18-061498 Burglary/Residence Delayed 2821 S. Federal Hwy B103 2125 hours
Victim advised sometime between 11/22/2018 and 11/25/2018 unknown individual(s) absconded with a television and miscellaneous items from his room.
18-061505 Possession Contraband 2800 N Congress Avenue 2223 hours
BBPD units affected a stop of a Blue Chevy Silverado (FL tag M878JY). The driver, Joshua A Woods was subsequently charged with Poss of Marijuanna <20 grams, DWLS, Expired Reg, processed and tot to PBJC. 18-061520 Possession Contraband 400 NW 10th Avenue 0004 hours K-9 Unit affected a stop on a two door power blue Monte Carlo (Tag IH6450) in the 100 block of NW 10 Avenue. The driver Mulot Ena was charged with poss of a controlled substance, processed and tot to PBCJ. 18-61383 0705 hrs Recovered Stolen Auto Carolyn Sims Center (225 NW 12th Ave.) Officer on extra patrol located a parked unoccupied vehicle in the parking lot and determined it was stolen via N/FCIC. Recovered – white 2013 Subaru Forester with FL tag IHYJ93. 18-061295 Suspicious/Shots Fired 3961 Newport Avenue 18:31 hours BBPD units responded to a report of approximately 8 shots fired to the west of the reported area. Units canvassed the area which was negative for any evidence supporting the report. 18-061220 Motor Vehicle Theft 1610 Stonehaven Dr. 0845hrs Victim advised that unknown suspect(s) stole his 2008 Honda Accord, Fl tag JHBC52, which he left running when he went into his residence briefly. He observed the vehicle driving away. Large amount of vehicle traffic along the Congress Corridor and Mall, high visibility patrol efforts in shopping centers. 18-061143 Suspicious/Shots Fired 222 NE 9th Avenue 2129 hours BBPD units responded to the area in reference to shots fired. Units canvassed area with negative results for victims or evidence. 18-061162 Robbery/Firearm 3155 Orange St 2223 hours Victim advised he was robbed at gun point while walking southbound on Orange Street. The suspect was described as a skinny black male 5’0”, wearing black pants and a white/red mask. The suspect ran up to the victim, pointed a black pistol to the victims head. The victim raised his hands at which time the suspect slapped his phone out of his hands; taking his backpack. 18-061121 Failed to Stop NE 14th Avenue/Seacrest 2012 hours BBPD units attempted to stop a blue 2006 Nissan Murano (Fl Tag IE87MB). As the driver failed to yield to the officer’s attempts to stop his vehicle; he threw a black Glock 27 (serial number SUN210) out the driver’s side window. K9 Iro responded to the scene and located the loaded firearm containing a 22 round magazine. Lantana PD received a call approximately one hour later after the owner of the vehicle allegedly located his own vehicle unoccupied in the area of Hypoluxo Road in Lantana after he tracked a cell phone left inside the vehicle. 18-061187 Failed to Stop S Congress/SW Congress 0016 hours BBPD units attempted to stop a White Chevrolet Malibu (Fl tag DPGC15) in the area of S Congress and SW Congress Avenue. The vehicle continued to Boynton Beach Blvd at a high rate of speed. Vehicle was last seen heading towards I-95. 18-061023 Burglary Auto 2450 Quantum Blvd 0738hrs Victim advised that unknown suspect(s) forced a lock on the vehicle bed and stole property from within. 18-061030 Burglary Residence 5000 N. Ocean/ Cordova 0806hrs Victim stated that unknown suspect(s) entered onto his patio and stole a red bicycle. 18-061040 Burglary Auto 2450 Quantum Blvd 1033hrs Occurred overnight, entry gained, nothing taken. 18-061044 Retail Theft 650 N. Congress Ave 1107hrs Even though prices were low, Nikia Williams and David Adams decided to work together and switch price tags for lower priced items, then steal other items. 18-061062 Retail Theft (Grand) 1901 N. Congress Ave 1412hrs Briunna Berry and Everett Jackson decided to go on a shopping spree without actually purchasing the merchandise. They stole merchandise from several stores and loaded it into the car being operated by Berry. Jackson attempted to flee on foot, however was quickly apprehended. Kohls, Marshalls, Big Lots were among some of the stores that were able to recover their merchandise. Possible additional charges pending. Large amount of vehicle traffic along the Congress Corridor, high visibility patrol efforts in shopping centers.