18-047933 Filing False Report/Narcotic Arrest 850 W Gateway Blvd 2319 hours
W/F Sara Davis was arrested for Filing a False Police Report after investigation revealed that she made allegations of being kidnapped and her vehicle carjacked. Davis’ vehicle had been involved in a crash on 6th Ave and I-95 where several subjects bailed from the vehicle. These allegations prompted a joint response from PBSO and BBPD. Davis then later admitted to officers that her allegations were false and the incident never occurred. After being placed under arrest, she was found in possession of cocaine and marijuana. TOT PBCJ.
18-07942 Burglary – Business 400 E Boynton Beach Blvd 0200 hours
“Officers responded to the above location reference an unknown subject inside of the business that was seen via video surveillance. Officers arrived on scene and did not locate anyone on the property. After clearing the call, the owner of the business calls again stating that the male was back on the property and stealing a box of meat. Officers arrived on scene and located B/M Akim Clinton laying down to the rear of the business. The box of meat was also next to Clinton. Clinton was taken into custody and made a full confession. TOT PBCJ.
18-47833 1013 hrs Narcotic Arrest 317 NE 12th Ave.
B/M, Terrell L. Mansfield, 09/01/87, was arrested after he was found to be in possession of a small amount of crack cocaine. TOT PBCJ.
18-47847 1149 hrs Burglary Residence 2395 SW 13th Way.
Residence was ransacked between 08/31 and today’s date while owner was out of state. Unknown what is missing at this time. Crime Scene responded.
18-47855 1330 hrs Armed Robbery 3200 Old Boynton Rd.
Two black females committed retail theft and utilized a chemical self-defense spray to maintain the property when the LPO attempted to stop them. The spray was avoided but the LPO ceased to follow after them. Suspects were last seen in an unknown color/model Dodge, driving southbound on Congress Ave.
18-047773 Burglary Attempt – Business 2351 S Seacrest Blvd 2147 hours
Officers responded to the above location reference an audible alarm. On arrival, officers located the front door shattered. It appeared that unknown suspects attempted entry by trying to smash the front door. There was no entry made into the business.
18-047784 Burglary – Business 1717 W Woolbright Road 2319 hours
Officers responded to the above location reference an unknown subject inside of the business that was seen via video surveillance. The front window of the business was shattered open. It appeared unknown suspects smashed the window with a concrete rock and stole a TV from the business. Crime Scene processed the scene and located blood near the area where the TV was. A black shoe was also recovered from the potential suspect. Video surveillance showed a heavy set black male taking the TV and entering an older model Chevy Impala. Vehicle was last seen westbound on W Woolbright Road.
18-47689 1123 hrs Burglary Auto 27 Cedar Cir
18-47696 1155 hrs Burglary Auto 46 Cedar Cir
18-47703 1250 hrs Burglary Auto 35 Cedar Cir.
18-47721 1427 hrs Overdose Non-Fatal 501 SE 18th Ave.
Male patient overdosed on heroin and Narcan was utilized. Patient transported to BMH.
18-47765 2034 hrs Assault LEO Arrest 201 Eagle Dr. #A
W/F, Ann Hebert, 05/11/62, was arrested for Assault LEO and Disorderly Intoxication after she aggressively moved towards a police officer and stated, “You wanna go a round?” Hebert was warned to stay back several times. The officer attempted to detain Hebert but she resisted by pulling away, clinching her fists, and widening her stance. Hebert again resisted handcuffing and she was pushed to the ground with a straight arm bar. Hebert sustained minor injury consisting of abrasions to one knee and was transported to BMH for medical clearance. TOT PBCJ.
18-47663 Auto Burglary 99 Meadows Park Lane 0641 hours
Overnight to a red 2014 Ford Flex. Wallet and other misc. paperwork stolen. No signs of forced entry.
18-47664 Suspicious Incident 535 East Ridge Cir S. 0701 hours
Caller found multiple bullet holes in his vehicle. Officers responded to the area and found multiple vehicles with bullet holes and multiple shell casings. D-bureau and crime scene responded.
18-47683 Missing Endangered Adult 2301 S. Congress Ave. #1114 1009 hours
Caretaker arrived at above location to check on W/F found that she was not home and had not been seen since 0200 hours. W/F has dementia and has been deteriorating more and more over the past few weeks. The entire shift responded and began to coordinate a search plan. Reverse 911 was completed. All security companies at surrounding communities were notified as well as all hospitals were checked. PBSO Eagle was requested and arrived in the area. Several minutes after they began their search the Eagle located the woman in heavy foliage in the lake to the rear of the community. This area where she was located would not have been able to be seen from the ground. Officers rushed into the water and rescued her. She was taken to Bethesda in stable condition. Excellent job by all officers involved as well as dispatch. The combined effort very likely saved this woman’s life.
Several auto burglaries were also reported later in the shift on Cedar Circle. Reports still in progress as of this writing.
Shift responded to one non-fatal overdose at the Homing Inn.
14-47510 1151 hrs Strong-arm Robbery 306 N. Congress Ave.
Victim’s scooter was vandalized by a subject apparently upset with victim’s driving skills. As victim attempted to video record suspect, suspect forcefully grabbed the victim’s cellphone from his possession and it was also purposely destroyed. Victim was then thrown to the ground prior to suspect driving away from the parking lot. Investigation on-going.
18-47530 1404 hrs Stolen Vehicle 1499 S. Federal Hwy.
A white Honda CBR 1000 RR with CO tag# ORN741, was stolen between 9/13 at 1300 and 9/14 at 1400.
18-47487 Suspicious Incident/AOD School Board 4975 Park Ridge Blvd. 0656 hours
Units responded to Boynton Beach High in reference to a suspicious incident. Information was received through school board police dispatch that a male had fired a gun at the bus stop at NE 17th Ave/N Seacrest Blvd. and then entered a school bus that took him to BBHS. BBPD units responded and assisted School Police with the investigation. Investigation is on-going at this time. School was on lock down for several hours.
18-47498 Attempted Auto Burglary 2929 S Seacrest Blvd. 0800 hours
Units responded to the above location in reference to a burglary in progress. Witnesses observed W/M McCarthy, Donald 04/24/98 trying to open car doors in the parking lot. One witness ordered McCarty to sit on the ground and he complied. McCarthy was taken into custody for attempted auto burglary and TOT PBCJ.