St, 1218hrs  
    between 08-01-10 and this AM unknown suspects entered the victims shed in their backyard and stole $1300.00 in lawn equipment. C/S proved negative.
  • 10-37461 1814 hrs Simple Battery 1001 N Congress Ave
    Blankfield, Paul (w/m 4-13-74) was dining at the Olive Garden when he began complaining about the noise generated by the children at another table. Blankfield confronted the father of those children and ultimately charged at, and punched him in the neck. Blankfield advised that he did this because the victim had not kept his autistic child quiet and it had disturbed his dining experience. Blankfield was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-37471 1908 hrs Battery/ Petit Theft100 NE 16th Ct
    Williams, Carlisha (b/f 2-19-91) was arrested in reference to the above charges after she was found to have battered the victim and stolen the victim’s phone and US currency. She was processed and TOT PBCJ. Williams was additionally charged with crimes related to BBPD #10-37287 from 8-6-10.
  • 10-37479 1956 hrs Poss Sched IV w/out RX  748 Manatee Bay Dr
    Rodriguez, Joel (w/m 9-20-73) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of generic Xanax pills. He was transported to Bethesda in reference to medical treatment for a possible overdose. He was ultimately processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-37385 – Warrant Arrest, 72 Kingfisher Way, 0825hrs  
    W/M Robert Aronson DOB 11-30-46, Grand Theft $100,000.00 bond. Processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-37391 – Delayed Burglary Residence, 100 Sunset Blvd, 0946hrs
    Between 1400hrs on the 5th until 0300hrs on the 6th unknown suspects entered the victim’s residence, possibly via an unsecured bedroom window, and stole approx. $487.00 in speakers and amplifiers.

Overnight Inidents for August 6, 2010

  • 10-37121 1949 hrs Warrant Arrest Adult  801 N. Congress Ave. B/M, Rootchel Hyppolite, 06/04/90, arrested for an outstanding warrant reference F.T.A. Traffic Violation. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10- 37156 2138 hrs Burglary Auto 2800 High Ridge Rd., (Tri-Rail)
    Victim’s Chevy Tracker was burglarized between 1845 and 2130 hours. The soft-top plastic rear window was cut open and contents within were rifled through. Some items within were damaged. Estimated loss is $550.00.
  • 10-37152 2221 hrs Warrant Arrest Adult 600 NE 10th Ave.
    B/M, Tracy Bradley, 05/23/91, arrested for an outstanding warrant reference F.T.A. Exposure of Sexual Organ and Theft. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 5, 2010

  • 10- 36925 1620 hrs Stolen Auto 801 N. Congress Ave., (BB Mall) 1995 Red Honda Accord with FL tag # Q625IB reported stolen from parking lot between 1530 hours and 1621 hours.
  • 10-36960 1959 hrs Aggravated Assault Firearm  201 SW 11th Ave.
    B/M, Camson Germain, 06/16/92, was arrested along with a juvenile friend, after investigation revealed they went to the residence to fight a subject that was no longer on the property. While attempting to locate the subject of interest, the juvenile displayed a firearm concealed in his waistline. Germain attempted to grab the weapon several times while demanding the person produce himself. The resident was in fear of both subjects and called the police. The two were located nearby and they took flight upon police arrival. Germain was immediately taken into custody, while the juvenile ran to his residence. The juvenile was later detained at his residence with the cooperation of his parent. A loaded Colt .32 was located hidden in the juvenile’s room along with several pills of MDMA. The juvenile was TOT JAC. Germain was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-36968  2100 hrs Burglary Auto 3111 S. Congress Ave. (Congress Park)
    Victim reported his vehicle (2003 Nissan Altima) broken into between 1800 and 2100 hours. A belt and pants were taken. One window shattered. Total loss is $400.00.
  • 10-36992 2313 hrs Burglary Residence 113 SE 12th Ave.
    Victim reported his residence was broken into between 2200 and 2300 hours by breaking the rear sliding glass door. Several pieces of jewelry were taken along with a Springfield .45 handgun. Total loss is $3040.00.

Overnight Incidents for August 4, 2010

  • 10-36798  2002 hrs  Traffic Arrest  Miner Road/North Seacrest Ave
    B/m Bryant Newman was arrested when it was learned that he had a suspended D/L and order to seize the tag of the vehicle during a traffic stop.  Bryant was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-36811  2104 hrs shoplifting 801 N Congress Ave
    W/F’s Kama and Mara Holtzman were arrested when they were observed stealing $272.00 of merchandise.  Mara was processed and issued an NTA.  Kama was additionally charged with 4 counts possession of Schedule II narcotics, one count possession of Schedule IV narcotics and one count possession of marijuana under 20 grams.  Kama was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for August 3, 2010

  • 10-36644 2204 hrs  Poss Cocaine 100 W MLK
    Bryant, Rakim (b/m 6-15-92) was found to be in possession of .4 gms of crack cocaine. He was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-36653 2311 hrs Burglary Residence 1720 Stonehaven Dr
    Between 1500 and 2300 hours, suspect(s) unknown broke into the victim’s residence. Stolen was two laptop computers, having a total value of $200. Crime scene was negative.
      

Overnight Incidents for July 31, 2010 - August 2, 2010

  • 10- 36470 1657 hrs  Burglary Auto 225 NW 12th Ave. (Carolyn Sims Park)
    Unknown person broke into a 2007 Toyota Tundra between 1515 hours and 1600 hours, removing a cell phone and wallet. Total loss is $220.00
  • 10-36475 1657 hrs Burglary Auto 225 NW 12th Ave. (Carolyn Sims Park)
    Unknown person broke into a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado between 1515 hours and 1600 hours, removing a cell phone and wallet. Total loss is $258.00.
  • 10-36521 2338 hrs Trespassing/RA Without Delray PBA Range (1025 Mission Hill Rd.)
    W/M, Antonio Liguori, 12/24/91, was arrested along with two juvenile friends after they trespassed onto the property of the Delray PBA K-9 Range by climbing over the fence and loitering on the property. The subjects were under surveillance by police as they returned to the fence and were about to climb back over when they noticed police waiting. Subjects took flight but were caught after a short foot pursuit. Buildings within were secure.
  • 10-36409 0756 hrs 306 N. Congress Trespass Arrest
    B/M Donald Willie 03/13/64 was arrested for trespass after warning at Starbuck’s. He was issued a NTA on-scene.
  • 10-36412 0859 hrs 2000 Corporate Dr Trespass Arrest
    W/M Rodney Stebbins 01/29/53 and W/M Ulysses Wheeler 10/15/57 were arrested for trespass after warning after being located in the woods behind Lowe’s. They were TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-36418 0947 hrs 2360 N. Federal Hwy Open Container 
    W/M Ricky Bates 03/11/58 was arrested for open container (COV) after he was observed drinking beer in front of the Shell gas station. He was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-36424 1020 hrs 2111 Mahogany Dr Stolen Motorcycle
    Occurred overnight- Silver/Red 2006 Suzuki Hayabusa (FL-55159J) stolen from a walkway between apartments in La Costa. N/FCIC entry completed.
  • 10-36263 0725 hrs High ridge Rd/Miner Rd DUI
    W/M Alan Murray 11/8/83 was found semi-conscious behind the wheel of his Ford Explorer. He was subsequently arrested for DUI and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-36281 1023 hrs 123 SW 13th Ave Burglary Residence
    Occurred overnight- A Generac GP 17500 generator ($2500.00) was taken from the victim’s fenced backyard. No serial number or crime scene.
  • 10-36300 1200 hrs 233 SW 7th Ave Burglary Residence  
    Occurred overnight- Two Trek bicycles ($900.00) were stolen from the victim’s enclosed front porch after the locks/cables were cut. C.S. was negative and no serial numbers were available.
  • 10-36298 1221 hrs 2901 S. Greenleaf Cir Burglary Auto
    B/F Ashley Banks 4/27/80 was arrested for attempting to burglarize a vehicle, possession of narcotics W/O a prescription and simple assault. She was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-36166 1629 hrs Burglary Auto 4798 N. Congress Ave  
    Between 1610 to 1620 hrs on 07/30/10 an unknown black male entered her unsecured black 2009 Mercedes Benz and removed her Gucci purse containing multiple items. Victim observed the black male holding her purse then entering a gray in color Mercedes Benz located near pump 11 and fleeing east bound on Hypoluxo Rd. Total loss of $1,675.00. Surveillance tape collected crime scene negative.
  • 10-36210 2101 hrs Burglary Attempt 3035 Pinetree Ln
    Victim advised a black male attempted to break into her residence by breaking the window to the south bedroom. When the victim yelled she observed a black male wearing green shirt and light pants run south bound. Victim was unable to identify the suspects face. Total loss $100.00. Crime responded with negative results.

Overnight Incidents for July 30, 2010

  • 10-36052 2101hours  Strong Arm Robbery 635 Riviera Drive
    Victim reported a b/m suspect  grabbed him from behind and after a striking the victim took a briefcase containing a laptop.  Suspect fled on a bike.
  • 10-36070 2346hours Warrant Arrest 2301 S. Congress Ave
    Officers located w/f Theresa Haynes who was arrested for FTA-NO DL (tot PBCJ)

Overnight Incidents for July 29, 2010

  • 10-035839 1553 hrs Resisting Arrest W/O 525 NW 13th Ave 
    B/M Carl Johnson was arrested for obstruction, while officers were on scene investigating the assault of a juvenile.
  • 10-035879 2024 hrs DUI 3600 S Congress Ave
    W/M Mikus, Nicholas 09/29/73 was arrested at the scene of a traffic accident and charged with DUI.

Overnight Incidents for July 28, 2010 

  • 10-35743  2127 hrs D.U.I. / Possession Narcotics 701 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. (Wendy’s)W/M, Anthony Pagliarella, 02/12,78, was arrested for D.U.I. after a traffic crash investigation. Pagliarella had been found hiding in a Wendy’s restaurant bathroom, where it was discovered he was also in possession of syringes and Oxycodone. TOT PBCJ after medical clearance at Bethesda Hospital.
  • 10-35755 2330 hrs Burglary Residence 124 SE 5th Ave.Victim reported that an unknown person entered the residence between 1900 and 2300 hours by breaking the glass of the rear door. A laptop and $300.00 were taken. Total estimated loss is $1300.00. 
  • 10-35760 2337 hrs Improper Display of Firearm 1333 N. Congress Ave., (Bru’s Room)W/F, Kimberly Clark, 10/02/74, was arrested after management observed her inside the establishment drinking alcoholic beverages with a firearm (Bersa .380) tucked into the waistband of her belt. The firearm was observed in plain view by responding officers and she was subsequently taken into custody. Clark did have a concealed license permit. TOT PBCJ. 

Overnight Incidents for July 27, 2010

  • 10-35573 1910 hrs Stolen Auto 658 Manatee Bay Dr
    Between the hours of 0645 to 1900 hours on 07/26/10 an unknown person(s) stole a silver 2004 Buick Rendezvous FL tag I484FG from the parking lot. No signs of forced entry and no suspect information. The vehicle was entered into FCIC/NCIC. 
  • 10-35607 2315 hrs Burglary to Residence 221 NE 16th AveUnknown suspect(s) entered the residence via sliding glass door. Once inside, the suspect(s) entered the bedrooms ransacking the dressers and closets. It’s unknown if anything was stolen at this time. There were no signs of forced entry. Crime scene was negative. 

Overnight Incidents for July 23, 2010 - July 26, 2010

  • 10-35407 1735 hrs Refuse to Sign Citation 1919 N Seacrest Blvd
    After being stopped for multiple motor vehicle violations, Davis, Keshia (b/f 7-21-73) refused to sign her citations. After multiple explanations and opportunities, she continued to refuse to sign. She was additionally charged with failing to sign the citations and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-35409 1757 hrs Criminal Mischief 801 N Congress Ave
    Units responded to the mall in reference to a reported vandalism to a motor vehicle. Upon arrival it was determined that the vehicle had been shot multiple times with a BB gun. Later in the shift we received two additional calls in reference to a 4 dr white Pontiac, occupied by three white males, shooting at other vehicles with a BB gun (BBPD 10-35438 & 10-35439). Units bolo’d for the vehicle with negative results.
  • 10-35423 2014 hrs Operating Veh w/ Revoked License 850 W Gateway Blvd
    Laster, Bruce (b/m 2-21-74) was arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-35431 2054 hrs Warrant Arrest 135 SE 26th Ave
    Harris, Torris (b/m 5-4-71) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-35285 1830 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Small, Latoya (b/f 3-29-86) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $129 worth of merchandise from Sears. She was processed and released with a NTA. 
  • 10-35308 2002 hrs R/A w/out Violence (Obstruction) 3001 N Seacrest Blvd
    Units responded to the above location in reference to reports of a large crowd and fights. While investigating the disturbance the following people were arrested for obstruction: Clippinger, Kristen (w/f 3-18-91), Berry, Briana (b/f 11-3-90), Saint Fleur, Edtson (b/m 9-12-88), and Bernard, Marquell (b/m 11-16-87). They were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-35317 2120 hrs R/A w/out Violence (Obstruction) 3001 N Seacrest Blvd
    Also arrested as a delayed result of the above disturbance were: Lubin, Jeff (b/m 4-15-87) and Buteau, Georges (b/m 9-22-82). They were processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-35330 2255 hrs R/A w/out Violence (Obstruction) 1333 N Congress Ave
    McMillan, James (w/m 12-7-62) was arrested after refusing to follow officers’ lawful orders while investigation his actions at the Bru’s Room. He was processed and released with a NTA. 
  • 10-35076 1738 hrs Burglary Residence 740 SW 1st Ct
    Between 0730 and 1710 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence through a rear window and stole multiple electronic items. Total loss is estimated at $1857. Crime scene and neighbor canvas were negative. 
  • 10-35124 2204 hrs Flee & Elude, Evidence Tampering 100 W Woolbright Rd
    Samuel, Semmie (b/m 6-4-78) was arrested after he failed to stop for officers and began throwing items from his vehicle. He ultimately stopped in the 100 block of W Woolbright Rd, where a plastic bag was recovered with the lower half of the bag having been chewed off and swallowed. Samuel was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-35125 2210 hrs Theft of Service 1708 NE 4th St
    Falcone, Richard (w/m 7-24-34) was arrested after he failed to pay the $22.75 he owed for his cab fare. He was processed and released with a NTA. 
  • 10-35147 2353 hrs Defraud Inn Keeper, Agg Assault w/ Motor Veh 1333 N Congress Ave
    Thomas, Lisa (w/f 4-22-81) and Boddie, John (b/m 2-26-85) were arrested after they ran out on their $36.22 bar tab. Boddie was additionally charged with Agg Assault after he attempted to strike the waitress with his vehicle while fleeing the area. They were arrested and processed. 
  • 10-35159 0103 hrs Poss Cocaine 802 New Lake DrOfficers responded to investigate a suspicious vehicle. Upon arrival they located Stanley, Mark (b/m 6-9-66) and Herrera, Hector (w/m 10-5-58) sitting in the vehicle. Investigation revealed that both men were in possession of cocaine. They were arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ 

Overnight Incidents for July 22, 2010

  • 10-34713 1754 hrs Scheme to Defraud 1901 N. Congress Ave
    Officers responded to 1901 N Congress Ave (Kohl’s) in reference to a shoplifter in custody.  Security stated subject W/M Shels, Nicholas (DOB 04/05/92) selected multiple shirts and jeans from the men's department of the store and proceeded to the customer service counter where he returned the two shirts and jeans for store credit. Shels then proceeded to the front of the store towards the exit where security stopped him.  Shels admitted that he planned on selling the credit card to a local check cashing store located at the NW corner of Boynton Beach Blvd and Congress Ave that is known to buy merchandise credit cards at a discounted price.  Shels was TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-34719 1828 hrs Aggravated Assault 1901 N. Congress Ave
    Officers responded to Kohl’s where loss prevention officer from Kohl’s had chased a W/M Christopher, Whaley DOB: 02/12/83 shoplifter across the street north into the La Costa neighborhood where the suspect pulled a knife on the loss prevention officer and threatened to stab him. Officers located the suspect and discovered and additional suspect W/F Skinner, Jessica DOB: 07/23/76 who contributed to the theft. Christopher admitted to the crime in order to support his drug problem. Both parties were TOT to PBCJ. 
  • 10-34724 1918 hrs Simple Battery 3043 Waterside Cir
    Neighbor’s got into a physical confrontation over their dogs fighting. One neighbor kicked the other in the leg and started using foul language. The victim signed a refusal to prosecute form. Both parties proceeded back to their residence. 

Overnight Incidents for July 21, 2010

 

  • 10-34550 Burglary 172 SE 30th Ave
    Victim advised that she left on 07-17-10 and returned today at 1515 hrs to find that $5048.00 worth of misc. items had been removed from her home.  The unknown person/s entered either through a doggie door or bedroom that an A/C was located.  No latent prints were located.  
  • 10-34562 1816 hrs Possession of controlled substance 801 N. Congress Ave
    W/M Louis Tormoehlen was reported by mall security as possibly being drunk in the playground area of the mall.  When officers approached the subject he seemed to be very jittery and sweating profusely.  When questioned if he was on anything he stated that he was in possession of “oxy’s”.  After being arrested the subject was also found to be in possession of paraphernalia as well.  Subject was arrested, processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-34569 1848 hrs Aggravated Battery 2815 South Seacrest Blvd
    Victim (nurse) advised that B/M Timothy Garvin threw an empty 8oz can at her while he was there being treated.  Charges will be filed with the S/A office. 
  • 10-34583 attempted Burglary to Auto 801 N. Congress Ave
    Victim advised that she parked her vehicle at 1840 hrs near east main entrance and when she returned at 1850 hrs she saw a black male reaching through her now broken window.  Upon sight of the victim the male yelled at her that she should call the police and fled the area in a beat up blue sedan.  Nothing was missing from the vehicle. 
  • 10-34601 2141 hrs Shoplifting 1729 N. Congress Ave
    Two black females Auchile Camille and Guerline were both arrested when they stole items valued at $64.95.  Both were transported to BBPD where they were processed and given an NTA. 


Overnight Incidents for July 20, 2010

 

  • 10-034407 1604 Hrs Burglary Business 1060 W Industrial Ave
    Between 06/07/10 and 06/26/10, an unknown suspect(s) entered the fenced compound surrounding the business and removed 20, 10 foot, 2.063 diameters, 65 pound drill rods valued at $214 each. The property is equipped with surveillance equipment; however, the camera which covers the northeast portion of the property was inoperable at the time of the theft.
  • 10-034414 1640 Hrs Burglary Residence Attempted 89 Buxton Ln
    Victim noticed a small piece of the wooden door frame broken away near the dead bolt. It appears unknown suspects used a sharp metal object, such as a screwdriver, to chip away at the wood near the dead bolt, possibly in an attempt to gain entry to the residence.
  • 10-034449 2146 Hrs Burglary Auto 2831 North Seacrest Blvd
    Victim stated sometime between 2030 hours and 2100 hours on this date, the passenger window on his truck was smashed and his Garmin Nuvi 200 GPS (value $130, unk serial #) was taken.
  • 10-034448 2145 Hrs Susp Incident 219 Live Oak Ln
    Victim observed a white male standing in front of 220 Live Oak Lane (approximately 15 feet from her front gate) whom began to stair at her. Victim thought this was weird because the man was not wearing a shirt and had red face paint on both cheeks and a cross on his fore head. The man then walked westbound until she lost sight of him. Units checked area with negative results.

Overnight Incidents for July 17, 2010 - July 19, 2010

  • 10-34255  1726 hrs Theft of Utilities (petit) 306 SW 7th St
    Cervola III, Louis DOB: 03/17/81 was arrested for stealing water from the city. Cervola III had a black hose attached to the City of Boynton Beach water line that led to his residence. Cervola III was arrested after admitting the theft and was release from the station with a N.T.A. Total approx. loss of $150.00.
  • 10-34271 2024 hrs Aggravated Battery 522 NW 10th Ave
    Units responded in reference to a fight in progress involving pepper spray. B/F Kelley, Samartha 07/27/1989 advised that she was involved in an argument with B/F Rolle, Xylona 11/21/1987 over an ex-boyfriend in Lake Worth.  Kelley stated that the argument escalated when Rolle struck her in the face with a closed fist (punch). Parties suddenly dispersed once an unknown person(s) in the crowd spayed pepper spray. Kelley refused medical attention and BBFD responded treating and medically clearing Rolle.  Kelley was trespassed from the scene (BBPD #10-34277). Both parties signed refusal forms and left without incident.
  • 10-34301 2327 hrs  Possession of Marijuana Under 20 Grams  2800 S. Federal Hwy
    During a traffic stop W/M Cornelius, Christopher DOB: 04/25/82 was arrested for possession of marijuana. During the traffic stop officers observed a baggy of Marijuana in plain view, on the front passenger seat. Cornelius was issued and N.T.A. along with citations. The Marijuana (.4 grams) was placed into evidence.
  • 10-34209 1119 hrs  909 N. Seacrest Blvd Criminal Mischief
    The owner of Sims Barber Shop advised that the north facing window of the business had been shattered with a brick sometime during the night (approx. $200.00 damage). Entry was not made.
  • 10-34210 1137 hrs 200 N. Seacrest Blvd Poss. Marijuana
    W/F Robin Mroczkowski 02/17/81 was arrested for possession of marijuana under twenty grams and a warrant, subsequent to a traffic stop. She was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-34212 1211 hrs 2821 S. Seacrest Blvd Transit Fare Evasion
    W/F Kristin Hershey 05/08/73 was arrested for transit fare evasion ($10.00 cab fare) and an outstanding FTA warrant. She was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-34126 1901 hrs Warrant 801 N. Congress Ave
    B/M Reid, Calvon 09/14/75 was arrested for shoplifting case # 10-34114. A record’s check revealed an outstanding warrant for VOP (Possession of Cocaine) out of BSO, warrant # BSO-09020645 CF10A). Calvon was taken to PBCJ.
  • 10-34156  0021 hrs Theft of Services1007 SW 27th Pl
    Pop-A-Lock employee w/m Richard Gerweek DOB: 05/26/1963 advised that he received a call for service at the above listed address for a red, Dodge Magnum, unknown tag. The caller gave the name of Carl Branten from a phone number of 561-727-5817. He met with a black male he assumed was Branten. When Gerweek asked for his I.D. the male stated that his I.D. and money were locked inside the car. After unlocking the door the male jumped into the car, locking the door behind him and sped across the yard north bound. The residents of 1007 SW 27th Pl advised they were unaware of anyone parked in their driveway. A check of the area was negative. Total loss $85.00.
  • 10-34034 0920 hrs 1601 N Congress auto burglary
    Between 1600 hrs and 0830 unknown persons broke in to a Toyota Sienna via the keys which were left at the front desk of the hotel.
  • 10-34043 1023 hrs Congress/Old Boynton improper display of a firearm
    Officer Williams arrested W/M Person, Clayton 9-27-82 after he displayed a gun to  the victim during a road rage incident. TOT PBCJ
  • 10-33938 2115 hrs Warrant 200 S. Seacrest Blvd
    B/M Clemmons, Jerome DOB: 06/05/70 was arrested for an outstanding FTA Misdemeanor Warrant out of PBSO, warrant # 10-000213. Clemmons was taken to PBCJ.
  • 10-33964 2336 hrs Burglary to Auto13206 Mahogany Bay Dr
    Units responded in reference to a complainant calling in a vehicle being parked in the lot with smashed out windows. When making contact with the victim he stated on 07/16/10 at approximately 20:00 hours he parked his Gold in color Chevy Taho bearing FL tag 329WYC in the parking lot of La Costa, and went inside his residence.  Lorenzo did not know his vehicle was burglarized until the police came in contact with him on this date at approximately 23:36 hours.  Taken was a black wallet from the center console. Crime was negative. No suspect information. Total loss $210.00.

Overnight Incidents for July 16, 2010

  • 10-33682 Burglary 1000 SE 1st Street
    Victim advised that sometime between July 2 and July 5th unknown person/s entered into his fenced area removed $1690.00 worth of property.  Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-33702 Burglary 111 SE 11th Ave
    Victim advised that sometime between 2000 hrs (July 14th) and 1700 hrs today he noticed the lock from his shed located in his back yard missing.  Upon entering the shed he found that unknown person/s entered his shed and removed $3950.00 worth of his equipment.  Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-33739  2137hrs  COV  200 NE 10th Ave
    B/M Tory Orr was arrested when he was found to be hanging out on a city fixture waving down cars and approaching the vehicles that stopped.  After being warned he was arrested and released with an NTA.
  • 10-33741 Burglary 6 Southern Cross Lane
    Victim advised that between 1200 hrs and 1515 hrs unknown person/s entered into his apartment and stole several prescription drugs.  There were no signs of forced entry and the doors were locked upon his return.  The victim believes it might be a maintenance worker for the complex. There was no cost assigned to the medication due to him getting it for free through the VA.  Crime scene proved negative.

Overnight Incidents for July 15, 2010

  • 10-33589 2350 hrs Poss Sched II w/out RX 200 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Subsequent to a traffic stop, Mansfield, Terrell (b/m 9-1-87) was arrested for possession of a schedule II narcotic without a prescription and possession of 3.7 grams of marijuana. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for July 14, 2010

  • 10-33365 1845 hrs Shoplifting 650 N Congress Avenue
    W/M Donald R Smith DOB 09-30-59 was arrested after he was caught stealing $86.45 worth of merchandise from Super Target.  Smith was processed and released with a NTA.

Overnight Incidents for July 13, 2010

  • 10-33151 1701 hrs Burglary (residence)  640 Dimick Road
    Victim stated that between 1300 hrs and 1630 hrs unknown person(s) entered her residence by climbing in an unsecured window.  Taken from the residence was a black wallet ($100.00) which contained an American Express card.
  • 10-33209 2304 hrs Possession of Contraband 1561 Stonehaven Drive
    B/M Demetrius Darrisaw DOB 05-02-91 was arrested after officers observed him drop a clear plastic bag on the ground and then kick it under a car.  Officers retrieved the plastic bag which contained eight (8) 1 x 1 plastic bags of marijuana (17.9 grams). Darrisaw was processed and sent to county jail charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell.  Officers were conducting a suspicious person investigation.
  • 10-33216 2342 hrs CCF 1561 Stonehaven Drive
    B/M Tommy W Hayes DOB 11-0-90 was arrested after officers found him sitting in a black ’04 Kia.  In plain view in his possession was a 1 x 1 clear plastic bag of marijuana.  Search incident to arrest located a Jimenez Firearms .380 caliber handgun between the center console and seat.  Hayes was sent to county jail charged with CCF and possession of marijuana <20 grams.

Overnight Incidents for July 10, 2010 - July 12, 2010

  • 10-32987 1717 hrs Disorderly Intoxication 413 NW 7th St
    Herbig, Robert (w/m 7-22-57) was arrested for disorderly intoxication after he was found in the roadway screaming causing such a disturbance that, residents in the area responded to the scene to determine the source of the disturbance. Herbig was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-33017 2052 hrs  DWLS 3000 N Congress Ave
    Arterburn-Bedenbaugh, Patricia (w/f 10-20-85) was arrested after she was found to be operating a vehicle with a suspended license. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-33027 2208 hrs DWLS 1600 N Congress Ave
    Pinkney, Sean (b/m 4-3-79) was arrested after he was found to be operating a vehicle with a suspended license. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-33028 2210 hrs  DWLS 2300 S Congress Ave
    Veen, Mark (w/m 10-27-55) was arrested after he was found to be operating a vehicle with a revoked license. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-33035 2344 hrs Obstruction/Possession of Marijuana 400 block E Gateway Blvd
    B/M Thomas Byrd was arrested when he refused to obey instructions given by officers during a traffic stop.  Byrd, a passenger of the vehicle, was asked to keep his hands in view of the officers due to the lighting condition of both the street and the inside of the vehicle.  After he refused and was belligerent to the officers he arrested and subsequently was found to be in possession of marijuana.  He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-33044 0134 hrs Burglary to Conveyance 101 Leisure Lake Circle
    B/M Livingston George Giscombe was arrested when he attempted to burglarize a vehicle parked at the above address.  Livingston tried to steal parts from a vehicle by opening the hood but was foiled by the vehicles alarm system.  Livingston retreated to his vehicle parked only two spaces away and watched as the victim turned off her alarm and return to her apartment.  The victim while out at vehicle noticed the hood ajar and called police.  When police arrived she advised them of the condition of her hood and that there was an unauthorized vehicle parked in the lot.  Officers approached the vehicle to find Livingston attempting to conceal himself by crouching down.  Livingston, post Miranda, admitted what he was attempting to do and was subsequently arrested, processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-32923 Burglary Business, Prime Catch, 700 SE 15th Ave, 0545hrs  
    Between 0001-0330hrs unknown suspects attempted to burglarize the downstairs office of the business. A 2x2 hole was cut in the drywall next to the office door and the door’s window was broken out. Manager advises nothing was taken. A check of the exterior shows no sign of forced entry to the business. No alarms activated prior to the manager calling it in. Appears as if unknown persons possibly remained in the business after closing. Crime scene conducted by responding officers proves negative.
  • 10-32942  Burglary Auto, Theft of Firearm,1025 Mission Hill Rd, 1026hrs
    Between 0900-1026hrs unknown suspects broke the window on the victim’s ’04 Dodge Dakota PK Fl Tag K210PV and stole their security duty issued gun belt containing one loaded 38 cal. Smith and Wesson revolver model 64 and two speed loaders from the front seat (entered N/FCIC). C/S for latents proves negative however there may be surveillance video as cameras were located on the scene. Unable to contact rep at this time with follow up to be conducted by investigating officer.
  • 10-32829 1741 hrs   Manufacture Paraphernalia/ Tamper Evidence 3639 Newport Ave
    Wilbur, Julian (w/m 4-3-88) was arrested after officers located a large tote container that Wilbur had modified into a marijuana grow box. Through their investigation they also learned that Wilbur had ingested the marijuana to prevent its being seized. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-32863 2022 hrs Soliciting w/out Permit 1540 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Christo, Marcello (w/m 9-7-86), Christo, Brandin (w/m 11-4-87), and Siganoff, Johnny (w/m 7-12-85) were arrested after they solicited subjects in the BJ’s parking without a permit. Christo, Brandin was also found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest (BBPD 10-32874). They were arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-32864 2031 hrs Poss Scheduled Drug w/out RX 2600 S Seacrest Blvd
    Units responded in reference to a subject staggering into traffic and nearly being struck by a vehicle. As a result of the investigation Coates, Brian (w/m 3-5-54) was arrested for possession of Oxycodone, Xanax, and Klonopin without a prescription. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-32884 2247 hrs Poss Scheduled Drug w/out RX 100 Miner Rd
    As a result of a traffic stop officers arrested Brummer, Michael (w/m 8-21-88) for possession of a schedule II drug without a prescription and possession of paraphernalia. Jean-Pierre, Nelens (b/m 7-18-87) was arrested for providing officers with a false name. He was also found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest (BBPD 10-32898). Krupp, Lily (w/f 4-30-89) was arrested for possession of a schedule II drug without a prescription and possession of paraphernalia.
  • 10-32756 Burglary Auto, 1719 Boynton Bay Ct, 0723hrs
    Overnight unknown suspects entered the victim’s unsecured Ford Contour Fl Tag N286EK, rummaged through their glove box and left without taking anything. C/S negative and victim educated on safety protocols.
  • 10-32782 Trespass Arrest, 518 NW 12th Ave, 1051hrs
    B/M Eddie Rolle DOB 11-16-63 previously trespassed form this address. NTA issued.

Overnight Incidents for July 9, 2010

  • 10-32474 1648 hrs Warrant Arrest 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd
    B/F Peak, Tierra DOB: 05/06/86 arrived at the police station to turn herself in for PBSO warrant # 07-016372 CFAXX for Organized Scheme to Defraud. Peak was later taken to PBCJ.
  • 10-32481 1711 hrs  Burglary to Auto 2800 High Ridge Road
    Victim stated between 07/08/10 0645 hours to 07/08/10 1643 hours her 1999 Chevy Lumina Fl tag JO4PXU had been burglarized. The vehicle was parked on the northwest end of the parking lot. Point of entry was the driver side door where the lock was punched out. Stolen were 4 cases of soda, car radio. Total loss of $750.00 Crime scene was negative. No surveillance on property. No suspect information.
  • 10-32500 2118 hrs Resisting W/O Violence 580 E. Woolbright Rd
    W/M Scott, Allen DOB: 07/07/62 was arrested after having an open container of alcohol and causing a disturbance across the street from Sunshine Square Plaza. Allen began to resist officer’s attempts to place him in custody by snatching his hand away and trying to walk away. Scott was arrested and charged for the open container and resisting W/O. He was later taken to PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for July 8, 2010

  • 10-32344 2346 hrs Possession of Contraband 500 NE 1st Street
    B/M Laughton C Connor DOB 02-20-90 was arrested for possessing 11.5 grams of marijuana following a traffic stop.  A records check revealed that Connor also had an outstanding traffic warrant (case #10-32369).  Connor was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-32346 2347 hrs Warrant Arrest 2431 N Seacrest Blvd
    W/M Steven M Alvarez DOB 08-17-89 was found to have an outstanding misdemeanor warrant following a theft investigation.  Alvarez was processed and sent to county jail.

