BBPD News Archive

Police target drug dealers in undercover operation that nets 11 arrests

Boynton Beach Police on Monday arrested 11 drug dealers on a litany of charges including sale of heroin, fentanyl and cocaine.
The arrests were the culmination of Operation Buy Bye, an undercover investigation that’s objective was to identify suspected drug dealers and disrupt the distribution of controlled substances throughout the city.
Agents with the department’s Narcotics Investigation Unit identified 18 suspects and arrested 11 of them throughout the day Monday. More arrests are expected.

Boynton Briefing - Dec. 18, 2018

18-065946 Burglary To Residence 724 NW 7th Ct 1729 hours
Officers responded to the above address and met with the caller who reported a delayed burglary to his residence. The caller said he got home from work and decided to inspect the exterior of his home due to a burglary alarm notification he received earlier in the day. The caller noticed damage and signs of forced entry to an exterior bathroom window. The caller then entered the residence to find his master bedroom rummaged through.

Boynton Briefing - Dec. 14-17, 2018

18-065734 1904 hours Possession of Paraphernalia 1005 N Seacrest Blvd
W/M Matthew Noll was arrested after he was observed by Officers utilizing a syringe for narcotic use in front of the business. Noll was issued a NTA.
18-065807 0202 hours Burglary Auto 1414 SE 1st St
Victim observed a young B/M rummaging through the unlocked tool box of his Ford F150. Suspect was last seen fleeing north on SE 1st St. Three drills were stolen.
18-065577 2310 hours Resisting Arrest 1005 N Seacrest Blvd

Police release sketch of home invasion robbery suspect

Boynton Beach Police are investigating a home invasion robbery that injured a 77-year-old woman on Dec. 4 in the Village Royale on the Green neighborhood.
Here is a sketch of the suspect, described as a heavyset black female with short, fluffy, orange/red dyed hair.
The victim, whose name is not being released, told detectives that a woman knocked on her front door at around 2:30 p.m. She said she worked for Affinity Home Care of Boynton Beach, and was there to replace her regular home nurse for the day.

Boynon Briefing - Dec. 13, 2018

18-064877 Failed To Stop for L.E.O NW 6th Ave / NW 3rd St 1957 hours
Officers attempted to stop a gray Chevy Malibu FL tag CDVG47. The vehicle ignored the officers emergency lights/siren and fled towards I-95. The vehicle entered I-95 northbound where officers discontinued their attempt at a traffic stop. Officers were not able to identify the driver of the vehicle.
18-064940 Agg. Assault Firearm 0234 hours

Boynton Briefing - Dec. 11, 2018

18-064481 2022 hours Overdose/Non-Fatal 2821 S Federal Hwy/Homing Inn
Victim was located unconscious in a guest room. Officers arrived and administered one dose of nasal Narcan. BBFD transported the victim to Bethesda and is expected to make a full recovery.
18-064507 2220 hours Shooting/Accidental Injury 2815 S Seacrest Blvd/BMH

Boynton Briefing - Dec. 7-10, 2018

18-064242 Burglary To Residence 717 Shore Dr 1546 hours
Officers responded to the above residence and met with the caller who wanted to report a burglary. The caller said unknown person(s) stole 4 fishing rods out of his garage within the past two weeks. The caller said he normally leaves the garage door open during the daytime. There were no suspect info available. Officers located surveillance cameras at a neighbor’s home. The video surveillance from the neighbor is being reviewed for a potential suspect and narrowed time frame.

Boynton Briefing - Dec. 5, 2018

18-063283 Stolen Auto – Delayed 206 NE 14th Ave 1623 hours
Officers were dispatched to the above address in regards to a stolen vehicle. The caller/victim told officers he let an associate borrow his vehicle a week ago (1996 Ford Pick-up FL tag JRW-M27). The associate, only known to the victim as “Angel”, was supposed to go run an errand and return the vehicle the same day. The caller said Angel never returned the vehicle. The victim said he’s been trying to find Angel for a week to no avail.

They went to Jared...and used a stolen ID to buy $7,200 in jewelry

We are looking to identify the couple in this video. On Oct. 6, they used an Illinois man's personal information to open a line of credit at Jared.
They then spent $7,200 on jewerly. If you know who they are, please call Det. Pete Zampini at 561-742-6151 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 800-458-TIPS. Tips can also be sent via our MyPD app or www.bbpd.org. You can remain anonymous.

Boynton Briefing - Nov. 29, 2018

18-096477 Burglary Delayed 2520 NE 1st Ct #8305 22:00 hours
Victim advised she left her residence door open while she went to the laundry room. When she returned she noticed that her purse was missing from the couch.
BBPD B3B4 shift conducted extra patrols throughout Boynton Lakes North Development due to the residents parking along the grassy area of Boynton Lakes Boulevard during the resurfacing of the community’s roadways.
18-61982 GTA 15 Sausalito Drive 0730 hours

Boynton Briefing - Nov. 28, 2018

18-061927 2258 hours Stolen Auto 2360 N Federal Hwy (Shell Gas Station)
A white 2014 Chevy Impala bearing FL tag EATP93 was stolen from the above location after the driver left the vehicle running in the parking lot. A loaded Taurus 9mm firearm (unknown serial number) was also within the vehicle.
18-061929 2308 hours L & P Arrest 902 NW 6th Ave

