15-019499 1811 hrs Auto burglary 40 Country Lane
Officers responded to said address in regards to an auto burglary. Victim advised that unknown person entered his unsecured vehicles (1999 Ford SUV and 2008 Honda Accord) which were parked in his driveway, sometime during the night of 04-30-2015. The suspect(s) removed two Garmin GPS devices and two pair of prescription glasses totaling approx. $830.00 worth of property.
15-019489 1819 hrs Auto burglary 2010 N. Fed. Oyer Park
After parking their vehicle at the park, an unknown suspect shattered the driver side window of the victim’s vehicle. Once entry was gained, the suspect(s) removed the victim’s purse.
15-019515 2200 hrs Accident – city vehicle1800 S. Fed. Hwy.
Officer Webster was traveling northbound in patrol vehicle 4607 on S. Fed. where a silver Honda SUV veered into his lane of travel and striking his vehicle. There was a witness to the crash who independently verified the Honda’s vehicular actions. As a result of the crash, vehicle 4607 was inoperable and needed to be towed. The driver of the Honda was transported to Bethesda for neck pain. Driver of Honda was determined at fault and cited for failure to use designated lane.
15-019517 & 15-019533 Noise complaint(s) Cuthill’s Backyard 511 NE 4TH ST
Units responded to Cuthills in regards to two separate noise complaints (complainant declined to meet x2). Neither time did officers determine that a violation had occurred.
15-019354 2059 hrs Trespass after warning, poss. of drug para. EZ Mart 1005 N. Seacrest
B/M Patrick Pierre was in front of said establishment, intoxicated and belligerent. After being trespass warned to leave the premises, Pierre refused and challenged officers to “take to him to jail”. Officer Davis obliged this request and Pierre was promptly arrested. In his possession, Officer Davis found Pierre to have a crack pipe. Pierre was processed and TOT’d PBCJ.
15-019358 2122 hrs Medical assistance / AOD FD 1499 S. Federal Hwy.
Officers responded to 1499 S. Federal Highway #119 in regards to an unresponsive male, who was not breathing and possibly had just experienced a heart attack. Officer Garofalo immediately responded to the scene, equipped with an AED defibrillator. Upon arriving, Officer Garofalo began administering rescue breathing / CPR which included the application of the AED. After applying the AED electrode pads, the unit called for a “shock” which was promptly delivered thus restoring the patient’s heart back into normal sinus rhythm. The patient’s pulse was regained and he began to breath on his own. Boynton Beach Fire Rescue arrived shortly thereafter, transported him to the hospital where he recovered as a direct result of Officer Garofalo’s actions.
15-019384 0100 hrs Affray, batt LEO, r/a, obstruction Carolina Ale House 365 N. Congress
Officers Rivera and Herny were working a special duty detail at the Carolina Ale House located at 365 N. Congress Ave. During the event, Officer Rivera observed a fight occurring within the outside bar. The main agitator was identified as Daniel McLaughlin. Officer Rivera attempted to gain control of McLaughlin, who immediately physically resisted. McLaughlin battered Officer Rivera and attempted to flee. As McLaughlin was running away east across Congress, Officer Rivera gave chase. Officer Rivera deployed her Taser on McLaughlin which did not have an effect, as he continued to run. As McLaughlin made it to Oakwood Square, officers closed the distance and wrestled him to the ground. McLaughlin overpowered Officer Rivera and pinned her to the ground. Officer Herny tackled McLaughlin from atop of Officer Rivera and eventually he was taken into custody. McLaughlin was transported to Bethesda hospital where he refused medical treatment. He was charged with affray, bat LEO, and resisting an officer.
Multiple officers responded to this establishment in regards to Officer Rivera and Herny’s need for back up. Upon arrival, officers began attempting to clear the parking lot of the 300-400 patrons, who were loitering about the parking lot. Officer Hanning gave instructions to an intoxicated subject to vacate the area which was met with non-compliance. This resulted in his arrest. DEF charged, processed on scene, and released with an NTA.
15-019390 0206 hrs Burglary (dwelling) 2105 NE 2rd Street
Officer responded to said address in regards to a residential burglary. The victim reported that unknown suspect entered their residence and stolen five TV’s and two gaming consoles.
15-019141 Burglary (Auto) 1300 SW 35th Ave (Caloosa Park)
Officer Baldino responded to the above address in reference to a delayed burglary to a vehicle. The victim advised that unknown suspect(s) smashed the front passenger window of her 2012 silver Mazda 6. The victim left her black Coach purse sitting on the front passenger seat, which was subsequently stolen. The purse contained an unknown amount of cash, several credit cards and makeup (total loss $532).
15-019137 Burglary (Auto) 140 N. Congress Ave. (Palermo Bakery)
Officer Ryan responded to the above address in reference to a delayed burglary to a vehicle. The victim advised that unknown(s) smashed the rear passenger window of his 2004 white Chevy van. The victim’s wife left her white Chanel purse (empty) on the rear passenger seat, which was subsequently stolen (total loss $2,200).
15-019201 Vandalism (Auto) 320 Winchester Park Blvd. (Sonic)
Officer Hanning responded to the above address in reference to a delayed vandalism. The victim explained that she is the manager at Sonic and that earlier in the evening she’d terminated the employment of b/f Sierra Shelton. Victim suspected that prior to her leaving the area Shelton slashed one of the tires on her gold Ford 4-door. Officer Hanning spoke with Shelton via telephone and somehow convinced her to return to Sonic. Upon her return Shelton confessed to having committed the vandalism. She was taken into custody, charged with Criminal Mischief and released with an NTA.
15-019202 Poss. Of Meth. With Intent to Sell / Poss. Marijuana under 20 2160 NE 1st Ln.
While working an off-duty detail at VRG, K-9 Officer Sohn conducted a traffic stop on a 2011 Hyundai Elantra. Contact was made with the driver, w/m Michael Shepard, who admitted that he was in possession of several baggies of “Flakka” as well as a small amount of marijuana. Shepard was removed from the vehicle and on his person Officer Sohn located six individual bags of “Flakka” (total 9.2 grams) and a small amount of marijuana. Shepard was taken into custody and transported to BBPD. A field test showed that the substance Shepard identified as “Flakka” tested positive for methamphetamine. Shepard was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Sell and Possession of Marijuana. While being processed at BBPD Shepard began to behave erratically and advised that he’d smoked some “Flakka” prior to being arrested. Shepard was transported to BMH for medical clearance and tot PBCJ.
15-19005 0755hrs Cat Burglary Orange Dr
Contact was made with victim who stated that she went to bed at approx. 2300hrs last night (04-30-15). When she woke up this morning at approx. 0800hrs (05-01-15) she noticed her bedroom door closed and she never closes it. She then noticed her 42” Sharp TV, HP desktop computer, key board and monitor, and $300 in assorted cash was also taken from the residence. Crime Scene responded.
Boynton Briefing – May 2-4, 2015
15-019499 1811 hrs Auto burglary 40 Country Lane