Overnight Incidents for July 7, 2010

  • 10-32129 1926 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 gms Miner Rd at Ocean Parkway
    Derose, Luckens (b/m 1-21-92) was arrested for operating a vehicle without a license. Search incident to arrest, Derose was found to be in possession of 1.6 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-32193 0123 hrs Warrant/ Giving False Name 2400 S Federal Hwy
    Cargill, Liberty (w/f 5-11-72) was arrested after giving a false name. She was also found to have an outstanding warrant for her arrest (BBPD 10-32205). She was processed and TOT PBCJ 

 
Overnight Incidents for July 2, 2010 - July 6, 2010

  • 10-31920  1556 hrs  Shoplifting  801 N. Congress Ave (JC Penny)
    B/M Sherman Cooley Jr. was arrested after stealing $20.00 worth of merchandise from the above address.  He was processed and issued an NTA.
  • 10-31927  1634 hrs    Shoplifting    1500 Corporate Drive (Home Depot)
    W/M Ralph Baker was caught stealing $71.97 of merchandise from the above address.  He was processed and given an NTA.
  • 10-31995  2342 hrs   Aggravated Battery  Sandalwood/ Buttonwood intersection
    W/M Juan Ramirez Avila was arrested after he intentionally struck w/m Jonathan Cardona in the face with an unknown object causing a 1-1 ½ inch laceration to Cardona’s nose.  Apparently the two were arguing over someone that Avila had sex with recently.  A report was taken by Atlantis PD as well due to a possibility of Avila showing up at Cardona’s work.  Avila was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-31834 2359 hrs Burglary (residence) 1508 SW 9th Avenue
    Victim stated that between 1500 hrs and 2330 hrs unknown person(s) entered his residence via an unsecured rear sliding glass door.  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole 45 assorted DVD’s ($900.00) and 2 unknown make/model cell phones ($600.00).
  • 10-31858 – Burglary Business, 2610 N. Federal Hwy (Crystal Gardens) 0500hrs
    Ofc’s respond to an alarm activation and find the front glass door to the business broken out. A perimeter was established and the rear door was also found to have been tampered with. The business was cleared and a rep responded advising nothing appeared to be missing. $1500.00 in damages to the building, C/S negative.
  • 10-31879 – Burglary Auto, 1206 SW 1st St, 1000hrs
    Overnight unknown suspects broke the passenger side window of the victim’s ’00 White Dodge pickup Fl Tag H076TB and stole a “Stihl” brand chain saw. Total in loss and damage est. at $ 700.00, C/S negative.
  • 10-31897 – Burglary Auto, 3012 Greenwood Ln, 1130hrs
    Occurred within a half an hour of parking their car in front of their residence. Victim advises they left their 98 Volvo unsecured with the windows down when unknown suspects took their brown wallet from a purse inside the vehicle. Total loss est. at $37.00
  • 10-31892 – Warrant Arrest, 1901 N. Congress Ave, 1124hrs
    W/M Thomas Scala DOB 04-03-90 Misd FTA, $1500.00 bond, TOT PBCJ
  • 10-31719 0552 hrs 1116 New Lake Dr Simple Batt/Dis. Intox (arrest)
    Officers were dispatched to a noise disturbance and made contact with Ramirez, Marleny (h/f, DOB: 08-25-72) who was found intoxicated, yelling, screaming, and banging on doors from the 3rd floor hallway of bldg. 11. Upon contact with officers, Ramirez immediately became belligerent and uncooperative; shouting obscenities. Ramirez was placed in custody and upon escorting her into the back of a patrol vehicle, she turned directly into an officers direction, and in a violent manner, bit on the upper right portion of his department outer vest carrier (no injuries to officer). Ramirez was charged accordingly and TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-31737 0945 hrs 100 New Lake Dr Burg. Auto
    Victim parked their 2009 Ford Escape in the parking lot of the apt. complex at approx. 0001 hrs. on 07-04-10 and inadvertently left a purse (black in color; containing a Chase debit card, Florida driver's license, misc keys, and a Blackberry phone) on the pass. side back seat. In addition, victim reported the rear window of the vehicle was mistakenly left open. When victim returned to the car at approx. 0800 hrs. on the same date, the purse had been taken. Crime scene negative. No suspect(s)
  • 10-31730  0821 hrs  SW 14th Ave & SW 2nd  DUI (arrest) 
    Cambroune, Francisco (b/m, DOB: 10/21/85) was observed by both officers and citizens displaying an erratic and unusual driving pattern. Upon contact, Cambroune spoke with slurred speech and was unable to form a complete sentence; a strong odor of an unk. alcoholic beverage emitting from his clothing and breath. Cambroune failed to properly complete the FSE’s and was placed under arrest. Search incident to arrest, officers inventoried the vehicle and located a small, clear, plastic baggie containing 1.9g of powder cocaine. Cambroune’s 00’ Mercedes C230 (black in color, FL tag M634EG) was towed and held for felony forfeiture. Cambroune was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-31663 1906 hrs Burglary to Residence  107 S. Abercorn Cir
    Victim stated between 07/02/10, 1300 hrs to 07/03/10, 0400 hrs an unknown person(s) entered the residence through the front door by picking lock. Once inside the suspect(s) took the furniture, HP laptop, jewelry, and cash. Crime was negative. Photos were taken and submitted into evidence. Total loss of $2782.00.
  • 10-31693  2329 hrs Simple Battery  1333 N. Congress Ave
    A patron later identified as Kenya Tolliver 05/05/89 was asked by the manger to move out of the way of the hostess stand entrance. Tolliver became very mouthy toward the manger and used profanity. Tolliver then threw her orange and green folded umbrella at the manager, striking him in the back of his arm. Tolliver was arrested for simple battery and disorderly intoxication and transported to BBPD for processing. She was later released with an N.T.A.
  • 10-31575  0741 hrs  1500 Corporate Dr  Trespass After Warning (arrest)
    After prior warning (on 07-02-10), Stebbins, Rodney (DOB 01/29/53), w/m Stebbins, Terry (DOB 06/07/55), w/m Sheller, Ulysses (10/15/57) and w/m Murphy, Shawn (05/30/68) were all arrested for remaining on the property behind LOWES. All subjects were TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-31584 0854 hrs 1100 N. Seacrest Blvd Poss. Contraband (arrest)
    Resulting from a traffic stop, Darville, Winfred (B/M, 05-07-85) was found to be in possession of 17.5g (tpw) of marijuana individually packaged in 14 clear plastic bags. Darville was taken into custody for Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Sell. Darville's vehicle and currency on his person were seized for forfeiture. Darville was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-31593 0950 hrs 2246 Quantum Blvd  Theft (delayed)
    Victim advised that he and his work crew were doing some landscaping in the area sometime between 0900 and 1000 hrs. (07-03-10). Victim advised that while the crew was actively working, unk. suspect(s) removed the padlock from a trailer and took (5) pieces of lawn equipment (gas powered edgers/trimmers/blowers). Crime scene negative.
  • 10-31571  0713 hrs 149 SE 27th Place Stolen Vehicle
    Victim reported that they had parked and secured their 2003 Lincoln Aviator (silver, FL tag: 675 ICR) in the driveway. Sometime between 2200 hrs on 07-02-10 and 0630 hrs on this date, unk. suspect(s) removed the vehicle. Owner still in possession of keys. Crime scene negative.
  • 10-31513  2021 hrs Burglary to Auto 4753 N. Congress Ave
    Victim parked his 2007 Ford F150,FL tag of J05VJB, within the parking lot of Publix. After completing his shopping, he entered the vehicle only to discover 4 i pods (value$1000) i pod charger missing from the center console (value$80.00). One pair of brown Mauijinn sunglasses (value $300) brown leather cowboy hat (value $80.00) and a Bose sound docking system (value $300.00).  Inspecting the vehicle revealed forced entry to the drivers side door lock (value $500.00). Crime was negative. Publix surveillance cameras are unable to capture the parking lot.
  • 10-31525 2310 hrs Warrant Arrest  2800 S. Federal Hwy
    After a traffic stop, contact was made with B/M Larry Cornelius (01/14/62). A NCIC/FCIC check revealed that Larry had three outstanding misdemeanor warrants out of Palm Beach County. The warrants were for failure to appear on Battery (#10-000471MMAXX) with a $1000.00 bond and two traffic warrants (#09-016756) with a $4000.00 and $3000.00 bond amount. He was later transported to PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for July 1, 2010

  • 10-31083 1722 hrs Simple Battery 801 N Congress Ave
    Thomas, Renisha (b/f 12-21-87) was arrested after she was found to have battered an employee at the Lady’s Foot Locker. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-31130 2152 hrs COV1500 SW 8th St
    Wheeler, Ulysses (w/m 10-15-57) was arrested for soliciting without a permit in violation of city ordinances. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-31137 2228 hrs DUI 630 E Woolbright Rd
    Parkey-Bey, Albert (b/m 1-29-48) was arrested for DUI after having been stopped for traffic infractions committed in Briny Breezes. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-31163 0135 hrs Poss Marijuana Under 20 gms 100 SW 8th St
    Carty, Verrod (b/m 1-29-90) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 2.6 gms of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-31168 0213 hrs Poss Marijuana Over 20 gms  2200 N Congress Ave
    Subsequent to a traffic stop, Grauer, Joshua (w/m 8-7-81) was arrested for possessing 26.7 gms of marijuana. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for June 30, 2010

  • 10-30940 2018 hrs COV  2600 S Federal Hwy
    Officer Mulcahy arrested w/m Leonard A Whisenant DOB 05-28-52 and w/f Tina M LaRosa DOB 02-14-56 for possessing open containers of beer within Jaycee Park.  Both were sent to county jail.
  • 10-30960 2233 hrs  Possession of Contraband 2300 N Federal Hwy
    Officer Mulcahy arrested b/f April J Bostick DOB 08-16-86 for possessing 17.9 grams of marijuana packaged in 16 individual 1 x 1 plastic bags following a traffic stop.  Also arrested was b/m Lucerne Ilus DOB 01-31-85 who was a passenger in the white ’00 Buick.  Ilus was in possession 0.5 grams of marijuana.  Both were sent to county jail.
  • 10-30963 2236 hrs Resisting with Violence 3200 Old Boynton Road
    B/M Larry Pean DOB 09-25-87 and another black male attempted to steal two Vizio 55’ flat-screen TV’s from Wal-mart.  They were approached by Loss Prevention personnel who requested a receipt.  When the pair could not produce a receipt they were advised to either pay for the merchandise ($4000.00) or leave.  The other black male left but Pean advised he would pay for the merchandise. Pean walked back into the store but instead of walking to the registers he walked over to the Jewelry Dept.  Management then called police requesting that he leave and be trespassed.  Pean told Officer Melo that he was not leaving until he wanted to.  Officer Melo attempted to place Pean under arrest but he violently resisted.  Pean was subdued and placed in a marked car, but he began banging his head and trying to kick out the window.  While being processed, Pean attempted to kick and spit on officers.  Pean was medically cleared and sent to county jail.  SIR to follow.
  • 10-30975 0040 hrs Accident (THI)  137 NW 10th Avenue
    Male victim was standing in the roadway attempting to flag down his female friend.  The friend driving a gray Dodge Magnum advised she never saw her male friend and struck him with the car.  The victim’s head struck the windshield causing several facial lacerations.  Victim was transported to Delray Trauma Center.  Injuries appear non-life threatening.  Crime scene and THI responded. Investigation is on-going.

Overnight Incidents for June 29, 2010

  • 10-30751  1914 hrs Burglary/Theft 1670 Stonehaven Drive #1
    Officer Coffey arrested a male juvenile after investigation revealed that he had broken into a screened-in patio and stolen a bicycle.  A witness called police after noticing the male and another male loitering in the parking lot.  The witness then observed arrestee throw a green bicycle over the development’s outer fence.  Officer Coffey observed the male as he was attempting to retrieve the bike.  He told Officer Coffey initially that the bike was his cousin’s and then attempted to flee on foot.  Officer Coffey located the rightful owner and discovered the damage to the patio door.  The male was sent to JAC.
  • 10-30761 2012 hrs Possession of Contraband 200 NE 12th Avenue
    Officer Lindsey arrested Eddie Lee Farrignton DOB 05-26-87 for possessing 7.6 grams of marijuana following a traffic stop.  Farrington was issued a NTA.
  • 10-30770  2201 hrs Robbery (armed)  105 N Congress Avenue
    Victim was attempting to make a deposit at the Bank of America ATM when she was approached from behind by two black males.  One of the males wearing an orange or red shirt had a gray shirt covering his face; pulled a silver handgun and demanded money.  The male then grabbed at her deposit which consisted of cash and checks.  Victim struggled with the suspect who fled on foot without getting the money.  Officers sent up a perimeter and K-9 was utilized.  Two suspects were detained and investigation is ongoing.
  • 10-30771 2234 hrs Accident (THI) 100 W Woolbright Road
    17 year old male was pushing his brother’s disabled Cadillac eastbound on Woolbright Road along with another brother when he was struck from behind by a white Dodge Intrepid.  Victim suffered a bad fracture to his lower left leg and had multiple cuts on his arms and face.  Victim was transported to Delray Trauma Center. Crime scene responded and THI officers took over investigation.
  • 10-30780 0053 hrs Possession of Contraband 2010 N Federal Hwy
    Officer Lindsey arrested w/f Christy L Rioux DOB 04-03-81 for possession of Xanax w/o a prescription.  Officer Lindsey had been conducting an extra patrol at the park.  Rioux was sent to county jail.
      

Overnight Incidents for June 26, 2010 - June 28, 2010

  • 10-30592  1710 hrs Shoplifting/Anti theft Device 363 N Congress Ave
    B/M Aubrey Hall was arrested after stealing $346.00 worth of merchandise and utilizing a tool to cut off the sensors.  Hall was processed and sent to PBCJ.
  • 10-30598  1831 hrs   Warrant arrest   420 SW 2nd Ave
    W/M Jordan Alvarez was arrested for FTA and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-30605  1916 hrs   Possession of Cocaine    1900 N Federal Hwy
    B/M Kurtlyn Miller was observed by officers looking into vehicles at the above address.  As officers approached Miller he tossed a piece of crack cocaine.  Miller was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-30631  2325 hrs  Suspicious Incident shooting  100 West MLK
    After breaking up a gathering at Sara Sims of approximately 500 people earlier, several fights stemmed throughout the next couple of hours.  Officers remained in the area to discourage anymore problems when 3-5 shots were heard.  Officers were able to locate shell casings and several people who stated what had occurred but no one was willing to state names or give statements to officers.  Hospitals notified of a potential victim that may show up in their facility but as of this writing no one has been located.
  • 10-30632  2355 hrs  R/A Without Violence    100 West MLK
    While trying to conduct a crime scene and collect the shell casings from above case B/M Romey Miller, despite several warnings to stay out, continued to walk through the crime scene.  He subsequently arrested and given an NTA.
  • 10-30641   0208 hrs  Attempted Burglary   1403 West BBB
    An employee of Skeeters lounge called to advise she thought she heard knocking at the back door.  As officers arrived on scene two w/m’s ran from the rear of the business.  One male Shaun Mathis was caught and the other male despite a perimeter and K-9 search was never located.  Upon further investigation, the knocking that was heard was the back of a fan unit to the business being removed with the burglary tools that were found directly under the unit.  Crime scene responded as well as the on call detective.
  • 10-30462 1930 hrs R/A w/out Violence 143 NE 9th Ave
    Petty, Carolyn (b/f 12-21-81) was arrested for obstruction after she refused to obey officers’ lawful commands while they were investigating a disturbance. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-30472 2024 hrs  DWLS w/ Knowledge 700 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Papp, Jeffrey (w/m 7-18-67) was arrested after he was found to operating a vehicle with a license that he knew to be suspended. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-30484 2101 hrs  COV 800 W Woolbright Rd
    Wheeler, Ulysses (w/m 10-15-57) was arrested for soliciting without a permit in violation of a city ordinance. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-30366 – Burglary Auto, 29 Crossings Circle, 0615hrs
    Occurred overnight, unknown suspects broke the front passenger window to the victim’s ’00 white Infinity Fl Tag N714ZV and stole a GPS ($100.00). C/S negative
  • 10-30369 – Delayed Burglary Residence, 2821 S. Fed. Hwy (Homing Inn), 0715hrs
    Victim advises between 1400hrs yesterday and 0715hrs today unknown suspect(s) gained entry to his room and stole his Toshiba laptop and $3000.00 in cash from a drawer. Possible entry made by prying a window and unlocking the front door. C/S negative. Total in loss est at $3500.00.
  • 10-30397 – COV Arrest (Open Cont.), 780 E. Ocean Ave, 1147hrs
    W/M Timothy Bearson DOB 10-19-50, possession of an open container of beer.
  • 10-30393 – Shoplifting Arrest, 3200 Old Boynton Rd. (WalMart), 1109hrs
    B/M Randell Jones DOB 03-09-90 detained by security for stealing $12.00 worth of merchandise. Processed on scene and issued a NTA.
  • 10-30278 1850 hrs  Petit Theft 133 N Congress Ave
    Rojas, Jose (w/m 12-17-86) was arrested after he was caught stealing a $150 bundle of cardboard from the Publix. Publix management advised that they have been having a recurring problem with subjects stealing the bundles of cardboard from their locations. Rojas was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-30297 2029 hrs Burglary Auto 2290 N Congress Ave
    Victim’s vehicle was burglarized by smashing out a window. Stolen was her purse, which contained her medical license and blank prescription slips. No suspect information and crime scene was negative.
  • 10-30344 0136 hrs  DUI  500 blk W Woolbright Rd
    Officers responded in reference to a report of a vehicle being operated erratically. Once the vehicle was located a traffic stop was conducted. Guttenberg, Rachel (12-22-81) was arrested for DUI. She was transported to PBCJ for processing.

Overnight Incidents for June 25, 2010

  • 10-30128 2052 hrs Shoplifting/Poss. Of Contraband 1901 N Congress
    W/F Kayleigh A Yost DOB 12-12-91 was arrested after she stole $72 worth of clothing from Kohl’s.  A search incident to arrest revealed Yost was in possession of 12 tablets of Xanax and 2 partial tablets.  She also had a pill bottle containing 0.4 grams of marijuana.  Yost was processed and sent to county jail.

Overnight Incidents for June 24, 2010

  • 10-29934 1930 hrs Warrant Arrest 2210 N. Federal Hwy
    W/M President, Harold DOB: 06/07/63 was arrested for a warrant FTA traffic offense during a traffic stop. He was arrested and later transported to PBCJ without incident.
  • 10-29925 1820 hrs Agg. Assault (refusal) 2425 SW 11th St
    W/M Jeffrey Good claimed W/M Michael Groll  attempted to hit him with his vehicle and Michael claimed Jeffrey punched his vehicle causing 2 dents.  Both subjects signed refusals to prosecute.
  • 10-29953 2137 hrs Possession Contraband 2821 S. Fed. Hwy (Homing Inn)
    B/M Christopher Panella was arrested for possession of Marijuana after a traffic stop of a vehicle driven by W/F Brooke Buzzell led to the discovery of Marijuana on his person.  He was released with an NTA.
  • 10-29974 2147 hrs Burglary Auto 2800 High Ridge Rd (Tri-Rail)
    Victim b/f Rose Kersaint stated that she met b/m Guy Edmond at Boynton Beach Tri Rail ref. him returning money owed.  He then removed her purse (containing an alleged $1800.00 cash) from her vehicle and left the area.  Delay in reporting as she had no cell phone and drove to Royal Palm to get her daughter to call the police.

Overnight Incidents for June 23, 2010

  • 10-29740 Burglary Residence 2861 NE 4th St
    Victim advised that unknown person/s entered into his residence via an unlocked door.  Taken was an inside and outside air conditioning unit.  Crime scene was negative.  Total taken was $3000.00.
  • 10-29742 Burglary Residence 219 NW 1st Ave
    Victim advised that between 0700 hrs and 1600 hrs an unknown person/s entered into the home and removed misc items.  Crime scene responded and processed the scene.  Total loss and damage was $18,700.
  • 10-29754 1734 hrs Possession Cocaine/Contraband 100 NW 10th Ave
    B/m Lavond Hankerson was found to be in possession of .1 gram of cocaine and push rod and was subsequently arrested.  Hankerson was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-29757 1752 hrs DUI arrest 101 N Federal Hwy
    W/m John Zubak was arrested for DUI and submitted to a urine test (toxicology pending).  Zubak was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-29767 1953 hrs Burglary structure 5000 N. Ocean Ave
    Victim advised that unknown person/s entered into his storage locker and removed a 9 horsepower boat motor.  Crime scene was negative.  Total loss was $1000.00.

Overnight Incidents for June 22, 2010

  • 10-29557 Burglary to Auto 1415 S. Federal Hwy
    Victim stated his vehicle was last seen with his missing items in his unsecure vehicle at 0730 hrs and noticed them missing at 1700 hrs.  Total amount taken was $121.00.  Crime scene negative.
  • 10-29580 1837 hrs  Shoplifting 1500 Corporate Drive (Lowes)
    B/M Corey Grace was arrested after an investigation revealed he stole $132.00 of merchandise. Arrested, processed and given an NTA.
  • 10-29584 1943 hrs Shoplifting 801 N. Congress Ave (JC Penny)
    B/F Nathalia Fanfan was arrested for stealing $25.00 worth of merchandise.  Fanfan was given an NTA.
  • 10-29597Burglary to Auto 406 Montery Square
    Victim, who was on vacation, was advised by a neighbor that her vehicle was broken into on either on June 16th or 17th by an unknown person/s.  Nothing was taken from the vehicle but the vehicle sustained $50.00 damage from the forced entry.  Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-29608 2200 hrs Warrant Adult 100 NW 10th Ave
    B/M Antonio Bryant was arrested for an outstanding warrant and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-29609  2215 hrs  Poss. Paraphernalia  N. Congress Ave and Renaissance Dr  
    During a traffic stop W/M Bryce Levine was arrested when the officer observed a multi colored glass pipe.  Levine was processed and given an NTA.
  • 10-29634  0035 hrs Agg. Battery Firearm 2505 SE 2nd St. 
    B/M James Dorinville advised that an unknown black male approached him at 2100 hrs and produced a black handgun.  The unknown black male hit Dorinville in the face several times with the gun and then fled scene.  There was three hour delay in reporting the incident and Dorinville did not want to cooperate with the investigation.
  • 10-29640  0115 hrs  Warrant Adult   500 W. BBB
    W/M Devon Houston was arrested for an outstanding warrant.  Houston was TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for June 18, 2010 - June 21, 2010

  • 10-29460 0151 hrs Burglary Attempted 3450 S. Congress Ave
    Officers responded to the Guardian Storage facility in reference to a delayed burglary attempt which was called in by the manager. The front glass door window was smashed out; however, nothing was missing or tampered with. Crime scene was negative. Surveillance cameras were unable to be reviewed at this time. Extra patrols of the near by storage areas were conducted throughout the shift.
  • 10-29462 0206 hrs Stolen Auto 240 NW 14th Ave
    Victim stated she heard her grey 1989 Toyota Camry Fl tag C822YA start outside her residence. When she ran out she observed an unknown black male driving away in her vehicle. Victim signed stolen vehicle affidavit. Unknown suspect information at this time. The vehicle was entered into FCIC/NCIC.
  • 10-29344 0744 hrs 1331 S. Fed #504 N Disorderly Intox/Poss. Marijuana
    B/M Lester Anderson 5/18/83 was arrested for disorderly intoxication, possession of marijuana under 20g and open container after pouring beer on a neighbor’s dog and attempting to start a fight. He was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-29349 0841 hrs 1104 S. Monterey Circle Burglary Auto
    Occurred overnight. Suspect(s) entered unsecured 2010 Honda Accord and took change, CD’s, sunglasses and perfume. CS negative.
  • 10-29352 0907 hrs 1118 S. Monterey Circle Burglary Auto
    Occurred overnight. Suspect(s) entered unsecured 2003 Nissan Altima, rifled through the interior and took a bottle of cologne. CS negative.
  • 10-29359  1011hrs 210 Scarborough Lane Burglary Auto
    Occurred overnight. Suspect(s) entered unsecured 2005 Saturn Ion and took a Garmin GPS, Ipod and $2.00 in cash. Print kit yielded negative results.
  • 10-29380 1237 hrs 3000 S. Federal Hwy Burg. Fenced Compound
    Occurred overnight. Four separate units were entered after the padlocks were cut. Extent of loss is (as of yet) unknown as contact with victims is still pending. Entry to the compound is believed to have been made via the western fence line.
  • 10-29276 1721 hrs Aggravated Assault (firearm) 1900 NW 1st Street
    Victim stated that as he was driving in the area. The suspect whom he knows was also driving in the area.  Victim stated that Suspect waved for him to pass on by, and as he did Suspect pointed a black handgun at him.  Suspect allegedly stated, “Bitch I don’t fight.  Bitch I shoot, and I’m gonna shoot your ass.”  Victim stated that in fear he jumped out of his car.  He then attempted to approach Suspect who fled.
  • 10-29282 1956 hrs  Burglary (residence) 641 NE 6th Avenue
    Victim stated that between 1400 hrs and 1850 hrs unknown person(s) entered her residence by breaking a window leading to the pool.  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole a silver Apple notebook ($1900.00), a black Apple notebook ($1000.00) and some miscellaneous gold and diamond jewelry ($1500.00).
  • 10-29322  0050 hrs Burglary (residence) 1640 Stonehaven Drive #5
    Victim stated that between 2015 hrs and 0015 hrs unknown person(s) entered her bedroom by kicking in the door.  There was no forced entry to the residence itself, just her bedroom.  The unknown suspect(s) stole her black Dell laptop ($300.00), her blue Dell laptop ($1500.00), and an unknown make/model 32” flat screen TV ($500.00).
  • 10-29200 0516 hrs 1004 SW 4th ST   DUI crash
    Officers responded to a crash where one party was intoxicated. W/F Jessica Amster 3-28-90 was taken to BMH and consented to a blood draw arrest paperwork filed by officer Schoenfeld.
  • 10-29204 0617 hrs 404 Victory Cir auto burglary
    Between 2040 and 0600 hrs unknown persons broke in to a Volvo via unlocked doors and took Sony Digital Camera DSC-W80 w/ bag  $180, Icon Coolpix 10XP Camera  $180 Kodak Digital camera $80,  8gb flash drive $30, Rocky Mountain Radar Detector $200.
  • 10-29209 0736 hrs 3191 SW 14th Pl  attempt auto theft
    Tropical Fire Protection employee reported 2 vehicles being burglarized sometime over the last week, investigation revealed that both vehicles had damage to the ignitions as if the suspect were trying to take them. Nothing was taken from either truck.
  • 10-29212  0802 hrs  800 SW 1st S warrant
    W/M Aguirre, Flavio 5-7-66 was arrested for a warrant during a lawful traffic stop by officer Munro
  • 10-29215  0850 hrs  905 W Woolbright DUI-refusal
    Officers Cline and Villari arrested H/M Albert Gonzalez 10-13-77 after a reckless driving BOLO was issued
  • 10-29217  0909 hrs 3000 S Fed (Public Storage) burglary
    Between 1900 and 0900 unknown persons broke in to the office via shattering the front door.  Money was taken
  • 10-29221 0920 hrs 510 NW 11th Ave agg assault –vehicle, criminal mischief
    B/F Deronceler, Frances (10/03/80) was arrested after she purposely crashed her car into the victim’s car over an on going argument.
  • 10-29241 and 29242 approx 1125  Seacrest and Woolbright and SE 23rd DUI crash
    A black Cherokee driven by W/F Elizabeth Weaver 3-28-77 crashed on Seacrest and both 23rd and Woolbright. She was followed by witnesses and arrested for DUI (refusal) in front of Forrest Hill Park. She was taken to BMH the PBCJ. Paperwork completed by ofc Levine.
  • 10-29239 1043 hrs 1013 S Monterrey Cir auto burg
    A dodge pickup was broken in to between 2200 and 0900 via unlocked doors and a diaper bag and radar detector  was taken.
  • 10-29247  1153 hrs 305 Victory Cir auto burg
    Between 2230 and 1120 hrs unknown persons broke in to a Nissan Altima via unlocked doors and a wallet and GPS were taken.
  • 10-29250  1227 hrs 2605 W Woolbright auto burglary
    A purse was stolen from a Nissan Xterra while the owner was pumping gas.
  • 10-29103  1803 hrs  Armed Robbery 400 NE 16th Avenue
    Victim stated that he was operating his ice cream truck when he was flagged down by two (2) black males.  The first male purchased an ice cream.  The second male then pulled a silver handgun from his pants pocket; pointed it at the victim and demanded money.  Victim stated he removed $25.00 from his pockets and handed it to the male with then gun.  Victim stated that both males then ran south on NE 3rd Street and then west behind 1619 NE 3rd Street.  A perimeter was set up and a K-9 track conducted with negative results.  The armed suspect was described as between 20-25, thin build with shoulder length dread locks.
  • 10-29154 2212 hrs Possession of Contraband 400 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Officer Lindsey arrested w/m Rogelio Vera DOB 4-29-64 for possession of 3.5 grams of crack cocaine following a traffic stop.  Vera was processed and sent to county jail.  His red ’06 Ford F-150 was held for forfeiture.
  • 10-29169 2349 hrs Burglary (residence) 220 SW 3rd Avenue
    Victim stated that between 1730 hrs and 2330 hrs unknown person(s) entered her residence by breaking the glass to the rear door.  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole a $3,000.00 ring from her bedroom.  Other items of value were present e.g.  laptop, TV’s etc., but these items were left alone.
  • 10-29178  0044 hrs Warrant Arrest 2240 N Federal Hwy
    B/F Keambria T Warren DOB 02-20-89 was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant while she was loitering in Intracoastal Park.  Warren was sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-29192 0253 hrs Batter LEO263 Lake Monterey Circle
    W/M Vincent M Gonzalez DOB 11-11-61 was arrested for battery (10-29186).  While Officer Hoffman was assisting with Gonzalez’ transport he intentionally attempted to injure her by bending her fingers back.  Hoffman was able to pull away and not sustain any physical injury requiring medical attention.  Gonzalez was processed and sent to county jail.

Overnight Incidents for June 17, 2010

  • 10-28757 GTA 2308 Mahogany Drive
    Victim advised that his Silver Toyota Corolla bearing FL tag F03022 was stolen between 06-10-10 at 0800 and 0400 this date. 
  • 10-28768 1649 hrs Trepass After warning 201 NW 9th Ct
    Isidore Reed was arrested when he was found to be sitting in the park after he had been trespassed from the park at earlier date. Reed was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-28808 2113 hrs Aggravated Battery to Pregnant 1900 NW 2nd Ct Apt.1 
    Officers responded to the area reference to a stabbing to a pregnant female.  Upon arrival b/f Latasha Peety (six months pregnant) was found to have been stunned with a taser (civilian) and cut with a box cutter to the face causing a 4” laceration. Also battered was b/f Annie Peety who received scratches to her chest area.  Both victims were not the intended target but rather in the wrong place at the wrong time.  Arrested were: Debra Frazier for Aggravated Battery on Pregnant person and simple Battery when tased L. Peety and battered A. Peety. Toral Frazier for Aggravated Battery on Pregnant person. Both were transported PBCJ. 
  • 10-28809 Burglary 3300 Church Hill Drive
    Victim returned at 2100 hrs after leaving at 0800 hrs to find his residence had been burglarized.  Unknown person/s entered into a window by forcing it open. The victim sustained $750.00 in loss and damages.  Crime scene yielded negative results.
  • 10-28819 2219 hrs Disorderly Intoxication 3235 E. Atlantic Drive
    Officer responded to a domestic dispute which turned out to be verbal only.  B/m Eddie Inman was arrested when caused neighbors to start exiting their homes and causing a scene while intoxicated.  Inman was TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for June 16, 2010

   

  • 10-28602 1916 hrs Burglary to Residence 505 SE 27th Way
    Between 06/13/10 to 06/15/10 an unknown person(s) stole an older model blue bicycle from the front porch which was enclosed. The door to the porch was left unsecured so there was no forced entry. Crime scene was negative for latent fingerprints. No suspect information. Total loss $112.55. 

