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 August 12.
8000 block of NW 112th Terrace
On August 6, the victim reported that he had traded in an old vehicle with an attached license tag and forgot to remove it. Now, he is now receiving toll by plate notifications with that tag.
6100 block of NW 65th Lane
On August 7, BSO was dispatched in reference to a suspicious incident. Upon arrival, they made contact with a female complainant, who advised she had been having ongoing issues with her neighbor. BSO advised both neighbors to try avoiding each other at all costs for the time being until management handles the situation.
6600 block of NW 75th Place
On August 8, the resident reported that plants had been pulled from the ground overnight. The neighbor was suspected, and the plants were replanted while BSO was on the scene.
7500 block of NW 61st Terrace
On August 8, BSO responded to the address in reference to an information report. A female resident advised her roof tiles were found broken in the street. She is unsure of how they got there.
10600 block of South Lago Vista Circle – Cascata at Mira Lago
On August 8, at the main entrance of Cascata, the guard had a dispute with a resident, who refused to show identification to the guard and created a disturbance.
7871 University Drive – Parkland Animal Clinic
On August 9, deputies responded to Parkland Animal Clinic and met with the veterinarian, who stated he received a voicemail from a past client, who stated she wanted to leave a bad review regarding medical malpractice with her dog.
6800 University Drive – Coastal Community Church
On August 11, an anonymous complaint was made referencing loud music at the church. Upon arrival, no noise was heard coming from the inside or outside of the building.
5800 block of NW 80th Terrace
On August 12, BSO was dispatched in reference to information about damage to a residence. Upon arrival, he met with the male complainant, who advised he was renting out his residence to a tenant for a year. Due to the fact that the damages could have been wear and tear, BSO was unable to determine if they were intentional.
8000 block of NW 128th Lane
On August 11, BSO was dispatched in reference to a burglary in progress. The male victim detained the female suspect, who unlawfully entered his opened garage. She was unable to steal the items and was arrested on charges of burglary to an occupied dwelling/unarmed/no assault/battery.
6800 block of NW 81st Court – Mayfair
On August 8, a vehicle was entered via an unlocked passenger door. $10 worth of change was taken. Video and latent prints were obtained.
5800 block of NW 74th Terrace
On August 11, BSO was dispatched to the residence in reference to a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, they met with a male resident, who advised that his 20-year old son and his 18-year-old girlfriend had been having a verbal argument for approximately 48 hours. The girlfriend’s mother then picked her up and brought her home.
11700 block of Bayview Circle – Parkland Bay
On August 10, a delayed report was taken about a missing passport, which was lost between 8/07 and 8/10. The passport was last seen at the reporting person’s residence.
- 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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