BBPD Holiday Toy Drive

The Boynton Beach Police Department’s annual toy drive to benefit the Children's Healing Institute and families in need in the City of Boynton Beach begins on Saturday.
BBPD Officers will be collecting toys at Walmart, 3625 S. Federal Highway, on Dec. 1 and 2, 8 and 9 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
In addition, since we don't have a large lobby in our temporary station, 10 local businesses have stepped up to be drop-off locations for the toy drive, which runs through Dec. 12.
Toys can be dropped off at the following locations:
Due South Brewery - 2900 High Ridge Road

Boynton Briefing - Nov. 26, 2018

18-061498 Burglary/Residence Delayed 2821 S. Federal Hwy B103 2125 hours
Victim advised sometime between 11/22/2018 and 11/25/2018 unknown individual(s) absconded with a television and miscellaneous items from his room.
18-061505 Possession Contraband 2800 N Congress Avenue 2223 hours
BBPD units affected a stop of a Blue Chevy Silverado (FL tag M878JY). The driver, Joshua A Woods was subsequently charged with Poss of Marijuanna <20 grams, DWLS, Expired Reg, processed and tot to PBJC.

Boynton Briefing - Nov. 20, 2018

18-060332 Burglary To Residence 1833 NE 6th St 1927 hours
Officers were dispatched to the above address in reference to a burglary. The victim told officers a group of juveniles entered his opened garage and stole a bicycle from the garage. The victim also said the suspects left 3 other bicycles nearby that did not belong to the victim. The officers checked the area but did not locate the suspects. The abandoned bicycles were processed for evidence and later secured at BBPD as found property.
18-060368 Suspicious Incident 512 NW 9th Ave 2257 hours

Meet the new K9 Team

We are excited to introduce you to the newest members of our K9 Unit - Officer Patrick Roedel and his partner, K9 Bane!
K9 Bane is a Dutch Shepherd, who was born in June 2017. He will be trained to sniff out narcotics, in addition to apprehending criminals with Officer Roedel, who has served the BBPD for 6 years.
Officer Roedel and K9 Bane will be in school for the next 3-4 months. We will keep you updated on their progress.
Please join us in wishing them the best of luck! #bbpdpride

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Police investigating accidental drowning of Boynton man

Boynton Beach Police are investigating the accidental drowning of a 21-year-old man who fled from officers responding to the report of an in-progress vehicle burglary early Thursday morning.
Just before 8 a.m., Boynton Beach Police Communications Center received a 911 call about a possible drowning in a retention pond behind the Canterbury community off of High Ridge Road.
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BBPD applying for federal grant

The Boynton Beach Police Department is in the process of applying for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant. This is the FY 2019 local solicitation. We have been allocated $34,740. Should we be awarded and receive the full amount of this grant, the funds would go toward computer software. If you have any questions regarding the submission of this grant please contact Officer... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Aug. 16-19, 2019

19-046623 Robbery Strong/Arm (Old Navy) 373 N. Congress Avenue 1901 hours
B/F Larresa West was charged with Strong Arm Robbery, processed, TOT to PBCJ.
19-046544 Criminal Mischief/ Theft 215 High Point Blvd. 0738hrs.
Unknown suspect(s) broke the lock on the refrigerator located at the pool area and stole property from within. The property was located in the... Click to View

National Night Out - POSTPONED

The Boynton Beach Police Department’s National Night Out event is being postponed due to the impending inclement weather later today. We will keep the community posted on the new date once it is planned.

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Boynton Beach Police joins Neighbors by Ring to provide community with real-time, local crime and safety information

The Boynton Beach Police Department today announced that it is joining the free Neighbors app by Ring to provide the community with real-time, local crime and safety information.
Residents can text ‘bbfl’ to 555888 from their smartphone to download the Neighbors app for free on iOS and Android and use the app to; join their neighborhood, share crime and safety-related videos, photos and... Click to View

DNA kit leads Boynton Beach officer to half-brother he never knew he had

“Good morning, my name is David Stull. According to 23andMe, we are half-brothers. I was adopted as an infant and have very little knowledge of my family history, so I have no way of knowing the validity of this.”
Those were the first few sentences of an email Boynton Beach Police Officer Eric Reynolds received last month.
Reynolds had done 23andMe three years ago to learn more... Click to View

BBPD hosting FREE Teen Summit

Calling all teens ages 13-17 – Catch the WAVE with the Boynton Beach Police Department!
Work. Attitude. Value. Empowerment. That’s the focus of this FREE Teen Summit that begins July 23 and runs three days a week through August 8.
The Teen Summit will be held Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at St. Mark’s Catholic Church, 643 St. Mark’s Place, Boynton... Click to View

Put it down and focus on driving

The Boynton Beach Police Department reminds you of the new state law prohibiting texting and driving. We encourage you to go hands-free in your car. Put it down and arrive alive.
We will be handing out hands-free cell phone holders to the first 50 people who attend our Coffee with a Cop event on Thursday, July 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Chick-fil-A on Boynton Beach Boulevard. We... Click to View

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