Overnight Incidents for June 15, 2010

 

  • 10-28436 1707 hrs Burglary to Residence 312 NE 20th Ave
    Today between 0800-1700 hours an unknown person(s) entered the residence through the bedroom window located on the SE corner of the residence. While inside the suspect(s) stole $3,370 worth of items. Crimes scene was negative 

Overnight Incidents for June 12, 2010 - June 14, 2010

  • 10-28010 0051 hrs Burglary Cat Type 2770 N Seacrest Blvd
    Units responded in reference to a reported burglary in progress. Upon arrival it was determined that the suspect had attempted to enter the occupied residence through a bedroom window. The children in that room screamed as they observed the suspect half way into the room. The suspect then pulled back out of the window and fled the area. A perimeter was established and a K9 track was attempted with negative results. Crime scene responded to process the scene. D-bureau notified. 
  • 10-28020 0629 hrs Burglary Auto 3 Crossings Circle
    Occurred overnight, unknown suspects gain entry to the victim’s 04 Jeep Wrangler FL Tag U873PT by cutting the rear driver’s side window. Once entry is made they take a GPS and an E-Toll Pass. Loss and damage est. at $ 765.00. C/S proved negative.
  • 10-28053 1000 hrs Burglary Auto 2053 High Ridge Rd
    Between 1800hrs on the 11th until arrival unknown suspects entered the victim’s unlocked Isuzu box truck Fl Tag B148KV removing approx $2480.00 in clothing. C/S proved negative and no video was available.
  • 10-28051 1015 hrs Att. Strong-arm Robbery 1006 SE 4th St
    B/M suspect wearing a blue shirt and blue pants approaches the victim and asks for 65 cents. Victim took three dollars out of his pocket which the suspect attempts to steal and when unsuccessful flees the scene on a bicycle. A search of the area proves negative in locating the suspect. There were some conflicting statements also made by the victim in this case.
  • 10-28093 1646 hrs DWLS 201 SW 23rd Ave
    Jerome, Alex (b/m 1-12-91) was arrested for knowingly operating a vehicle with a suspended license. He was released with a NTA.
  • 10-28102 1808 hrs Grand Retail Theft 1901 N Congress Ave
    Serrano, Rosa (w/f 4-11-63) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $321.52 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-28120 2017 hrs Poss Cocaine 109 E Boynton Beach Blvd
    Berry, Leshon (w/f 5-25-71) was arrested after she was found to in possession of crack cocaine. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-28122 2026 hrs Poss Sched II w/out RX 501 SE 18th Ave
    Doody, Justin (w/m 8-20-81) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of methadone without a prescription. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-28128 2059 hrs  Simple Battery 2832 SE 5th Cir
    Butler, LaShay (b/f 2-22-81) was arrested after she was found to have battered the victim. She was processed and released with a  NTA.
  • 10-28157 2351 hrs Flee & Elude Meadows Blvd and N Congress Ave
    Shultis, Randolph (w/m 10-9-86) fled from officers on his mother’s motorcycle. Charges to be filed with the SA’s office.
  • 10-28165 0035 hrs Vandalism Auto 300 SE 23rd Ave
    Collins, Stephen (w/m 6-10-84) was arrested after he was found to have thrown pieces of concrete at the victim’s vehicle causing $600 worth of damage. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. Collins was also found to have an outstanding warrant (BBPD 10-28170). 
  • 10-28175 0148 hrs R/A w/out Violence 200 NE 10th Ave
    Smith, Alfred (b/m 2-14-87) was arrested after he refused to obey officers’ lawful commands and then fled on foot. He was taken into custody after a short foot pursuit. He was processed and released with a NTA. 
  • 10-28190 0802 hrs. Burglary to Auto 1637 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    Officers responded to a burglary to victims 1999 Honda which was parked in her driveway at 1637 N. Seacrest Blvd.  Victim advised that between the hours of 2130 and 0730 hrs. unknown persons entered her vehicle by smashing the right rear window with a rock ($100.00 damage) and entered into the vehicle removing 7 misc. CD’s which were in her glove box. (value $70.00).  Persons unknown further tampered with the vehicles stereo by attempting to pry it from the console but was unsuccessful in removing same. 
  • 10-28254 Burglary Auto 2298 N. Congress Ave
    Victim advised that between 1715 hrs and 1730 hrs an unknown person smashed out the front passenger window taking items valued $160.00.  Total loss is $260.00 including damage to window.  Negative for latent prints. 
  • 10-28255 Burglary 36 Teal Way
    Victim advised that between 1300 hrs and 1740 hrs an unknown person attempted to make entry to the above residence.   Entry was attempted by cutting the back screen patio door and trying the back sliding door.  The subject then attempted to make entry through the bathroom window by breaking it.  During this attempt the subject got cut and left blood inside the window.  Crime scene responded and collected the evidence.  Nothing taken but $160.00 damage sustained. 
  • 10-28303 Warrant Arrest 2135 hrs 1710 Stonehaven Drive
    Officer responded to a delayed simple battery between two subjects (refusal to prosecute signed by both parties).  Both subjects were run through F/NCIC revealing that the W/F Heren Alicia had an active warrant for FTA. 

Overnight Incidents for June 11, 2010

  • 10-27793  2314 hrs  Reckless Driving  320 Winchester Park Blvd
    W/M Nicholas Garcia, DOB: 02/03/92 was arrested for operating his vehicle in a highly reckless manor – released with an NTA.
  • 10-27804 0108 hrs Battery 130 E. MLK
    B/F Audra Thompson was arrested striking B/F Rosalyn Wade – she was released with an NTA.

Overnight Incidents for June 10, 2010

  • 10-27564 1551 hrs Warrant 500 NW 11th Ave
    B/M Matthew Randall was found to have an active warrant - FTA for the poss. of marijuana - TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-27622 2206 hrs Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd (Walmart)
    W/M Mark C. Evich dob 04/06/1984 was arrested after he attempted to walk out of the store with a, 46” Vizio HD television (value of $1094.82) he was stopped by security and apprehended.  He was tot’d PBCJ.
  • 10-27645 0001 hrs Warrant 2821 S. Federal Hwy
    B/M Juvienne Merizier was found to have an active FTA warrant  for petit theft. - TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-27656 0057 hrs DUI 600 N. Seacrest Blvd
    W/M Robert T. Guzman d.o.b. 10-07-55 was arrested for DUI on his bicycle south bound in the north bound lane of travel.  - TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-27659 0112 hrs Poss. Contraband 100 W. Woolbright Rd
    W/M Matthew Adam Kanov 09/05/88 was found to be in possession of marijuana under 20gm during a traffic stop.   He was released on scene with an NTA.

Overnight Incidents for June 9, 2010

  • 10-27376 Shoplifting 1810hrs 801 N. Congress Ave (JC Penny)
    Suspect Gilberte Lahens was arrested when she stole an $18.00 bracelet.  She was released with a NTA.
  • 10-27381 Delayed Burglary 2789 S Evergreen Cir
    Victim advised that between 06/06 and 06/08 someone entered into his garage and took his maroon Trek bicycle valued at $500.00.
  • 10-27382/27415 Simple Battery/threats/Burglary 1824 hrs 145 N Palm Dr
    A fight between several juveniles occurred at the above address.  This incident led into verbal threats and later a burglary.  Unknown female subjects broke a back yard fence to gain entry where they threw bricks at the victims vehicle.  Total damage valued at $1000.00.  Extra Patrols were conducted for the remainder of the night.
  • 10-27392 Burglary Auto  3083 N Evergreen Cir
    Victim stated that between 0000 hrs and 0720 hrs unknown person entered into her 2006 Suzuki 4-door and removed $45.00 worth of CD’s.  Crime scene was negative for latent prints.
  • 10-27413/10-27419 Trespass Warning/Warrant Arrest  2131 hrs  4798 N Congress Ave
    Woody Cisterna was at the gas station bothering people for money.  He was asked to leave by the attendant but Cisterna refused.  Cisterna was given a trespass warning and arrested for a warrant for failing to appear for a shoplifting charge.
  • 10-27418 R/A without 2148 hrs 3130 South Atlantic Drive
    Arrestee Shawnta Perry was arrested after she was stopped in possible relation to problems occurring at 145 N Palm Dr (see above).  While the officer was trying to conduct his investigation Perry refused to comply with officers commands and further refused to give any identification.  Perry was tot’d PBCJ.
  • 10-27452- Burglary 0038 973 NW 11 Street
    Resident returned home after being gone all day to find that more than $62,000 in jewelry, electronics and cash were taken from the home. Crime scene called out and D-Bureau notified.

Overnight Incidents for June 4, 2010 - June 8, 2010

  • 10-27234 1804 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Donahue, Jennifer (w/f 11-3-80) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $102.98 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-27237 1839 hrs Poss Schedule II w/out RX 2500 SW 11th St
    Demeritte, Ernecke (b/m 8-23-80) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of four 30mg Oxycodone pills without a prescription. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-27268 2310 hrs DUI- Crash Investigation W Gateway Blvd @ Quantum Blvd
    Patrona, Christopher (w/m 2-16-84) was arrested for DUI after he had rear ended another vehicle at the above location. Patrona’s breath test results were .140 and .143. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-27107 1825 hrs Aggravated Battery 150 NE 16th Court
    Victim stated that he was outside his residence when he personally knows confronted him about some rumors Davis was allegedly spreading.  Davis stated that suspect struck him the head with a glass bottle causing a laceration to his scalp.  Davis was bleeding but refused medical attention.  The suspect was GOA.  Investigation is on-going by Ofc. Lindsey.
  • 10-27115 2020 hrs  Possession of Contraband 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    W/M Ryan C Charles DOB 11-22-77 was arrested in the parking lot of Wal-mart after he was observed by Ofc. Arco attempting to inject himself with a syringe containing oxycodone.  Charles was also in possession of Xanax and does not possess a prescription for either narcotic.  Charles was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-27143 0143 hrs  Possession of Contraband 101 W Woolbright Rd
    W/M Todd R Tree DOB 10-18-68 was arrested for possessing four tablets of 8mg Suboxone and a half bar of Xanax without a prescription.  Tree was found passed out in his truck in the parking lot of 7-11 by Ofc. Lindsey.  Tree also had several used syringes in the console.  Tree was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-26957 1854 hrs Warrant Arrest 650 N. Congress Ave
    W/M Weeks Jr., Kevin DOB: 08/06/81 was arrested for outstanding misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear. Weeks was transported to PBCJ without incident.
  • 10-26951 1939 hrs DUI Arrest 3400 S. Seacrest Blvd
    W/M Zuckerman, Sidney DOB: 09/13/60 was arrested for DUI after being involved in a crash. He was later transported to PBCJ without incident.
  • 10-26968 2135 hrs Possession of Contraband 2821 S. Federal Hwy
    B/M Marselle, Howard DOB: 02/17/74 was arrested for possession of crack cocaine (.4 grams) and battery on LEO.  He was medically cleared and later transported to PBCJ.
  • 10-26972  2214 hrs Warrant Arrest 2821 S. Federal Hwy
    B/M Jacobs, Donald DOB: 12/03/68 was arrested for a FTA Traffic Warrant. He was transported to PBCJ.
  • 10-27003 0152 hrs Trespass After Warning 130 E. MLK
    B/M Edwards, Tony DOB: 02/15/76 was arrested for trespassing the property after being warned. Edwards was transported PBCJ.
  • 10-26878 1101 hrs 1790 N Congress poss. Marijuana/paraphernalia
    Officer was on patrol in the LA Fitness parking lot when a vehicle looked suspicious to him. The occupants noticed him and left the parking lot quickly. He followed and conducted a traffic stop. Search after consent revealed a marijuana pipe and marijuana. The driver W/M Nof, Michael 4-8-89 was arrested and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-26891  1203 hrs  2290 N Congress (LA FITNESS burglary auto Between 1100-1200 hrs today unknown suspects entered a 2004 Jeep Liberty via smashing the right rear door window and took a DELL laptop, a black nylon carry bag and a beige/tan ladies COACH bag with matching wallet containing an array of credit/bank cards, personal checks.
  • 10-26899  1236 hrs 2290 N Congress (LA FITNESS) burglary auto
    Between 1100-1200 hours today unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s 2006 Toyota Corolla by shattering the right front passenger window. Suspect then utilized the trunk release lever to open the trunk and remove the victim’s “Coach type” purse, which contained approximately $300.00 in cash and cards.
  • 10-26776   1650 hrs  Stolen Auto 4753 N. Congress Ave
    W/F Wallace, Miriam DOB: 06/21/25 advised she parked her 1999 Lexus SC300 Fl Tag 728MEZ in the parking lot with the vehicle running and unsecured. Wallace stated she had the vehicle running because her 14 year old dog (8 pound Bijon Frisee) was inside. The vehicle and dog were missing when she returned an hour later. The vehicle was entered into FCIC/NCIC. No witnesses and no video of incident.
  • 10-26774 1754 hrs  Possession of Contraband 7817 Manor Forest Ln
    W/F Bancroft, Diana DOB: 04/22/83 was arrested for possession of Oxycodone. Bancroft was involved in a minor vehicle accident case # 10-26783. Investigation revealed Bancroft not to have a prescription for the narcotic medication that was located in plain view in her vehicle. She was arrested and transported to PBCJ. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
  • 10-26823 2332 hrs Simple Battery 365 N. Congress Ave
    Two intoxicated males were involved in a physical altercation involving minor injuries. Both parties signed refusals forms and left the property without incident.
  • 10-26828 0019 hrs Burglary to Auto 1670 Stonehaven Dr Apt 2
    B/M Diudonne, Kervin DOB: 10/14/88 advised his 1994 Toyota Camry FL tag I013YW was broken into. Missing was over $300.00 of personnel belongings (Wallet, Cell phone, etc.). No suspect information provided. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10- 26835 0135 hrs Warrant Arrest  2220 NW 1st St
    B/M Berry, Tyrone DOB: 08/24/77 was arrested after a traffic stop investigation. Berry had a misdemeanor traffic warrant out of Broward. He was transported to PBCJ without incident.
  • 10-26624 2100 hrs Warrant Arrest 3 Meriden Way
    Smith, Michael (b/m 8-31-81) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for June 3, 2010 

  • 10-26413 1648 hrs Burglary Residence 302 NE 20th Ave
    Between 0640 and 1430 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by forcing the front door. Once inside they stole approximately $1350 worth of electronics. Crime scene was positive for latent prints. 
  • 10-26421 1737 hrs Burglary Residence 82 Tara Lakes Dr W
    Between 1100 and 1715 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence through and unsecured back door. Once inside they stole $1543 worth of electronics. Crime scene was negative, as was a neighbor canvas. 
  • 10-26455 2102 hrs Warrant Arrest 100 NW 10th Ave
    Alexander, Joyell (w/f 4-26-75) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ. 

 
Overnight Incidents for June 2, 2010

  • 10-26249 1739 hrs Possession of Contraband  2100 S Federal Hwy
    W/M Kenneth M Hussell DOB 11-19-85 was arrested for possessing 0.3 grams of methamphetamine and three (3) syringes following a traffic stop.  Hussell was processed and sent to county jail.  Hussell’s passenger w/f Rochelle W Stefanovic DOB 08-13-52 was arrested for providing a false name (Helaine Goldblatt).
  • 10-26256 1748 hrs Burglary (auto) 133 SE 6th Avenue
    Victim stated that between 1700 hrs and 1745 hrs unknown person(s) entered his unsecured blue ’95 Ford F-150 pick-up.  Taken from the truck were an unknown make/model laptop ($800.00), a black wallet ($10.00) containing $100.00 cash, a Florida D/L, a Citibank Visa debit card, and his social security card.
  • 10-26266 1930 hrs Burglary (business) 2290 N Congress Ave
    Victim stated that between 1710 hrs and 1930 hrs he was using a locker (#83) inside of LA Fitness.  When he returned to the locker he discovered that unknown person(s) had entered the locker by prying open the padlock.  Taken from the locker was his Rolex mariner watch ($4000.00) and $70.00 cash.  The manager of the gym advised that the premises are not video taped.
  • 10-26267 1942 hrs  Burglary (business) 2290 N Congress Ave
    Victim stated that between 1720 hrs and 1930 hrs he was using a locker (#41) inside of LA Fitness.  Upon returning this locker was also opened by prying open the padlock.  Taken was his Breitling watch ($6500.00) and $150.00 cash.
  • 10-26270 2006 hrs Burglary (auto) 1775 N Congress Ave
    Victim stated that between 1830 hrs and 2000 hrs unknown person(s) entered her black ’05 GMC Envoy by smashing the right rear window.  Taken from the SUV was her Accent purse ($50.00) containing $600.00 cash and her Florida D/L.

Overnight Incidents for May 29, 2010 - June 1, 2010

  • 10-26015 1639 hrs R/A without 524 E. Gateway Blvd
    W/F Annett Guevara 09/03/76 was arrested for provided a false name to a law enforcement officer during an investigation of her attempting to get into a vehicle to drive while she was under the influence of narcotics.  She was also found to have a warrant for FTA.  She was Tot’d PBCJ.
  • 10-26064 2146 hrs Burglary Auto 2290 N. Congress Ave (LA Fitness)
    Victim w/f Rosa L Boza 03/30/60, reported, between 1900 hrs and 1945 hrs, the passenger window of her 1998 Chevy Caviler bearing FL Tag  S1301V was broken out and her Coach  Purse and contents including $500.00 US Currency were taken.
  • 10-26079 2359 hrs Burglary Auto 1401 NW 1st Ct
    Victim Najeda Pardieu reported, between 2000 hrs and 2359 hrs, the passenger rear corner window to her 1996 Toyota Corolla (FL 863LDK) was shattered and her Sony CD player ($80) was removed from the center console.
  • 10-25926 0435 hrs 100 NE 16th Ave Theft/Transit Fare Evasion
    Victim (Taxi-driver) advised he picked up an unk b/m (between the ages of 25-30 with long black dread lock style hair, a blue polo shirt and dark in color jeans) in Miami who asked for a ride to 170 NE 16th Ave- Boynton Beach. Victim stated upon entering Boynton Beach, the unk b/m asked to borrow his cell phone and made several phone calls. Upon arrival in the 100 block of NE 16th Ave, the unk b/m jumped out of the vehicle; failing to pay the $158.90 fare and still in possession of the victim’s phone ($50.00). Total value of loss est. at approx. $208.90. Crime scene negative. No further info.
  • 10-25857 1624 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 gms N Ocean Blvd @ Cordova Ave
    Knoblock, Anthony (w/m 6-5-88) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 1.6 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was processed and released with a TNA.
  • 10-25902 2154 hrs Strong Arm Robbery SW 5th Ave and SW 1st St
    Victim advised that he was at the pool inside Pelican Pointe when he was approached by multiple black males who stole his wallet and lap top computer. They were last seen fleeing toward Seacrest Blvd.
  • 10-25910 2358 hrs Misuse of 911 1900 N Federal Hwy #7
    Palomo, Jody (w/m 4-2-69) was arrested after he utilized the 911 system because he wanted a “faster” response to his non-emergency situation. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-25805 0915 Hrs.  Stolen Motorcycle 2893 SE 1st Place
    Victim advised that his red and black 2005 Suzuki CSR 750 bearing Florida tag # 772 2KW was stolen overnight from his driveway. Victim is still in possession of the keys and method of theft is unknown.
  • 10-25828 1219 Hrs. Resisting Arrest w/o Violence 130 NW 10th Avenue
    Sgt. King observed b/m Timothy Jones 39 making a narcotic transaction at the above location. When Sgt. King tried to investigate Jones fled on foot. Jones was apprehended later hiding in an abandoned home at 233 NW 5th Court. Jones resisted arrest again but was taken into custody. He was additionally charged with Tampering with Evidence and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
  • 10-25774 0200 hrs Grand Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Carr, Don (w/m 10-12-81) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $478 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-25569 0745 Hrs Stolen Vehicle 1601 North Congress Avenue
    Victim reports her Silver 1997 Dodge Caravan SE/Sport, Bearing Florida Tag # 082 LTP, taken sometime overnight from the parking lot of the Courtyard Marriott. No suspect information. Method of theft is unknown at this time.
  • 10-25455 1707 hrs Retail Theft, R/A w/out 1540 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Antanacio, James (w/m 9-29-91) and Ferring, Donald (w/m 7-13-90) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $195.00 worth of merchandise from BJ’s Wholesale. Antanacio was additionally charged with R/A w/out violence after he resisted officers’ attempts to detain him. He was ultimately taken into custody after having been drive stunned with a Taser.  Ferring was additionally charged with tampering with evidence when he tried to dispose of some of the stolen property. They were processed and TOT PBCJ. SIR to follow.
  • 10-25494 2020 hrs Warrant Arrest 135 NE 1st Ave
    Geffrard, Carnol (b/m 7-1-90) responded to the Boynton Beach Police Department to turn himself in. This was in reference to an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for May 28, 2010

  • 10-25306 1854 hrs Theft  2623 S Seacrest Boulevard
    Victim stated that between 1400 hrs and 1730 hrs unknown person(s) removed the catalytic converter ($400.00) from her beige ’94 Toyota 4Runner by cutting exhaust pipe with a saw.  There was no video surveillance.
  • 10-25300 1901 hrs Warrant Arrest  1500 SW 8th Street
    W/M Mark O’Donnell was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant for violation of D/L restrictions.  O’Donnell was sent county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-25314 1907 hrs  Stolen Motorcycle 1331 S Federal Hwy
    Victim stated that between 2230 hrs on 05-26-10 and 1800 hrs this date unknown person(s) stole his red ’99 Yamaha R1 motorcycle ($5,000.00) bearing FL tag 1132EA from the parking garage of Las Ventanas. Security advised that the garage is equipped with security cameras but he was unable to retrieve video.
  • 10-25337 2255 hrs Warrant Arrest 850 W Gateway Boulevard
    B/M Tony Edwards DOB 02-15-76 was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant for open container following a report of trespassing at Mobil on The Run.  Edwards was set to county jail after warrant was confirmed.

Overnight Incidents for May 27, 2010

  • 10-25084 1649 hrs  Warrant Arrest 2209 NE 2nd Street
    W/F Karla A Concepcion DOB 07-11-78 was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant for petit theft following a disturbance.  Concepcion was sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-25106 1928 hrs Warrant Arrest 300 I-95 North
    B/M Virgil L Darville DOB 05-23-90 was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant for trespass following a traffic stop.  Darville was sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-25123 2118 hrs  Warrant Arrest 415 E Boynton Beach Blvd
    B/F Maquesta C Laster DOB 08-14-88 was found to have two (2) outstanding FTA warrants for driving with no D/L following a traffic stop.  Laster was sent to county jail after the warrants were confirmed.  She also received another criminal citation for driving with no D/L.
  • 10-25129 2159 hrs  Warrant Arrest 525 NW 10th Avenue
    B/M Staviss L Butler DOB 09-17-85 was found to have two (2) outstanding FTA warrants for DWLS and reckless driving.  Butler was sent to county jail after the warrants were confirmed.

Overnight Incidents for May 26, 2010

  • 10-24892 1625 hrs Poss Xanax w/out Rx 848 NW 13th Ave
    Dion, Ryan (w/m 4-20-85) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of oxycodone and xanax without a prescription. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-24928 1945 hrs Burglary 2815 S Seacrest Blvd
    Gangarossa, Nicole (w/f 6-2-90) was arrested for burglary and theft, after she was caught entering an employee only area within Bethesda Hospital and stealing credit cards out of multiple victims’ purses. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-24929 2016 hrs DWLS 398 N Congress Ave
    Brown, William III (w/m 7-17-80) was arrested for driving with a suspended license. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for May 25, 2010 

  • 10-24741 1855 hrs Burglary Residence 2216 SE 1st St
    Between 0830 and 1855 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by breaking a window. Once inside the suspect(s) stole a 52” Sony television valued at $2000. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-24743 1859 hrs Poss Cocaine 100 W Gateway Blvd
    Hoskins, Anthony (b/m 11-27-71) was arrested for driving with a suspended license. Search incident to arrest revealed the presence of .2 grams of crack cocaine and 7.3 grams of marijuana. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-24748 1929 hrs Corruption by Threat R/A w/out Violence Key Lime Blvd
    While officers were investigating a disturbance, Donahue, Alec (w/m 5-11-67) obstructed their investigation and was arrested. While in custody he stated that he would kill Ofc Castro if he ever returned to Donahue’s residence to investigate any other disturbances. He was additionally charged with corruption by threat and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-24764 2109 hrs Burglary Residence 2877 SE 1st Pl
    Between 0630 and 2115 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by breaking a window. Once inside the suspect(s) stole electronics totaling $1802 in value. Crime scene and a neighbor canvas were negative.

Overnight Incidents for May 22, 2010 - May 24, 2010

  • 10-24303 1851 hrs Possession of Contraband 400 NW 4th Street
    B/M Rufus Bates DOB 02-12-89 was arrested for possessing 3 grams (10 tablets) of MDMA (ecstasy) following a traffic stop.  Bates was processed and sent to county jail.  His gray ’90 Mercury Grand Marquis was held for forfeiture. 
  • 10-24343 2214 hrs Rsisting w/o Violence 100 Juniper Drive
    W/M Kevin M Dwyer DOB 04-17-59 was arrested after he was stopped for riding a bike without lights in Briny Breezes. While the officer was conducting his traffic infraction investigation, Dwyer began fumbling with a cup of beer.  Dwyer was requested to pour the contents out but he refused.  Instead he jumped back on bike and attempted to ride away.  Dwyer was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-024466 18:59 hrs Aggravated Battery Cutting 3030 SE 2nd Street
    Victim advised that suspect B/M Malcolm Stragh held a 6 inch kitchen knife to her face, threatening to stab her. Stragh then cut the victims face and wrapped a t-shirt around her throat in an attempt to strangle her. Victim advised that she was having trouble breathing and feared for her life. Stragh stopped and fled from the rear of the residence as police arrived. Canvas of area was negative. P.C for Stragh exists. 
  •  10-24630 0039 hrs Robbery (sudden snatching) 132 NE 15th Avenue
    B/M William Mobley DOB 06-18-79 was arrested after he showed up at his ex-girlfriend’s residence (previous trespass warning issued) and snatched the keys to her green ’94 Toyota from her hand.  Mobley then entered the Toyota and drove off against her wishes.  When officers arrived, Mobley was attempting to return the car by driving on the lawn.  Mobley was detained after he sideswiped the house with the car.  Mobley was charged with trespass after warning, strong-arm robbery, GTA, criminal mischief, and DWLS.  He was sent to county jail. 
  • 10-24633 0112 hrs Possession of Contraband  2000 N Seacrest Blvd
    W/M Zachary S Barger DOB 09-01-88, w/f Jennifer Spain DOB 03-26-91, and w/m James D Alvarez DOB 04-22-88 were arrested after they were found to be in possession of 533.1 grams (1.175 lbs) of marijuana inside their car. Spain had 5.3 grams in her purse along with a pipe.  Barger had 4.1 grams in his pants pocket and Alvarez had four (4) bags inside of a computer bag containing 457.5g, 30g, 29.6g, and 6.6g respectively.  Alvarez also possessed a scale.  All were sent to county jail.  Alvarez and Spain reside in Port St. Lucie.
  • 10-24634 0242 hrs Police Assist (Palm Springs) 5000 N Ocean Avenue
    Officers received a bolo that Palm Springs PD was following a possible suspect vehicle involved in a shooting.  Dispatch advised that the cars were at Seacrest Blvd and Woolbright Road.  Officers followed behind Palm Springs (who had not yet attempted a stop) as the suspect car went over the ICW and onto A1A.  A felony stop was conducted at Tropical Isle and A1A in Briny Breezes.  Palm Springs conducted a show-up and it turned out not to be the SUV involved in the shooting.
      

 
Overnight Incidents for May 21, 2010

  • 10-24075 1631 hrs Trespass After Warning 1919 N Seacrest Blvd
    Officers responded to the Kwik Stop in reference to the manager requesting that officers clear the parking lot of a crowd that had gathered there. Lynch, Melvina (b/f 10-29-63) approached officers and began complaining that officers should not order the crowd to leave. After being given several warnings that she needed to leave or be arrested she stated that officers would just have to arrest her. She was arrested, processed, and released with a NTA.
  • 10-24123 2032 hrs Grand Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Pierre, Cynthia (b/f 3-31-84) and Powell, Tameshia (b/f 8-30-83) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $380.93 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. They were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-24141 2141 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 grams 2000 blk NW 2nd Ct
    Boucard, Duane (b/m 2-4-83) was arrested for possessing an open container of an alcoholic beverage. Search incident to arrest revealed the presence of .6 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-24147 2211 hrs Burglary Fenced Compound 905 N Railroad Ave
    Officers responded to Anytime Towing in reference to a burglary to their fenced compound. It was determined that suspect(s) had broken into the lot and removed a 97 Chevrolet Tahoe (FL tag J364DR) belonging to Amanda Denson. It should be noted that the vehicle had been towed from the Canterbury development less than one hour prior to this incident. There is video of the incident however it was not available at the present time.
  • 10-24170 2351 hrs COV Violation 2240 N Federal Hwy
    Auguste, Wilner (b/m 6-23-66) was arrested after he was found sleeping on a picnic bench in violation of city ordinance 16-46. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-24173 0005 hrs Warrant Arrest 524 SW 1st St
    Larose, Audens (b/m 12-5-86) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-24190 0214 hrs DUI 500 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Lytle, Allison (w/f 3-4-80) was arrested for driving a motor vehicle while under the influence. Once at the Boynton Beach Police Department she refused to provide a sample of her breath. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-24191 0215 hrs DUI 700 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Power, Timothy (w/m 2-11-62) was arrested for operating a bicycle while under the influence, after officers observed him fall off of his bicycle while trying to ride down the road. Once at the Boynton Beach Police Department he refused to provide a sample of his breath. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-24192 0221 hrs Poss Cocaine, Tamper w/ Evidence, R/A 200 W MLK Blvd
    Tripp, Erik (b/m 5-27-91) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of marijuana (less than 20 gms), and cocaine. When officers attempted to take him into custody he resisted and attempted to destroy the crack cocaine by grinding it into the sidewalk. He was ultimately taken into custody, processed, and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for May 20, 2010

  • 10-23861 1720 hrs Warrant Arrest 2850 SW 4th St
    Cook, Ariel (w/f 7-4-81) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-23887 1938 hrs Retail Theft 1901 N Congress Ave
    Camarena, Stephanie (w/f 2-21-90) and a w/f juvenile were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $60 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s. Camarena was released with a NTA. The juvenile was released to her grandmother with a juvenile referral.
  • 10-23931 2306 hrs Burglary Cat Type 82 Tara Lakes Dr W
    Frye, Joshua (w/m 11-12-83) was arrested for burglary after he stole several items from a friend’s residence, while the victim was home. Sgt Hawkins observed Frye on Tara Lakes Dr E and was able to detain him. Frye was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for May 19, 2010

  • 10-23725 0024 hrs  DUI 200 N Federal Hwy
    W/M Brandon M Palazzo DOB 02-28-78 was found to have been driving under the influence following a traffic stop.  Palazzo was taken to the station where he refused to submit a breath sample.  Palazzo was processed and to county jail as a refusal.

Overnight Incidents for May 18, 2010

  • 10-23536    1917 hrs DUI (accident related) 608 NE 1st Street
    W/F Sara I Mandat DOB 03-28-59 was arrested after her car side-swiped a parked Isuzu Rodeo on NE 1st Street.  Further investigation revealed she was under the influence.  Mandat was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-23534    1918 hrs  Burglary (residence) 107 Arthur Court
    Victim stated that between 2100 hrs on 05-05-10 and 1900 hrs this date unknown person(s) entered his residence via unknown means (no sign of forced entry).  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) ransacked his bedroom, overturning dressers.  Victim stated that only item missing appeared to be a painting from his bedroom valued at $500.00.  Crime scene responded to process the scene.
  • 10-23550 2145 hrs  Warrant Arrest  780 E Ocean Avenue
    W/M Timothy Bearson DOB 10-19-50 was found to have two (2) outstanding FTA warrants (Open container & County ordinance violation).  Bearson was processed and sent to county jail after the warrants were confirmed.

