Parkland Crime Update

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 February 2.

Burglary Business

10700 block of Aqua Court/Lago Way – Cascata at Miralago
On February 3, Dixie Landscape reported several pieces of landscaping equipment were stolen from a container within a construction site between January 31 and February 3.

Burglary Residence

7300 block of NW 60 Lane – Parkwood
On January 28, the victim advised the unknown suspects entered her residence by shattering the rear sliding glass door. After the suspects entered her residence, they ransacked the home and removed the victim’s property.

7700 block of NW 63 Way – Mill Run
On January 28, the victim advised that an unknown person(s) forcefully entered her residence and remained while she was away from her home. Entry was made by breaking a rear glass patio door to the master bedroom. The victim advised the subject(s) removed some of her personal jewelry valued at $16,400.

11500 Trails End – Heron Bay Golf & Country Club
On February 2, the victim reported a forced entry to the maintenance building of the Heron Bay Golf course. No loss was reported per the equipment manager.

Criminal Mischief

11500 block of Osprey Trail – Heron Bay
On January 28, the Heron Bay Property Manager reported two speed radar units being vandalized by unknown person(s). Each unit was valued at approximately $11,000.

Found Property

7100 block of NW 63 Way – Pine Tree Estates
On February 3, the reporter advised she located an unloaded firearm inside of her garage while cleaning. The reporter stated her husband had passed away recently and she did not know who owned the firearm.

Information

10300 block of Cameilla Street – Parkland Golf & Country Club
On January 28, a verbal altercation occurred between a resident and a process server. The process server attempted to serve process on a female resident at the home. She did not accept process, and the process server would not leave after being requested to do so. The deputies asked the process server to leave and he did.

6620 University Drive – Parkland Library
On January 30, a male library employee made contact with the Parkland District Office to report children on the roof of the library.

10559 Trails End – Pine Trails Park
On February 2, during an area check of Pine Trails Park, a deputy observed two males engaged in a verbal argument with one of the males holding a rifle box.

7500 block of NW 61 Terrace – Mill Run Carriage Homes
On February 3, the reporter advised there was a verbal incident involving her neighbor which she wanted to document in order to petition for a restraining order.

Property Damage

Suspicious Incident
7500 block of NW 60 Lane – Lakes At Parkland
On January 28, deputies responded in reference to an unknown suspect trying to get into the residence.

7100 block of NW 62 Terrace
On January 29, the Amazon Delivery Driver got his van stuck in the resident’s lawn. The grass and sprinkler lines were damaged.

Schools

1100 Holmberg Road – Westglades Middle School
On January 29, deputies took a report of a brief physical altercation between two juvenile students on the school campus. An investigation determined that both juveniles were mutual combatants using only their hands with no observed injuries.

5901 Pine Island Road – Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
On January 28, the School Resource Deputies were contacted by concerned parents that their ninth grade son was possibly missing (endangered). The parents attempted to make contact with the juvenile via cell phone but were unsuccessful. A check of the area yielded negative results. Parents responded to their residence and found their son at home. Mother was concerned because of a text message the juvenile left. He advised that he left the school because he was upset and walked home. At no time did the juvenile threaten to harm himself or others.

5901 Pine Island Road – Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
On January 29, there was a physical altercation between two ninth grade students, which occurred on school grounds. Both students were disciplined by the school and no charges were filed due to them being mutual combatants.

11010 Nob Hill Road – Heron Heights
On January 31, a first grade student made a threat towards another student after that student was going to tell on him for throwing oranges in the cafeteria.

Author Profile

Jill Fox
Jill Fox is an Emmy Award-winning writer and producer. She is currently a Senior Account Director at Lon Haber & Co. Fox worked at NBC Miami for eight years after graduating from the University of Miami. She lives in Parkland with her husband, Brian and two children.