18-047082 Burglary Residence 206 SW 3rd St 1848 hours
Victim reported unknown persons entering her residence via forced entry (window) and stealing a black/green in color Avigo BMX bicycle.
18-047096 Stolen Auto 1008 S Seacrest Blvd 2236 hours
Victim reported his 2008 gray Toyota Corolla bearing DSHR45 stolen from the front of his residence. Victim has the keys to the vehicle.
18-047112 Shots Fired 303 SW 8th Ave 0033 hours
Anonymous complainant called BBPD to report shots fired in the area. Officers arrived in the area and located numerous 9mm Luger shell casings throughout the roadway at 900 SW 2nd St. There were no reported witnesses or victims.
18-47006 1239 hrs Narcotic Arrest 131 E. Boynton Beach Blvd.
Officer Whitefield arrested W/M, Christopher J. Bramah, 03/09/94, after an occupied suspicious vehicle investigation revealed him to be in possession of a needle containing Heroin. TOT PBCJ.
18-47053 1701 hrs Burglary Structure 2181 NE 1st Ln.
A shed was burglarized sometime between 9/10 at 0230 hours and this morning at 0500 hours. A pressure washer was stolen.
18-46957 Fleeing and Eluding Ocean Ave/Federal Hwy. 0540 hours
W/M Gartenlaub, Daniel 01-21-78 was arrested for fleeing eluding after failing to stop when Sgt. Crowell attempted a traffic stop on him. TOT PBCJ.
18-046869 Burglary to Auto 1629 Meadows Circle W 1802 hours
Victim reported an auto burglary to their 2018 Toyota Corolla which occurred between 09/09/2018 1800 hrs and 09/10/2018 0830 hrs.
18-046904 Failed To Stop Boynton Lakes Blvd/N Congress Ave 2151 hours
Officers attempted a traffic stop on a white 2018 Nissan Altima bearing FL GHQM15 (rental vehicle). The vehicle failed to stop and fled southbound on N Congress Ave. Pursuit was terminated and it was last seen entering I-95 southbound.
18-046915 Failed To Stop High Ridge Rd/Hypoluxo Rd 2255 hours
Officers attempted a traffic stop on a black Kia Sedan bearing FL ELVZ85. The vehicle failed to stop and fled southbound on I-95. Pursuit was terminated and it was last seen southbound on I-95 passing Woolbright Rd. No suspect info.
18-046924 Narcotic Arrest 3800 N Congress Ave 2330 hours
Officers conducted a traffic stop on a silver Toyota Camry for an expired tag. The driver, Latoya Dejanus, was discovered to be in possession of 239 Alprazolam pills and 3.5 grams of Heroin. Dejanus was taken into custody and later TOT PBCJ.
18-046953 Loitering & Prowling Boynton Lakes Park 0314 hours
Officers observed a black Nissan Altima at the Boynton Lakes Park backed in a handicap parking space. The vehicle was running and occupied by two black juvenile. The juveniles were sweating profusely and in possession of gloves, flashlights, and dressed in all black. They provided inconsistent statements and were unable to dispel the officers’ alarm and immediate concern for their presence in the community. It is believed these subjects were going to attempt burglaries in the neighborhood. Both were TOT JAC.
18-46823 1144 hrs Burglary Auto 420 NW 3rd St.
Burglary between 09/08 at 1900 and 09/10 at 1000.
18-46860 1710 hrs Burglary Auto 57 Peachtree Pl.
Burglary between 09/08 at 2240 and 09/10 at 0640.
18-046778 Motor Vehicle Theft 1602 Meadows Cir. W. 0655hrs
1999 Lexus, bronze in color with Fl tag Y40EAJ, stolen from the parking lot overnight.
18-046780 Burglary Auto 1608 Meadows Cir. W. 0713hrs
18-046783 Burglary Auto 16 W. Ocean Dr. 0755hrs
18-046785 Motor Vehicle Theft 57 Peachtree Pl. 0759hrs
2002 BMW 325, silver in color with Fl tag IC85HK, stolen overnight.
18-046790 Burglary Auto 706 SW 1st Ct. 0854hrs
18-046793 Burglary Auto 118 New Lake Dr. 0908hrs
18-046797 Burglary Auto 107 New Lake Dr. 1017hrs
18-046701 1826 hours Poss. Of Marijuana w/ Intent 208 S. Seacrest Blvd.
Officer Sohn and OIT Wertman stopped b/m Benjamin Garcon who was inside the closed Boynton Beach Public Library construction site. Further investigation revealed Garcon to be in possession of 15.5 grams of marijuana. Search incident to arrest of the defendant’s backpack yielded a scale, grinders and several 1×1 baggies containing marijuana. Due to the packaging and other paraphernalia Garcon was charged with Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Sell. He was processed at BBPD and tot PBCJ.
18-46633 Throwing a Deadly Missile 197 SE 27th PL 0533 hours
Suspect threw a coconut through the front window of the victim’s home, causing it to shatter and break. Victim believes that he may know the suspect from a previous altercation but was unable to provide any information.
18-46636 Shots Fired 2600 NE 1st LN 0650 hours
Same person calls during the same time frame to report shots fired, but refuses to make contact with officers.
18-46643 Burglary Auto 11 NE 28th CT 0907 hours
Sometime between 0200hrs-0900hrs unknown suspect broke out the victim’s driver’s side window and removed a hedge trimmer valued at $500.
18-46500 Burglary to Residence 812 SW 5th CT 1133 hours
Victim stated that she went on vacation at 1500hrs on 09-02-18 and returned today a 1100hrs, to find her door opened. Victim located a dent in the lower portion of the door, causing her to conclude that someone had kicked the door in to gain entry. However, check of the home revealed that nothing was missing or out of order.
18-046345 1900 hours Failed to Stop 500 W. Gateway Blvd
Officer Castro attempted to stop a Black Yamaha R6 Motorcycle traveling at a high rate of speed NB on Highridge Rd. The motorcycle failed to yield and the stop was terminated immediately. However the driver struck the curb at Hypoluxo Rd. and I-95 rendering the bike disabled. The driver w/m Van Wilsum was subsequently arrested for Fleeing and Eluding. He was medically cleared (minor scrapes and bruising) and tot PBCJ.
18-046353 2006 hours Battery on LEO 1108 SW 23rd Ave.
Officers made contact with b/f Kisha Jackson at the aforementioned location when they discovered Jackson to have an active FTA warrant for Sale of Cocaine. Upon arrest she stated she was under the influence of narcotics. She was subsequently transported to Bethesda for medical treatment. At Bethesda; Jackson became combative, and had to be sedated and restrained. During the restraint process, she began kicking and spitting on Officers Shepaum, Hall, and Passaro. She was additionally charged with three counts of Battery on LEO. Officer Hall had to be treated at Bethesda, due to exposure of bodily fluids to his facial area. Jackson had to be admitted to the hospital for medical reasons. Paperwork was tot PBCJ.
Boynton Briefing – Sept. 7-12, 2018
18-047082 Burglary Residence 206 SW 3rd St 1848 hours