Overnight Incidents for May 15, 2010 - May 17, 2010

  • 10-23363 1651hrs Burglary (Attempt) 278 Lake Monterey Cir
    Victim advised that some time between 5-9-10 and 5-16-10 unknown persons attempted to enter her residence through her rear sliding door.  Victim advised that she last exited the sliding glass door on 5-9-10 and when she went out side today she found pry marks.  No suspect information.  Total damage $300.00.
  • 10-23386 2009hrs Warrant Arrest 1200 Old Boynton Rd
    While officers conducted a selective enforcement on Old Boynton Rd. ref. speeders Ofc. Loy came into contact with B/M Schneider Andre DOB 4-4-91.  Andre has never had a driver’s license and had 4 warrants for his arrest ref. FTA.  He was TOT P.B.C.J
  • 10-23307 Burglary Auto, 74 Vista Del Rio 0810hrs
    Occurred overnight, unknown suspects enter two unsecured vehicles in the victim’s driveway and take approx $10.00 from the center console of one vehicle. Crime scene negative.
  • 10-32323 Warrant Arrest, 721 W. Ocean Drive, 1039hrs
    W/F Latasha Williams DOB 07-07-80, FTA L&P $2500.00 Bond TOT PBCJ
  • 10-23339 – Burglary Auto, 101 S. Congress Ave, 1440hrs – 0900-1400hrs
    Unknown suspects broke into three vehicles while church was in session removing items in plain view from there interiors. Locks were punched and windows were broken to gain entry. Crime scene negative.
  • 10-23338 – Burglary Structure, 2240 NW 1st St, 1326hrs – 0940-1326hrs
    Unknown suspects gained entry to a shed in the rear yard of the residence removing $320.00 in property to include a lawnmower and bicycle. The lawnmower was entered N/FCIC as victim was able to provide proper information for an entry. Crime scene negative
  • 10-23178 1554 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Talerico, Christine (w/f 10-26-80) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $138 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-23169 1555 hrs Disorderly Intoxication 909 N Seacrest Blvd
    Owens, Adriell (b/m 1-16-76) was arrested after he was found to be intoxicated and causing a disturbance at the Sim’s Barber Shop. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-23189 1818 hrs Disorderly Intoxication 365 N Congress Ave
    Lopez-Vera, Juan (w/m 3-7-67) was arrested after he was found to be intoxicated and causing a disturbance at the Carolina Ale House. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-23229 2143 hrs Warrant Arrest 744 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Hillman, Charles (w/m 10-9-61) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-23256 2318 hrs R/A w/out Violence 1151 N Congress Ave
    Roseme, Sheilla (b/f 4-16-92) and two juveniles were arrested after they caused a disturbance at Cinemark. They then refused to provide any ID information to officers who were attempting to provide them with a trespass warning. They were processed and released with a NTA, or juvenile referrals.
  • 10-23115 0806 hours Burglary/Auto 2992 Quantum Lakes Drive
    Between 1000 and 1530 hours on 05/14/10 unknown suspects entered the victim’s unlocked 2009 Nissan Altima and removed the following items; IPOD Apple Touch, Oakley Sunglasses, 90 Roxycodone 30 mg pills, 40 Roxycodone 15 mg pills, 14 Zanax 2mg pills, 15 Penicillin pills, and 40 CD’s.
  • 10-23124 0956 hours Strong Arm Robbery 550 E. Woolbright Road (Bealls Outlet)
    A W/M wearing a gray tee shirt, and dark pants entered the above location and walked to the men’s shoe area. The victim, Bealls employee, recognized the W/M from past incidents and watched him select a pair of Maui Surf shoes. The W/M then tried to walk out of the location without paying at which time the victim confronted him. The W/M swung at the victim with a closed fist but missed. The W/M then hit the victim with a shoe and fled west bound towards Publix (501 SE 18th Avenue). As units arrived on scene they located W/M David Bulauski 12/13/69 in front of Publix and he appeared to be seating profusely and matched the description given. Bulauski was detained and a show up positively identified him as the suspect in the robbery. Bulauski was arrested on numerous charges and later tot’d to PBCJ
  • 10-22984 1658 hrs Retail Theft 301 N Federal Hwy
    Valenzuela, Ana (w/f 2-6-60) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $95.43 worth of merchandise from CVS. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-22998 1753 hrs Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Shuster, Jane (w/f 12-25-56) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $212.92 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-23053 2259 hrs Driving on Cancelled Lic 1200 Old Boynton Rd
    Flores Flores, Cesar (w/m 7-10-86) was arrested after it was learned that he was operating a motor vehicle with a license that had been canceled since 2008. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-23074 0020 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 grams 1400 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Puglielli, Anthony (w/m 4-3-90) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 2.7 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
      

Overnight Incidents for May 14, 2010

  • 10-22809 1647 hrs   Burglary (residence)  616 SW 1st Avenue
    Victim stated that between 1900 hrs on 05-12-10 and 0800 hrs on 05-13-10 unknown person(s) stole his green Next Chaos BMX style bicycle ($100.00) from his fenced-in backyard.  Victim stated the delay in reporting was due to attending school.
  • 10-22810  1647 hrs Burglary (residence)  311 NE 16th Avenue
    Victim stated that between 0745 hrs and 1640 hrs unknown person(s) entered her residence by breaking a rear bedroom window.  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole a HP digital camera ($300.00), a brown Gap men’s watch ($100.00), a Sheffield watch ($50.00), cash ($500.00), and $50.00 worth of coins.

Overnight Incidents for May 11, 2010 - May 13, 2010

  • 10-022651 18:39 hrs R/A Without Violence 1919 N Seacrest Blvd.
    Arrested: B/M Corey Johnson DOB 10-12-78; Arrested: B/F Ruth Streets DOB 7-7-61
  • 10-022675 21:09 hrs Possession of Contraband 1075 NW 10th  Street
    Arrested: B/M Jamar Watson DOB 1-22-87; Arrested: W/M Paul Knowlton DOB 10-30-90
  • 10-022683 22:31hrs Failed To Stop for Officer 100 NE 15TH Ave.
    Arrested: W/F Theresa Ann Long DOB 3-3-58; Officer Jones attempted a traffic stop on a 2003 Gray Lancer bearing Fl. Tag N95-6ER. The vehicle continued into Delray Beach, after Officer Jones discontinued the stop in the 2300 block of South Federal Hwy. Delray Beach units picked up the vehicle as it returned to the address located in their city (207 Tropic Isle Dr.) Officer Jones responded to the address after Delray notified that they had the vehicle and driver. Jones positively identified the driver. Delray Beach charged Long with DUI and child neglect after their investigation determined that a child 5 YOA was left locked in the residence unattended, while Long went out drinking for the night. DBPD case #10-12471. Jones issued several citations for her driving pattern along with Fleeing and Eluding. PC was sent to PBCJ. Delray took physical custody of Long.
  • 10-22463 1832 hrs Grand Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Rivera, Eric (w/m 11-20-81) and Reyes Baez, Shadira (w/f 12-4-86) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $662 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. They were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-22468 1905 hrs Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Conley, Bettie (b/f 3-4-59) and Harvey, Sandra (b/f 9-4-53) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $224 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. They were processed and released with NTA’s.
  • 10-22520 2340 hrs Poss Schedule II w/out RX 500 NW 11th Ave
    Inman, Jerome (b/m 9-1-77) was taken into custody in reference to two outstanding arrest warrants (BBPD 10-22530). Search incident to arrest revealed that he was in possession of four 5mg oxycodone pills. Inman was complaining of back pain he received as a result of an unrelated assault. He was cleared and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-22539 0135 hrs Warrant Arrest 645 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Johnson, Kelly (b/m 12-2-74) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for May 10, 2010

  • 10-22272 1834 hrs Burglary Residence 702 N Chippewa Cir
    Between 1100 and 1700 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence. Stolen was several video games and a video game console. Total loss is estimated at $400. Crime scene and neighborhood canvas was negative. 
  • 10-22261 1843 hrs Animal Cruelty 4740 N Congress Ave
    Officers responded to the above location in reference to two dogs having been left in a vehicle which appeared to be suffering from the effects of the heat. The animals were removed from the vehicle and taken to Boynton Beach Animal Care and Control. After a period of over one hour the dog’s owner contacted police about the animals. Harris, William (w/m 2-24-48) responded to the police department, where he was charged with animal cruelty. He was released with a NTA. 
  • 10-22274 1951 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 501 SE 18th Ave
    Matias, Maricio (w/m 1-20-90) was arrested after he was found passed out on the side of the Publix in possession of an open container of alcohol and a marijuana blunt. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-22278 2031 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 1625 S Federal Hwy
    Caniff, Dale (w/m 3-18-65) was arrested after causing a disturbance at the Pizza Hut. Search incident to arrest revealed that he was in possession of 2.3 grams of marijuana. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-22326 0246 hrs Burglary Attempt 524 E Gateway BlvdUnits responded to the above location in reference to a burglary alarm. Upon arrival they observed the storm shutter pried open with the glass door beneath shattered. Officers reported hearing movement inside and K9 responded to clear the business. It appears that they fled prior to making entry due to the alarm sounding. Tools were left behind and recovered from the scene


Overnight Incidents for May 8, 2010 - May 10, 2010

  • 10-022087 16:27 hrs Stolen Vehicle 412 NE 1 St
    NCIC/FCIC entry on a lawn trailer bearing FL tag A393VA. The trailer contained a Toro zero turn mower $3500, one echo edger $450, one echo weed eater$250, one echo hedge trimmer $300, one echo pole saw $426, one echo blower $325. Serial numbers to follow at later date.
  • 10-022128 10:02 hrs DUI/ Traffic Crash 2200 North Congress Ave.
    Arrested: Roger Wayne Fox DOB 8-8-51.
  • 10-22502 1047 hrs 501 SE 18th Ave  Strong-arm Robbery (arrest)
    B/M, Williams, Arthur (DOB: 12-12-64) was seen by PUBLIX employees (via c.c.t.v.) committing a retail theft. L.P.O. for PUBLIX confronted Williams outside the business in possession of hygiene products that he had not paid for after exiting with them; concealed in a PUBLIX cloth bag. LPO advised that he needed to return the items to the business and picked up the bag. Williams began to strike the LPO on the arm, while at the same time, pulling the bag from the LPO’s grasp. Williams was able to gain control of the bag and fled the area on bicycle. Williams was discovered by officers in the area of SE 1 ST and SE 12 Ave; still in possession of the concealed items from PUBLIX. Show-up by LPO yielded positive identification of Williams. Williams was charged with (1) count of strong arm robbery and (1) count of retail theft. Items were returned to PUBLIX without damage. Williams was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-22059 1137 hrs 2700 S Cong. Ave Poss. Contraband (arrest)
    Officers observed W/M Dodge, Daniel (DOB: 08-25-73) walking north on the sidewalk while drinking from an opened bottle of beer. Officers made contact with Dodge who explained he had just left a friend’s residence and was on his way home. Search incident to arrest, officers recovered an Oxycodone pill (30mg) stuck inside the wrapping of his pack of cigarettes. Dodge was unable to produce a prescription for the pill in his possession. Dodge was charged with (1) count of possession of a schedule II narcotic (w/o prescription), and (1) C.O.V. for the open container. Dodge was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-21928 1625 hrs Burglary (residence) 716 N Chippewa Circle
    Victim stated that between 2300 hrs on 05-03-10 and 1700 hrs on 05-07-10 unknown person(s) entered his residence via an unsecured sliding glass door.  Taken was an 18” 14K gold Figaro link necklace ($1000.00) with a 14K white and yellow gold crucifix ($300.00) from a jewelry box in the bedroom.  Also taken was a container of coins valued at $50.00.  It should be noted there were other pieces of more valuable jewelry which were left untouched by the unknown suspect(s).
  • 10-21911 1651 hrs Flee & Elude/Child Neglect  432 NE 15th Court
    B/M Kerry T Eveillard DOB 12-03-89 was arrested after he refused to stop his black ’04 Chevy Impala for police who were attempting a traffic stop.  Eveillard drove aggressively and recklessly from the 400 block of NE 14th Avenue until he pulled into the driveway at 432 NE 15th Court.  As officers took Eveillard into custody they discovered that he had his 2 year old nephew in the car.  The nephew was not in a child restraint seat or wearing a seat belt.  DCF was notified.
  • 10-21930 1755 hrs Burglary (auto) 1500 SW 8th Street
    Victim stated that between 1745 hrs and 1755 hrs unknown person(s) entered her black ’06 Volkswagen Passat by smashing the front passenger window.  Victim had placed her purse on the rear seat while she went inside Home Depot.  Taken from the Passat was her Michael Kors purse ($250.00) which contained a Michael Kors wallet ($10.00) and $6.00 cash.
  • 10-21954 2110 hrs Battery (Emergency Medical) 2815 S Seacrest Boulevard
    W/F Rhonda Snorek DOB 03-12-62 was arrested after she kicked two nurses in the Bethesda Hospital ER who were attempting to triage her.  Snorek was medically cleared and the sent to county jail.
  • 10-21815 0602 hrs 1600 N Federal attempted burglary
    Officers responded to a perimeter alarm at the EZ Wireless store.  A concrete object was found outside the window and corresponding marks on the window indicated an attempted glass break. As officers entered the lot, 2 B/M’s were at the bus stop in front of the business. One was acting oddly and then was leaving the area by the time officers found the concrete object.  Officers spoke to the first B/M then the second B/M attempted to conceal himself in the 500 block of NE 15th Ave.  After a brief foot pursuit and the subject jumping in the canal, he was taken into custody.  The video from the store clearly showed this B/M Clemens, Darron Jr (01/31/1986) attempting to break the window. Subject TOT PBCJ
  • 10-21816 0639 hrs Homing Inn auto burglary
    Between 0100 and 0630 hrs unknown persons broke in to a Chevy suburban via an already broken back window. Once inside suspects rummaged through he vehicle, ripped open the dashboard, and took the radio.
  • 10-21822 0759 hrs 802 Meadows Cir trespass after warning
    B/M Kunta Riddick 2-20-77 was arrested violated the trespass warning from case10-21820. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-21852 1051 hrs 3000 S Fed Hwy Burglary (Fenced Compound)
    Witness advised that sometime between 1800 hrs on 05-07-10 and 1045 hrs on this date, unk. suspect(s) used a cutting instrument to gain entry through the fence onto the property. Investigation of the property revealed that (3) storage units had been burglarized; locks were cut. Property was taken from only one of the units consisting of tools, electronics, and household goods. Crime scene revealed negative results.
  • 10-21734 1625 hrs Burglary (residence) 87 Maple Lane
    Victim stated that between 0900 hrs and 1600 hrs unknown person(s) entered his residence by smashing a bedroom window to the rear of the house.  Taken from the residence was miscellaneous male clothing ($1,000.00).  Also taken was miscellaneous jewelry ($6,500.00) belonging to his wife.  The unknown suspect(s) exited via the front door which was found closed but unlocked.  CST McKinlay arrived and processed the scene.
  • 10-21757 2021 hrs Burglary (auto) 1775 N Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that at 1900 hrs she parked her black ’09 Mini Cooper in the parking lot of 24HR Fitness.  She placed her black Hype purse ($379.00) in the trunk of her car.  At 2015 hrs she returned to car and discovered that unknown person(s) smashed the rear window to the car and made entry.  The unknown suspect(s) used the trunk release to open the trunk and remove the purse which contained an Apple I-phone ($400.00), her FL D/L, Bank of America Visa, and her IBM credit union checkbook.

Overnight Incidents for May 7, 2010

  • 10-21544 1739 hrs Organized Scheme to Defraud 701 N Congress Ave
    Freeman, Steven (w/m 2-12-88) was arrested after investigation revealed that he had been stealing merchandise and cash from his employer, Plato’s Closet, over a period of several months. He admitted his acts, which totaled $288.94 in loss to the business. He was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-21568 1943 hrs Poss Sched IV w/out Prescription 2605 W Woolbright Rd
    Herbert, Dennis (w/m 2-27-47) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of three Xanax pills without a prescription. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-21581 2032 hrs  Battery on LEO 400 NW 11th Ave
    Officers attempted to stop Strothers, Leroy (b/m 12-8-81) for riding a bicycle with no light. Strothers fled from officers on foot. After a brief pursuit officers caught up with Strothers, at which time he battered Ofc Vargas. Strothers was then taken into custody after having been tasered. Strothers was arrested, and after receiving medical clearance, he was TOT PBCJ. SIR completed.
  • 10-21597 2201 hrs Filing False Report 20 Farnworth Dr
    BBPD received a call from the Redding, CA Police Department. They advised that they had received a call from a subject claiming that he was raping a 15 year old male. They were able to trace the phone number back to Boynton Beach. Investigation led officers to 20 Farnworth Dr. Upon arrival contact was made with Hartness, Paul (w/m 11-12-67). Post-Miranda Hartness admitted to making the call, claiming that he had made up the entire episode due to being lonely, bored, and looking for attention. Based upon the above he was arrested for filing a false report. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for May 6, 2010

  • 10-21316 1710 hrs Warrant Arrest 1600 S Federal Hwy
    Chmilarski, Judy (w/f 11-22-65) was arrested after officers became aware of two outstanding warrants for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-21335 1844 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 500 E Boynton Beach Blvd
    As a result of a traffic stop, Joseph, Jeffrey (b/m 2-5-85) was found to be in possession of 7.3 grams of marijuana. He was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-21348 1935 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20 gms 3105 Ocean Parkway
    Poole, James (b/m 4-5-92) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 1 gram of marijuana. Due to an outstanding warrant from the juvenile courts (BBPD 10-21360) he was processed and TOT JAC.

Overnight Incidents for May 5, 2010

  • 10-21090  1751 hrs  Shoplifting 650 N Congress Avenue
    W/M Omri D Michaelov DOB 02-21-85 was arrested after he was observed stealing $500.00 worth of merchandise from Target.  Michaelov was processed and sent to county jail.  The two Sony PSP’s were recovered and returned to Target loss prevention.
  • 10-21122 1953 hrs Burglary (residence) 107 Arthur Court
    Victim stated that between 1400 hrs on 05-02-10 and 1800 hrs this date unknown person(s) entered his residence via an unsecured bathroom window.  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole a floor safe ($350.00) which contained miscellaneous papers from his office.  Also taken was a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver which was taken from his bedroom nightstand.  The handgun was entered into FCIC/NCIC was stolen.
  • 10-21125 2045 hrs  Warrant Arrest 800 NW 11th Street
    W/M Stephen J Nitsch DOB 07-21-85 was found to have two outstanding warrants (FTA for retail theft and FTA for DWLS).  Nitsch was sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-21146 2234 hrs Warrant Arrest 400 E Ocean Avenue W/M Daniel Saldivar DOB 07-22-61 was found to have an outstanding warrant (FTA for DWLS).  Saldivar was sent to county after the warrant was confirmed.

Overnight Incidents for May 4, 2010

  • 10-20898 1617 hrs Burglary (residence) 10 Valencia Drive
    Victim stated that between 0730 hrs and 1600 hrs unknown person(s) entered her residence by smashing a living room window with a rock.  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) ransacked her bedroom and a computer room.  Taken were a Toshiba laptop ($1500.00), an unknown make/model video camera ($300.00), DKNY sunglasses ($200.00), an Apple Ipod ($300.00), and miscellaneous jewelry ($14,000).
  • 10-20908  1900 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Avenue
    W/F Cindy Vargas was arrested after she was observed stealing $325.00 worth of merchandise from Macy’s.  Vargas was processed and sent to county jail.  The merchandise was recovered by Macy’s loss prevention.
  • 10-20919  2021 hrs Resisting w/o Violence  1500 S Congress Avenue
    W/M Jose A Rodriguez DOB 12-14-72 was arrested after he was stopped for careless driving.  Rodriguez refused to present his driver’s license upon demand.  He then began questioning the officer’s authority for making such a request.  For safety concerns, officers requested that he exit his green ’92 Ford Ranger which he also refused to do.  As officers attempted to place him under arrest, Rodriguez continued to actively resist resulting in the use of OC spray.  Rodriguez was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-20926 2052 hrs Burglary (auto)3111 S Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that between 2000 hrs and 2045 hrs unknown person(s) entered his white ’08 Honda CRV by breaking the front passenger window.  The car was parked at the Tennis Center.  Taken from the Honda was a Motorola Android cell phone ($600.00).
  • 10-20929 2113 hrs Burglary (auto) 3111 S Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that between 1800 hrs and 2100 hrs unknown person(s) entered his gray ’07 Audi IRS 5 by breaking the front passenger window.  The car was parked at the Tennis Center.  Taken from the car was a blue tote bag which was on the front seat.  Inside the bag were a Blackberry cell phone ($100), a Samsung cell phone ($100), a calculator ($50), and some miscellaneous jewelry ($600).

Overnight Incidents for May 1, 2010 - May 3, 2010

  • 10-20766 1958 hrs Flee & Elude 415 SW 4th Ave
    Units responded to the area in reference to reports of a black male on a motorcycle driving recklessly in the area. Upon arrival Ofc Williams observed the male on the motorcycle and attempted a traffic stop. The male fled from Ofc Williams and ultimately attempted to conceal the motorcycle in the back yard of 415 SW 4th Ave. The male then fled on foot, but was caught a short distance away. He was identified as Lorme, Jethro (b/m 3-22-92). He was arrested and charged with operating a motorcycle without the required endorsement, fleeing and eluding, and resisting arrest without violence. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-20689 0648 Hrs. Burglary/Residence (Cat Type) 1310 Coastal Bay Blvd.
    While sleeping over night unknown suspect/s entered through a rear slider and took jewelry, monies, 32” TV, Laptops, IPOD, and a cell phone. Some of the items were taken off of the bed the victims were sleeping in. Dog in the residence didn’t alert. Victim heard a noise sometime during the night but didn’t check into it.
  • 10-20705 0953 Hrs.  Burglary/Auto  51 Miner Road
    Victim reports sometime over night unknown persons entered his vehicle by unknown means and took his stereo.
  • 10-20716 1133 Hrs.   Burglary/Auto   3450 Ocean Pkwy.
    Victim reports sometime over night unknown persons entered his vehicle by unknown means and took his stereo
  • 10-20680 0252 hrs  Burglary/Voyeurism 1215 S Seacrest Blvd
    Hall, Kushatah (b/m 4-12-85) was arrested and charged with burglary, loitering, and voyeurism. This was after he was observed “peeking” through the window of an 18 year old female. The girl’s father chased Hall out of the yard, where Sgt Hawkins observed the incident and gave chase. A perimeter was established and K9 Kaos was able to track Hall to his place of concealment approximately three blocks away. Hall was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-20513 0554 Hrs.  DUI Arrest  1690 Renaissance Commons Blvd.
    Complainant called about an intoxicated male trying to ram the security gate. Officers arrived to find W/M Adam Wohlers passed out in his vehicle with it still in drive. He was approximately 6 inches from the gate but never hit it. Turns out he lived in the building but was too drunk to figure out how to use his remote gate opener. Officer Shane escorted Wohlers to the PBCJ.
  • 10-20533 1012 Hrs.   Open Container  905 W. Woolbright Road (RaceTrac)
    Officer Schalk located a residentially challenged male (W/M Robert Jantelle) loitering and drinking on the property. He was lodged at the PBCJ.
  • 10-20423  1930hrs  Burglary 1571 NW 2 Lane
    Delayed 4/14/10-4/30/10. Owner discovered John Deere lawnmower, Echo weed eater and blower stolen.
  • 10-20448 2103hrs   Disorderly Intox/Resisting   1620 S. Fed Hwy
    w/m Joseph Cortino arrested for disorderly intox.  Cortino was subsequently medically cleared and t.o.t. PBCJ.  SIR completed.
  • 10-20483 2343hrs Disorderly Intox 1500 W. Gateway
    w/m  Senica Dick House 2/8/82 was involved in an affray in the above establishment.  Senica Dick House then created a disturbance in the parking lot.  Senica Dick House was arrested and released with a Notice to Appear.

Overnight Incidents for April 30, 2010

  • 10-20214  1713 hrs  Burglary (auto) 7592 High Ridge Road
    Victim stated that at 1700 hrs she parked her black ’07 GMC Yukon in rear parking lot of Lake Worth Christian School.  Leaving the SUV unsecured, the victim went inside to pick up her child.  When she returned to her SUV she noticed her gold and silver Chloe purse ($1,000.00) missing.  Inside the purse was a brown alligator leather Brahmin wallet ($250.00) as well as her Florida D/L and Bank of America debit card.  The incident was captured on the school’s security system and appears to show a black male in a white T-shirt and black sandals exit a silver 4dr compact car which was parked adjacent to the SUV.  The male is seen entering the driver’s side of the SUV and removing the purse.
  • 10-20236  1740 hrs Stolen Auto (m/c)  2940 Quantum Lakes Drive
    Victim stated that between 2000 hrs on 04-28-10 and 0600 hrs on 04-29-10 unknown person(s) stole his blue ’02 Suzuki GSXR 600 motorcycle bearing VT tag GX501 ($4,000.00) from the parking lot.  Victim was still in possession of his keys; no one had permission to operate the motorcycle and there is no lien.  The bike was entered into FCIC/NCIC as stolen.
  • 10-20229 1820 hrs DUI  204 Asbury Way
    W/M Michael Richards DOB 02-17-65 was arrested for DUI after he called police for assistance with picking up his 5 year old daughter from her grandmother’s apartment.  When Richards stepped out of his green Ford F-350 to explain why he needed assistance a 32 oz Bud Lite can fell out.  Richards was unsteady on his feet and smelled of alcoholic beverage.   Richards failed the field sobriety tasks and was placed under arrest.  He was processed and sent to county jail.  The daughter remained with the grandmother.

Overnight Incidents for April 29, 2010

  • 10-20046  2039 hrs  Warrant Arrest  1801 SW Congress Boulevard
    W/M James L Gomperts DOB 08-19-62 was found to have an outstanding warrant (FTA for retail theft).  Gomperts was processed and sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.

Overnight Incidents for April 28, 2010

  • 10-19839 2054 Poss Narcotics/ Retail Theft  801 N Congress Ave
    Giles, Johnnie (w/f 10-4-91) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $1808 worth of jewelry from JC Penney’s. Search incident to arrest revealed the presence of Xanax, without a prescription, and marijuana. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-19857 2224 hrs Warrant Arrest 3300 S Congress Ave
    Scholoesser, Kent (w/m 9-28-82) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-19874 0011 hrs Warrant Arrest 1700 N Congress Ave
    Thomas, Carl (b/m 6-8-90) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for April 27, 2010

  • 10-19577 1604 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Clarke, Anna-Kay (b/f 9-19-89) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $201.60 worth of merchandise from JC Penney. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-19622 2053 hrs  Warrant Arrest 2751 Promenade Ave
    Bean, Kaswanna (b/f 1-18-88) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-19635 2154 hrs Simple Battery 2861 S Seacrest Blvd #H-6
    Tesch, Steven (w/m 6-5-66) was arrested after investigation revealed that he had battered a neighbor while he was intoxicated. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. 

 

Overnight Incidents for April 24, 2010 - April 26, 2010

  • 10-19477  0139 hrs  GTA (attempt) 1 Renaissance Way
    Security for the complex noticed an H/M acting suspiciously in the parking garage.  When approached by security the male ran from the garage.  The security guard then discovered a black ’99 Yamaha R1 motorcycle with its ignition “punched” and the key plate partially cut off.  Contact was made with the victim who advised that this was new damage and the bike had been pushed to a different parking spot.  A canvass of the area was negative for the male.
  • 10-19342  0615 hrs  Burglary (Cat-type) 504 Villa Cir
    Victim advised he and his son were asleep in their residence between 0200-0300 hrs. on 04-25-10 when unk. suspect(s) entered through an unsecured sliding glass door (approx. 4’ from couch) and removed electronics and jewelry valued at approx. $4,000. Crime scene negative. No suspect(s).
  • 10-19169 1147 hrs Warrant Arrest  320 NE 11th Ave
    Officers responded to the residence in ref. to a welfare check. An F/NCIC check of records revealed Daniella Orozco (w/f, DOB: 08-06-82) had an active warrant. Orozco was TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-19248   1623 hrs  Burglary (auto) 3200 Old Boynton Road
    Victim stated that between 1500 hrs and 1522 hrs unknown person(s) stole his XM radio ($200.00) from his blue ’02 BMW 325 CI while he was parked at Wal-Mart.  Victim left the convertible top down and the unknown suspect(s) merely reached in and grabbed the portable device from the dash. The incident was not captured on Wal-Mart’s surveillance.
  • 10-19304 2312 hrs  Burglary (attempt) 815 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Victim stated that between 1400 hrs and 2230 hrs unknown person(s) kicked in her front door ($250.00) damaging the doorframe and the knob and deadbolt.  Victim stated that nothing appears to be missing and it is unknown if entry was made.
  • 10-19169 0923 hrs Burglary Auto 439 SW 8th Ave
    Victim advised that he had parked/secured his white in color, GMC van at approx. 0030 hrs on 04-24-10. Victim advised that when he returned to his vehicle at approx. 0930 hrs later the same morning, he observed the pass. side window was shattered. A Garmin GPS was removed from the vehicle. Crime scene negative. No suspect(s).
  • 10-19174 0940 hrs   Poss. Contraband (arrest)  1200 S Fed Hwy
    Resulting from a traffic stop for an improper display of tag, W/M Roman, Guillermo (08/12/70) was found to be in possession of a marijuana cigarette and 0.6 grams of powder cocaine. Roman was taken into custody and TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-19180 1003 hrs Burglary Auto 1402 SW 27th Ave
    Victim advised he had parked/secured his white in color, Honda Prelude at approx. 0030 hrs on 04-24-10. Victim advised that when he returned to his vehicle at approx. 0930 hrs later the same morning, he observed the door handle on the pass. side door had been “popped.” The car stereo/amplifier and some barber equipment were removed from the vehicle. Crime scene negative. No suspect(s).
  • 10-19187 1020 hrs  Burglary Auto  815 W Boytnon Bch Blvd
    Victim advised he had parked/secured his white in color, Chevy van at approx. 0200 hrs on 04-24-10. Victim advised that when he returned to his vehicle at approx. 0945 hrs later the same morning, he observed the passenger side sliding door was open. Closer investigation revealed the driver side door lock had been “popped.” A Garmin GPS was removed from the vehicle. Crime scene negative. No suspect(s).
  • 10-19205 1152 hrs Missing/Endangered Adult 2121 SW Park Dr
    Complainant advised that her 93 y/o husband, Louis Chmella (w/m, DOB: 09-16-15), who suffers from the early stages of dementia, has impaired vision (nearly blind), and is hard of hearing had left the residence without her knowledge was missing for approx. 1 hour. A command post was established at the residence. While officers were searching the area, Louis was returned to his residence after being observed by a neighbor. DCF notified.
  • 10-19021 1606 hrs Shoplifting 801 N Congress Avenue
    W/M Frederick L Smart DOB 08-13-61 was arrested after he was caught stealing a Cooks microwave ($100.00) and a Cuisinart food processor ($320.00) from Sears.  Smart was additionally identified as the person who stole a Cooks 10 piece pot and pan set ($200.00) on 04-18-10, and a 40 piece Phillip Richard dish set ($100.00) and a 20 piece Linden Street flatware set ($80.00) on 04-22-10.  Smart was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-19043 1804 hrs Burglary (auto) 1561 Stonehaven Drive
    Victim stated that between 1200 hrs and 1800 hrs unknown person(s) entered his work truck (red ’97 Ford F-250) by “punching” the door lock.  Taken from the truck was a black nylon shoulder bag ($10.00) which contained his wallet ($10.00), cash ($1500.00), a Brazilian passport, Brazilian D/L, and a Washington Mutual ATM card.  Victim stated he recalled seeing a b/f watching him as he counted his money in the Bank of America drive thru.  He then observed this same female in front of the Banyan Lakes apt. office as he was parking the truck.
  • 10-19086 2115 hrs Possession of Contraband 2000 S Federal Hwy
    B/M Seth R Bean DOB 07-24-81 was found to be in possession of 10.1 grams of marijuana following a traffic stop.  Bean was processed and released a NTA.
  • 10-19097 2141 hrs Burglary (residence) 3105 SE 1st Place
    Victim stated that at 2130 hrs he was notified by his alarm company of a garage window activation.  Victim returned to his residence to find the garage window open and the front door unlocked.  Victim stated he checked his residence and discovered that unknown person(s) had rummaged through his dresser drawers but nothing was taken (probably due to the alarm activation).

Overnight Incidents for April 23, 2010

  • 10-18835 1617 hrs  Burglary Residence  3630 Quantum Lakes Dr
    Between 0500 and 1600 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by prying open a sliding glass door. Once inside they stole two televisions, an Xbox 360, and 15 games. Total loss is estimated at $2800. Crime scene and canvas were negative.
  • 10-18842 1702 hrs Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Rios, Luis (w/m 4-22-73) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $55.38 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-18867 1954 hrs  Poss Scheduled Drug  500 N Seacrest Blvd
    Ziskin, Brian (w/m 6-13-72) was found to be in possession of Vicodin, Soma, and Xanax without prescriptions. He was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-18870 2008 hrs Warrant Arrest 2010 S Federal Hwy
    Begens, Bradley (w/m 10-20-87) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest.
  • 10-18872 2011 hrs  DUI 1700 N Congress Ave
    Maisto, Stephen (w/m 11-11-55) was arrested for driving under the influence. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-18926 0124 hrs Criminal Mischief 3500 Clubhouse Ln
    Levine, Gary (w/m 3-19-56) was arrested after he intentionally damaged the arm on the Hunter’s Run security gate. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for April 22, 2010

  • 10-18661 1758 hrs Warrant Arrest 5000 N Ocean Blvd
    Crosbie, Paul (w/m 2-15-62) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-18676 1954 hrs Warrant Arrest 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Lucien, Tony (b/m 3-23-90) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-18681 2013 hrs Retail Theft 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Riviere, Dyna (b/f 10-15-91) and a juvenile were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $69.17 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. They were processed and released. Riviere with a NTA, and the juvenile to her legal guardian with a juvenile referral.
  • 10-18682 2019 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Sievwright, Angela (b/f 4-8-68) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $49.00 worth of merchandise from Sears. She was processed and TOT PBCJ, due to her residing in Broward County.
  • 10-18735 0252 hrs Burglary Business 717 S Federal Hwy
    Units responded in reference to a burglar alarm. Upon arrival they found the steel bars covering the rear window cut off of the building with a hacksaw (which was left behind). It appeared that the suspect(s) set off the motion alarm as they attempted to enter through the window, and fled prior to police arrival.

Overnight Incidents for April 21, 2010

  • 10-18510 1913 hrs Burglary (attempt)  9 Largo Way
    Victim stated that between 0830 hrs and 1730 hrs unknown person(s) attempted to enter her residence by prying the front door.  Victim came home to find the front door lock broken and the door frame cracked.  Entry however, had not been gained.  Damage to the door was $250.00.
  • 10-18515 1933 hrs Burglary (auto) 2 Crossing Circle
    Victim stated that between 1900 hrs and 1930 hrs unknown person(s) entered his white ’06 Chevy van by smashing the front passenger window.  Taken from the van was a Tom Tom GPS ($300.00).
  • 10-18525 2048 hrs Possession of Contraband 424 NE 14th Avenue
    B/M Marcus Dorcent DOB 04-28-91 was found to be in possession of 3.2 grams of marijuana following a traffic stop.  Dorcent was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-18542 2242 hrs Burglary (auto) 1333 N Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that between 2150 hrs and 2240 hrs unknown person(s) entered her yellow ’06 Chrysler by smashing the driver side window.  The car was parked at the Bru’s Room restaurant.  Taken from the car was a Russia purse ($194.00) which was on the front seat.  Inside the purse were a Verizon cell phone ($195.00) and a Visa debit card.

