Crime Update for Parkland Florida

By Kevin Deutsch

Through our joint effort with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates with residents, this is a summary of crimes and other Parkland incidents through November 28, 2022.

Blackmail

NW 96th Dr.

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A male was the victim of Extortion/Blackmail on 11/26/2022. The victim advised he sent nude photographs to an unknown female via Snapchat. The suspect then demanded money in exchange for the photos to be deleted and not sent to his friends and family. The victim advised he sent the suspect $5,000. Tot. Est. Loss: $5,000.

Burglary Conveyance

Location redacted

A person was the victim of a Burglary Conveyance in Parkland on 11/23/2022. An unknown subject entered the unlocked driver’s door of the victim’s 2020 Range Rover, parked in her driveway. Tot. Est. Loss: $587.

Ranch Rd.

Two people were victims of Burglary Conveyance on 11/26/2022. While the victims were setting up for a birthday party at the Equestrian Center Pavilion, a 2021 Lexus SUV had its passenger window smashed and a purse removed from the front passenger seat. Tot. Est. Loss: $1,350.

Burglary Residence

A person was the victim of a Burglary Residence on NW 66th Ave on 11/26/2022. The victim’s watch and jewelry were stolen. Tot. Est. Loss: $34,000.

Criminal Mischief

Location Redacted

A person was the victim of Criminal Mischief in Parkland on 11/24/2022. The suspect physically pulled the gate arm off at the community entrance, then drove into the community. Estimated cost to repair gate arm: $300.

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Salem Ln.

On 11/25/2022, a resident stated that a person was conspiring to harass her and her family.

Theft

Location Redacted

A person was the victim of Theft – Retail / Shoplifting on 11/25/2022. Suspect one was in the process of opening an account at the store, while suspect two was looking at two iPad Pros in their boxes. Suspect two then walked away with the iPads, while suspect one remained at guest services. Both suspects left in a green Honda Element. Tot. Est. Loss: $2,338.

No Arrests Reported

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Kevin Deutsch
Kevin Deutsch
Kevin Deutsch is an award-winning crime journalist and author. A graduate of Florida International University, Kevin has worked on staff at The Miami Herald, New York Daily News, and The Palm Beach Post.

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