16-056133 2051 hours Overdose (Non-Fatal) 416 SW 4th Ave.
16-056156 Suspicious Incident 3000 Old Boynton Road (Steak and Shake) 01:08 hours
An employee advised he received a phone call from a block phone number on the phone with an unknown male who stated there was a man in the bathroom speaking Islamic words and there is a bomb in the kitchen. The employee was indecisive with his statement how the caller knew the subject was talking about a bomb then advised the caller sounded Islamic but had clearly spoke in English that there was a bomb in the kitchen. Units spoke with the manager who stated she had advised the employee not to call; employees checked the restroom and determined there was no one there. A check of the restraurant by the manager revealed no suspicious packages or explosive devices before determining it was a hoax.
16-56159 Armed Robbery Walmart 3200 Old Boynton Beach Blvd 01:54 hours
Armed Carjacking occurred at Walmart 3200 Old Boynton Beach Blvd at 01:54 hours. The victim observed a Silver 4 door Toyota pull into a parking space facing his vehicle with no lights on. The victim stated that one suspect exited the vehicle; opened the front door to his vehicle and pointed a black semi-automatic handgun at his face and ordered him out of his vehicle. Vehicle Taken was a 2008 Toyota Camry Florida Tag DLGN79 Black Front Grill cover, suspects were four male blacks wearing hoodies. Two suspects left in the victims vehicle while the other two suspects fled in a Silver Toyota Camry. At approximately 03:02 hours (16-056163) BBPD K-9 unit spotted Silver Toyota matching the description of the suspect vehicle in the area of Gateway and Seacrest. The suspect vehicle attempted to flee from BBPD units as it travelled N/B on 95 until it exited E/B 6th Avenue. The vehicle continued eastbound on 6th Avenue to the Water Treatment Plant where the vehicle struck a fence. Both suspects bailed out of the vehicle and were apprehended by BBPD units in the immediate vicinity.
16-055940 1705 hours Burglary Auto 180 NE 19th Ave.
Victim stated someone entered her unsecured vehicle between 2200 hours yesterday and 1430 hours today and removed her wallet from the center console.
16-055936 1616 hours Failed to Yield (Pursuit) 100 S. Federal Hwy.
Officers attempted to stop a reckless driver travelling south on Federal Hwy driving a 2015 Chrysler 200 bearing Georgia tag BSQ1862 (rental). During this time a female leaned out the window and began signaling officers that she was in distress. Based on this a pursuit was authorized. The vehicle traveled south on I-95 until information was received that the driver was Sylvania Fredricks and the female was not a victim of kidnapping or robbery but a possible acquaintance of the suspect. The pursuit was terminated. There were no injuries or damage as a result of the incident.
16-055943 1743 hours Overdose (Non-Fatal) 2821 S. Federal Hwy (Homing Inn).
16-55874 0724 hours Burglary (Auto) 25 Crossing Circle Unit G
An unknown suspect entered a 2009 red Toyota Prius bearing FL EAIY57, and removed a wallet containing a debit card from the center console area. Unauthorized charges were subsequently transacted against this debit card in Lantana, FL., prior to it being cancelled. The victim was directed to contact the Lantana PD regarding the unauthorized charges.
16-55893 1015 hours Auto Theft 230 NE 26th Avenue #3-105
An unknown subject stole a white 2002 Ford Explorer, bearing FL Tag 5673GC w/attached decal #10938167, and VIN# 1FMDU74WX2ZC00651 from in front of this residence. A passport and Social Security card were in the vehicle, and there is a Margaritaville license plate on the front of it. A Bolo entry was completed and the vehicle was entered into FCIC/NCIC as stolen.
16-55905 1212 hours Missing Endangered Adult (Recovered) 480 W. Boynton Beach Blvd.
Jose Antonio Cancel-Morales (10/16/34) was reported to have dementia and to be missing from The Inn at Boynton Beach by his wife. BBPD units were immediately deployed to search the area. Officer Lampe located Cancel-Morales in the 5000 Block of North Ocean Avenue. He was unharmed and reunited with his wife. DCF was notified of the incident.
Patrol returned to normally scheduled staffing, and Police details resumed normal operations.
16-055790 1752 hours Overdose (Non-Fatal) 500 Se 21st Ave (Golden Sands).
16-055837 2245 hours Overdose (Non-Fatal) 1005 W. Gateway Blvd. (Publix).
16-055856 0111 hours Overdose (Non-Fatal) 220 SW 6th Ave.
16-055801 1907 hours Found Property 1634 S. Federal Hwy (Intracoastal Waterway).
Complainant reported reeling in a Glock pistol of unknown caliber while fishing. Firearm appears to have been submerged for an extended period of time and was placed into evidence. Detective Bureau notified.
16-55682 0735 hours Assault/Resisting Arrest 2861 S. Seacrest Blvd. Unit D5
Officers responded to disturbances involving W/M Richard McGinn and W/F Katie Cafferata, during the storm (BBPD case number 16-055679 & 16-055681). During our third response, McGinn was verbally aggressive towards the responding officers, and displayed intention to commit physical harm to them. He was arrested after a brief struggle and TOT PBCJ.
The Alpha 1.2.3. and 4 Platoons were combined, and augmented by PTO Units and Command Staff Members, to form the hurricane response team. Officers responded to assorted incidents of power lines down, trees down, and general public assistance requests throughout the incident. The City Emergency Operations Center was staffed by Command Staff. No significant storm related events or serious damages were reported.
16-55502 0006 hours Overdose (Fatal) 208 SW 1st Avenue
Officers responded to an unconscious male at the above address. CPR was initiated, however the male was pronounced deceased by BBFD. D-Bureau and Crime Scene responded.
16-55482 2119 hours Suspicious Incident 500 W. Gateway Blvd
Three witnesses stated that they observed an unknown black male standing on the I-95 overpass firing a rifle at traffic. The male was last seen going towards NW 1st Street. One subject was interviewed but no weapon was recovered. No victims or crime scene located.
16-55469 2000 hours Police Assist/Evacuation 5000 N. Ocean Blvd
Multiple units assisted in notifying Briny Breeze’s residents of an evacuation order. Loudspeakers were utilized and officers also spoke with multiple residents to answer their questions.
16-55524 0518 hours Aggravated Battery (Arrest) 217 NE 13th Avenue
James Reed was arrested after an investigation revealed that he hit the victim repeatedly in the head with a closed fist before striking her with a metal rod. Reed became uncooperative after the arrest and required a hobble for transport to BBPD. He was processed and sent to the Palm Beach County Jail. (SIR In Progress)