Overnight Incidents for April 20, 2010

  • 10-18357 2029 hrs  Warrant Arrest  1005 N Seacrest Blvd
    B/M Gerald Bell DOB 05-18-64 was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant (open container) after he was stopped for riding a bike without a light.  Bell was processed and sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-18362 2048 hrs Burglary (auto) 2585 SW 14th Street
    Victim stated that between 2125 hrs on 04-18-10 and 0800 hrs this date unknown person(s) entered his silver ’04 Mitsubishi Endeavor.  Taken from the SUV were two (2) Shark custom fishing rods with 100lb test lines ($2400.00) and a Garmin GPS ($125.00).
  • 10-18364 2124 hrs Theft 3200 Old Boynton Road
    Victim stated that between 1600 hrs and 2000 hrs unknown person(s) removed/cut the catalytic converter ($250.00) from his white ’02 Chevy Venture.  Victim is an employee of Wal-Mart and noticed on his lunch break that his car’s exhaust was louder than normal.

Overnight Incidents for April 16, 2010 - April 19, 2010

  • 10-18209 1916 hrs Retail Theft  501 SE 18th Ave
    Cargill, Liberty (w/f 5-11-72) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $9.08 worth of merchandise from Publix. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-18154 0714 hours  GTA 1721 Stonehaven Drive #6
    Between 2200 hours on 04/17/10 and 0714 hours this date unknown suspects stole the victim’s 2004 Chevy Cobalt bearing Fl X919DN. The vehicle had already been recovered by Delray Beach PD in a canal in their jurisdiction. The owner was notified of the location were the vehicle was being towed.
  • 10-18156 0748 hours Burglary/Auto 444 S. Circle Drive
    Between 2245 hours on 04/17/10 and 0745 hours this date unknown suspects smashed out the driver’s side window of the victim’s 1999 Mazda 626 and made entry. Once inside the suspects removed the vehicles Sony radio and a wallet.
  • 10-18160 0900 Hours Burglary/Auto  419 S. Circle Drive
    Between 2300 hours on 04/17/10 and 0900 hours this date unknown suspects smashed out the rear window of the victims Toyota Camry and made entry. The victim does not believe anything is missing from the vehicle at this time.
  • 10-18181 1213 hours  Resisting Arrest W/O   105 NE 14th Avenue
    Officer Cooney observed B/M Tyree McDuffy 08/08/84 in the area and remembered that he had active felony PC for Aggravated Battery w/Deadly Weapon (Firearm), Aggravated Assault (Firearm), and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon in reference to BBPD case # 10-16588. McDuffy attempted to elude Officer Cooney on foot, but was captured after a short foot chase. B/M Glenn Jackson 05/29/81 and B/M Joshua McGrady 07/21/88 were arrested for Obstruction for their interference with Officer Cooney during his foot pursuit and his ability to secure McDuffy. All three were tot’d PBCJ.
  • 10-18065  1825 hrs Burglary 108 Meadows Circle
    Victim/ Tracy Williams observed 3 b/m’s roll up the door and enter her portable storage unit as she was in the residence packing.  One of the subjects attempted to take something and she yelled "STOP! GET OUT OF THERE!" causing the subjects to flee the area.  Nothing found to be missing – search was negative for the subjects.
  • 10-18093 2039 hrs Warrant 120 NE 3rd Ave
    b/m Arthur Williams was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant.  He was Tot’d PBCJ
  • 10-18100   2145 hrs  Burglary Residence (Cat Type)  207 S. Seacrest Blvd
    W/F Vicki Hammel (DOB 5-13-1952) who stated she discovered an unknown B/M inside her residence as she exited her bathroom and walked into the living room.  The B/M described as approx. 6’ tall and thin build, wearing a green hooded sweatshirt ran out the back door when she yelled at him to get out.  Investigation found the screen to the back door had been cut and the door found unlocked.  Search of the area was negative.
  • 10-18105 2214 hrs Aggravated Battery  405 SE 23rd Ave (#B)
    B/F Shawn Grobman stated her co-worker B/M Johnny Dunn called her and asked she come by his residence to explain why he had not showed up for work today.  Upon arrival, he attacked her, pushing her onto a bed and began to choke her.  The attack was unprovoked and she was able to escape.  Contact with Dunn was negative.  Charges to be filed.
  • 10-18120 2346 hrs Burglary Auto 905 N. Railroad Ave
    W/m Dale Dominguez stated between 04/17/2010 20:19:00 and 04/18/2010 00:00:00 unk suspect(s) broke the driver side window of his wrecker bearing a Fl. tag of E7682C and took a TOM TOM GPS unit from inside. Crime scene conducted but no latents could be located.
  • 10-18131 0108 hrs Warrant 1901 S. Congress Ave
    During a traffic stop, W/M Louis Vanhove (DOB 03/04/1950) was discovered to have 3 outstanding  warrants for misdemeanor FTA. He Tot’d PBCJ
  • 10-17977 0659 hours Burglary/Auto 545 NW 5th Street
    Between 2215 hours on 04/16/10 and 0635 hours this date unknown suspects smashed out the front driver’s side window of the victims 2006 Ford F250 and made entry. Once inside the vehicle the suspects removed the Garmin GPS from the dash.
  • 10-17984 0829 hours Burglary/Auto  311 E. Gateway Boulevard
    Between 2300 hours on 04/16/10 and 0815 hours this date unknown suspects smashed out the driver’s side window of the victim’s 2005 Ford Mustang GT and made entry. Once inside the vehicle the suspects removed the victim’s Garmin 4500 GPS.
  • 10-17986 0840 hours  Burglary/Auto 409 W. Boynton Beach Boulevard
    Between 0830 and 0840 hours this date, unknown suspects entered the victim’s unsecured 1993 Mercury and removed the victim’s wallet from under the driver’s seat.
  • 10-17865 1626 hrs  Uttering Forged Instrument 1503 W BBB
    Fuentes-Diaz, Marlene (w/f 4-18-74) was arrested after she was caught trying to cash a fake tax return check for $3500. She was charged with uttering a forged instrument, Scheme to defraud, and Attempted grand theft. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-17886 1810 hrs  Burglary Auto  2290 N Congress Ave
    Between 1620 and 1800 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by shattering a window. Stolen was the victim’s purse and contents. Total loss is $700. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-17892 1855 hrs Grand Retail Theft  3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Dorsainvil, Lizanne (b/f 9-6-88) and Dorsainvil, Nehemie (b/f 2-23-91) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $572.63 worth of merchandise from Wal Mart. They were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-17717 1717 hrs Burglary (residence) 245 SW 8th Avenue
    Victim stated that between 0815 hrs and 1715 hrs unknown person(s) entered her residence via unknown means (no sign of forced entry).  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole a Compaq desktop computer ($300.00), a 22” Insignia LCD TV ($300.00), a Toshiba VCR ($90.00), a Dell LCD monitor ($300.00), an unknown make/model digital camera ($180.00), and a 12” Cuban link necklace ($150.00).
  • 10-17719 1929 hrs Warrant Arrest 1700 S Seacrest Blvd
    B/M Jarrod M Parrish DOB 05-22-83 was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant for criminal mischief following a traffic stop.  Parrish was processed and sent county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-17746 2224 hrs Burglary (structure)  655 Snug Harbor Drive
    Victim stated that between 0815 hrs and 2200 hrs unknown person(s) forcibly entered the clubhouse and removed a 50” Sharp flat-screen TV ($1,000.00).  Entry was apparently made via a rear sliding glass door.
  • 10-17764  0042 hrs Possession of Contraband 1919 N Seacrest Blvd
    W/M Brent P Guttman DOB 09-29-83 was found to be in possession of 0.2 grams of crack cocaine following a traffic stop.  Guttman was processed and sent to county jail.  Guttman’s white ’97 Nissan Altima was held for forfeiture.

Overnight Incidents for April 15, 2010

  • 10-017537 19:20 hrs  Burglary Residence 126 Live Oak Ln.
    Victim advised that forced entry was made into his secured residence. Taken were four Wachovia checks. The representative for the bank advised that two of the checks had been cashed for $100.00 dollars and $20.00 dollars by W/F Emilia Neering. Victims confirmed that the suspect was his ex-wife and that they had been divorced for three years, but share a child in common. At this time contact has not been made with suspect.
  • 10-017538 21:14 hrs Strong-arm Robbery 1315 N Federal Hwy
    Victim advised that while walking to his vehicle an unknown B/M grabbed him from behind and reached into his back pocket removing his wallet containing $70.00 dollars in cash. The incident was recorded by video tape. ADT security would respond in the morning to supply PD with a copy. Victim was not injured. Canvas of area was negative for suspect.
  • 10-017560 02:42 hrs Burglary Residence 306 E Gateway Blvd.
    Victim advised that entry was made into her secured home by smashing a rear window out. Taken were two computers unknown make, model. Miscellaneous jewelry. Total loss $1,400 dollars. Crime scene negative.

Overnight Incidents for April 14, 2010

  • 10-017289 1645 hrs Burglary Auto 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Victim returned to vehicle after shopping at Walmart and stated that while she was walking to her vehicle from a distance she saw 2 unknown black males running from the area in which she was parked. Victim advised that the only items missing from the vehicle were misc. unknown compact discs (apprx 25.00).
  • 10-017295 1700 hrs Burglary Residence 504 East Gateway Blvd
    Victim discovered that a window leading into the N/W side of the residence was opened. This window was closed when she left in the morning. Victim stated that numerous drawers were opened inside her mother's room but is unsure of anything missing due her mother being in Haiti for two weeks. Victim stated the only thing she knows is missing is her Gateway Athlon AMD laptop. Crime scene on the window was negative for latent prints in the area of the window. There is no suspect information.
  • 10-0017303 1841 hrs Resisting Arrest W/O 419 West Ocean Ave
    W/F Tammie Bohman was arrested for Obstruction after refusing to comply with Officers orders at the scene of a disturbance. She was processed and released with an NTA.
  • 10-017341 2130 hrs 900 North Railroad Ave Stolen Auto
    Victim, B/M James Clemons (DOB 01/05/1965) stated that at approx. 2100 hours, his 1988 silver Mazda B2200 (F/L tag G130AZ) truck ran out of gas at 900 N. Railroad Ave. Clemons locked the car and left it at this location to get gas. Upon return at approx. 2130 hours, Clemons discovered that his vehicle was gone.  There is no suspect information and a BOLO was entered into F/NCIC. 
  • 10-017365 0034 hrs 815 West BB Blvd Poss Oxycodone
    During a traffic stop, passenger W/F Jamie M. Cortese (DOB 12-5-1982) was found to be in possession of 16 Oxycodone 30 mg pills without a prescription. She was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.

 
Overnight Incidents for April 13, 2010

  • 10-17106 1738 hrs Burglary Residence 308 NW 12th Ave
    Johnson, Marcus (b/m 8-29-89) was arrested after investigation revealed that he had participated in the above burglary. Post-Miranda Johnson provided a confession. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-17109 1746 hrs Burglary Auto 244 N Congress Ave
    Between 1720 and 1740 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle, by shattering a window. Stolen was a diaper bag and its contents. Total loss is estimated at $270. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-17118 1835 hrs Burglary Residence 5000 N Ocean Blvd #E212, Briny Breezes
    Between 1200 and 1800 hrs suspect(s) unknown stole the golf cart battery charger from beneath the above trailer. The suspect(s) had to remove the lattice from beneath the trailer to locate and remove the charger. Total loss is estimated at $500. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-17122 1842 hrs Burglary Auto 1404 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Between 1800 and 1840 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle, by opening an unlocked door. Stolen was her purse and contents. Total loss is estimated at $244. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-17125 1857 hrs  Burglary Auto 1333 N Congress Ave
    Between 1830 and 1837 hrs multiple vehicles were broken into in the Bru’s Room parking lot, by shattering the windows. Multiple items stolen, no suspect information available and crime scene was negative.
  • 10-17136 2012 hrs  Retail Theft  801 N Congress Ave
    Norvil, Sidney (b/m 8-6-91) was arrested after he was caught trying to steal $71.99 worth of merchandise from Sears. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-17156 2258 hrs  Warrant Arrest 203 Belmont Pl
    Porta, Rose (w/f 12-14-80) was arrested after officers became aware of two outstanding warrants for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-17162 0005 hrs Warrant Arrest 1601 S Federal Hwy
    Byrd, Craig (b/m 2-29-64) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for April 9, 2010 - April 12, 2010

  • 10-017003 20:29 Shoplifting 399 N Congress Ave.
    Arrested: William Bader DOB 1-10-63. Defendant left the store with a 12 pack of Bud Light and one can of Fosters Lager in his hands. Officers located Defendant who was taken into custody with out incident. NTA issued.
  • 10-017012 22:19 hrs  Baker Act 306 SW 7Th Street
    W/F Melissa Camilot DOB 9-21-83 was taken into protective custody after she attempted to cut herself and made several statements that she was tired of living her life. Camilot was transported to Bethesda Hospital after it was learned that she was also under the influence of prescription narcotics and alcohol.
  • 10-017030 0234 hrs Possession of Marijuana 1400 W Gateway Blvd.
    Arrested: B/M Aaron McGregor DOB 4-18-89. Traffic stop was conducted, investigation revealed 62 grams of marijuana in McGregor’s possession.
  • 10-016839 19:19 hrs Burglary Auto 1775 N Congress Ave.
    Victim advised that forced entry was made into his 1990 2 Door White Ford F150 bearing Fl. Tag C173SJ. Taken from the interior were the victim’s DL and two credit cards. (SunTrust and Bank of America) Crime scene processed with negative results.
  • 10-16654  1839 hrs Retail Theft 1540 SW 8th St
    Store manager w/m Jesse Lyon reported that 2 unk Hispanic males removed a Cisco M10 valet (wireless networking box) valued at $94.99 from the store.  Subjects GOA. Video surveillance to be provided at a later date.
  • 10-16686 2200hrs Burglary Auto 1050 W. Gateway Blvd
    Complainant Jordan Soblick reported between 2150hrs and 2200hrs today’s date unknown suspect(s) smashed the front passenger side window of his 2007, black Mercedes E350 bearing FL tag Y333D, stealing his girlfriend’s ''Christian Dior purse (valued at $2,300.00), which was on the floor board of the front passenger seat. Victim/owner of purse Spencer Schell stated there were several “high end” designer items totaling $6500.00.  Crime scene negative.
  • 10-16698 2224hrs Retail Theft  1570 W. BBB (Applebee’s)
    2 females skipped out on a $35.64 bill.  Suspects left in a blk Lexus SUV tag T346WA.
  • 10-16701 2246 hr CCW  634 SW 4th Ave
    Officers responded to a report of shots fired and located group of 4 b/m’s.  Ofc. Vargas immediately noticed the butt of a firearm in one of the subject’s waistband and ordered all subjects to the ground.  B/M Richard Christophe 10/23/89, took flight and was later apprehended.  Firearm located.  He is charged with carrying a concealed firearm, possession of firearm by convicted felon and possession of firearm with altered serial number.  Subject TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-16714 2308 hrs Burglary Residence  411 NW 4th Street
    B/F Dort, Mona (3-14-62) reported between 0730 hrs and 2230 hrs this date someone entered her unsecured rear window and removed and Acer Desktop computer $300.00.  Monitor and keyboard were not taken.  Crime scene negative.
  • 10-16548  0717 hrs  Burglary/Auto 190 NE 19th Ave
    Victim advised that unk. suspect(s) broke the driver side window of his white 2001 Chevy 1500 Silverado sometime between 0000 and 0715 hours on 04-09-10.  Taken from vehicle was a Garman GPS ($200). Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-16550 0808 hrs  Burglary (Fenced Comp.)  3333 High Ridge Rd
    Witness advised sometime between 2000 hours on 04-08-10 and 0645 hours on 04-09-10, unknown person(s) gained entry onto property (posted/fenced construction site) and took company tools and supplies that were secured within a semi-type box trailer. Witness found the pad lock to the main construction site cut (pad lock on the ground) and the fence open and unsecured.  He also found the pad lock securing the box trailer cut (also on the ground). Taken from the trailer was approx. 150 ft. of copper pipe, 500 ft. of copper wire, an 8 ft. ladder, a HILTI nail gun, and a HILTI chipping hammer. Total value of loss est. at approx. $3,210. Crime scene negative.
  • 10-16551 0809 hrs Burglary Residence 615 NW 4th St
    Victim advised sometime between 1830 hrs on 04-08-10 and 0800 hrs on 04-09-10, the rear window (west side of residence) was pried open by unk. person(s). Stolen from the residence were two metal frame rods (approx. $400), an Insinkerator instant hot water heater (approx. $100), and a Titan tankless water  heater (approx. $400). It is to be noted that this is the second burglary in three days (04/06/10 BBPD case#10-15985) with the same method of entry at this address. Crime scene negative. An extra patrol for this address was placed into the book.
  • 10-16552 0825 Burglary Residence 220 Mentone Rd
    Victim advised sometime between 1630 hrs on 04-09-10 and 0800 hrs on 04-09-10, unk. suspect(s) made entry into residence after throwing a rock through a window. Once inside, suspect(s) took approx. $3,405 worth of tools (drills/batteries, bits, sander…etc). Crime scene positive; prints removed from area of window and a sandal found in back yard.
  • 10-16497 2108 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Stern, Olga (w/f 12-31-61) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $626.75 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for April 8, 2010

 

  • 10-16238 1649 hrs R/A w/out Violence 227 E Gateway Blvd
    Davis, Johnnie (b/m 6-10-65) was arrested after he obstructed officers in their investigation of another incident. He was processed and released with a NTA.
     
  • 10-16239 1722 hrs Warrant Arrest  310 S Federal Hwy
    Googe, Kenneth (w/m 3-11-44) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. While being processed he complained of chest pain. He was ultimately admitted to Bethesda. The arrest paperwork was turned over to PBSO who dispatched a deputy to take over prisoner watch.
     
  • 10-16312 0044 hrs  Theft Auto Accessories 2815 S Seacrest Blvd
    Between 2000 hrs and 0030 hrs suspect(s) unknown stole the catalytic converter from the victim’s vehicle. Estimated loss is $1000. Crime scene was negative.
     
  • 10-16325 0214 hrs Flee & Elude/ Habitual Offender 173 SE 28th Ave
    Officer Castro attempted to stop a vehicle at 100 W Woolbright Rd. The vehicle failed to stop, but slowed and activated his hazard lights. Ofc Castro followed the vehicle to the above address where Bonilla, Rogelio (w/m 12-2-78) was arrested for being a habitual traffic offender and fleeing and eluding. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
     
  • 10-16327 0304 hrs Warrant Arrest 800 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Hitchon, Cobden (w/m 6-26-91) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
     

Overnight Incidents for April 7, 2010

  • 10-16066 1743 hrs Burglary (auto) 1490 W Gateway Blvd
    Victim stated that at 1740 hrs unknown person(s) smashed the window to her blue ’05 Hummer H3 while she was parked at Kidstop.  Taken from the SUV was a black Nine West purse ($150.00) which was on the seat.  Inside the purse were miscellaneous credit cards and a PNC checkbook.
  • 10-16086 1829 hrs Burglary (residence) 256 NE 7th Avenue
    Victim stated that between 03-31-10 and 04-03-10 unknown person(s) entered the apartments to the duplex by breaking the rear windows.  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) remove two (2) unknown make/model refrigerators ($1,000.00) and damaged both deadbolts ($200.00). Victim hired a handyman to re-secure the apartments and board the windows.
  • 10-16119 2247 hrs Burglary (residence) 15101 Mahogany Drive
    Victim stated that 1845 hrs and 2200 hrs unknown person(s) entered his residence by prying open the rear slider.  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole a 37” Sylvania LCD TV ($600.00) and an unknown desktop computer monitor ($250.00).

Overnight Incidents for April 2, 2010 - April 5, 2010

  • 10-15254 2014 hrs Attempted Robbery (strong arm) 650 N Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that while entering Target with his girlfriend he was holding his wallet in his left hand.  An unknown white male approached him from behind and attempted to grab the wallet.  The victim was able to retain possession of the wallet.  The suspect described as 18-25 “surfer type” wearing a long sleeve gray sweatshirt and dark shorts fled southbound on a BMX style bicycle.  A canvass of the area was negative.
  • 10-15299 2014 hrs Theft 550 N Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that she was exiting Best Buy with a black canvas handbag in her shopping.  A white male matching the above description rode next to her on a BMX bike and grabbed the canvas bag.  He then fled south on the bike.  Officers were unable to locate the male.  Inside the canvas bag was a Passport hard drive ($150.00) and some miscellaneous papers.
  • 10-15282 2338 hrs Loiter & Prowling 4770 N Congress Avenue
    Officers were waved down in the Winn-Dixie Plaza in reference to four males dressed in all black walking around on the rooftop of the business.  When Sgt. Broberg arrived one male fled on foot as another was attempting to climb down a pole.  This male was detained and advised that there were two more people on the roof.  Believing a rooftop burglary was in-progress, a perimeter was set up.  With assistance from the Fire Department officers were able to gain access to the roof and capture the other two.  The complex was checked with negative results for burglaries.   The males were unable to dispel officers’ fears as to why they were on the roof.  B/M Alexander B Huggins DOB 06-10-90 was sent to county jail.  The other two were juveniles and were released to their respective parents.
  • 10-15414 1621 hrs Burglary Residence 89 Magnolia Cir
    Between 0500 and 1600 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by smashing out a window. Once inside the ransacked multiple rooms but only stole a jar of coins and a camera and telephoto lens. Total loss is estimated at $540. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-15400 1639 hrs Grand Retail Theft/ Poss Scheduled Drug 388 N Congress Ave
    Stiglitz, Leigh (w/f 3-24-80) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $581.53 worth of merchandise from TJ Maxx. Search incident to arrest revealed the presence of Xanax, Methadone, and two other types of schedule II narcotic pills. Stiglitz did not possess a prescription for any of these pills and was additionally charged with their possession. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-15418 1813 hrs Disorderly Intoxication 1500 Corporate Dr
    Units responded to Lowes in reference to a black male causing a disturbance. Upon arrival they determined that Louis, Richardson (b/m 11-14-83) was intoxicated and creating a disturbance which was affecting the normal business of the store. He was arrested, processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-15424 1832 hrs Leaving Scene of Crash/ Poss Scheduled Drug 625 Casa Loma Blvd
    Units responded to the above location in reference to a motor vehicle crash. Investigation revealed that Campeau, Heather (w/f 2-12-65) had struck another vehicle with the vehicle she was driving. She then left the area prior to police arrival. Campeau eventually returned to the scene and was arrested for having left the scene of the crash without providing her information. Search incident to arrest revealed the presence of Xanam, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia. Campeau was additionally charged, processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-15430 1914 hrs Burglary Auto 1999 N Congress Ave
    Between 1725 and 1910 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by shattering a window and stole his checkbook out of the passenger side floorboard. Crime scene was negative as was a search for video of the area he was parked. Total loss is estimated at $201.
  • 10-15456 2257 hrs Warrant Arrest 391 Ocean Pkwy
    While investigating a disturbance officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for the arrest of Sinkfield, Cachita (b/f 10-4-81). She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-15575 1815 hrs R/A w/out Violence 1200 N Railroad Ave
    Bradley, Tracy (b/m 5-23-81) was arrested after he refused to comply with officers’ lawful commands. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. Also arrested for the illegal interception of oral communication was Johnson, Lewis (b/m 11-6-88) under BBPD case #10-15581. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-15587 1940 hrs Poss Marijuana 4305 N Congress Ave
    Feller, Andrew (w/m 7-24-85) and MacDonald, Christopher (w/m 6-8-85) were arrested after they were found to be in possession of less than 20 gms of marijuana. They were processed and released with NTA’s.
  • 10-15593 2022 hrs Defrauding Inn Keeper 1570 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Robison, Howard (w/m 6-10-48) was arrested after he ran up a $57.74 bar tab, knowing that he could not pay it. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-15596 2034 hrs R/A w/out Violence 2209 NE 2nd St
    Destine, Jean (b/m 12-10-82) was arrested after he refused to comply with officers’ lawful commands. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-15722 1817 hrs Poss Marijuana less 20gms 1635 NE 4th Ct
    Davis, Terrall (b/m 5-5-88) was arrested after he was found to be in possession of 3.7 grams of marijuana. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-15749 2105 hrs Warrant Arrest 2200 SE 4th St
    Smith, Kyle (w/m 10-29-86) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-15760 2215 hrs Agg Battery 210 NE 27th Ct
    Verdieu, Georgy (b/m 3-19-89) was arrested after he struck one person with his fists, and two others with a three foot long pipe. He was charged with one count of simple battery and two counts of agg battery. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for April 1, 2010

  • 10-015053 19:10 hrs Burglary Attempt 204 SW 1 St Ave.
    Victim advised that between 1030 hrs and 1900 hrs this date an unknown person pried her kitchen window open. Damage valued at $50.00 dollars. Victim does not believe that entry was made into the residence. Nothing was missing at this time. Crime scene conducted and was negative for prints.
  • 10-015114 23:15 hrs Aggravated Battery cutting 1005 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    Officers responded to Bethesda Hospital in reference to a patient that had a stab wound in the inner thigh. Officers met with the victim B/F Dominique Edwards who refused to cooperate with the investigation. The wound was approximately 2 inches long and was not life threatening. Edwards signed a refusal and requested officers to leave.
  • 10-015123 0100 hrs Warrant Arrest 200 South Federal
    Arrested: W/M David Costello DOB 3-6-70. NCIC/FCIC revealed an active warrant for arrest for Scheme to Defraud out of Suffolk County NY.  Warrant #W708064146. Costello was tot PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for March 31, 2010

  • 10-14837 1717 hrs Warrant Arrest 2010 N Federal Hwy
    Jacobs, Jean (w/f 9-29-82) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-14867 1945 hrs Robbery, Strong-arm Gulfstream & S Federal Hwy
    The victim advised that he was taking his daily walk in this area when he was approached by a black male. The suspect was approximately 5’08”, heavy build, and short hair. The suspect grabbed the victim’s wallet and began to pull. When the victim resisted, the suspect punched him in the side of the head. The suspect was able to flee on foot with the victim’s wallet, which included his ID and credit cards. The victim was uncertain if he would be able to identify the suspect if seen again.
  • 10-14868 1954 hrs Operate Veh w/out License 100 N Congress Ave
    Lopez, Pedro (w/m 4-2-86) was arrested after it was determined he was operating a vehicle without having ever been issued a license. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-14884 2105 hrs Possess MDMA w/Intent 12205 Mahogany Bay
    Units responded to the above location in reference to two subjects acting suspicious and possibly stealing property from units’ patios. Upon arrival officers stopped the suspect’s vehicle as it was exiting the complex. Investigation revealed that Jomarron, Luis (w/m 5-24-89) was in possession of 23.5 ecstacy tablets. He was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-14920 0116 hrs DWLS/Poss Marijuana under 20 gms 2400 S Congress Ave
    Subsequent to a traffic stop, Sterlin, Marie (b/f 6-19-79) was arrested for driving with a suspended license, possession of less than 20 gms of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-14928 0316 hrs Flee & Elude/ DWLS 200 NE 15th Ave
    Shields, Keith (b/m 1-10-64) was arrested for the above after he fled from officers when they attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle he was operating. He ultimately stopped in the driveway of 212 NE 15th Ave. Shields was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for March 30, 2010

  • 10-14656 2034 hrs Warrant Arrest 1700 N Seacrest Blvd
    Hayton, Jeffrey (w/m 4-29-80) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-14691 2337 hrs R/A w/out Violence 4305 N Congress Ave
    Units responded to Meadows Park in reference to a complaint of subjects loitering by the bathrooms. Upon officers’ arrival they were able to smell an odor of burnt marijuana coming from the group. Once the officers’ presence was noticed the subjects all fled on foot. Pleitez, Pedro (w/m 12-25-91) and Rashedul, Rana (w/m 8-1-90) were caught after a brief foot pursuit and charged with obstruction. They were processed and released with NTA’s.
  • 10-14707 0208 hrs Poss Narcotics w/Intent 2200 N Congress Ave
    As a result of a traffic stop Fenner, Warren (b/m 11-11-64) was arrested for being a habitual traffic offender, poss cocaine w/intent to sell (1.3 gms of crack cocaine), poss schedule II narcotic w/out prescription (12 oxycodone pills), and other charges. Also arrested was Barsky, Yury (w/m 10-17-72) for possession of drug paraphernalia. They were processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for March 27, 2010 - March 29, 2010

  • 10-14447 1628 hrs RA W/O Violence 3675 Chesapeake Cir
    B/M Winsome Williams was arrested after being found in possession of an open container and fleeing from Officer Harris (820) and Piscitelli from the entrance of Nautica Sound. He was later located at his place of residence at the above location.
  • 10-144474 1923 hrs Battery on LEO 1600 N. Federal Hwy
    B/M Maurice Devon Blue (DOB 11/15/1973) took a fight stance and pushed Ofc J. Rivera with both of his hands. Blue stepped back and held his hands with closed fists. Due to Blue's height and aggressive fighting stance the M26 Taser was utilized to affect the arrest. Blue was subsequently arrested for Battery LEO, obstruction and retail theft.
  • 10-014282 1639 hrs Uttering Forged Instrument 1901 N Congress Ave (Kohl’s)
    Corey G Kennedy (DOB 04/20/1977) and Myesha Chantail Cherry (DOB 02/11/1979) were arrested after being in possession of fraudulent checks. Both subjects were found to have been writing and passing fraudulent checks within the past few months to the business. The LPO was able to relate this incident to last week’s incident which involved both Kennedy and Cherry reference (BBPD 10-13405). Further investigation revealed Kennedy and Cherry committed same at Sears (801 N. Congress Ave) Det. Gordon responded and took over investigation. Kennedy and Cherry were TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-014314 1946 hrs Burglary Attempt 15 Bay Tree Cir
    Between the hours of 0700- 1900 unk subject(s) removed the screen to the residence kitchen window located on the north side. There was no entry made to the residence. Crime scene was negative and there is no suspect information available at this time.
  • 10-014356 2328 hrs Burglary Auto 4733 NW 7th Ct (Newport Place)
    Lileat Gooden discovered her front passenger side window was broken on her 2010 beige in color Honda CRV bearing FL tag 666MTH. Suspects took the large grey purse (valued at $85). Crime scene was negative and there is no suspect information available at this time.
  • 10-014369 0048 hrs Simple Battery 365 N. Congress Ave. (Carolina Ale House)
    Units responded to Carolina Ale House in reference to a fight in progress to the rear of the business in the parking lot. W/M Hanley, Adam (12-15-75) was arrested for Simple Battery after he punched W/M Bauman, John (6-8-90) in the nose. Hanley was released on scene with a Notice to Appear.
  • 10-14241 1059 hrs Theft  815 W. Boynton Bch Blvd. 4-106
    Victim advised he was inside his residence and had placed a laptop bag containing a computer (and peripherals) near the front door (closed) as he was preparing to leave. Victim heard a knock at the door and observed a b/m (unidentified) that he has seen (and knows) in the neighborhood before but does not know his name. Victim said he spoke with the b/m briefly; who was standing in his doorway. During the course of a short conversation, the b/m distracted the victim by telling him his voice mail was blinking and he should check it. When the victim turned his back to the b/m to check, he heard his door shut, and realized the b/m and his laptop bag were gone. Victim chased the b/m for a short distance out of the neighborhood and across Old Boynton Rd. to the area of Checkers. It was at this time that the victim stated that the b/m produced a small black handgun from his waistband as he was running away. Victim said the b/m never pointed it at him or turned around and simply “ran away with the gun in his hand.” Search of the area for the b/m yielded negative results. Laptop was a Gateway valued at approx. $540. B/M was last seen running in a northeast direction from the electrical sub-station behind Checkers wearing black shirt/pants, about 6’ tall, with dreads.
  • 10-14120 1721 hrs Possession of Contraband 100 SE 27th Avenue
    W/M Roger D Greeley DOB 09-20-74 was found to be in possession of two tablets of Carisoprodol (Soma) a schedule IV drug and eight tablets of oxycodone (Percocet) a schedule II drug w/o a prescription following a traffic stop.  Greeley also had knowledge that his driver’s license was suspended.  His passenger w/f Kimberly L Baker 10-10-74 had an outstanding warrant for trespass (10-14125).  Both were sent to county jail.
  • 10-14131 1901 hrs Possession of Contraband 2200 N Seacrest Blvd 
    B/M Andrew Thompson DOB 09-03-70 was found to be in possession of 2.2 grams of marijuana following a traffic stop.  He was processed and released via NTA.
  • 10-14155 2109 hrs Possession of Contraband 325 E MLK Blvd
    B/M Ernest Kearse DOB 12-05-51 was found to be in possession of 3.7 grams of marijuana and an open container of Boone’s Farm Malt Liquor following a traffic stop.  Kearse was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-14202 0148 hrs Failed to Stop 2200 I-95 N
    B/M Shannon N Nelams DOB 06-09-78 was arrested after he refused to stop for a traffic infraction on I-95.  Officers shut off their emergency equipment but followed from a safe distance as Nelams exited Hypoluxo Road.  He then drove to his residence on Grove Road where he fled on foot from the vehicle.  Nelams was captured in his backyard.  Nelams had a suspended D/L.  He was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-14068  1203 hrs Theft (other) 721 NW 2nd St
    Construction Manager for Habitat for Humanity advised that on 03/25/10 between the hours of 1700 and 1800, unknown subject(s) stole a Generac generator (valued at approx. $1200) from the driveway of the above mentioned address. Crime scene negative.
  • 10-14077 1247 hrs Retail Theft (in progress) 310 N. Cong. Ave. 
    T-Mobile had received internal info. in ref. to suspects from recent retail thefts that had occurred at other local outlets. Employees observed (2) b/m’s, later identified as Octave, Reamus (DOB: 01-29-93) and Camille, Sienel (DOB: 07-25-87), enter the business at approx.1240 hrs. Employees recognized the subjects from the internal info. and watched as they utilized pliers to remove a couple of Blackberries phones that were secured by a chain to a display. Both subjects then fled the store and got into a gold color Toyota Camry (north on Congress). The vehicle was spotted by officers and traffic stop conducted. The driver of the vehicle, Calitxte, Eric (b/m, DOB: 04-01-91) was found to have a suspended license and was an accessory to the retail theft. Front passenger of vehicle, Octave, Ricardi (b/m, DOB: 10-19-90) was found to be in possession of stolen prop. from previous retail thefts that occurred in Royal Palm Beach (RPBP10-55096) and Okeechobee (unk. case# at this time). All subjects were positively identified via show-up. Items taken from the business (Boynton/RPB/Okee.) were recovered. All four subjects were charged accordingly and TOT the PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for March 26, 2010

  • 10-13964 1706 hrs Burglary Residential 1441 NW 2nd St
    Between 0730 and 0900 hrs two black males broke into victim’s residence and stole numerous electronics items. Officers were able to identify two neighbors who observed the suspects attempting to pry open a rear door, but failed to phone police. The suspects are described as being black males in their late teens. The first was approximately 6’01”, 190 lbs with a full set of gold teeth. The second suspect was about 5’07”, heavy set with short dread locks. Crime scene was negative and total loss is estimated at $2347.

