By Sharon Aron Baron
Through our joint effort with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates to residents, this is a summary of crimes that occurred in Parkland through February 24.
9245 Ranch Rd – Barkland Dog Park
On February 23, two dogs engaged in a fight with one of the dogs biting one of the owners. Coral Springs Parkland Fire Department responded and treated the owner, which was non-life threatening. CSFD stated minor injuries that did not need the hospital’s attention.
11900 block of Loxahatchee Rd
Between December 11, 2019, and February 22, 2020, the victim advised that his 2010 Ferrari from California (no tag/no registration), was stolen. The car was being worked on at a storage lot.
6700 block of NW 65th Ter
On February 22, BSO Responded to a residential burglary and made contact with the victim. The unknown suspect(s) shattered the rear window of his residence and entered the residence rifling through his bedroom and drawer, but nothing was taken
6900 block of NW 65th Ter
On February 22, BSO responded to a residential burglary and made contact with the caller. An unknown suspect(s) shattered the rear window of the residence and entered rifling through the bedroom and drawer. It appeared that jewelry might have been taken.
6900 Heron Bay Blvd – Heron Bay
On February 18, two bikes found by North Springs Water District at the west end of Heron Bay & Everglades. Bikes placed in District 17 Sally Port.
7100 block of W Cypress Head Dr – Cypress Head
On February 20, a vehicle fire occurred possibly caused by an electrical malfunction. No injuries.
6200 block of NW 58th Way – Sable Pass
Between February 10 and February 18, a resident contacted the Parkland District Office to make a report of multiple subjects using her address to apply for Credit Cards. She advised on 02/10/2020, and 02/11/2020 multiple unknown subjects used her address to apply for credit cards with PNC bank, Primer bank, and Intuit Turbo. She was also notified that her address was posted on a website (Trulia) that her property was up for rent with photos of her neighbor’s property.
7000 block of NW 67th Ter – Ternbridge
Between February 8 and February 18, the victim advised while his ex-wife was at his residence for supervised child visits, she removed property without his permission or authority.
Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts
7000 block of NW 113th Ave – Parkland Isles
On February 23, an unknown suspect unlawfully removed the victim’s 2013 Toyota Camry model XLE, black in color, from the driveway. There is no tracking device on the vehicle.
7199 Nob Hill Rd – Heron Bay
On February 18, the caller advised that she observed a male with a shotgun. Coral Springs Police made contact with the subject matching the description in their jurisdiction and determined that the subject was carrying a stick. The subject is a known Parkland resident, suffering from a mental disorder.
11000 Holmberg Rd – Westglades Middle School
On February 20, deputies responded to assist the school’s assistant principal who came to the school with a child psychiatrist that was becoming irate after being told that the school psychologist was not on campus that day and would need to schedule an appointment at a later date if they wish to meet. The parent and psychiatrist left the school campus without incident.
6300 block of NW 61st Ave
On February 20, a resident turned over four revolvers for safekeeping, as a result of a Palm Beach County Court Order surrendering firearms/Domestic Injunction.
9700 Holmberg Rd – Meadow Run
On February 20, the victim overdosed on opiates. Coral Springs Fire Rescue used Narcan to revive and transport to Coral Springs Hospital.
8600 Parkland Bay – Parkland Bay
On February 21, two females in their late 20s early 30s responded to the Parkland District Office to report their friend missing. Upon arrival, the females advised their friend in her early 20`s was wearing a long black sweater, and sneakers were at their residence in Parkland (unknown address) who seemed very upset.
10555 Trails End – Pine Trails Park
On February 22, a juvenile female ten years of age hurt her back on a trampoline. Coral Springs Parkland Fire Rescue arrived and examined the juvenile. The parent declined rescue.
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- Sharon Aron Baron is a Parkland resident and editor of Talk Media. She has been covering Parkland news since 2012. Parkland Talk was created to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Parkland.
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