17-011051 0329 hours Attempted Burglary Business 1050 W. Gateway Blvd #101 (Pharmacy)
Units responded to the above location in reference to a burglary in progress. Investigation revealed W/M Chad E. Smith was attempting to break in to the My Community Pharmacy by throwing a steal patio chair against the glass door multiple times. He was subsequently stopped by Officer Kurt Daily and positively identified via show up by the witness who called in the incident. Photos were taken of the shattered glass door and DNA (suspect’s blood) was also procured from the crime scene by road patrol personnel. Smith was ultimately tot PBCJ.
17-011005 2205 hours Poss. Of Heroin/Warrant Arrest 421 NE 13th Ave, Palmetto Greens Park .
While on patrol in the above area, Officer Whitefield made contact with w/m Michael Hutchins who was inside the park after hours. Hutchins was subsequently arrested for COV 16-45. Post arrest Hutchins was found to have multiple burglary warrants and an FTA warrant, all out of Palm Beach County. Search incident to arrest also yielded .1 grams of Heroin. Hutchins was processed and tot PBCJ.
During the course of the shift multiple units conducted a saturation patrol on Old Boynton road which yielded 19 total citations and numerous traffic contacts.
17-10723 Obstruction/RA 208 S Seacrest Blvd 1531hrs
Multiple officers and supervisors responded to a disturbance at the Library. Two juveniles were arrested. Senior library staff notified. Both juveniles were released to parents. There were no injuries or property damage.
17-10755 OD/not fatal 706 SW 1st Ct 1848hrs
Officers responded to the report of male not breathing. Officers located male who had overdosed. BBFD responded and treated him.
17-10802 Narcotics Arrest 8121 Lawrence Road 2224hrs
Officers were conducting proactive patrols in Knollwood Park in reference recent complaints of drug activity in the park. Tristan Little was arrested for possession of marijuana <20gr.
17-10827 OD/not fatal 3000 N Congress Ave 0102hrs
Officers responded to the report of a subject overdosing. Male was transported by BBFD to JFK and is expected to survive.
17-0010668 1127hrs Robbery w/ Firearm 1213 NW 4th St
The “alleged” victim stated that he was at the Cherry Hill Mini Mart to purchase cigarettes even though he resides in Lantana where there are several stores that sell cigarettes. He stated that after he purchased cigarettes an “unknown” subject waved to him and he stopped. The subject then pointed a handgun at the “victim” and entered the passenger seat and told him to call three numbers, then stole his I Phone, cash, identification, etc. Even though he stated that he was robbed at gunpoint, the “victim” became uncooperative.
17-0010714 1443hrs Suspicious Incident/ Fail to Stop 1000 N. Federal Hwy.
Units responded to a possible road rage type incident possibly involving a firearm. The suspect vehicle was described as a black Ford Mustang which was located in the 100 block of NE 10th Ave. An Officer pulled in behind the car, however, it backed towards the Officer who was forced to move his vehicle to avoid a collision. The Mustang then fled the area and entered I95 southbound. Due to the reckless driving displayed all attempts to stop the car were discontinued. Tag information (temp tag) was incorrect.
17-10498 Shots Fired 532 NE 16th Ave 2028hrs
Officers responded to multiple reports of 30-50 shots fired. Evidence of a possible projectile passing through a window at the above residence was found. No projectile or shell casings were located.
Traffic Enforcement in the Mission Hill/Chapel Hill area resulted in multiple traffic stops.
17-0010343 1011hrs Motor Vehicle Theft 1053 Quantum Lakes Blvd.
Victim stated that unknown suspect(s) stole their 2013 Honda CBR 600RR, bearing Mo tag CZ3VW, which was parked in the parking lot.
17-0010359 1042hrs Overdose (Non-Fatal) 500 Block NW 8th Ave.
A male subject was located at the above location in his vehicle exhibiting signs of drug overdose, he was revived and transported to Bethesda Hospital by BBFR. Vehicle towed by Blakes.
Assisted Detective Bureau with multiple Sex Offender checks.
17-010262 2329 hours 612 NE 2nd St. Simple Battery, Affray, Resisting W/out Violence
Sgt. Jean observed Gethro Noel and Audens LaRose fighting with a large crowd of people gathering. Sgt. Jean deployed his Taser on Noel, who was then taken into custody. Noel was medically cleared at BMH. Noel and LaRose both signed a refusal form for the simple battery. Both were charged with Affray and Noel was also charged with Resisting W/out Violence.