Officers responded to the aforementioned address in reference to a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival they met with the victim who stated unknown persons had stolen his White Toyota Avalon bearing Fl. Tag Y47DZH sometime over-night.
Upon arrival contact was made with the victim whom stated that she returned to her vehicle the next morning and found the vehicle passenger side door wide opened. The vehicle was ransacked, but nothing appeared to be missing from the vehicle. Fed Hwy in reference to an auto burglary. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim whom stated that an unknown person entered his silver Toyota Camry FL tag Y25SDN and removed several items eye glasses, loose change.
He further stated that nothing appeared to be missing from either of the vehicle, but wanted the incident documented. Federal Highway Officer responded to S. Federal Highway in reference to an auto burglary. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim whom stated that an unknown person entered her unsecured red Mazda 3 FL tag MZU. Upon arrival contact was made with the victim who stated that his orange Jeep Renegade with FL JBQI62 was left unlocked and upon his return to the vehicle he realized his vehicle has been rummaged through.
Fed Hwy in reference to a delayed auto burglary.
Victim stated that nothing was missing from the vehicle, but wanted the incident documented. A registration check revealed the vehicle to be stolen out of WPB.
Search incident to arrest revealed a small amount of Heroin inside her purse. She was also charged with one count of possession of contraband and tot PBCJ. The victim said he left his gray Jeep Cherokee unlocked overnight.
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The caller said unknown persons entered her unlocked vehicle during the night. The victim said her credit cards were stolen from inside the vehicle. Officers met with the victim who stated that an unknown person broke into his green Toyota. The caller told officers that unknown persons entered his pick-up truck and stole various lawn equipment.
The caller said she left her residence unsecured and unknown persons stole 2 flat screen televisions from within.
Victim believes he may have left his vehicle unlocked. Victim advised that two 2 Hispanic males approached him at north side of the complex. One of the subjects pointed a small handgun towards his chest demanding his money and cell phone. Both subjects last seen running southbound towards Gateway Blvd.
Case turned over to Detective Bureau. Victim believes she may have left her vehicle unlocked. Officers canvassed the area and located 10 9mm and 14 40cal shell casings in the roadway in front of NW 1st street.
Further investigation revealed the occupied house was struck along with a vehicle parked in the driveway. No one inside the home was harmed.
Officers made contact with a subject who had a reported warrant out of Miami Dade PD. Upon arrival, Officer Jennings discovered a Nissan Versa to be a parked and occupied. A records check revealed the vehicle to be stolen out of PBSO.
The two occupants of the vehicle fled on foot. Officer pursued the driver and utilized his Taser without success. Officer lost visual of the suspect. Contact was made with the subjects in the food court of the mall. After a brief foot pursuit, Graham was taken down. During the struggle that ensued, Graham battered Officer Acosta no injuries received. Officer Halpern sustained an injury to his back during the altercation and was transported to the hospital.
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