19-062842 Susp. Inc. Shots Fired 2240 N. Federal Hwy 2007 hours
Officers responded to Intracostal Park in reference to shots fired. Officers encountered a male bleeding from the head near a large group of people. Officers learned that the male was engaged in a physical altercation during which he was struck in the head by a glass bottle. In addition, it was relayed to officers that a third party fired a gun in the air during the fight. Officers did not locate any physical evidence related to the shooting at the scene. It was determined that no persons were injured from the shots fired in the air. The male who sustained the laceration from the glass bottle decided against cooperation with the officers.
19-062877 Failed To Stop for L.E.O. 315 NW 10th Ave 2353 hours
Officers on patrol conducted a traffic stop on black Jeep Renegade for an observed traffic infraction. The driver of the Jeep refused to stop and fled from the officers. The officers discontinued their efforts when it was clear that the vehicle was actively attempting to elude the officers. The officers were able to locate the vehicle and driver a few hours later a the above address. The driver, b/f Jasmine N. Wilson, was arrested, processed at BBPD, and sent to County Jail.
Reports of approximately 7 gunshots, no evidence or witnesses located.
B/M Ashton Millines was arrested after striking the store owner while he was trespassing, having been formally warned against trespassing at the location earlier last month.
Victim said a ring was stolen from the residence, nothing else missing.
Unknown suspect(s) smashed the vehicle window and stole property from within.
Unknown suspect(s) vandalized two vehicles with black paint.
W/F/J issued a juvenile referral after investigation revealed she stole $139 worth of clothing from the business.
Between 2330 hours on 11/08/19 and 0200 hours on 11/09/19, the victim’s white Ford Mustang was stolen from in front of the residence.
Officer Acosta observed the above stolen vehicle in the area of NE 13th Ave.
Upon attempting a traffic stop, B/M Howard Orr accelerated away and the immediately lost control of the vehicle causing it to spin out. Orr fled from the vehicle on foot before being taken into custody. Orr was charged with the Grand Theft Auto, Fleeing and Eluding, R/A, and was found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Orr was medically cleared and TOT PBCJ. SIR in progress.
One caller reported hearing approximately five gunshots from the area. No evidence of a shooting was located.
Officers responded to the area in reference to shots being fired. Upon arrival, numerous shell casings were located along the sidewalk in front of the residence. A check of the residence revealed it to be struck multiple times. No injuries to any persons. Crime scene responded.
W/F Ellie Wissler was issued a NTA after it was learned she stole over $400 of merchandise from the business.
W/M was located deceased in his bedroom. Signs of an overdose were present. D-Bureau and Crime scene responded.
One caller reported hearing two gunshots from the area. No evidence of a shooting was located.
While working the VRG detail, Officer Rivera heard approximately ten gun shots from what sounded like a rifle in the area. Officers checked the area with negative results for any evidence of a shooting.
Unknown b/m entered the store and went to the automotive center. Once there, he asked an associate for help with a car battery. When the associate got the battery, the black male picked it up and walked out of the store without paying for it. LPO was unable to apprehend the suspect.
After noticing that cash and product was missing, the owner of Taco Bell checked the cameras and conducted an inventory. On the video, an unknown b/m was seen in the restaurant after hours.
Unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked gold 93 BMW 325I and tampered with the ignition with what appeared to be a screwdriver. Nothing was taken.
The victim was distracted by two subjects who arrived at her residence in a white Toyota sedan; claiming they were from H & H (Henry and Henry) landscaping. As the victim spoke to the female subject the male walked away; advising he was returning to his vehicle. The victim maintains that she spoke with the subjects for approximately 15 minutes. After the victim went back inside her residence she found a bedroom drawer opened and $150 was missing.
The victim called to report her gray Volkswagen (FL-tag DGYF25) stolen from the above address overnight. She advised that the vehicle was parked in the driveway and that it may have been left unsecure with the valet key inside. A witness was located who possibly observed the theft. The witness advised that at approx. 2200 hrs yesterday evening he saw a black male, 20-25 yoa, with short dreads gray shirt and gray shorts standing in the area of Arezzo Circle. Shortly thereafter, he observed that same male leaving in the victim’s vehicle.
A witness contacted BBPD advising that he’d just observed a black male commit an auto burglary inside the parking garage. The witness described the suspect as a light skinned black male wearing a burgundy hoodie and black shorts. Officers arrived and scene and located the suspect, an 11 year old juvenile, in the area. He was positively identified as the person seen entering a black Chevy (FL-tag EDJA08) and ransacking the interior. The vehicle owner was later located and advised that nothing was missing from inside the vehicle. Juvenile was arrested and turned over to JAC.
The victim advised that she parked her 2014 white Mercedes (FL-tag 697QWZ) in the parking lot of the business at 1300 hrs. She went back to the vehicle at 1344hrs and observed that the front passenger side window had been broken and the interior ransacked. Nothing of value was missing from inside.
B/M Chad Boland was charged with Possession of Drug paraphernalia, Reckless driving, and failure to obey commands; he was processed and tot to PBCJ.
BBPD units were called to the gym after Joseph Rutkowski followed a female into the stretching room claiming the female spit on him. As the male lunged to strike the female several patrons held him down until BBPD units arrived on scene. Rutkowski was charged with Disorderly Conduct, processed and tot to Palm Beach County Jail.
CRT units attempted to stop a Red Lexus for speeding in the area of 1000 N Seacrest, after a short pursuit the driver of the vehicle stopped and put the vehicle in reverse ramming the front of a CRT unit and then striking another vehicle. The driver of the vehicle attempted to flee the scene on foot but was apprehended a short distance from the stop. The driver, B/M Jatarious Curry was charged with Trafficking Fentanyl, Aggravated Battery LEO, Poss /w intent to sell, Fleeing and Eluding, and Resisting Arrest W/O; transported to Bethesda Memorial Hospital for clearance, processed and TOT to PBCJ. Curry had an active warrant out of Rivera Beach Police Department.