Overnight Incidents for March 24, 2010

  • 10-13637 1934 hrs Retail Theft/Flee & Elude 1880 N Congress Avenue
    Officers were flagged down after w/m Jason B DeLeon DOB 03-01-81 stole a blue-tooth device ($100.00) from the AT&T store.  DeLeon then fled in a gray ’03 Jeep Cherokee driven by w/m Justin Stilley DOB 06-21-82.  Officers attempted to stop the Cherokee but Stilley refused to stop driving through the side streets of Renaissance Commons.  Stilley was taken into custody on scene n the 1700 block of La Florence Circle East.  DeLeon fled on foot before being located hiding in some bushes.  Stilley was sent to county jail.  DeLeon was released via NTA.  The Cherokee was held for forfeiture.  The blue-tooth device was recovered.
  • 10-13673 2256 hrs Possession of Contraband 416 NW 7th Court
    B/M Jeffrey Estinfort DOB 08-14-87 was found to be in possession of 102 grams of marijuana packaged in individual plastic bags, 2.4 grams of crack cocaine, and two (2) 30mg Oxycodone tablets.  Estinfort had been sitting on his porch smoking a “blunt” when officers approached.  He attempted without success to discard the contraband upon police presence.  Estinfort was sent to county jail.
      

Overnight Incidents for March 23, 2010

  • 10-13422 1644 hrs Burglary (attempt) 308 New Lake Drive
    Victim stated she was sitting on the couch when her dog began to bark by the patio door.  Victim opened the blinds and observed a white male teenager (16-17 yoa) cutting a hole in her patio screen.  When the suspect observed the victim he fled the area on foot.  A canvass of the area utilizing K-9 was negative for the juvenile suspect.  It appears the suspect was attempting to steal a BMX style bicycle which was on the patio.
  • 10-13431 1739 hrs Burglary (cat type) 3196 N Seacrest Blvd
    Victim stated that between 2100 hrs on 03-21 and 0800 this morning unknown suspect(s) entered his residence and stole his wallet from the top of his dresser.  Victim stated he didn’t immediately contact police until he noticed a chair propped up against his house below his bedroom window and the window screen in the bushes.  Victim stated that inside the wallet ($5.00) were $800.00 cash and his social security card. Crime Scene responded and processed the scene.
  • 10-13463 2157 hrs Possession of Contraband 2821 S Federal Hwy
    W/M Jose Soto DOB 12-10-76 was found to be in possession of four (4) pills of alprazolam (2mg), one (1) oxycodone/acetaminophen (10mg) pill, and one (1) oxycodone (30mg) pill following a traffic stop.  Soto did not have a prescription for any of these controlled substances and was sent to county jail.  His red ’03 Toyota Camry was held for forfeiture.
  • 10-13476 2259 hrs Resisting W/Violence 511 NE 20th Court
    B/M Tate A Greene DOB 02-24-72 was arrested after he came to his ex-girlfriend’s residence to fight her current boyfriend.  Greene his in the bushes and “jumped” the victim before the victim was able to get the upper hand.  Officers attempted to arrest Greene who turned and squared off against them.  Greene threw several wild punches at officers before he was subdued and taken into custody.  Greene was medically cleared before being transported to county jail.  He was also charged with the initial battery.

Overnight Incidents for March 20, 2010 - March 22, 2010

  • 10-13273 1634 hrs Theft (pickpocket) 2236 N. Congress Ave (Tuesday Morning)
    Victim, W/F Linda Samuels 66 YOA stated someone removed her wallet from her purse while she was shopping.  Suspects were 2 b/f’s who bumped into her and distracted her while shopping.  Victim’s credit cards were used at an unk Winn Dixie and a Home Depot in Lake Worth shortly there after.
  • 10-13283  1819 hrs Poss Contraband 1400 N. Seacrest Blvd
    B/M Alfred Smith, and B/M Ernest Patterson were arrested for possession of Marijuana with intent to sell after a traffic stop of their black Chevy Monte Carlo bearing FL tag N857IV for speeding.  And the smell of Marijuana led to the discovery of 23 1 x 1 inch clear plastic bags in vehicle. Both subjects processed and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-13306  2015 hrs Burglary Residence 509 Meadows Circle
    Victim reported that between 03/20/2010 14:00 and 03/21/2010 20:00 hrs suspect(s) entered the unlocked screened in patio to her residence and removed her son’s blue with silver motorized 4-Wheeler, valued at $400.00.  No suspects, no forced entry.  Crime Scene negative.
  • 10-13288  1856 hrs Warrant Arrest 1400 N. Seacrest Blvd
    b/m Marlon Herndon (dob 03/22/87) found to have an active warrant for FTA (DWLS).  He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-13291  1918 hrs Warrant Arrest 801 N. Congress Ave
    w/f Laura Taylor 09/30/85 found to have active warrants for FTA for Petit Theft and Retail Theft  She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-13313 2147 hrs Warrant Arrest 500 W. Woolbright Rd
    w/m Casaves, Daniel 10/23/67 found to have an active warrant for simple assault.  He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-13324 2320 hrs Warrant Arrest 135 NE 1st St
    B/M Joubert Lesperance 02/08/61was found to have 8 active warrants for VOP Possession of Cocaine, Grand Thefts and other misdemeanors.  He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-13327 2349 hrs Poss. Contraband NW 7th Street
    W/M John  Fitzpatrick 12/11/76 was arrested after a traffic stop led to the discovery of oxycodone pills and the forfeiture of his vehicle (96 Chevy Cavalier)  He was processed and TOT’d PBCJ.
  • 10-13238 1207 hours Burglary/Residence 818 SE 3rd Street
    Between 1030 and 1200 hours this date unknown suspects pried open the sliding glass door and made entry. Once inside the suspects removed a Mac book laptop computer and it appears they tried to remove a flat screen television from the wall, but were unable to do so.
  • 10-13107 1532 hrs Retail Theft 1901 N Congress Ave
    Mendoza-Solis, Yanira (w/f 2-16-91) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $133.85 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-13119 1800 hrs Burglary Auto 2298 N Congress Ave
    Between 1710 and 1749 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by smashing out the front passenger window. Her purse was then stolen from where she had left it in the front floor board. The total value of the stolen property is $1766. The total damage is estimated at $400. Crime scene was negative and there is no video. When the victim attempted to cancel her cards she learned that at approximately 1759 hours there had been two transactions at the Boynton Target totaling $1444. At the time of this writing there were no LPO’s available to retrieve the video of those transactions.
  • 10-13137 2024 hrs Warrant Arrest 2100 N Seacrest Blvd
    Allen, Brad (b/m 7-16-76) was arrested after officers learned that there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-13178 0020 hrs Burglary Business 1147 S Federal Hwy
    Units responded to the above address in reference to an alarm. Upon arrival they observed a window on the east side of the building to be smashed out. Units then made entry into the business, finding no one inside. A trail of money lead out of the business. Investigation revealed that the suspect(s) had stolen $200 in change, and approximately $750 worth of cigarettes. There is video of the incident, but the responding representative was not able to retrieve, or review the video. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-13031 0754 hours Burglary/Auto 2815 S. Seacrest Boulevard
    Between 1900 hours on 03/19/10 and 0754 hours this date unknown suspects smashed out the driver’s side window of the victim’s 1999 Nissan Odyssey and removed the Pioneer car stereo from the dash. The vehicle was parked on the east side of the second floor of the parking garage at the time of the incident.
  • 10-13067 1108 hours Burglary/Other 2821 S. Federal Highway (Homing Inn)
    Between 0001 and 0900 hours this date unknown suspects smashed out windows in rooms C-104, C-204, and C-304 and made entry. Once inside the rooms the suspects removed a 32 inch flat screen Movie Beam television from each room.
  • 10-13082 1249 hours Burglary/Auto 363 N. Congress Avenue
    Between 1000 and 1230 hours this date unknown suspects pried open the passenger side window of the victim’s 1998 Chevy Blazer and made entry. Once the suspects made entry they removed 2- 12inch subwoofers, 1 Thunder 1200 watt Amp, and 1 carpeted subwoofer box. The vehicle had been parked on the north side of Sports Authority when the incident occurred.
  • 10-13081/10-13090 1259 hours Burglary/Auto 2290 N. Congress Avenue (LA Fitness)
    Officers were advised that a W/M had removed a set of keys, which were not his, and walked out of the above location to a silver Toyota and made entry. Officers were advised that the W/M was leaving the area in a green vehicle at which time he was observed by Officers Britto and Griswold and stopped. Officers were able to locate the victim who advised that their cell phone, Nano IPOD, and Sony Digital Camera were missing from the vehicle. The W/M, identified as Brian Auten 03/12/88, was found to have one outstanding warrant for multiple charges of burglary. Officers also located some of the victim’s property with Auten. Auten was arrested for Burglary to auto, Grand Theft, Petit Theft, and the warrants. Auten was later tot’d PBCJ.
  • 10-12934 1623 hrs Poss Schedule II w/out RX 1634 S Federal Hwy
    Cargill, Liberty (w/f 5-11-72) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $46.27 worth of merchandise from Walgreens. Search incident to arrest revealed several Oxycodone pills contained in two pill bottles that were labeled as containing Alprazolam (Xanax). She was additionally charged with possessing a schedule II drug without a prescription. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-12931 1800 hrs Burglary Business 400 E Boynton Beach Blvd
    Between 2300 hrs on 3-18-10 and 1100 hrs today suspect(s) unknown broke into the fenced in rear of the Green Market. Once inside the property they stole approximately $160 worth of seafood out of an unsecured refrigerator. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-13011 0104 hrs Operating Veh w/out License 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Cius, Nathan (b/m 2-5-91) was arrested after he was found driving a vehicle without having ever obtained a driver’s license. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-13014 0136 hrs Loitering and Prowling 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Units responded to Wal Mart in reference to a suspicious white male. Upon arrival they located Brown, Charles (w/m 6-2-78). A witness advised that they had observed Brown attempting to enter multiple vehicles in the parking lot. When asked, post-Miranda, why he had been attempting to open the vehicle doors Brown stated that he has a drug problem and becomes desperate. He was arrested for Loitering & Prowling. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for March 19, 2010

  • 10-12773 1639 hrs Burglary (auto) 4305 N Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that between 1500 hrs and 1630 hrs unknown person(s) entered her white ’02 Lexus RS300 SUV by smashing the rear passenger window.  The SUV had been parked at Meadows Park.  Taken from the SUV was the victim’s “Hobo” style purse ($95.00) which contained a wallet ($95.00) and a Metro PCS cell phone ($100.00).  Also inside the wallet were several credit cards.
  • 10-12833 2155 hrs Robbery (strong arm) 501 SE 18th Avenue
    Victim stated that at 2015 hrs he finished shopping at Publix and was entering his car.  Victim stated that a Hispanic male approximately 5-08 180lbs attacked from behind causing him to fall to the ground.  Once on the ground the male took victim’s wallet from his pocket.  The wallet contained several credit cards but no cash.  Suspect fled in an unknown make/model green 4-door.
  • 10-12853 0158 hrs Burglary (auto) 1505 Arezzo Circle
    W/M Steven Strauss DOB 11-19-89 was arrested after a neighbor observed him break into a gray Dodge pick-up.  Officer Moran and Officer Prince canvassed the area and were able to capture Strauss right after he broke into another neighbor’s silver ’03 Buick LeSabre (10-12857).  Strauss was processed and sent to county jail.
     

Overnight Incidents for March 18, 2010

  • 10-12623 2024 hrs Stolen Auto 1425 W Gateway Boulevard
    Victim stated that between 1800 hrs and 2000 hrs unknown person(s) stole his black ’03 Lexus LS430.  The car had been parked in the lot of Toussaint L’Ouverture High School.  The car was entered into FCIC/NCIC as stolen.
      
  • 10-12659 2345 hrs Affray 1500 W Gateway Boulevard
    W/M Christopher C Schoch DOB 04-02-85 was arrested after he and a group of unidentified males began fighting outside of Bar Louie during the St. Patrick’s Day event.  A search incident to arrest revealed that Schoch was in possession of 2.7 grams of marijuana and 2 tablets of Alprazolam.  Schoch was additionally charged and sent to county jail.

Overnight Incidents for March 17, 2010

  • 10-12419 1723 hrs  Poss Narcotics/ Paraphernalia  3000 blk N Congress Ave
    Units responded in reference to a WPBPD officer who was out with an apparent overdose victim. Upon arrival they located Anderson, Christopher (w/m 11-21-67) with a syringe and soda can containing a bluish liquid. BBFD responded and transported Anderson to JFK due to his medical condition. The blue liquid tested positive for opiates. Charges filed with the SAO’s office for Anderson in reference to the possession of a scheduled substance without a prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • 10-12441 2058 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Szydlo, Casey (w/f 3-23-87) was arrested after she was caught trying to steal $24.00 worth of merchandise from JC Penney’s. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-12448 2131 hrs Trespass After Warning 118 NW 10th Ave
    Bryant, Antonio (b/m 1-21-91) was arrested after he was found to be loitering on the above property after having been previously warned against trespassing on the property. He was processed and released with a NTA
      

Overnight Incidents for March 16, 2010

  • 10-12284 2026 hrs Warrant Arrest 210 Park Terr
    While at the above address in reference to another incident officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for Williams, Joseph (b/m 6-14-80). He was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-12289 2040 hrs Burglary Cat Type 4 Via de Casas Sur
    Victim was sitting on her porch using her computer, when she observed a black male (6’00 to 6’02” with short hair, NOI) in her living room. She immediately vacated the house and phoned police. A search of the residence and surrounding area was negative as was crime scene. Victim advised that her front door had been left unlocked, and that it did not appear that anything had been tampered with or stolen.
  • 10-12293 2049 hrs Retail Theft/ Poss Schedule II w/out RX 801 N Congress Ave
    Moore, Matthew (w/m5-1-88) was arrested for retail theft after he was caught trying to steal $9.99 worth of merchandise from Spencer Gifts. Search incident to arrest revealed the presence of Xanax and Oxycodone. The oxycodone was contained inside burnt aluminum foil. Moore admitted to smoking the pills. He was additionally charged with possession of Schedule II without a prescription, Schedule IV without a prescription, and Poss of Drug Paraphernalia. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-12299 2200 hrs Trespass After Warning 119 NW 10th Ave
    Bryant, Antonio (b/m 1-21-91) was arrested after he was found on the above property after having been trespassed from there on 2-3-10. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-12302 2256 hrs Burglary Residence 934 NW 13th Ave
    Victim’s residence was broken into between 0800 and 2230 hrs. Victim believes that his son Zobel, Carl (w/m 10-14-87) may have been responsible due to recent problems within the family and the fact that there was no forced entry and the family’s dogs did not appear to have attacked the intruder. Crime scene was negative and total loss is estimated at $2300.

 

Overnight Incidents for March 12, 2010 - March 15, 2010

  • 10-12093 1710 hrs Shoplifting 3200 Old Boynton Road
    W/M Ryan C Schwab DOB 02-10-85 was arrested after he walked out of Wal-Mart with a 42” LCD TV ($698.00) without paying. Schwab was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-12138 2231 hrs Carjacking (attempt) 500 E MLK Blvd
    Victim was driving east bound in his black Mitsubishi Gallant when he was stopped by two black males in a dark blue Chevy Monte Carlo.  One of the males exited the car and approached victim’s car with a black handgun.  The male banged on his glass and attempted to get him out of the car.  Victim drove off to Ocean Avenue and Federal Hwy.  The suspects headed north on Federal Hwy.  A canvass of the area was negative.
  • 10-12147 0006 hrs Burglary (auto) 100 Pine Point Drive
    W/M Rene Louis DOB 06-20-85 was arrested after the victim observed a male wearing a light colored shirt and shorts attempt to enter her residence.  Louis, matching that description was observed by Officer Murphy in the area.  After a brief foot chase, Louis was detained.  A search of his person revealed two phone chargers, two bottles of cologne and a gym ID card belonging to the victim.  Victim advised that the items had been in her unlocked ’06 Ford Fusion.  Louis was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-12045 0620 hours Stopped for DUI 1700 W. Gateway Blvd.
    Vanessa T. Rodriguez (h/f, DOB: 09-10-87) was observed exceeding the posted speed limit and failing to maintain a single lane. Subsequently, Rodriguez was stopped for the infractions and roadside tasks were conducted. After failing the tasks, Rodriguez was arrested and taken to BBPD, cited, processed, and TOT the PBCJ.
  • 10-12051 0737 hours Burglary / Auto 219 SW 13th Ave.
    Sometime between 2100 hours on 03-13-10 and 0700 hours on 03-14-10, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s 1999 Ford p/u via the shattered passenger window and removed a Garmin GPS (valued at approx. $200). Crime scene negative.
  • 10-11859 0534 hours Sandalwood Dr./N Congress Ave. R/A W/O Violence
    Off duty BSO Deputy was traveling down Congress Ave. when he observed W/M Bossler, Kevin 08-16-88 stumbling down the middle of Congress Ave.  Deputy stopped subject and requested back up from BBPD.  Upon officers arrival Bossler became belligerent and took a fighting stance toward officers.  He was arrested for Resisting and TOT PBCJ (out of state resident).
  • 10-11865 0703 hours 1465 NW 5th St. Vandalism Auto 
    Sometime between 2100 hours on 03-12-10 and 0700 hours 03-13-10 unknown suspects keyed two vehicles.  Vehicles were 01 Blue Dodge Neon and a 00 Silver Daewoo.
  • 10-11765 1832 Hours Robbery/Cutting Instrument 1900 NW 2nd Street
    Officers responded to 1900 NW 2nd Street where they met with the victim, Jamal Henry (02/09/82).  Henry advised that he was in town selling cleaning supplies when he was approached by the suspect, later identified as Randal Ramsey (03/31/88).  Ramsey requested he walk with him to his house to give a cleaning supply demonstration.  A short time later, Ramsey produced a knife and placed it against Henry’s back and said, “give it up.” Henry gave Ramsey an unknown amount of currency and Ramsey fled the scene on foot.  Officers located Ramsey at Ezell Hester where he was apprehended after a short foot chase.  Henry positively identified Ramsey as the subject that robbed him at knifepoint.  Henry was charged with Robbery, Resisting Arrest without Violence and Possession of Ecstasy.  He was sent to the Palm Beach County Jail.
  • 10-11812 2303 Hours Possession of Marijuana 900 W.Boynton Beach Blvd
    Officer initiated a traffic stop for a traffic violation.  Upon making contact with the driver, Terrence Parchment (09/25/91), the odor of marijuana was detected coming from inside the vehicle.  A search of the vehicle resulted in the recovery of 0.2 grams of marijuana and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia.  Parchment explained the presence of the marijuana by saying, "officer I know you think its wrong to smoke marijuana, but I'm from Jamaica and it’s not a bad thing there.” Parchment was arrested and sent to the Palm Beach County Jail.
  • 10-11615 1618 hrs Scheme to Defraud/ Grand Theft 550 N Congress Ave
    Sperduto, Steven (w/m 6-17-82) was arrested and charged with the above crimes after investigation revealed that while employed, and over an extended period, he had stolen approximately $2000 worth of movies and video games from Best Buy. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-11619 1636 hrs Poss Cocaine w/ Intent 543 NW 8th Ave
    As a result of a traffic stop, Ofc Cooney found Johnson, Marty (b/m 7-13-67) to be in possession of 3.8 grams of powder cocaine and 1.0 gram of crack cocaine. Johnson was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ. The vehicle was registered in the name of Johnson’s wife and was released to her.

Overnight Incidents for March 11, 2010

  • 10-11430 1604 hrs  Strong Arm Robbery 801 N Congress Ave
    Aurelio, Tani (w/f 8-30-91) was arrested after she fought with loss prevention from Macys in an attempt to steal $78.99 worth of clothing. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-11431 1610 hrs  Burglary Residence 2869 SE 1st Pl
    Between 0800 and 1600 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence through an unsecured rear window. Once inside they rummaged through the entire house, stealing $7900 worth of electronics and jewelry. Crime scene and neighbor canvas met with negative results.
  • 10-11457 1826 hrs Theft 916 S Chippewa Cir
    At approximately 2100 hrs victim was approached by two black females claiming to be selling carpet cleaning supplies. After they left the residence the victim noticed that her $400 cellular phone had been stolen. The suspects had provided the victim with an invoice from Pumppers Trust.
  • 10-11466 1922 hrs  Robbery Firearm 748 Mariners Way
    Victim advised that while walking in the 1500 block of N Federal Hwy he was grabbed by a black male (approx 25 YOA, 6’ tall, muscular build with short braided hair) and pushed into the bushes. At that time the suspect began striking the victim, who attempted to pull his 5 shot .22 cal Deringer from his pocket. The suspect was able to take the weapon away from the victim, along with the gate remote for Mariner’s Way. The suspect then fled on a blue mountain bike. Total loss is estimated at $505. Pistol entered into N/FCIC.
  • 10-11494 2318 hrs Warrant Arrest 135 SW 3rd St
    While investigating a disturbance officers learned that Jean-Baptiste, Jacky (b/m 2-2-86) had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. Jean-Baptiste was additionally charged with R/A w/out Violence under 10-11477.
      

Overnight Incidents for March 10, 2010 

  • 10-11287 1926 hrs Runaway Juvenile 351 Ocean Parkway
    B/F reported as a runaway juvenile by her aunt. She was last seen on 03-02-10 after a verbal argument. The aunt was under the impression the social worker had reported the incident to the police and found out otherwise today.
  • 10-11324 2357 hrs Arson 4305 N. Congress Ave. (Meadow’s Park)
    Officers responded to the park in reference to a picnic table and trashcan on fire. The fires were put out and the incident was ruled an arson. No suspect information.

Overnight Incidents for March 9, 2010

  • 10-011155 2337 hrs Burglary (business) 3652 S Seacrest Blvd
    Officers responding to an alarm discovered a missing screen and a broken window to one of the offices.  A check of the office was negative for suspect(s).  The rep arrived and advised that several file cabinets had been rummaged through but it appears that the suspect(s) left when nothing of value was found.  The large stone used to break the window was found inside the office.
  • 10-011181 0142 hrs Agg. Assault (MV) 1900 N Seacrest Blvd
    Officer Murphy was conducting a traffic stop on a reckless driver when the car made an abrupt u-turn and headed straight at him.  Officer Murphy dove on the ground to avoid being struck.  The black Saturn Ion bearing FL tag P545HT was pursued to Lake Worth where the driver bailed in the 600 block of Ridge Road.  A search with PBSO K-9 and Eagle was negative.  SIR to follow.

Overnight Incidents for March 6, 2010 - March 8 , 2010

  • 10-10953 1851 hrs Agg Assault 143 NE 9th Ave
    Pinkney, Elliot (b/m 2-15-48), AKA Pooky, was involved in a verbal argument at the above location. The argument escalated and Pinkney attempted to strike the victim with a metal pole. The victim was able to dodge the blow, and Pinkney fled the area prior to police arrival. Charges are to be filed with the SA’s office.
  • 10-10961 1936 hrs Defrauding Inn Keeper 365 N Congress Ave
    Labar, Jeremy (w/m 5-19-80) and Labar, Shelly (w/f 10-25-59) were arrested for walking out on their check, totaling $71.16. They were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-10981 2308 hrs Agg Battery Cutting Instrument 135 NE 15th Ave
    Units responded in reference to a reported stabbing. Upon arrival units observed what appeared to be a party breaking up. Subjects in the area were uncooperative and did not wish to speak to law enforcement. After a short period Clemons, Darron Jr (b/m 1-31-86) arrived at Bethesda with a large laceration across his chest. Clemons also refused to talk to law enforcement and signed a refusal to prosecute.
  • 10-10985 0020 hrs Stalking 947 NW 9th St
    Altidor, Pashky (b/m 8-10-85) was arrested for stalking after he continued in his pattern of behavior in regards to the victim. He was processed and TOT PBCJ. 
  • 10-10786 1757 hrs Warrant Arrest 3036 N Evergreen Cir
    Garcia, Julio (w/m 6-19-90) was arrested after officers became aware of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-10608 1650 hrs Robbery (Firearm) 1901 N Seacrest Blvd
    Units responded to Ezell Hester in reference to a reported armed robbery. Upon arrival they learned that Jenkins, Bobby (b/m 3-3-71) had stolen $60, at gunpoint, from a female victim who is an acquaintance of his. Jenkins had fled the area prior to units’ arrival. Charges are to be filed with the SA’s Office.

Overnight Incidents for March 4, 2010 - March 5, 2010

  • 10-10463 1716 hrs Poss. Of Narcotics Arrest  800 N. Congress Ave.
    Officers responded to the above location in reference to a suspicious incident.  The investigation revealed W/M Jason R. Dauncey was in possession of Heroin and powder cocaine.  Dauncey was transported to Bethesda Memorial Hospital for medical clearance and later TOT to the Palm Beach County Jail.
  • 10-10521 Warrant Arrest 135 E. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    B/M Hendy Pierre was arrested after an F/NCIC/PALMS check revealed him to have (four) outstanding Felony and Misdemeanor warrants for FTA and traffic in narcotics.  The warrants were confirmed and Pierre was TOT to the Palm Beach County Jail.
  • 10-1051 2222 hrs.  Agg. Battery on a LEO/Fleeing and attempt. to Elude 400 NW 4 Street
    Officer Arco conducted a traffic stop on a green Chevy Malibu for running a stop sign.  Upon making contact with the driver, B/F Latoya Johnson she accelerated and turned her vehicle into Officer Arco, striking him which caused an injured back.  A pursuit was initiated which traveled north onto I-95 into Riviera Beach.  Johnson came to a stop at 1800 45th Street and was taken into custody.  Other agencies assisted in the pursuit.  Johnson was later TOT to the Palm Beach County Jail. 
  • 10-10275 1945 hrs Warrant Arrest 300 NE 26th Ave.
    B/M, Clowers, Devon (02/05/90), arrested for an outstanding warrant reference Failure to Appear Traffic. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-10325 2346 hrs Possession of Cocaine 200 N. Federal Hwy.
    W/M, Pinard Jr., Morey (12/07/80), was arrested after a traffic stop was conducted on his vehicle for a traffic violation. Subsequent investigation revealed he was in possession of 1.2 grams of cocaine. TOT PBCJ.

 Overnight Incidents for March 3, 2010

  • 10-10067 1645 hrs Batt LEO/ Assault LEO 85 Flamingo Dr
    Ofc Cooney observed a subject standing in front of the above residence who he believed had an outstanding arrest warrant. Investigation revealed that this subject was not the person he was initially believed to be, but in fact provided officers with a false name due to his believing he did have a warrant. That subject Lewis, Willie (b/m 3-18-85) was placed under arrest. While officers were placing Lewis into a vehicle they were confronted by Isaiah, Hattie (b/f 9-14-58) who began screaming at officers. As officers attempted to explain what was transpiring; Isaiah spit into the face of Ofc Williams #873. Isaiah was arrested for Batt LEO. While she was being placed into handcuffs, her son Jones, Andrew (b/m 1-29-84) approached officers. Ofc Haugh attempted to prevent Jones from walking up behind the officers who were dealing with Isaiah. Jones then threatened to fight Ofc Haugh and took an aggressive stance. Jones was then arrested for Assault LEO. Lewis was processed and released with a NTA. Isaiah and Jones were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-10095 1934 hrs Warrant Arrest 1409 Asbury Way
    While working the Cove detail, Ofc Mulcahy located Breslin, Shane (w/m 11-14-88), who had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Breslin was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-10097 2011 hrs Burglary Residence 902 Mission Hill Rd
    At approximately 2011 hrs the victim returned home and observed a white male flee back into his residence. Investigation revealed that suspect(s) unknown had broken into the residence by removing a jalousie window. Once inside the residence they had staged the electronics at the front door in preparation to remove it all at one time. The homeowner appears to have interrupted the theft. Neighbors advised that the suspect may have fled in either a white cargo style van or an older model Olds Cutlass (NFI). Crime scene responded, but was not able to lift any latent prints.
  • 10-10106 2148 hrs Driving w/out License/ Refuse to Sign City 500 W Woolbright Rd
    As a result of a traffic stop Jones, Benjamin (b/m 3-12-59) was arrested for driving a vehicle without possessing a license. While being processed he refused to sign his traffic citation and was additionally charged with that refusal. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-10110 2207 hrs Burglary Auto (Briny Breezes) 1 Cedar Dr
    Friedman, Benjamin (w/m 1-2-89) was arrested for burglary after he was witnessed inside a Cadillac Escalade at the above residence. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for March 2, 2010

  • 10-9939 1904 hrs R/A w/out Violence, Leaving Scene 1313 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Holland, Richard (w/m 7-10-45) was arrested for leaving the scene of a motor vehicle crash, and resisting arrest without violence (obstruction), after he fled from a crash and failed to follow officers’ lawful commands. He was arrested, processed, and released with a NTA.
  • 10-9980 2343 hrs Poss Sched IV, Habitual Offender 645 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Zand, Clifford (w/m 9-1-52) was arrested for being a Habitual Traffic Offender. Search incident to arrest revealed the presence of a diazepam pill (schedule IV). Zand did not have a prescription for that medication and was additionally charged. He was arrested, processed, and TOT PBCJ.
      

