Harassment and Burglary – Parkland Talk

By Kevin Deutsch

Through our joint efforts with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates with residents, here is a summary of crimes and more Park incidents until May 30, 2022.

Theft Auto

Location redacted

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On 05/28/2022, an unidentified vehicle was stolen from a driveway by unknown subject(s) without the permission or authorization of the male victim.

Property damage

Location redacted

On 05/25/22, an unmarked Boca Raton Police Department vehicle was properly parked on the side of the road when the right taillight was damaged. No other damage to the vehicle and it is not known how the damage occurred at this time.


Holmberg Road

A battery report was made in an unidentified school on 05/24/2022. The SRO school took a report of two youths who fought in the toilets of the two boys in the building. The two miners were determined to voluntarily participate in combat and were considered mutual combatants. One of the miners had minor abrasions. Both denied having other injuries and refused to respond to firefighters. School administrators suspended the two students for fighting on campus, based on the school’s discipline matrix.


NW 81st Ter.

On 05/27/2022, several lawn care tools worth $2,369 were stolen.


N. Blue Spring Dr.

One person was a victim of Fraud-Worthless Check on 05/25/2022.

Property damage

NW 75th Way

On 5/26/2022, a female victim claimed that she returned home to find her child’s basketball hoop in her driveway was damaged and leaking water. She reviewed her surveillance video and observed an Amazon delivery vehicle running over the base of the basketball hoop.

Hunt down

NW 111th Way

26/05/2022, a resident of Parkland reported receiving strange and inappropriate messages via Instagram and Facebook for the past two years.

No arrests reported

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Kevin Deutsch

Kevin Deutsch

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

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