15-054111 Uttering a False Instrument – Arrest 801 N. Congress Avenue
Officer Albala met with business owner/operator, O/M Ren Dong Yan, who reported that he suspected employee, H/M Julio Cesar Ordonez-Sanchez, of stealing and cashing two (2) separate business – totaling $1,675; without Yan’s authorization. Post Miranda, Ordonez-Sanchez stated he cashed both business checks. Later, Ordonez-Sanchez was processed and transported to the Palm Beach County Jail, without incident.
15-054164 Possession of Marijuana over 20 grams – Arrest 2609 NE 4th Street
PTO Ward made contact with the sole occupant/driver, W/M William Cook, at the above location, during a traffic stop. A thorough investigation revealed that the Cook was in possession of 39.7 grams of marijuana. Afterwards, Cook was processed and transported to the Palm Beach County Jail, without incident.
15-54054 0857 hours G.T.A. Arrest 2671 N. Seacrest Blvd.
A black Honda Accord bearing FL tag Y43CRH crashed in the front yard of this address. The occupants walked away from the area initially, and then began running when they noticed a witness following them. The vehicle had been reported stolen in mid-October from Boynton Beach. A perimeter was setup while descriptions of the two suspects were obtained. The juvenile suspects were observed several times trying to evade capture by running through several backyards, and then crossing over several streets. Both suspects were captured without incident or injury, due to the teamwork of many sworn-personnel on the perimeter. Charges included with G.T.A., Resisting Arrest without Violence, and traffic violations related to the vehicle crash. Both were transported to JAC.
15- 54059 0943 hours Burglary Auto 607 NE 3rd St.
Victim reported unknown person entered the vehicle and stole her Coach wallet.
15-53980 2055 hrs Reckless Driving Old Boynton Rd/Congress Ave
While on patrol, Officer H. Picciano observed silver in color Mitsubishi Eclipse (bearing FL tag DPFH53) at the intersection of Old Boynton Rd and N Congress Ave./ N. SR 807. The vehicle then traveled East on Old Boynton Rd at which time he “peeled out” accelerated quickly causing the vehicle tires to spin and screech loudly. The vehicle then continued East bound on Old Boynton Rd. traveling in access of 90mph weaving in and out of traffic. Officer Picciano conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the driver W/M Christopher Knight. Based off officer Picciano’s observation Knight was placed under arrest for reckless driving.
15-54011 2357hrs CCF by Convicted Felon 1200 N. Seacrest Blvd
Officer Webster was on patrol in the 1200 block of North Seacrest Blvd and he observed a subject riding a bicycle Southbound without the proper headlight to ride at night. He conducted a traffic stop on the subject for the infraction. Contact was made with the subject, later identified as Robert M. Colebrook (B/M DOB 2/15/95), and he advised he forgot to turn the headlight on. Officer Webster asked Colebrook for consent to check him for weapons and he gave consent. During a pat down search of Colebrook, Officer Webster felt a removed an object from Colebrook’s pocket, which did in fact turn out to be a loaded and ready firearm. The firearm was a Colt .25 Caliber Semi-Automatic Pistol which was loaded. An FCIC/NCIC check was done which revealed he was a convicted felon. Colebrook was placed under arrest and TOT PBCJ.
15- 53825 0005 Hours Suspicious Incident/Baker Act 908 NW 1st Street/751 NW 2nd Street
Officers responded to 908 NW 1st Street in reference to a Burglary in-progress. Upon arrival, it was determined that an unknown male had broken a window and fled the area prior to officer’s arrival. Approximately 5 minutes later, officers were dispatched to an additional Burglary in-progress at 751 NW 2nd Street. The caller advised that a male had broken out the front window and was inside the residence. Officers arrived and located the suspect inside lying on the floor. He had significant injuries from crawling through the broken window. He told officers that someone was chasing him and trying to kill him so he entered the house to escape. He was transported to Bethesda Hospital with multiple lacerations to his arms and face. It appears tha he had taken Flakka and was experiencing extreme paranoia. He was subsequently admitted to Bethesda Hospital as a Baker Act.
15-53829 0038 Hours Stabbing X2 900 N. Seacrest Blvd
Officers responded to Bethesda Hospital in reference to a delayed Stabbing. The investigation revealed that the two victims were attending a party in the area of 900 N. Seacrest Blvd. An argument over a football game turned into a fight that involved broken beer bottles. At some point, the victim was stabbed in the back by a subject known only as “D.” The other victim sustained a laceration to her finger when she tried to stop the fight. The male victim was subsequently sent to Delray Medical Center as a Trauma Alert due to the knife lacerating his kidney.
15-53835 0130 Hours Baker Act 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd
Sgt. Turco was speaking with several people in front of the parking garage in reference to a disturbance. While speaking with them, Sgt. Turco observed a male running toward the subjects involved in the disturbance. Everyone scattered and the man started to run up the parking garage steps. He was subsequently detained where it was determined that he was not part of the disturbance. He advised that he was being chased by unknown subjects. It was determined that he was using Flakka and he was subsequently sent to Bethesda Hospital as a Baker Act.
15-053716 1400 hours Narcotics Arrest 850 W. Gateway Blvd. (7-11)
Officers observed a suspicious vehicle in parking lot after further investigation W/F Cynthia Cornelius and W/M Andrew Anemone were arrested for Possession of Schedule II Narcotics. TOT PBCJ.
15-53530 1640 Hours Burglary/Auto 901 N. Congress Avenue
A 2011 Toyota Camry was burglarized between 1215 hours and 1615 hours while parked behind the Katzen Eye Center. Taken from the vehicle was a stainless steel .45 Cal Derringer. The vehicle owner just had the firearm returned to him after it was stolen in a previous burglary.