Overnight Incidents for February 27, 2010 - March 1, 2010

  • 10-009730 1600 hrs Robbery (Strong-Arm) 220 SW 1st Street
    Victim who only speaks Spanish was walking home from a store in the 100 block of SW 3rd Avenue when he was approached by two black males.  The males were dressed in all black clothing and had been riding bicycles.  One of the males punched the victim in the face causing him to fall to the ground.  Once on the ground the male reached in the victim’s pocket and removed his wallet containing $450 in cash and personal identification.  The other male blocked his path when he tried to flee.  Both males then fled on their bicycles.  Victim had redness and swelling to his face.
  • 10-009732 1638 hrs Burglary (residence) 23 Las Flores
    Victim stated that between 0430 hrs and 1000 hrs unknown person(s) entered his game room (converted garage).  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole a Sony Playstation 3 game console and a game ($450.00).  Investigation revealed a side door from the garage to the backyard had been left unlocked.
  • 10-009774 2006 hrs Warrant Arrest 200 S Congress Avenue
    B/M Herbert D Volmar DOB 06-13-83 was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant for DWLS.  Volmar was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-009792  2201 hrs  Possession of Contraband  2700 S Federal Hwy
    B/M Franke Pierre-Louis DOB 11-26-90 was arrested Officer Arco observed him attempt to make a drug transaction in the parking lot of Jo-Al’s Restaurant.  Pierre-Louis was in possession of 0.1 grams of crack cocaine and 30mg of oxycodone.  He was sent to county jail.  The ’08 Dodge Magnum he was occupying was seized for forfeiture.
  • 10-009796 2230 hrs Possession of Contraband 900 S Congress Avenue
    W/M David J Cinnirella DOB 03-27-79 was found to be in possession of 2.2 grams of marijuana following a traffic stop. Cinnirella was processed and sent to county jail after it was discovered that his license was suspended with knowledge.
  • 10-9673 0649 hrs 660 North Rd Burglary-Vessel
    Between 2/25 and today’s date unknown suspect(s) removed approximately $20,000 in electronics and accessories from the victim’s 36’ Contender center console boat. Crime Scene personnel responded.
  • 10-09571  1840 hrs Throwing Deadly Missile Occupied Vehicle 300 Old Boynton Rd
    W/M, James Hughes, 02/06/79, was arrested after investigation revealed he threw a full beer can at a passing vehicle, endangering the occupant in the vehicle and nearby motorists. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-09593 2024 hrs Warrant Arrest 2200 N. Congress Ave
    W/M, David Ehler, 05/19/71, was arrested for Failure to Appear – Possession of Alcoholic Beverage. TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-9505 0800 hrs Burglary/Auto 2004 S. Federal Hwy. D#208
    Victim reported that sometime between 2300 hrs. on 02-26-10 and 0800 hrs. on 02-27-10 that his 2005 Lincoln Town Car had been burglarized. Unknown suspect(s) had entered the unsecured vehicle and removed 1-black & silver Motorola cell phone and 2-black Bushnell binoculars. Crime scene negative.
  • 10-9507   0800 hrs Burglary/Auto 2004 S. Federal Hwy. D#109
    Victim reported that sometime between 2300 hrs. on 02-26-10 and 0800 hrs. on 02-27-10 that his 1998 Pontiac Bonneville had been burglarized. Unknown suspect(s) had entered the unsecured vehicle and removed 2 cell phone chargers. Crime scene negative.
  • 10-009359 1619 hrs Warrant Arrest 200 Via Lugano Circle #212
    B/M Jules Metelus DOB 06-28-85 was found to have an outstanding warrant FTA: bank fraud from Leon County.  Metelus was sent to county jail.
  • 10-009462 0039 hrs Warrant Arrest 1520 Stonehaven Drive
    W/M Kevin J Marcus DOB 03-25-89 was found to have an outstanding warrant FTA: traffic from PBSO.  Marcus was sent to county jail.
  • 10-009471 0140 hrs Warrant Arrest 555 NW 10th Avenue
    B/M Eric K Payne DOB 03-22-66 was found to have an outstanding warrant FTA: burglary/grand theft.  Payne was sent to county jail. 
     

Overnight Incidents for February 25, 2010 - February 26, 2010

  • 10-9179 1612 hrs Burglary Auto 2800 High Ridge Rd
    Between 0730 and 1600 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle by shattering a window. They stole her car stereo and a GPS unit which was in the glove box. Crime scene was positive for multiple palm prints. Total loss is estimated at $2450.
  • 10-9183 1702 hrs Armed Robbery (Knife) 114 N Federal Hwy
    Victim was attempting to deposit cash into the ATM at the above location when he was approached by a white male, in his 20’s who was wearing a black jacket, black pants, and a motor cycle helmet. The suspect produced a knife and demanded the victim’s money. The suspect was last seen fleeing west on Ocean Ave on a black motor cycle. Units set up a perimeter and bolo’d for the suspect with negative results.
  • 10-9224 2032 hrs Burglary Residence 16 Crossings Cir #D
    Between 0530 and 1500 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s residence by prying open the front door. Once inside they ransacked the apartment, stealing personal identification information. Total loss is estimated at $160. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-9231 2106 hrs Grand Retail Theft 650 N Congress Ave
    Paden, Latika (b/f 5-31-82) and Nicholson, Denise (b/f 8-20-81) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal over $396 worth of merchandise from Target. Paden was also charged with resisting a merchant, and use of an anti-shoplifting countermeasure device. Nicholson was also charged with use of an anti-shoplifting countermeasure device. They were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-9233 2123 hrs Warrant Arrest 2071 NE 1st Ln
    Cadet, Fernand (b/m 12-15-83) was arrested when it was determined that there were three outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for February 24, 2010

  • 10-008867  Residential Burglary  1601 NE 4 Street
    The homeowner arrived at his residence and discovered his couch had been moved.  Further investigation revealed that an unknown person(s) broke the carport window and made entry into the residence.  Once inside, the unknown person(s) ransacked the master bedroom.  The homeowner advised nothing appeared to be missing.  There are no suspects at this time.
  • 10-008942 Possession of Cocaine Miner Rd/Ocean Pkwy
    Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic offense.  The driver, Roxann Field (11/20/53), admitted to possessing crack cocaine because she “wanted to test it out.”  She was arrested for 0.5 grams of crack cocaine and sent to the Palm Beach County Jail.  The vehicle was held pending possible forfeiture.

Overnight Incidents for February 23, 2010

  • 10-8756 0240 Hours Warrant Arrest 700 S.Seacrest Blvd
    As a result of a traffic stop, Dustin Brozowski (01/30/80) was arrested for an active warrant for FTA.  He was processed and turned over to the Palm Beach County Jail.

Overnight Incidents for February 20, 2010 - February 22, 2010

  • 10-8539 1731 hrs Warrant Arrest 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Mosley, Marcus (b/m 8-17-84) was arrested after officers investigating a disturbance, involving Mosley, learned that there were two outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-8544 1746 hrs Warrant Arrest 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Hutchieson, Quinika (b/f 6-18-86) was arrested after officer investigating a disturbance, involving Hutchieson, learned that there was an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-8580 2315 hrs Poss Firearm Under Influence 5301 Pinehurst Dr
    Units responded to the above address in reference to reports of a subject passed out inside a vehicle with a syringe protruding from his mouth. Upon arrival officers located Malm, Jason (w/m 12-31-75) seated in his vehicle with a syringe in his mouth. The syringe contained approximately 90 cc’s of a bluish liquid. They also located a burnt spoon with more residue and oxycodone and xanax pills. Located in a bag, which was left open on the seat next to Malm was marijuana, more paraphernalia, and a Beretta .25 cal pistol. Investigation revealed that the pills were actually prescribed to Malm. Malm was arrested for the marijuana, and weapons violation. He was then processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-8387 1559 hrs Disorderly Intoxication 140 N Congress Ave
    Gorant, Thomas (w/m 4-21-40) was arrested after his level of intoxication and disorderly behavior led to the police having to respond. He was processed and issued a NTA. A family member responded and assumed responsibility for Gorant.
  • 10-8437 2016 hrs Agg Assault 63 Meadows Dr
    Vassell, Rhon (b/m 9-7-82) was arrested for agg assault after he threatened to shoot the victim and made furtive movements placing the victim in fear for his life. Vassell was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-8454 2203 hrs Poss Marijuana less than 20 gms 400 NW 12th Ave
    Subsequent to a traffic stop, Chamberlain, Teresa (w/f 8-16-83) was arrested for possession of 13 gms of marijuana. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-8486 0255 hrs Agg Assault Cutting Instrument 910 Meadows Cir Cooley, Darian (b/m 10-3-86) was arrested after he threatened his roommate with a box cutter. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-8313 0645 hours Burglary to Auto 1475 E. Gateway Blvd
    W/M Hastings, Adam DOB: 10/06/82 was arrested after burglarizing a vehicle parked in the front parking. The suspect ran west to the Boynton Landings community. Units and PBSO K9 set up a perimeter at which point the subject was apprehended. Victim responded to the scene and positively identified Hastings. Hastings was later transported to PBCJ.
  • 10-8318 0809 hours Burglary to Auto 168 Orange Dr.
    Between 02/19/10 2000 hours to 02/20/10 0730 hours an unknown suspect(s) broke into a 2003 Honda Accord. Taken were a XM radio and a Navigon GPS for a total loss of $450.00. No signs of forced entry. Crime scene was negative. No suspect information
  • 10-8158 1154hrs Carrying a Concealed Firearm 3000 North ICW
    Officer Koch, while working with a US Customs Agent, received a tip in reference to a suspicious vessel on the ICW.  The suspicious vessel was intercepted and subsequently stopped.  A passenger, W/M Rudys Orozco, was found to be carrying a loaded 40 cal semi-auto hand gun and was arrested by Officer Koch.  Additionally, an illegal alien was found to be on board and was TOT’d to ICE and Border Patrol.  The vessel, a 26’ Seahawk, was seized by ICE and additional charges are pending.  Orozco was processed at the BBPD and TOT’d to PBCJ.
  • 10-8203 1606 hrs Strong Arm Robbery 3200 Old Boynton Rd
    Torres, Harold (w/m 3-5-91) was arrested for robbery after he attempted to fight his way free from Wal Mart with his $5.78 worth of stolen condoms. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-8226 1736 hrs Battery 801 N Congress Ave
    Bastien, Dorothy (b/f 7-23-91) was arrested after investigation revealed that she had struck another female at the mall. She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-8278 2315 hrs Noise Disturbance (block party) 1213 NW 4th St
    Units responded to the area in reference to several noise complaints and concerns about the roads being blocked by pedestrians. Upon arrival a block party was under way with approximately 300 attendees. The DJ had set up shop on the north side of the Cherry Hill Mini Market. Due to the event having not received a proper permit from the city it was ended. All subjects left the area without incident.
  • 10-8293 0040 hrs Missing Endangered Adult (Silver Alert) 130 SE 13th Ave
    Units responded in reference to a report of Winters, Elsie (b/m 9-27-28) being missing. Winters is described as being 5’9”, 180 lbs, last seen wearing blue jeans, a brown shirt, and blue jacket. His wife advised that he suffers from multiple medical conditions as well as Alzheimers. He was last seen driving a white 96 Ford Ranger truck, bearing FL tag J089VPF, and was in route to the movie theater at the Boynton Mall. Units were unable to locate Winters and a Silver Alert was initiated. (Mr. Winters was later located).

Overnight Incidents for February 19, 2010

  • 10-008079 1920 hrs Warrant Arrest  744 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    B/M Luc S Dorceus DOB 03-24-85 was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant for possession marijuana.  Dorceus was sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-008082 1934 hrs Possession of Contraband 133 N Congress Avenue
    W/F Debora R Moore DOB 03-19-58 was arrested after causing a disturbance at Publix Supermarket.  A search incident to arrest revealed Moore was in possession of a pill bottle containing numerous quantities of schedule 2 and schedule 4 narcotics.  Moore did not have a prescription for any of these medications.  Moore was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-008112 2312 hrs  Burglary (smash & grab) 1531 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    Officers responded to an alarm at ABC Liquors to find the front door smashed.  The manager arrived and advised that a case of Johnny Walker black Scotch whiskey ($746.00) and three (3) bottles of Hennessey Cognac brandy ($92.00) were taken.

Overnight Incidents for February 18, 2010

  • 10-007873 1755 hrs Warrant Arrest 146 SE 4th Avenue
    W/F Jennifer L Hershberger DOB 12-31-81 was found to have an outstanding VOP warrant for retail theft from St. Lucie County.  Hershberger was sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-007887 1924 hrs Possession of Contraband 700 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    B/M Raymond Herisse DOB 03-01-89 was found to be in possession of 2.9 grams of crack cocaine and 0.2 grams of hydrocodone follow a traffic infraction.  Herisse was sent to county jail.

Overnight Incidents for February 13, 2010 - February 16, 2010

  • 10-007604 2118 hrs Trespass/ Corruption by Threat 131 E Boynton Beach Blvd
    Allen, Jesse (b/m 7-18-73) was arrested for trespassing after he was located arguing with his girlfriend at Kentucky Fried Chicken, a location from which he has been previously trespassed. While Allen was being processed he threatened to have the officer and his entire family killed if the officer ever took any further law enforcement action against Allen. He was additionally charged and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-007622 2344 hrs R/A w/out Violence 2050 NW 2nd St
    Sammiel, Timothy (b/m 7-30-61) was arrested for R/A w/out violence after he refused to follow officers’ lawful commands to show his hands when they responded to a reported disturbance at the above location (BBPD #10-007618). The complainant had advised that Sammiel was the subject causing the disturbance and stated that he was known to carry a firearm. Sammiel was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-07365  1804 hrs Possession of Marijuana 1799 N. Congress Ave.
    Rick Brusso, 07/30/68, was arrested for possession of 3.1 grams of Marijuana. An anonymous complainant advised Brusso had been sleeping at the table for awhile and they were concerned. Welfare check was conducted on Brusso and it was determined he was fine; but he admitted to having marijuana in his possession.
  • 10-07366  1819 hrs Possession of Marijuana 600 N. Seacrest Blvd.
    Larhonda Moody, 09/28/86, arrested for possession of 1.9 grams of Marijuana. Moody had been an occupant of a vehicle that was stopped for a traffic violation which had the odor of burnt Marijuana emanating from it.
  • 10-7299   0846 hrs Burglary Auto 2002 S. Fed. Hwy.
    Victim reported that sometime between 01-08-10 and 01-29-10, a GPS (valued at $200) was taken from her vehicle while it was parked at above address (secondary residence). Victim did not realize that the GPS was missing until a few weeks later after returning to a primary residence in NY. Victim spoke with neighbors back in FL via telephone and learned that during the same time period, there were several other auto burglaries in that area. Victim believes that the GPS was taken during this time. Victim reported no signs of forced entry to the vehicle. No suspect(s). Crime scene negative.
  • 10-007184 1659 hrs Burglary (auto) 2016 S Federal Hwy #E307
    Victim stated that between 0001 hrs on 02-08-10 and 1000 hrs this date unknown person(s) entered his unsecured ’08 white Lincoln MKZ.  Taken from the car was a Tom Tom GPS unit ($150.00) from the center console.
  • 10-007187 1737 hrs Disorderly Conduct 244 N Congress Avenue
    B/F LeShayla Wilkins DOB 03-27-84 was arrested after she caused a large disturbance outside of Chuck E Cheeses Restaurant.  Wilkins and some other patrons were involved in a verbal altercation inside the establishment that continued out.  The other party attempted to leave but Wilkins continued to act aggressively towards them.  Wilkins refused to comply with officers’ request to desist.  She was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-7109   0557 hrs Poss. Contraband (arrest) 2821 S. Fed. Hwy.
    Officers responded to the Homing Inn reference a disturbance. While in contact with officers, Maginley, Lestroy D. (b/m, DOB: 08-23-78) and Nixon, Lakeisha S. (b/f, DOB: 01-25-88) were observed acting very nervous and suspicious. Closer observation revealed that Maginley was manipulating a clear plastic bag containing a green leafy substance from his pants pocket and began rolling it up into the bed sheet; attempting to do this without officers noticing. During the course of this, Nixon was looking towards Maginley, and motioning to him in agreement, as he was doing this. As officers recovered the bag, Nixon blurted out that the baggie was hers. Baggie contained several smaller prepackaged zip lock baggies (1” x1”) filled with marijuana. Search incident to arrest also revealed Maginley in possession of a counterfeit $100 bill. Both subjects were transported to PBCJ.
  • 10-7116   1055 hrs Robbery/ Cut Instr. 2001 NW 2nd Ct.
    Officers responded to the area and located the victim with a knife wound on his right arm (tricep area, approx. 3” long) and stated that $100 was taken from him. Victim told officers that he was walking through Ezell Hester Park when he was approached by two b/m’s (unidentified) who were looking to buy narcotics. When victim told the b/m’s he did not have any or even know where to get the narcotics, he advised that one of them grabbed him while the other pulled out a serrated knife and slashed the victim on the right arm. Victim was able to escape and ran from the b/m’s to call police. Suspects were described as b/m’s, both 6ft. tall, both with dreads. One suspect was wearing a blue “hoodie,” the second suspect was wearing a black leather jacket. Victim stated he was not able to identify the suspects, would not fill out a statement, and did not wish to cooperate with officers. Victim was treated by BBFD and transported to Bethesda (via AMR) for non life threatening injuries.
  • 10-07014   1707 hrs Burglary Residence 1466 SW 25th Ave.
    Victim reported unknown person entered his residence by prying open a sliding glass door between 0915 and 1700 hours and removing approximately $9000.00 worth of electronics consisting of game consoles, laptops, and audio equipment. Crime scene was negative. A silver Honda or Mitsubishi was seen in the area during the day, however; another area resident saw a maroon colored Honda or Mitsubishi in the area. Further information is forthcoming.

Overnight Incidents for February 12, 2010

  • 10-006839 1459 hrs Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Beauzieux, Bernard (b/m 4-18-89) was at Sears applying for a job. After submitting his application for employment he entered the men’s bathroom and removed a set of headphones from the packaging and concealed them in his pant’s pocket. He was taken into custody as he attempted to leave the store with the $29.99 worth of merchandise. He was processed and released with a NTA.
  • 10-006883 2022 hrs  Flee/Elude 100 NW 13th Ave
    Ofc Haugh stopped a vehicle in the 100 block of NW 13th Ave. When he approached the driver’s door of the vehicle it fled onto southbound N Seacrest Blvd. The vehicle ultimately crashed into the public park on the south side of SW 6th Ave at Seacrest Blvd (BBPD #10-6890). The driver of the vehicle, identified through investigation as Jacobs, Joseph (b/m 9-11-90), fled on foot. A perimeter and K9 search met with negative results. Charges are to be filed on Jacobs.

Overnight Incidents for February 11, 2010

  • 10-006763 2208 hrs Burglary 1440 Piazza Delle Pallotole
    Between 2130 and 2200 hrs suspect(s) unknown stole the victim’s bicycle from the open garage of the above address. Crime scene and witness canvas was negative.
      

Overnight Incidents for February 10, 2010

  • 10-006586 Simple Battery Arrest 801 N. Congress Ave.
    Lakedra Moore was arrested for Simple Battery after investigation revealed that she pushed Francisa Garcia to the ground inside the mall.  Garcia suffered minor bruising to her legs as a result of being pushed.  Moore was issued a NTA and released.
      

Overnight Incidents for February 9, 2010

  • 10-006403 1820 hrs Burglary (residence) 1609 NE 4th Court
    Victim stated that between 0720 hrs and 1800 hrs unknown person(s) entered her residence by prying a side door.  Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole her daughter’s Jansport backpack ($20.00).  Inside the backpack was two Nintendo DS games systems ($340.00), a Sylvania portable DVD player ($70.00), a MP3 player ($15.00), nineteen DS games ($380.00).  Taken from the living room was a Nintendo Wi game system ($250.00).
  • 10-006417 1953 hrs Shoplifting (felony) 801 N Congress Avenue
    B/F Mylasia A Bridgewater DOB 12-17-90 and W/F Alexis B Belski DOB 12-24-90 were arrested for stealing $482.00 worth of merchandise from Macy’s.  Both were processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-006458  0024 hrs Battery on L.E.O.  2313 SW 23rd Cranbrook Drive
    Officers responded to a burglary in progress.  The caller advised that a w/m was running between houses and had been observed pulling on door handles.  Utilizing K9 Hutch, w/m Robert D Erclauz DOB 09-12-78 was located and order to stop.  Erclauz refused to comply and K9 hutch was released.  Erclauz began kicking and punching K9 Hutch.  K9 handler Officer Sohn intervened and in the process Officer Sohn was kick in the hand.   Erclauz was medically cleared prior to being transported to county jail.  K9 Hutch was uninjured.  Officer Sohn sustained a badly bruised hand.
      

Overnight Incidents for February 6, 2010 - February 8, 2010

  • 10-006133 1820 hrs Simple Battery 728 Casa Loma Blvd
    Doyle, Deborah (w/f 7-16-67) was arrested for having struck Friedman, Dan (w/m 6-27-57) in the face multiple times. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-6052 1058 hours Aggravated Assault 500 block S. Federal Hwy
    Officers responded to the area in reference to a male attempting to stab another with a screwdriver. Suspect with the alleged weapon left the scene and was later located at the 1300 block of N. Federal Hwy where he was positively identified by the victim. Weapon was recovered. W/M Rosado, Obdulio DOB: 04/19/52 was arrested for aggravated assault and transported PBCJ.
  • 10-005949 1719 hrs DWLS 1800 W Woolbright Rd
    Skinner, Aaron (w/m 3-15-71) was arrested for driving with a suspended license after he was involved in a single vehicle accident. DUI charges are pending the results of a blood toxicology report. Skinner was released with a NTA in reference to the suspended license due to the medical requirements of his injuries.
      

Overnight Incidents for February 5, 2010

  • 10-005824 2311 hrs Burglary Attempt (residence) 734 NE 1st Street
    Victim stated that between 1300 hrs and 2300 hrs, unknown person(s) attempted to pry the front door away from the door frame.  There was extensive damage to the front door but entry was not gained to the residence.  Crime Scene negative.  No suspect information obtained.
  • 10-005773 1830 hrs Warrant Arrest 1005 N. Seacrest Blvd (EZ Market)
    Charlotte Harper (12/10/63) was found to have a warrant for Carrying a Concealed Weapon.  She was arrested and sent to the Palm Beach County Jail.

Overnight Incidents for February 4, 2010

  • 10-005559  1715 hrs Burglary (residence)  1116 Asbury Way
    Victim stated that between 0600 hrs and 1630 hrs unknown person(s) entered her residence by prying open the front door. Once inside the unknown suspect(s) stole a 17” HP computer ($1000.00), a white gold & diamond necklace ($400.00), a bracelet & earring set ($400.00) and other miscellaneous jewelry ($1500.00).
  • 10-005564 1752 hrs Burglary (attempt)  809 New Lake Drive
    Victim stated that between 1030 hrs and 1700 hrs unknown person(s) attempted to gain entry to her residence by prying the deadbolt on the front door.  The deadbolt was damaged but entry was not made.
  • 10-005575 1848 hrs Armed Robbery (attempt) 330 NW 16th Court
    Victims stated that they were sitting in the front yard of the residence when they were approached by two black males wearing all black clothing and white ski masks.  On of the males was armed with an assault type rifle and the second had a handgun.  Both suspects demanded money from the victims who fled on foot.  Victims were unable to provide any further description and/or direction of travel.
  • 10-005598 2104 hrs Purse Snatch  398 N Congress Avenue
    Victim stated she and her husband were walking in the parking lot after dining at Snapper’s Seafood.  An unknown white male, riding a bicycle yanked her purse ($75.00) from her hand as he passed by.  Victim was unable to describe the suspect but did state that he fled on the bicycle towards Old Boynton Road.  A check of the area for the suspect was negative.  Inside the purse was a Blackberry cell phone ($200.00) and $250.00 cash.
  • 10-005642 0040 hrs  Burglary (cat type)  1402 Asbury Way
    Victims were asleep (one on the couch and one in the bedroom) when the one sleeping on the couch awoke to find a short black male standing in her living room.  When she confronted him, the suspect fled onto the patio and through the screen which had been cut.  Victim discovered that her Mac Book laptop ($1000.00) and a broken Sony Play station 3 ($100.00) had been taken.  Victim began to walk around the complex in search of the suspect before calling police approximately 15 minutes later.  Victim stated that the rear slider was left open allowing the suspect to enter the house after cutting the patio screen. 

Overnight Incidents for Febrary 3, 2010

  • 10-005416 1801 hrs  Retail Theft 801 N Congress Ave
    Nuckols, Richard (w/m 1-30-70) and Marisco, Jeannine (w/f 6-30-74) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $74.92 worth of merchandise from Sears. Marisco had a local ID and was released with a NTA. Nuckols only possessed a Virginia license and was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-005409 10-005425 1834 hrs  R/A w/out Violence 101 W Woolbright Rd
    Jones, Joshua (b/m 2-3-85) was arrested after obstructing officers who were investigating a complaint that Jones was vandalizing a vehicle. Jones physically resisted arrest and had to be tased. As a result Jones fell to the ground causing a small laceration to his head. He was medically cleared and TOT PBCJ. SIR to follow. While officers were taking Joshua into custody, others were involved in a foot pursuit with his brother, Jones, Andrew (b/m 1-29-84) who had been involved in the original disturbance caused by Joshua. Andrew was located, arrested, and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-005412 1857 hrs Battery/ R/A w/out Violence 240 NE 16th Ct Davis, Reginald (b/m 10-17-76) was arrested and charged with the above charges as well as being a habitual traffic offender. Units had been responding to the above address when they observed Davis leaving the area in a vehicle. When they attempted to stop the vehicle Davis fled on foot. After a short pursuit he was taken into custody. Further investigation revealed that he had battered the original complainant. He was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for February 2, 2010

  • 10-005248 1700 hrs Retail Theft  801 N Congress Ave
    Rodriguez, Marino (w/m 2-21-85) and Tosta, Suanny (w/f 7-12-90) were arrested after they were caught trying to steal $43.76 worth of merchandise from Sears. They were processed and released with NTA’s.
  • 10-005268 1919 hrs Burglary Auto 1107 Victory Cir
    Between 1-31-10 at 1830 hrs and 2-1-10 at 1030 hrs suspect(s) unknown broke into victim’s vehicle and stole her Garmin GPS unit. It appears the vehicle had been left unlocked. Crime scene was negative. Total loss is $400.
  • 10-005279 2026 hrs Burglary Auto (attempt) 1475 W Gateway Blvd
    At approximately 1050 hrs the victim heard his car alarm activate. He responded to the parking lot and observed the driver’s side door lock to be removed from the vehicle. Victim stated that it did not appear that entry had been gained into the vehicle. Delay in reporting due to victim having vehicle repaired first. Total loss is $698. Crime scene, canvas, and video negative.
  • 10-005280 10-005281 2034 hrs Warrant Arrests 233 NW 6th Ave
    Allen, Laverne (b/f 7-10-67) and Stephens, Marquita (b/f 7-15-85) were arrested in reference to outstanding arrest warrants. They were processed and TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-005288 2135 hrs Warrant Arrest New Lake Dr
    Levis, Amanda (b/f 9-9-89) was arrested in reference to an outstanding arrest warrant. She was processed and TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for January 30, 2010 - February 1, 2010

  • 10-5141 2044 Robbery with Firearm  302 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    B/M entered the business (Majestic) from the west side armed with a possible silver 38 caliber firearm and robbed the business of $600.00.  B/M described as wearing a black hooded winter style jacket, faded jeans in front and back, black gloves, blue bandana and a light blue face covering. D-Bureau and Crime scene called out.
  • 10-5142  2056 Robbery with Firearm 1899 W. Woolbright Rd.
    B/M entered the business (Corner Food and Beverage) armed with a possible silver 38 caliber firearm and robbed the business of $200.00.   B/M described as wearing a black hooded winter style jacket, faded jeans in front and back, black gloves, blue bandana and a light blue face covering. D-Bureau and Crime scene called out. Video obtained and appears same subject from Majestic.
  • 10-05009 2012 hours Homicide (Shooting) 100 block SW 2nd Ave.
    Witness called 911 advising he saw a male shooting at someone. Officers responded and located two deceased males lying in the street from apparent gunshot wounds. Suspect was initially described as a B/M wearing a black T-shirt and long blue jeans shorts. Investigation is on-going.
  • 10-004782 1609 hrs DUI 1500 S Congress Avenue
    W/F Shannon M Sweeney DOB 08-24-74 was arrested for DUI following a traffic stop.  Sweeney was processed and sent to county jail.
  • 10-004824 2014 hrs Warrant Arrest 400 NW 13th Avenue
    B/M Markus R Brown DOB 08-01-89 was found to have an outstanding warrant (FTA resisting an officer) after he was stopped for a City ordinance violation.  Brown was sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-004846 2142 hrs Warrant Arrest 130 NE 10th Avenue
    B/M Levelt Cyprien DOB 03-09-61 was found to have an outstanding warrant (FTA retail theft) after he was stopped for a COV.  Cyprien was sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed.
  • 10-004862 2345 hrs Disorderly Conduct 527 NW 8th Avenue
    B/M Frank Alexander DOB 03-23-50 and B/F Joni Alexander DOB 01-20-68 were arrested for disorderly conduct after officers responded to their residence several times for noise complaints stemming from a large party.  The Alexander’s refused to comply with officers’ requests to end the party after a crowd of 100-150 people began loitering in the roadway and began yelling obscenities at the officers.  B/M Robert L Hollis DOB 09-09-70 was also arrested after he grabbed an officer’s shirt and attempted to pull him to the ground.  The officer was uninjured.

Overnight Incidents for January 29, 2010

  • 10-004637 1641 Hrs  Burglary Res 133 NE 4th Ave
    Victim B/F Andrews, Jamilla (11/16/74) who stated between 0730hrs and 1700hrs unknown suspect(s) entered the  house by smashing a window.  E-Machine desktop computer worth approx $500 was stolen from the room on the east side along with a Magnavox DVD player worth approx $50. Crime scene was conducted on the window with dusting powder for latent finger prints, results were negative.
  • 10-004655 1802 Hrs Grand Theft  3605 N Old Dixie Hwy
    W/m Conner Trampis 10-26-75 was arrested for grand theft. He was TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-004662 2005 Hrs Poss Contraband  500 NW 11th Ave 
    B/M Cordell Brown was arrested for possession of Marijuana under 20 grams FSS 893.13.6b and transported to BBPD for processing. The Marijuana was weighed (4g Net/ 6.3g TPW) and submitted to BBPD evidence. Brown was released with an NTA.
  • 10-004670 2029 Hrs Burglary Res Forced 640 NE 6th CT D
    Victim stated that unknown person(s) entered residence between 1630-2045 hrs. Approximately $700 us currency and $1000 worth of various jewelry was taken. Crime scene conducted and no latents recovered. No suspect info.
  • 10-004666 2055 Hrs Theft Other  2360 N Federal Hwy(SHELL)
    W/M Muhammad Islam stated that an unknown B/M wearing a white shirt and long  black pants entered the store and stole a box that was sitting on the counter.  The box was a Haitian donation box and was filled with approx $100.00 to $200.00.  Islam stated that the male entered the passenger side of black in colored SUV and  fled north bound on N.Federal Highway. Islam stated that the store surveillance camera captured the incident and Islam could provide a tape at a later date. There is no suspect information at this time.
      

Overnight Incidents for January 28, 2010

  • 10-004461 1643 Hrs Burglary Auto  1761 Banyan Creek Circle N
    Victim reported someone entered her unsecured 2009 Blk Acura bearing FL Tag SX219 between 1630 hrs 1/26/10 and 0730 hrs 1/27/10.  Taken were an I-Pod, $35.00 in change and a carton of cigarettes.   Total Loss $389.00
  • 10-004469  1705 Hrs  Burglary Residence  600 Whispering Pines Rd
    Victim reported sometime between 0800 and 1330 hrs today’s date unk persons removed a  42” flat screen T.V. from his enclosed screened patio. No forced entry.  Total Loss $850.00.  Crime scene negative.
  • 10-004472  1748 Hrs  Burglary Auto  210 Flamingo Dr  
    Victim reported sometime between 01/23/10 0000 and 01/27/10 someone entered her unlocked 2006 blue Toyota Highlander FL Tag J675WN and removed a pill container which had 1 Xanax pill.  Crime scene negative.
  • 10-004479 1814 Hrs Burglary Residence 1209 SW 25th Ave
    Victim reported between 0123 and 1940 hrs her home was burglarized.  Taken was a Dell Laptop computer.  Rear French doors were found unlocked with no sign of forced entry.  Crime scene negative.
  • 10-004493  1938 Hrs   Possession of contraband 100 NW 4th Ave
    B/M Charles Yearby 26 YOA was arrested for possession of marijuana during a traffic stop.  Yearby admitted to having the contraband when officers asked him to step out of the vehicle due to a strong odor of burnt marijuana.  He was released with an NTA.
  • 10-004506 2109 Hrs Burglary Auto 202 South Ibis Dr.
    Victim reported between 01/25/10 1600 hr and today someone entered his unlocked silver 2009 Pontiac SUV FL Tag Q914ZS and removed a Dell laptop and Tom Tom portable GPS System. Total loss $550.00. Crime scene negative.
  • 10-004528  2330 Hrs  Resisting w/o Violence 220 NE 10th Ave
    B/M George Wilcher 33 YOA was arrested after he ran thinking he had a warrant, during an investigatory stop.  He was processed and released with an NTA.
      

Overnight Incidents for January 27, 2010

  • 10-004307 1821 Residential Burglary 21 Southern Cross Circle
    Resident B/F Johane Alliance (DOB 12/17/1985) stated that she left for work at approx. 1045 hours and when she returned home at approx. 1820 hours, she discovered that her sliding glass door on the N/W side of the residence was opened.  A 32" Samsung flat screen TV, a 27" Sanyo flat screen TV and $460.00 in cash was taken from the residence. Total loss is $1560.00. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-004345 0006 L & P 4700 N Congress Ave
    B/M Odias, Hubert was found to be Loitering behind a closed business after hours. TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for January 26, 2010

  • 10-004118   1843 hrs Burglary (auto)  819 Victory Circle
    Victim stated that between 2030 hrs on 01-24-10 and 0800 hrs on 01-25-10 unknown person(s) entered her unsecured red ’97 Saturn.  Victim stated the only thing missing was her garage door opener.
  • 10-004152 2110 hrs Possession of Contraband 2800 Ocean Parkway
    B/M Mitchell Francois DOB 04-02-88 was found to be in possession of <20 grams of marijuana following a traffic stop.  Due to a St. Lucie County residency, Francois was sent to county jail.
  • 10-004166 2308 hrs Robbery (strong arm)  801 N Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that at 2000 hrs she was entering her car in the NE corner of the parking lot near Cinemark theatres.  Victim stated she was approached from behind by a w/m (5’7” – 5’8” thin build, shaved head) who stated, “I need your money”.  Victim thought the male was joking until he pushed into her car, at which time she handed him $100 (5 20’s) from her pocket.  The male then fled southbound through the parking lot.  Victim stated the delay in reporting was due to lack of a thorough suspect description.  She was subsequently advised by a friend to contact police.
     

