FEB. 11 — A deputy from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office substation in Royal Palm Beach was called to the Bealls store on Southern Blvd. on Tuesday, Feb. 11 regarding a case of shoplifting. According to a PBSO report, a deputy from the PBSO substation in Royal Palm Beach was dispatched to the store at approximately 7:20 p.m., after three unknown male suspects entered the store pushing a shopping cart and proceeded to the young male section. According to the report, a loss-prevention officer observed the suspects fill the shopping cart with clothes and then pass all points of purchase and exit the store without making an attempt to pay for the items. The suspects fled in a white four-door Mitsubishi Gallant with black rims. According to the report, the stolen clothing was estimated at approximately $2,000. The suspects were described as black males in their 20s between 5’10” and 6’1” tall with thin builds and short hair. One of the suspects was wearing a white T-shirt and red shorts, the second was wearing a delivery driver’s uniform and the third suspect was wearing a yellow T-shirt with red shorts. Video surveillance footage of the incident was available, but there was no further information at the time of the report.
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FEB. 11— A Wellington man was arrested Tuesday, Feb. 11 on drug charges following a traffic stop on Southern Blvd. in Royal Palm Beach. According to a PBSO report, at approximately 1:53 a.m., a deputy from the PBSO substation in Royal Palm Beach was on patrol when he observed a black four-door sedan speeding westbound on Southern Blvd. without a tag light. The deputy conducted a traffic stop and made contact with the driver, 45-year-old Terrill Myers. According to the report, the deputy smelled an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle, but Myers was not impaired. After an investigation, Myers revealed that he was in possession of cocaine. The deputy discovered a container with approximately .7 grams of cocaine, two straws and two clear baggies with cocaine residue in Myers’ front pocket. He was arrested and taken to the Palm Beach County Jail, where he was charged with possession of cocaine and drug equipment.
FEB. 11 — The owner of a business on Civic Center Way contacted the PBSO substation in Royal Palm Beach on Tuesday, Feb. 11 to report a case of fraud. According to a PBSO report, the victim did $587.20 in business with a man last month. When the victim deposited the check, he was notified by his bank that the check was counterfeit. There is video surveillance footage of the suspect, but there was no further information available at the time of the report.
FEB. 18 — A resident of 121st Terrace North called the PBSO’s Acreage/Loxahatchee substation last Tuesday to report an attempted burglary. According to a PBSO report, sometime between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., someone threw a paver at the victim’s rear sliding-glass door, but the door did not break. According to the report, the deputy also discovered that the perpetrator(s) removed the screen to a rear window of the home, but he did not believe entry to the home was made. There were no suspects or witnesses at the time of the report.
FEB. 20 — A deputy from the PBSO’s Acreage/Loxahatchee substation was dispatched to a home on Hall Blvd. early last Thursday morning in response to a stolen vehicle. According to a PBSO report, sometime between 10:30 p.m. last Wednesday and 1:10 a.m. the following morning, someone stole the victim’s Peterbuilt semi-truck and the Coin 10-car carrier that was attached to it. The victim had parked his truck and trailer in the swale at the front of his house and left his home. The following morning the truck and trailer were missing. The victim was in possession of the keys and had not authorized anyone else to use the vehicle. According to the report, there were no logs of the truck or trailer being towed, and the victim said he was not behind on payments. There was no further information available at the time of the report.
FEB. 22 — A resident of Sugar Pond Manor called the PBSO substation in Wellington last Saturday evening to report a case of vandalism. According to a PBSO report, at approximately 5:30 p.m., someone smashed the rear passenger-side window of the victim’s red 2001 Mazda van parked outside his home on Periwinkle Place. The victim said he and his family heard noises similar to car doors closing and believed the neighbors had come home. According to the report, the victim then heard glass shattering and went outside to discover the damage. The victim said nothing was removed from the vehicle, which remained locked. There were no suspects or witnesses at the time of the report.
FEB. 23 — A deputy from the PBSO substation in Wellington was called to the Grand Isles community last Sunday morning regarding a vehicle burglary. According to a PBSO report, the victim works for the community and sometime between 11 p.m. last Saturday and 6 a.m. the following morning, someone damaged the driver’s side front-door lock to gain access to the vehicle. The victim believed the perpetrator(s) were trying to gain access to his trunk and remove his speakers, but nothing was missing from the vehicle. DNA evidence was taken at the scene, but there were no suspects or witnesses at the time of the report.
FEB. 24 — A West Palm Beach resident called the PBSO substation in Wellington on Monday to report a missing item. According to a PBSO report, the victim was at the Mall at Wellington Green last Saturday at approximately noon. Sometime between then and Monday, she lost her white Samsung Galaxy 4 cell phone. The victim said she was also out the Palm Beach Outlets over the weekend. There were no suspects or witnesses at the time of the report.
FEB. 24 — A deputy from the PBSO’s Acreage/Loxahatchee substation was called Monday afternoon to a home on North Road regarding a home burglary. According to a PBSO report, sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., someone used a hidden key from the victim’s front porch to gain access to the home. According to the report, once inside, the perpetrator(s) stole Toshiba and HP laptop computers, approximately $1,000 cash and approximately $1,000 in jewelry, along with a bottle of Grey Goose vodka. There were no suspects or witnesses at the time of the report.