Parkland’s Captain Jan Jordan with the Broward Sheriff’s Office gave the city commission an update on crime and prevention at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Two vandals broke in and stole almost $500 in cash from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School vending machines and left thousands of dollars in damage in their wake.
The following is a list of crimes committed in the City of Parkland this past month as reported to the Broward Sheriff’s Department.
2017 has been an amazing year for the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Thanks to the amazing men and women of BSO, we accomplished so much.
Three hooded figures were captured by security cameras looking for unlocked cars on November 3 in a Parkland neighborhood and Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies are asking for the public’s help in identifying them.
The Broward County Republicans have a thorn in their side. The party that’s tough on crime can’t seem to remove an elected member of their executive board who was charged with the heinous premeditated attempted murder of a young woman he hit over the head with a hammer 40 times.
When disaster strikes, the Broward Sheriff’s Office is ready, willing and able to lend a helping hand to those in need at a moment’s notice—no matter where it occurs.
A driver running a red light on N State Road 7 collided with another vehicle causing several individuals to be transported to the hospital.
“It’s a crime of opportunity,” said BSO Captain Jan Jordan to the homeowners of Heron Bay who wanted more information about recent auto thefts in the city.
Hurricane Irma is expected to make its way to South Florida this weekend. As a captain with the Broward Sheriff’s Office in Parkland, Jan Jordan along with her deputies, are preparing for the storm.