By Jill Fox
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 December 30. Names of those not arrested have been redacted.
6500 block of NW 63 Way – Pine Tree Estates
On December 28, the deputy made contact with the male victim in reference to his vehicle being burglarized. An unknown suspect(s) entered his Mercedes from the passenger side and removed his loaded black Glock 26.9 mm from the glove compartment.
12000 block of South Parkland Bay Trail – Parkland Bay
On December 26, deputies took a report of damage to an unoccupied residence at a construction site. The reporting person (a building contractor) estimated the damage to be $600 and speculates it was from an unknown person(s) throwing rocks repeatedly at the window sometime between 12/24 and 12/26. There are no occupied residences in the area of the incident location.
Theft – All other
5900 block of NW 59 Ave
On December 27, the female victim made contacted the Parkland District Office to report a theft. She advised she noticed her silver and gold Rolex watch, valued at $5,000 was missing from her residence.
11900 block of NW 81st Court
On December 27, the complainant stated that he received a notice via his RING doorbell that a package had been delivered. A short time, later he observed someone remove that package from his front yard. The complainant stated the only package he was expecting was a pair of men’s sneakers, which the package was far too small to be.
6300 block of NW 74 Terrace
On December 28, neighbors had a dispute over goats eating bushes.
11200 block of NW 65 Manor – Parkland Isles
On December 29, contact was made with the resident in reference to a delayed report of a damaged side garage window.
10001 Old Club Road – Clubhouse at Parkland Golf and Country Club
On December 30, the deputy responded to the men’s locker room in reference to a delayed theft of a member’s backpack. Further investigation revealed that another member, who owned a similar backpack, took it after he confused it with his own.
7300 block of NW 58 Way Parkwood/Riverstone Shoppes
On December 30, deputies conducted an area check between the businesses and residences following complaints of homeless people loitering in the area. A check showed no evidence of homeless people or an established encampment at this location. Digital images of the area were taken for this report.
6400 block of NW 61 Ave/Holmberg Road – Cypress Point
On December 30, deputies discovered a makeshift encampment in the wooded area at the northeast corner of NW 61 Ave and Holmberg Road. No personal property was observed at the campsite, indicating that it was either an abandoned or temporary camp for a homeless person. Digital images were taken for this report.
6600 block of NW 66 Way – Pine Tree Estates
On December 24, a deputy responded to the residence in reference to vandalism to a mailbox.
- Jill Fox is an Emmy Award-winning writer and producer. She has worked on the public relations side as well as the television side of marketing for NBC Universal. A true Floridian, Fox grew up in Ormond Beach and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Advertising from the University of Miami. During college, Fox enjoyed working at Walt Disney World. She loves living in Parkland with her husband, Brian and their two children, Madden, 10 and Randi, 7.
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