Overnight Incidents for January 23, 2010 - January 25, 2010

  • 10-003980 2015 hrs Warrant Arrest 119 SW 5th Ave
    While on scene of a domestic call W/M Arroyo, Jose 01/28/1978 was run through FCIC/NCIC via BBPD dispatch/records coming back positive for a FTA (misdemeanor) warrant (PBSO #05-010385).  Arroyos warrant was confirmed and he was placed into custody. Arroyo was transported via marked patrol vehicle to BBPD for processing.  Arroyo was turned over to PBCJ.
  • 10-003987 2124 hrs Suspicious Incident 4753 N Congress Ave
    W/M Snowman, Cameron advised that approx 30 minutes prior to PD arrival, his friend fell into the lake just north of Meadows Park and began to float towards the middle.  Snowman stated that he was sitting on the shoreline with his friend both consuming a few beers when this occurred.  Snowman stated that he removed his clothing, leaving only his boxer shorts on, and jumped in after his friend.  Snowman stated he was unsuccessful in retrieving his friend from the water due to losing sight of his friend, believing that he had gone under the surface of the water. Officers inquired with Snowman in an attempt to gather information on his friend.  Snowman was only able to them that he only knows the male as Chris and is approx 45 years of age.  Chris is approx 5'08 and 155 pounds.  Chris was last seen wearing possibly a white shirt and black shorts.  Snow stated that he met Chris approx one month ago, thus why he doesn't have any further information on him. It should be noted Snowman was very intoxicated. A search of the lake was conducted by BBFD, BBPD, and PBSO Eagle. The search was negative.
  • 10-004017 0132 hrs Warrant Arrest 100 Ne 10th Ave
    While on a extra patrol units met with b/m Patrick McIntosh (dob 08/23/91) who was shown to have an active warrant (#: 09003039) out of PALMS (FTA - original charge: Suspicious Loitering). Once the warrant was confirmed, McIntosh was transported to BBPD for processing and later TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-3917 1139 hours Vandalism/Auto 2130 NE 2nd Street
    Between 1030 and 1135 hours this date unknown suspects smashed the front windshield of the victim’s 1997 Ford F-150 P/U. It is unknown what was utilized to smash the windshield.
  • 10-003801 1551 hrs Burglary Auto 20 Cordova Ave
    Victim stated the following Her 2006 Cadi bearing OH Tag DYG7679 was burglarized approx 2 days ago (1/21/10). She had gone into the center console approx 2 days ago and realized $30 in rolled quarters was missing. She thought she may have taken the money out another time. When she entered the vehicle on this date she realized a GPS and digital camera were also missing.  There were no signs of forced entry. It is believed the unk person entered the vehicle through an unsecured door. There were no witnesses or suspects developed at the time of this writing. No S/N were available to enter the items into NCIC/FCIC as stolen. Total est value of loss $414.00.
  • 10-003841 2027 hrs Possession Cocaine 2100 S Seacrest Blvd
    During a traffic stop Officer Williams observed Daniel Stambugh 04-30-67 attempt to stuff or stick something between the passenger and drivers seat with his right hand. Officer Williams noticed in plain view a white rock like substance, suspect "crack cocaine" (2.7) grams. The suspect cocaine was lying right of him on the seat.  Search incident to arrest a search of the vehicle revealed more cocaine between the passenger seat and driver’s seat on the floor board. Daniel was transported to BBPD for processing. He was then TOT PBCJ.
  • 10-003622 1613 hrs  Robbery Strong Arm  2310 SE 2nd Street
    Victim B/F Yva Nelson  advised she was walking westbound on SE 23rd Ave when she was approached by an unidentified B/F wearing green and red scrubs. The B/F asked Nelson if she had family in Haiti and did she need money to send to them. Nelson advised she did. The B/F guided Nelson over to a white vehicle which was parked in front of 413 SE 23rd Ave. A second B/F, also wearing scrubs, exited the vehicle. The second B/F had Nelson get in the vehicle. Once in the vehicle the two B/F drove west on SE 23rd Ave with Nelson in the car. The first B/F then grabbed Nelson purse from her and took approximately $310 from it. They stopped the vehicle at the 200 block of SE 23rd  Ave and kicked Nelson out. Nelson advised she then ran to 2310 SE 2nd St where she contacted BBPD. No further suspect or vehicle info. Note victim did not speak English.
  • 10-003655  1846 hrs  Possession of Cocaine  200 W BB Blvd
    W/M John Williams (dob 08/29/62) was arrested by Officer Cooney after it was discovered he possessed 0.2 grams of cocaine. He was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.
  • 10-003698  1900 hrs  Hit/Run accident city vehicle 975 West Gateway
    PD vehicle 4313 was struck in the front passenger headlight, while parked in parking space. Unknown vehicle or suspect info, as vehicle left scene. SIR to follow
  • 10-003686 2132 hrs  Armed Robbery  2005 S Federal Hwy
    Victim W/M Shawn Tyree who advised he was waiting on the bus at the above address. He advised two B/Ms approached him from behind and  poked him in the back with something that felt like a gun. They advised him they had a gun and to give them everything they had. Tyree advised he gave them his cell phone. They then fled south to SE21st Ave. He chased them on foot west on 21st Ave to SE 3rd St where he lost sight of them. Tyree was unable to provide any further suspect description beyond 2 B/M approximately 18 years old. One B/M had corn rows in his hair. the other had a shaved head. One subject was wearing a black shirt and Checkered shorts. The other B/M was wearing a gold shirt and black shorts. K9 track ended in the 2200 block of SE 3rd Street.
  • 10-003707 0004 hrs Possession Heroin 600 S Federal Hwy
    B/M Calvin L. Griffin d.o.b. 02-26-76 arrested during a traffic stop after it was discovered he was DWLS. Located on his person was 0.4 grams of Heroin.  Griffin was transported to the BBPD booking facility for processing.  Upon completion Griffin was transported to PBC jail.

Overnight Incidents for January 22, 2010

  • 10-003452 1728 hrs  Stolen Auto 1231 Via Fantini
    Victim stated 01-20-10 he allowed an employee to use his white ’89 GMC van bearing FL tag N960MKfor a few hours.  As of this date the employee has not returned the van and no contact has been with the employee.  Inside the van is approximately $10,000 worth of power tools.  Victim believes employee might sell tools to support a drug habit.  The van was entered into FCIC/NCIC as stolen.
  • 10-003461 2003 hrs Burglary (auto) 424 NE 15th Court
    Victim stated that between 1930 hrs and 2000 hrs unknown person(s) entered his unsecured black ’98 Ford Expedition.  Taken from the SUV were three (3) Sony speakers ($225.00) and a 4500 watt amplifier ($212).  

Overnight Incidents for January 21, 2010

  • 10-3271 2206 Hours 400 NE 10th Avenue Warrant Arrest
    As a result of a traffic stop, Barkell Payne (07/09/86) was arrested for two misdemeanor traffic warrants and sent to the Palm Beach County Jail.
      

Overnight Incidents for January 20, 2010

  • 10-003075 1600 hrs Burglary Auto 4305 N Congress Ave
    Between 1400 and 1600 hrs suspect made entry to victims vehicle that was parked at Meadows Park, and removed her purse. At approximately 1703 hrs victims credit card was used at Target 650 North Congress Ave, reference BBPD case 10-003062 (3 arrests made)
  • 10-003062 1703 hrs Fraudulent Use Of Credit cards  650 N Congress Ave
    Units responded to the report of a suspect that had returned to Target reference a past fraud case. Upon arrival units determined that the following three suspects possessed the purse stolen in the above burglary (10-003062), and used the victims credit card to purchase over $2,000.00 worth of merchandise.  The victims purse was recovered along with all contents in the suspects vehicle and returned to the victim. Also located inside the suspect vehicle was a purse stolen in a burglary out of PBSO case 10-028245. Arrested were: H/M Peter Maya 06/19/88, B/F Tachanavian Ashley 03/14/87, B/M Jude Alexis 05/21/89. Due to the combined efforts of Officer Rini, Officer Reynolds, Officer Lauture, Det Llopis, and Det McDeavitt, the suspects were charged with the following: Possession of stolen credit cards, Forgery, Uttering a forged instrument, Fraudulent use of a credit card, Grand theft, Scheme to defraud, Burglary.
  • 10-003111 2226 hrs  Auto Theft  2111 Mahogany Drive The victim stated that he parked his black with maroon trim 2006 Suzuki GSXR 750 motorcycle, bearing FL tag 9719KU, in the north section of the parking area at building 2 at about 2000 hrs. At 2210 hrs, he returned to find his motorcycle had been stolen. FCIC/NCIC bolo entry made.
      

Overnight Incidents for January 18, 2010 to January 19, 2010

  • 10-002930 2143 hrs Aggravated Assault 219 W Woolbright Rd
    Upon arrival it was determined that suspect W/M Kenneth Thornsbury had struck victim W/M Norman Brooks in face, after accusing him of the theft of his wallet. After the physical fight was stopped by roommates, Thornsbury produced and threatened the victim with a knife. Thornsbury was taken into custody and later turned over to PBSO Jail.
  • 10-002935 2156 hrs Warrant Arrest 314 SE 23rd  Ave
    W/F Kristen Interlandi (08/15/82) was taken into custody for an outstanding felony warrant # 09-014344 for possession of Oxycodone. She was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.
  • 10-002948 2340 hrs Trespass After Warning 220 NE 10th Ave
    B/M Antonio Bryant was found to be loitering in the parking lot of 220 NE 10th, after being previously trespass warned. He was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.
  • 10-2836 1039 hours Burglary/Auto 500 S. Federal Highway
    Between 1900 and 2330 hours on 01/17/10 unknown suspects entered the victim’s unlocked 2004 Toyota Sienna and removed his wallet from the center console.
  • 10-2740 1749 Hours Burglary Fenced Compound 619 N. Fed. Hwy. (Goodyear)
    A citizen called 911 and advised dispatch that a B/M, later identified as John Adams DOB 12-25-42, was stealing tires from the fenced in compound to the rear of Goodyear.  Units arrived and located Adams inside the fenced in compound throwing tires over the fence.  Officers arrested Adams and sent him to the Palm Beach County Jail.

Overnight Incidents for January 14, 2010 to January 17, 2010 

  • 10-2673 0418 hrs 35 Country Lake Cir Residential Burglary
    Sometime between 01/08/10 and 01/17/10 unknown suspects entered the residence and removed a 50” Samsung LCD TV, a 50” Phillips LCD TV, a Samsung 32” LCD TV, and a WII with its’ games.  There were no signs of forced entry but there was damage to the front door lock.  Crime Scene responded.
     
  • 10-2683 0711 hrs 121 SE 12th Ave. Residential Burglary
    Sometime between 2300 and 1200 hours unknowns suspects removed 2 mountain bikes from a covered carport.  The bikes were both men’s mountain bikes.
     
  • 10-2708 1217 hrs 2014 S Federal Hwy B406 Burglary Auto
    Sometime during the night unknown suspects entered the victims 2006 gray Ford Freestyle by unknown means and stole his Tom Tom XL1 GPS unit.  No crime scene.
     
  • 10-002600 1902 hrs Carjacking (attempt) 548 E Woolbright Road
    Three black male juveniles were arrested after they punched two Hispanic males in the face and knocked them off a red ’07 Key West scooter.  The trio then attempted to pick up the scooter and run off.  When they were unsuccessful, they kicked the scooter causing over $500 damage.  The trio was caught in the 300 block of SE 20th Court as officers canvassed the area.  The victims positively identified the trio.  All three were sent to JAC.
     
  • 10-002607 2013 hrs  Robbery (strong-arm) 3200 Old Boynton Road
    W/M Randolph Shultis DOB 10-09-86 was arrested after he fought with a Mal-Mart loss prevention officer who was attempting to recover $85.00 worth of DVD’s Shultis was concealing.  Shultis was processed and sent to county jail.  The LPO received treatment from BBFR for minor injuries.
     
  • 10-2497 0845 hrs 1313 W. Boynton Bch Blvd Graffiti
    Unknown suspect(s) covered an 80 yard (approximate) section of wall behind Blockbuster with spray-paint graffiti sometime within the last several days. Five empty spray cans were collected along with digital photos.
     
  • 10-2517 1031 hrs  2014 S. Federal Hwy Burglary Auto
    Victim found a door to his 2005 Suzuki Forenza ajar (no damage). Reportedly stolen from within was approximately $700.00 in cash and electronics (no serial numbers provided). Crime scene was negative, occurred overnight.
     
  • 10-2521 1055 hrs 900 Via Lugano Cir Burg. Auto- Attempt
    Victim found the front passenger door handle to his 2006 Kia mini-van broken/removed sometime overnight. It does not appear that entry was made. C.S. was negative, occurred overnight.
     
  • 10-2526 1123 hrs 2014 S. Federal Hwy Burglary Auto
    Victim found the passenger door to his 2006 Chrysler 300 ajar (no damage). Stolen from within was a Garmin GPS unit valued at approximately $250.00 (no serial number). No viable latent prints were located, crime occurred sometime overnight.
     
  • 10-002361 1624 hrs Robbery (armed) 144 NE 15th Avenue
    Victim, the proprietor of Rich’s Ice Cream stated that he was driving his ice cream truck on NE 15th Avenue when he was flagged down by a potential customer.  Victim stated that the teen purchased an ice cream and as he was about to make change two other black male juveniles wearing black shirts around their faces climbed into the truck, pointed handguns at him and demanded money.  Victim turned over $35.00 and the males fled on foot before entering two separate cars.  Crime scene and D-bureau responded.
     
  • 10-002374 1722 hrs Burglary (residence)  2010 NW 2nd Court
    Victim stated that between 0600 hrs and 1700 hrs unknown person(s) entered his gated backyard by climbing the fence.  Once inside the yard the unknown suspect(s) stole a bicycle ($50.00) which was chained to a tree.  The cut padlock was found on the ground.
     
  • 10-002388 1908 hrs Robbery (armed)  1901 N Seacrest Blvd
    Victim stated he was walking near the racquetball courts at Ezell Hester Community Center when he was approached by five black males in their early 20’s, one of which was wielding a small handgun.  The suspects stole the victim’s Metro PCS cell phone and his FL ID card.
     
  • 10-002221 1758 hrs Armed Robbery 1901 North Seacrest Blvd
    Victim  W/M Armando Garcia and his wife, W/F Juanita Garcia stated  that while walking around the Ezell Hester Park he was approached by two B/M's who suddenly pointed a small silver pistol at him and demanded his money. Armando handed his wallet, containing a F/L Driver's license and no money, to the B/M at which time the two B/M's ran from the area heading S/B. He described the suspects as B/M teenagers approx.  5'6 to 5'10 in height with short black hair. One of the suspects was wearing a  white shirt and the other a black shirt. Armando could not remember the color of  the pants. Units were unable to find any witnesses and canvassing of the surrounding area revealed negative results.
     
  • 10-002260  2230 hrs  DUI 500 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    W/F Meredith Cyr was arrested for DUI. The results of the breath test are .258 at 2327 hours and .255 at 2329 hours. She was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.
     
  • 10-002261 2232 hrs Vandalism Auto 607 N Broughton Cir
    Victim stated that sometime between 2230 hours last night and 11:30 hours on this date an unknown person punctured his two front tires ( General Amertrac tires) of his 2006  black Chevy Truck Fl tag 888JTY ($320.00 total loss)

 

Overnight Incidents for January 13, 2010

  • 10-001898 1824 hrs Burglary Auto 905 W. Woolbright Rd.  (Racetrac)
    Victim reported she was pumping gas into her van and left her purse on the passenger seat. Upon entering her vehicle, she observed the purse missing and the passenger door ajar. Video surveillance revealed a B/M, wearing a dark “hoodie” jacket and tan pants, enter the vehicle and removed the purse. The male left in a red Chevrolet Malibu.
  • 10-001911 1859 hrs Burglary Auto 2018 S. Federal Hwy.
    Victim reported that an unknown person entered her unsecured Chevrolet sedan and removed her Magellan GPS from the glove box between 01-10-10 at 1900 hours and 01-11-10 at 0800 hours. No suspect information. Crime scene was negative.
  • 10-001940 2153 hrs Failed to Stop 100 Block NW 17th Ave.
     
    B/M, Shurod White, (03/16/75) arrested after he was observed recklessly driving a beige 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe (FL B888PQ). Upon signaling it to stop, the driver refused for a short distance, then suddenly stopped and ran from the vehicle. White was apprehended after a short run and brief struggle. White had a misdemeanor warrant for his arrest and was in possession of Marijuana Less Than 20 grams. Subject TOT PBCJ.

Overnight Incidents for January 12, 2010

  • 10-001724 1712 hrs Warrant Arrest 500 W Boynton Beach Blvd
    B/M Bernard Johnson DOB 04-16-83 was found to have an outstanding FTA warrant for violation of park hours following a traffic stop.  Johnson was sent to county jail after the warrant was confirmed. 

  • 10-001739 1850 hrs Possession of Contraband 200 NW 10th Avenue
    Officers located a black Mazda 6 matching the description of vehicle driven by a subject wanted for four outstanding felony warrants.  The subject was also allegedly armed and transporting narcotics to Ft. Pierce.  When officers attempted a traffic stop, the driver bailed and was caught after a short foot pursuit.  The driver, b/m William L Watson DOB 08-18-79 was discovered to have four outstanding warrants (burglary, CCF, Violation of Protection Order, and Domestic Violence).  He was additionally charged with possession of crack cocaine, possession of marijuana, battery on L.E.O., and resisting w/o violence.  Watson was sent to county jail.

  • 10-001776 2229 hrs Shooting 2123 NE 3rd Street
    Officers responded to the report of vehicle striking the side of a house.  Upon arrival a gold Lincoln Navigator was found to have crashed into the side of the residence.  Upon checking the driver for injuries, he was discovered to have a gunshot wound to the chest.  A loaded firearm was found on the floorboard.  The male was transported to Delray Trauma where he succumbed to his injuries.  Bethesda Hospital called about a second victim who had multiple gunshot wounds.  This male was stabilized and transported to Delray Trauma.  The investigation is on-going and a Press Release will follow.

 

Overnight Incidents for January 9, 2010 - January 11, 2010

  • 10-001587 1711 hrs Theft 2815 S Seacrest Blvd
    Victim advised she placed her purse in her employee locker located at Bethesda Hospital at approximately 0930h on this date before beginning her shift. She returned to the locker at approximately 1700h and discovered her lock was missing from the locker. When she opened the locker she discovered her purse was stolen. The purse was valued at approximately $35. The purse contained several miscellaneous items with a total loss of approximately $150.00. No suspect info.
     
  • 10-001589 1712 hrs Burglary Residence 2554 SW 12th St
    Between 01/07/2010 06:30:00 and 01/10/2010 17:00:00 victim noticed that her jewelry tree was missing off the dresser in her bedroom.  She said that upon further investigation, she also noticed that missing from the top right dresser drawer was another jewelry tray.   She stated that she had necklaces, bracelets, pendants, earrings and a Mickey Mouse watch (she included an itemized list totaling approx. $12,950.00). A neighbor advised that he had seen a silver Dodge Dakota pickup truck FL J897NN in the victim’s driveway on Thursday at 1255hrs; however, the tag does not come back to said vehicle. No signs of forced entry. Crime scene was negative for latent prints.
     
  • 10-001461 1707 hrs Burglary Auto435 W Boynton Bch Blvd
    Victim advised that while she was inside the business for only several minutes unknown suspect(s) smashed the front passenger window ($200) to her vehicle and stole her purse.  Victim stated that it was a straw type purse ($25) which contained only  her I-Pod ($250, unknown serial number) and Bose Headphones ($350, unknown  serial number). Crime Scene was negative for any latent prints (smash and grab - no prints) and/or blood/fluids left. Total loss is $825
     
  • 10-001477 1856 hrs Warrant Arrest 2600 N Seacrest Blvd
    B/F Althea  Grant (dob 06/17/76) was found to have a FTA warrant for a traffic offense (warrant #: 09017900CTAXX).  Once the warrant was confirmed via BBPD Records).  Grant was transported to BBPD for processing and later TOT PBCJ.
     
  • 10-001480 1912 hrs Suspicious Incident 1620 S Federal Hwy
    Victim advised she was approached by an unknown male suspect who stated “I don’t want to hurt you so give me your money so I can get out of here”. Male stated he had a gun, but none seen. Described as W/M with jeans, blue sweat shirt, hat and big sunglasses, 5’9”. Suspect ran away from scene northbound. Victim drove home to Delray Beach and called Delray Beach PD; however, she refused to meet with officers and did not want contact. Units checked area of 1620 S Federal and could not locate any other witnesses or suspect.
     
  • 10-1413 0931 hours Robbery/Sudden Snatching   4753 N. Congress Avenue
    The victim had just shopped at Publix and was placing her groceries in the trunk of her vehicle when she was approached from behind by a B/M who snatched her purse from her shoulder and fled through the parking lot on foot towards Hypo and Congress. The B/M was described as brown skinned, tall, thin, early twenties, wearing a dark colored baseball cap, green camouflage jacket, and dark colored pants. At approximately 1144 hours Ofc. Surajbally located a male who was wearing the identical clothing of the above Robbery suspect hanging around Walgreens 399 North Congress Avenue. The male attempted to avoid him in the parking lot eventually going into Bed Bath & Beyond and hiding near the rear of the store. The male was from Miami and didn’t have a valid reason for being in the area. The victim and witness positively identified the male. B/M Amos Servants dob 06/22/77 was arrested.
     
  • 10-001287 1614 Hrs Possession Cocaine 300  NW 10th Ave 
    Officer Cooney arrested Dishaun Hodge after she was found to be in possession of 0.1 grams of crack cocaine. She was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.
     
  • 10-001294 1625 Hrs Cat Type Burglary 7105 Mahogany Drive 
    On 1/7/09 at approx 2000 hrs she observed her spare bedroom undisturbed. When she exited the residence at approx 1620 hrs she noticed the screen to the spare bedroom on the ground in front of her apartment door. She also noticed the window to the spare bedroom was unsecured (ajar). She then walked into the spare bedroom and observed a silver Vizio TV (NOI) along with a box which included 2 12” speakers (NOI) missing from the room. The drawers in the furniture had also been rummaged through as well as the closet. No other items appear to be missing. Total value of loss $650.00. Crime scene was positive for latent prints.
     
  • 10-001361 2317 Hrs Warrant Arrest 135 NE 1st Ave
    B/M Jermaine Green was arrested for a FTA traffic warrant. He was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.
     
  • 10-001365 2343 Hrs Warrant Arrest 1400 South Federal Hwy
    William Lepido was arrested for a FTA Warrant. He was processed ant turned over to PBSO Jail.
     
  • 10-001380 0108 Hrs Warrant Arrest 200 E Boynton Bch Blvd
    B/M Termine Cime was arrested for a (3) FTA Warrants. He was processed ant turned over to PBSO Jail.

 

Overnight Incidents for January 8, 2010

  • 10-1105 1720 hrs Burglary (residence) 1551 Stonehaven Drive #3
    Victim stated that when he arrived home he heard his clothes dryer running. The dryer is located in the screened-in patio to the rear of his residence. When the victim went to investigate he observed through the glass door a black male in his 20’s wearing a hooded sweatshirt. The victim went onto the patio to question the male who in turn quickly gathered his clothes from the dryer and fled on foot. A check of the patio revealed the male had pried open the screen door.

  • 10-1182 2247 hrs Possession of Contraband 9 Largo Way
    W/F Jaime L Levy DOB 01-06-90 was found to be in possession of 2.9 grams of marijuana following a noise disturbance investigation. Levy was arrested and released with a NTA.

  • 10-1188 2313 hrs Burglary (residence) 1288 Via de Fossi
    Victim stated that between 2000 hrs and 2300 hrs unknown person(s) entered his open garage and remove four bicycles (1 12” kid’s bike, 2 20” Mongoose, and a 26” Next) valued at $420.00.

  • 10-1183 2319 hrs Burglary (auto) 1333 N Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that between 2100 hrs and 2300 hrs unknown person(s) smashed the rear passenger window to her white ’97 Ford Explorer. Once inside a pink bag containing $310 worth of miscellaneous clothing was stolen. The car was parked at Bru’s Room.

  • 10-1185 2336 hrs Burglary (auto) 1333 N Congress Avenue
    Victim stated that between 2100 hrs and 2300 hrs unknown person(s) smashed the rear passenger window to her silver ’03 Toyota Camry. Taken was a suitcase which contained miscellaneous clothing, an I-pod ($150.00), and a Canon digital camera ($150.00).

 

Overnight Incidents for January 7, 2010

  • 10-00961 1956 hrs Battery L.E.O. 400 SE 12th Ave.
    W/M, David Ditenhafer, 10/29/70, arrested after he obstructed the arrest of another subject for a warrant arrest. As Ditenhafer was detained, he pushed the officer and took flight. Ditenhafer was taken into custody after a short foot pursuit. Ditenhafer had three Xanax pills in his possession without a prescription. TOT PBCJ.

  • 10-00965 2013 hrs Burglary Residence 2100 NW 1st ST.
    Victim reported that unknown persons broke into his vacant rental property, removing a kitchen sink and an A/C unit. Residence sustained water damage. Walls and countertops vandalized. Total loss is $7100.00. No suspect information.

 

Overnight Incidents for January 6, 2010

  • 10-000817 1711 hrs Burglary Residence 2880 NE 5th Ct
    Between 0800 hrs and 1700 hrs on 01-05-10 unknown suspect forced entry into residence by removing screen and opening window. Once inside suspect removed the following items: (1) Sony camera $400 (unknown serial number), (2) LG 39in flat screen television $1000 (unknown serial number), (3) 20kt gold necklace $200, (4) twenty dollars in U.S. currency, (5) a Chase check book $5 and (6) a pair of house keys $3. No suspect info.

  • 10-000793 1714 hrs Warrant Arrest 2200 S Seacrest Blvd
    W/M Donald Katz was arrest for an FTA traffic warrant. He was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.

  • 10-000804 1820 hrs Burglary Auto 1670 Stone haven Drive
    Between 2335 hrs on 01-04-10 and 0815 hrs on 01-05-10, unknown suspect forced entry into victims vehicle by forcing down the drivers side window. Once inside suspect removed $1 in change from the center console and the tire iron ($20 value) was taken from the trunk. Total loss is estimated at $21.00. No suspect info

  • 10-000807 1836 hrs Warrant Arrest 18 Ridge point Drive
    Acting on a BOLO from Ft. Lauderdale PD, Officer Cooney was able to track down B/B Emmanuel Curry at 18 Ridge point Drive. Curry had an outstanding warrant for: carjacking and burglary with battery. He was taken into custody without incident and turned over to PBSO Jail.

  • 10-000847 2328 hrs Warrant Arrest 100 NE 16th Ave
    B/M Darrick Brown was arrested for a FTA warrant. He was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.

 

Overnight Incidents for January 5, 2010

  • 10-000626 1853 Hrs R/A W/O Violence 2211 SE 3rd Street
    B/M Semmie Samuel was arrested for resisting Arrest W/O Violence by Obstruction. When units arrived to the report of a B/M causing a disturbance, by yelling and knocking on doors and windows to the apartment complex, Samuel began to walk away from the area in a suspicious manner. When instructed to stop, Samuel fled on foot and entered an apartment. Samuel eventually exited the apartment and was issued an NTA.

  • 10-000661 2130 Hrs Failed to Stop 400 Block West Boynton Beach Blvd
    Officer Gray attempted a traffic stop on a black Chevy FL tag N857IV; however, the driver failed to stop and continued north on I95, exiting at Lantana Road and going eastbound. Unknown B/M driver. Unable to contact vehicle owner as vehicle had been recently sold to unknown B/M.

  •  10-000686 0052 Hrs Resisting Arrest W/O Violence 1001 Villa Lane
    W/M Daniel Wieloth was arrested for Resisting Arrest W/O Violence. When officers arrived Wieloth was intoxicated, breaking beer bottles, and in a verbal dispute with roommates. When officers attempted to separate the parties involved, Wieloth resisted and officers used a drive-stun Tazer technique to assist in taking Wieloth into custody. Wieloth suffered a small cut to his small finger as a result of falling onto a piece of glass that was on the floor. SIR to follow. Wieloth was processed and turned over to PBSO Jail.

 

Overnight Incidents for January 4, 2010

  • 10-000450 Distraction Theft 901 N.Congress Avenue
    Officers responded to a reported theft at 901 N.Congress Avenue (Big Lots). Investigation revealed that the victim was shopping in the store when she felt an unknown black female bump in to her. When she turned around she realized that her wallet was missing. The wallet was found on the floor several isles over minus the victim’s credit cards. No further suspect information available.

  • 10-000502 Residential Burglary 193 SE 1st Circle
    Officers responded in reference to a delayed burglary to the residence. Victim advised that unknown persons entered his residence between 1100 hours and 2100 hours on today’s date by unknown means. Taken were three computers valued at approximately $6600.00. Crime Scene was negative and no suspect information was developed.

  • 10-000528 Theft 2815 S.Seacrest Blvd (Bethesda Hospital)
    Officers were conducting a separate investigation in ER Room#10 when Detective Athol observed the suspect concealing medical supplies valued at $50.00 inside her purse. Bethesda Staff signed a sworn statement and the medical supplies were recovered. Subject turned over to the Palm Beach County Jail as she had no identification and no permanent residential address.

 

Overnight Incidents for January 1, 2009 – January 3, 2009

  • 10-00326 1906 hrs Hit-and-Run Accident/ T.H.I. 2000 NE 1st Way
    A middle aged woman was retrieving belongings from a vehicle parked alongside the road when another vehicle drove southbound and struck her with the right side of the vehicle. Victim was transported to Delray Community Hospital as a Trauma Alert. Prognosis is unknown at this time. Suspect vehicle information is limited at this time. Vehicle was described as red or blue vehicle and may be missing a passenger side mirror. T.H.I. responded and investigation is continuing.

  • 10-000264 1124 hrs. 510 E. Gateway Blvd. Burglary (del.)
    Unk. suspects entered through a rear window sometime between 0900 hrs. on 12-16-09 and 1120 hrs. on 01-02-10 and took victim’s washer and dryer. It is to be noted the home was unoccupied and is under foreclosure. Crime scene negative. No suspect(s)

  • 10-00129 1912 hrs Warrant Arrest 1581 NW 2nd Ln.
    B/M, Odell J. Mitchell, 06/10/71, arrested for outstanding Failure to Appear warrant. TOT PBCJ.

  • 10-00132 1918 hrs Warrant Arrest 100 NW 10th Ave.
    B/M, Martell Valcourt, 02/13/85, arrested for outstanding Failure to Appear warrant. TOT PBCJ.

  • 10-00175 2147 hrs Burglary Residence 114 SW 8th PL.
    Victim reported an unknown person reached into the enclosed patio at the rear of the residence by opening a window and unlocking a door. A Toshiba computer was removed valued at $350.00. Crime scene was negative. No suspect information available.

  • 10-00177 2202 hrs Failed to Stop 700 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    Officer Coffey observed a Hit-and-Run accident involving two vehicles and attempted to stop the suspect vehicle, a silver 1997 Oldsmobile, (FL Tag: 575-MUM). The vehicle failed to stop upon signaling it. After noting the vehicle information and allowing sufficient time for the suspect to stop, Officer Coffey ended his attempt at stopping the vehicle. Investigation revealed that the victim vehicle had chased after the suspect vehicle after the accident, but disappeared upon police involvement. The unknown victim failed to return and meet with police.

  • 10-00180 2218 hrs Failed to Stop 500 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
    Officer Sohn attempted to stop a green 1994 Buick LeSabre (FL Tag: GTY4G) for Reckless Driving, however; the vehicle failed to stop upon signaling it. After noting the vehicle information and allowing sufficient time for the suspect to stop, Officer Sohn ended his attempt at stopping the vehicle. Several minutes later, information was received that the vehicle was abandoned in the backyard of 3037 Grove Rd. The vehicle was recovered and impounded until the owner was notified and advised that the vehicle was lent out to an unknown friend.

  • 10-000037 0744 hrs. 850 W. Gateway Trespass (arrest)
    W/M Janson, Andrew Scott (DOB: 01-22-81) was arrested for trespass after warning. Janson was then TOT the PBCJ.

  • 10-000042 0908 hrs. 15 Woods Ln. Bugrlary Res./Auto Theft
    Victim reported that sometime between 0200 hrs. on 01-01-10 and 0500 hrs. on 01-01-10 that their 2008 Cadillac SeVille (FL tag: M80 6EA) had been taken from the residence. Vehicle was unsecured inside victim’s garage with the keys inside the car. No suspect(s). Crime scene negative.

  • 10-000055 1125 hrs. 1402 Mahogany Dr. Warrant (Arrest)
    Officers responded to residence in reference to a verbal domestic. An NCIC/FCIC check of records revealed that b/m, Edward, Gerrell (DOB: 02-12-87) had two active warrants. Edward was taken into custody and transported to PBCJ.