18-034091 1720 hours Overdose Fatal 43 Paxford Ln.
Officers responded to the aforementioned address in reference to a deceased person. Upon arrival officers met with the decedent’s roommate who stated his friend (30 yoa) appeared to have expired from a heroin overdose. The decedent was located in his bedroom with a used syringe and metal spoon next to him. Detectives and Crime Scene responded.
18-34035 GTA 624 Ne 20th Ln 0722 hrs
Sometime between 2330 hrs on 6/30 through 0700 hrs on 07/01, unknown suspect took the victim’s 2011 Silver Mercedes Benz E350 without his permission. The vehicle was parked in front of the home. Victim has possession of the keys.
18-34040 Burglary Auto 400 Via Lugano Cir #204 0857 hrs
Sometime between 06/29 and 07/01, unknown suspect entered the victim’s 2017 Nissan Rogue and took $1600 from the center console. No signs of forced entry.
18-34045 GTA Manatee Bay Dr 0918 hrs
Victim met unknown suspects at a bar last night and decided to take them to her home. When she awoke this morning, she noticed they were gone along with her 2017 blk/gry Volks Jetta.
18-34043 Burglary (Auto) 400 Via Lugano Cir # 310 0933 hrs
Unknown suspects entered victim’s unlocked Chevrolet Equinox without her permission. Nothing appeared to be missing.
18-033999 2244 hours False Imprisonment Arrest 1000 N. Seacrest Blvd.
PTO Rivera and OIT Brown attempted a traffic stop on a ’01 Silver Honda Accord at the aforementioned address. The vehicle failed to yield and entered I-95 NB. Officers observed a struggle inside the vehicle between the driver and passenger. The passenger an elderly b/f was attempting to exit the moving vehicle. The driver; now identified as b/m Devante Durham, continued pulling her back into the car. Based on the aforementioned exigent circumstances, a pursuit was authorized. The pursuit continued into WPB where the vehicle exited Belvedere Blvd West. At Belvedere and Haverhill, the vehicle was rendered disabled after suffering a flat tire. Durham fled the vehicle into a residential area. With the assistance of PBSO, he was taken into custody without incident. Durham was subsequently charged with the following: Fleeing and Eluding, DWLS, False Imprisonment, R/A Without, and an NCIC FCIC check revealed he had an active GTA warrant. After processing he was tot PBCJ.
18-33885 Aggravated Battery 2301 S. Congress Ave #122 1112 hours
B/M Sanders, Harrique D.O.B. 01-24-97 was arrested after he beat up his girlfriend’s roommate (another male).
18-33898 Auto Burglary 1861 Renn. Commons Blvd 1204 hours
Sometime between 06/29-06/30, unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked Chrysler 300 and removed a 9mm Beretta hand gun and a loaded magazine without his permission.
18-033587 Grand Theft Auto 4762 N. Congress Ave 1918 hours
Officers responded to the report of a stolen vehicle. Officers learned that the victim and his son were inside Pet Supermarket when his vehicle was stolen. The vehicle, a Silver Toyota Corolla FL tag JHBD44, was left running in front of the store. Witnesses said a tall, thin, black male known as “Frabrice” was seen looking into the vehicle moments prior to the theft. Officers checked the area for the vehicle without success.
18-033640 Burglary Auto – Arrests 1901 W. Woolbright Rd 2304 hours
Officers responded to Venetian Terrace Apartments in reference to suspicious persons. Officers were alerted via Dispatch of two juveniles who were checking car doors in the community. Bravo and Charlie shift officers converged in the area and cornered two males whom officers observed hiding in between vehicles. Officers made contact with the two juvenile subjects and initiated a Loitering and Prowling Investigation. Officers also checked nearby vehicles and found a Silver Toyota Pathfinder to be unlocked, center console opened, and contents in disarray. Officers made contact with the owner of the vehicle and confirmed that the vehicle had been burglarized. During a Post-Miranda interview, one of the juveniles confessed to checking doors for unsecured vehicles. Officers developed probable cause for the arrest of the two subjects for Loitering and Prowling. In addition, one of the subjects was found to have a warrant. The subject with the warrant was searched and officers found a check in his pants pocket that belonged to the victim of the vehicle burglary. Both subjects were charged accordingly, processed at BBPD, and later turned over to the Juvenile Assessment Center.
18-033642 Grand Theft Auto 1401 N. Congress Ave2321 hours
Officers were dispatched to Buffalo Wild Wings in reference to a delayed auto theft. Officers met with an employee stated her vehicle was stolen while she was working in the building. The victim said her blue Honda Civic FL tag IXPA54 was parked near the Marriot Courtyard when it was stolen.
18-033646 Poss. Cocaine w/ Intent Hypoluxo Rd & Cong. Ave 0006 hours
Officer Victor Pires was on patrol at the above address when he observed a gray Saturn SUV FL tag ILFQ68 blocking the roadway near Meadows Blvd. The vehicle then immediately accelerated and ran a stop sign, upon seeing Ofc. Pires’ marked police vehicle. Officer Pires conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle for the observed infraction. The driver started to throw items out of the vehicle prior to stopping for the officer. The officer made contact with the driver and sole occupant b/m Alfred Peoples 04/04/86. Officers recovered the items that were thrown out of the vehicle which were determined to be illicit drugs. The driver was found to be in possession of the following: 6.6 grams of Crack Cocaine, 3.9 grams of Marijuana, 9 Xanax pills, 0.4 grams of Heroin, and assorted items of drug paraphernalia. Peoples was charged with Possession of the above illicit drugs and Destruction of Physical Evidence. Peoples was processed at BBPD and was later turned over to the Palm Beach County Jail.
Boynton Briefing – June 29 -July 2, 2018
18-034091 1720 hours Overdose Fatal 43 Paxford Ln.