Register now for Teen Police Academy summer camp

Registration is underway for the 9th annual Boynton Beach Police Department Teen Police Academy, a week-long summer camp dedicated to increasing an understanding between our community’s youth and their local police.
The academy program will provide youth a hands-on opportunity to learn how the BBPD operates. Class topics will include: K-9, police patrol techniques, dangers of traffic stops, firearm safety, ropes course, bike patrol, marine enforcement, gang and drug awareness, crime scene procedures and field trips.
The academy will be held July 31 – Aug. 4 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Intracoastal Park Clubhouse in the City of Boynton Beach.
Participants must be between 14-16 years old and enrolled in school. Parental consent is required. The cost of the program is $100 and includes a T-shirt, ball cap, sports bag and lunch throughout the week. Payment is required at the time of registration and refundable until July 3.
Applications are available at the BBPD, City Hall, City Library and online at www.bbpd.org. Registration must be received no later than July 3, 2017. For more information, please contact Officer Rachel Loy at 561-742-6849.

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Boynton Briefing - July 21, 2017

17-041160 Stolen Auto 524 E Gateway Blvd 1853hrs
Victim advised while he was in the store he left his vehicle running in the parking lot. Surveillance video shows a B/M with long shoulder length dreadlocks wearing gray clothing enter the vehicle and drive off. The vehicle is a 2002 white Toyota Corolla bearing FL tag EHLJ12. Vehicle entered in F/NCIC.
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Boynton Briefing - July 20, 2017

17-040954 Burglary Residence 1755 NE 6th St 1914hrs
Victim reported his above listed residence being burglarized between 0930hrs and 1900 hrs today. The rear sliding door was smashed in. Stolen from the residence was an Xbox, black tablet and Jordan shoes.
17-040985 Shots Fired 7044 Lawrence Rd 2237hrs
Units responded regarding... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - July 19, 2017

17-040642 1516 hours Stolen Vehicle 205 NE 3rd Street.
Victim stated that unknown suspects stole his 1996 Cadillac Deville with an un-assigned FL tag Y15VYI. Vehicle was entered into FCIC/NCIC.
17-040667 1746 hours Burglary Residence Gulfstream Blvd.
Victim stated that unknown suspects entered his residence by breaking a glass door at the rear of the... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - July 18, 2017

17-040398 1458 hours Stolen Vehicle 650 N. Congress Ave (Target).
Victim stated that a white female (assumed to be a prostitute), approx. 19-20 years of age going by the name “Cat,” stole his 2016 Chevy Malibu FL tag Y57EBB. Keys are with the vehicle. Vehicle was entered into FCIC/NCIC.
17-040477 2133 hours Shots Fired 1900 N. Seacrest Blvd. (Ezell Hester... Click to View

Boynton Brefing - July 11, 2017

17-038866 Overdose non-fatal 40 Via De Casas Norte 1521 hrs
17-03888 Stolen Auto 8682 Crown Dr #453 1627 hrs
Victim advised sometime between 7/9/2017 2100hrs and 7/10/2017 0800hrs unknown person(s) stole her gray 2010 Toyota Yaris Fl tag YY28S. Vehicle entered in F/NCIC
17-038902 Arrest- Affray 3001 Ocean Parkway 1835 hrs
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Boynton Briefing - July 6, 2017

17-37741 OD/not fatal
17-37723 Disorderly Conduct 2240 N Federal Hwy 1714hrs
Officers responded to Intracoastal Park in reference to a disturbance. Officers’ investigation developed probable cause for the arrest of Kristean Donahue. Donahue was igniting fireworks and exposing herself to other park visitors. Donahue was arrested and... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - July 3-5, 2017

17-037567 Vehicle Accident – DUI arrest Boynton Bch & Seacrest 2156 hours
Officers responded to a vehicle crash at the intersection involving a Gray Mazda and a Silver Honda. Following the crash investigation, Officer Castro initiated a DUI investigation which resulted in the arrest of the operator of the Honda. The defendant was medically cleared and t.o.t Palm Beach... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - June 27-29, 2017

17-036216 1450 hours Grand Theft/ Fleeing and Eluding 1901 N. Congress Ave.
Officers responded to the above address in reference to a retail theft. Arriving officers spotted the suspect’s vehicle leaving the scene. The vehicle initially refused to stop as the suspects attempted to conceal items. A traffic stop was conducted in the area behind Michaels. While taking the driver... Click to View

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