18-000091 1343 hours Aggravated Assault 3500 Clubhouse Lane B/M Alex Beckford was arrested for fighting his ex-manager at the above location and pulling a knife on the victim during the assault. Beckford was TOT PBCJ.
18-000212 0044 hours Narcotic Arrest E Boynton Beach Blvd & N Seacrest Blvd
Officer Bundrick arrested B/M Gerrard Miller III for Possession of Marijuana under 20 grams during a traffic stop. Miller was released with an NTA.
18-000238 0325 hours Robbery Strongarm 209 NW 9th Ct
Victim reported meeting an unknown black male at Chevron 217 N Federal Hwy and wanting to purchase narcotics. The unknown black male took the victim to 209 NW 9th Ct. The male subject demanded more money from the victim for the purchase however the victim refused. The male subject punched the victim several times in the face and forcefully removed his wallet and cellphone. No witnesses. The suspect is described as a B/M, late 30’s, bald, heavy set, and wearing a red shirt. Suspect is still at large.
18-00060 1100 hours Overdose (Fatal) 815 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
W/M (30 YOA) was found deceased on his bed of an apparent overdose.
18-00074 1235 hours Burglary Residence 1461 NW 1st CT.
Victim stated that unknown suspects entered his residence by breaking a window. The suspects vandalized the inside of the residence causing significant damage. Crime scene responded.
A1 responded to numerous auto burglaries along Congress Avenue 20+ (Banyan Lakes, Whalers Cove & Quail Run. A Dodge Challenger was stolen from Clipper Cove and found abandoned in the adjacent canal.
17-75907 Homicide x 2 229 NW 3rd Avenue 1306hrs
Officers responded to the above address in reference to a shooting in progress. Two victims were located shot to death in the carport of the above address. A suspect vehicle was stopped and a suspect was detained. All on duty personnel responded due to a large crowd attempting to overrun the crime scene. DB, CS and ME responded. Excellent job by A1, B1 and the Support Services Division.
Multiple reports of shots fired through the entirety of the day.
The shifts responded to 3 non-fatal overdoses.
17-075723 Stolen Auto 529 E. Ocean Ave. 1440 hours
The victim advised that her white 2017 Kia Sorento (NC tag PEN2061) was stolen from the rear parking lot of Hurricane Alley. She advised that the vehicle was left unsecured with the spare key inside. Vehicle entered into NCIC/FCIC.
17-075800 Disorderly Intoxication 2000 SW 13th Ave. 2143 hours
Officers responded to the Leisureville Clubhouse in reference to an intoxicated white female. Contact was made with Majella Humphrey who was obviously inebriated. Attempts were made to find Humphrey’s a ride home however she refused to leave and began yelling and cursing at the officers creating a loud disturbance. The officers attempted to take her into custody however she resisted and had to be escorted to the ground. She was eventually taken into custody after a brief struggle while on the ground. Humphrey had minor scrapes on her knees and elbows resulting from her struggle with the officers. She refused medical attention and was transported to BBPD and later released to her boyfriend, Michael Thomas, with an NTA.
17-075823 Fleeing and Eluding N. Seacrest & W. Boynton Beach Blvd. 0048 hours
Officers attempted a traffic stop on a silver Honda station wagon FL-tag IVKI18 however the vehicle failed to yield. Officers discontinued their efforts as the vehicle entered I-95 northbound.
The shift responded to 1 non-fatal overdose at The Homing Inn.
17-075617 Stolen Auto 850 W. Gateway Blvd. (7-11) 2052 hours
Victim advised that while he was inside the business an unknown suspect took his 2016 blue Mazda CX-5 bearing FL-tag L473VJ. The victim advised that he was in possession of his key fob and that the vehicle was locked. Employees at the business were unable to access the surveillance footage at this time however it will be obtained at a later date. Vehicle entered into NCIC/FCIC.
Road patrol units assisted NIU with proactive enforcement in the area of NW 19th Ave. and NW 2nd Ct. Their efforts yielded two arrests (1 for previous PC, 1 for Poss. Heroin).
17-75567 Shots Fired 1866 NE 5th Street 1640hrs”
Officers responded to the report of shots fired. During the course of this call for service a suspicious vehicle fled from officers. Investigation on-going.
17-75500 OD not fatal
17-75532 OD not fatal
17-075352 1730 hours Assist to FHP 200 I-95
Officer Ramos on his way to Roll Call responded to a single vehicle crash on I-95 between Gateway Blvd and Hypoluxo Road. Officer Ramos observed that the driver, w/m Austin M. Burger DOB 03-12-91 appeared to be under the influence of narcotics as well as holding contraband in his hand (heroin). Burger was transported to Bethesda Hospital where officers stood by until FHP troopers arrived to investigate the DUI and possession of narcotics.
17-075407 2131 hours DWLS/Possession of contraband 100 NE 16th Avenue
NIU agents arrested B/M James F. Poole DOB 04-05-92 for DWLS with knowledge following a traffic stop. A passenger in Poole’s car B/M Jimmie Sims DOB 07-02-96 was found to be in possession of MDMA and marijuana <20 grams. Both were processed and sent to county jail. 17-075444 0040 hours Suspicious Incident (Shots Fired) 2760 NE 4th Street Officers responded in reference to a call of four (4) shots being heard. No victims or witnesses were located nor was there damage to any vehicles or homes. Officers did locate four (4) spent shell casings which were submitted into evidence. 17-75253 0925 hours Burglary Auto 3579 S. Federal Hwy. A wallet with credit cards and an extended magazine with .45 caliber rounds was stolen from a vehicle between 12/28 at 0217 and 0830 hours. 17-75303 1232 hours Burglary Auto 510 Industrial Ave A Comcast digital meter was stolen from a work truck between 12/26 at 1830 and 12/28 at 1230.