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Two Arrested for the Murder of the Allen Twin Brothers

We have arrested these two for the monstrous murder of Twin Brothers, Brandon and Brian Allen.
Jullian Cathirell and Darin Byrd were arrested over night on a warrant for First Degree Murder of Brandon and Brian Allen (twin brothers).
Both will appear in first appearance Court this morning.
On Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 9:23 pm, Deputies were dispatched to a brush fire in the 12000 block of Beeline Highway, Palm Beach Gardens.
After the fire was extinguished by PBC Fire Rescue personnel, […]


PBSO Takes Elementary Students to LEGOLAND!

On March 16, 2017, the City of Lake Worth – District 14 Community Policing Unit with the assistance of Legoland treated 40 students from North Grade and South Grade Elementary to a fun-filled day at Legoland  in Winter Haven, Florida.
The field trip was a culmination of the hard work and effort of each student that participated in the “Breaking the Cycle of Gang Recruitment” program.
The program originated with the concept of mentoring elementary-aged children who could potentially have a high […]


PBSO Arrest Man for 1989 Killing

We are proud to announced that we solved a 27-year-old murder case.
Cold Case detectives emphasizes, “Not Giving Up!”
Today, detectives obtained an indictment charging Clarence Butler, DOB: 3/22/1955, of Pahokee, with First Degree Murder of Simmie Harris.
Simmie Harris was stabbed multiple times by Butler in his apartment between July 4, 1989 and July 5, 1989.
Butler was located, arrested and booked into the Palm Beach County jail. He will attend first appearance Friday morning.


PBSO Looking for Man Wanted for Felony Battery and Aggravated Assault on Elderly

We don’t take Elderly Abuse lightly! We identified him,but now we need your help to find him.

If you know where Raymond hangs his hat please reach out to us so we can pay him a visit.
Raymond Anthony Lee DOB: 2/16/82
After further investigation detectives identified a suspect, Raymond Anthony Lee, DOB: 2/16/82, as one of the black males who started an altercation with an elderly Hispanic male.
Lee is wanted for Felony Battery and Aggravated Assault. His whereabouts are unknown.
Anyone with information […]


PBSO Detectives are Investigating a Double Homicide

Two unidentified bodies were located in the 12000 block of Beeline Highway, Palm Beach Gardens.
Deputies were dispatched to a brush fire. After the fire was extinguished by PBC Fire Rescue personnel two unidentified bodies were located.
Detectives from the Violent Crimes Division and Crime Scene Investigators responded to the scene to investigate further.

The two bodies have not been identified. An autopsy will be performed, on both, by the Medical Examiner’s Office as well as positive identification.
This incident occurred on Wednesday, […]


Statement on the Mistrial – Sgt. Custer/Seth Adams Trail

First and foremost there are no winners in this civil trial.  The Adams Family lost a son, and Sgt. Custer and his family have endured a great deal of stress and emotional pressure.  No one wants this to happen to any Family.
It is disappointing that the jury could not reach a verdict today. Sgt. Michael Custer has worked as a law enforcement officer for approximately 24 years.  He has served this community proudly and honorably. He worked as a […]


PBSO is Proud of These Schools’ Anti-Bullying Programs

What a great time and experience we had with these amazing Elementary students.
On March 15, 2017, North Grade Elementary and South Grade Elementary concluded their Anti-Bullying Program.
The last day of the 12 week program was attended by Mrs. Sheira, a representative from the Anti-Defamation League.
She provided a presentation to both schools regarding the identification of bullying, the different types of bullying, and methods to combat the issue of bullying.
She ensured to remind the students that each one of them […]


PBSO Seeks to Identify TJ Maxx Thief

He looks happy now, but with everyone’s help we can stop him from stealing anyone else’s money!
Suspect wanted for fraudulent use of victim’s credit card number.
An unknown male entered T.J. Maxx and purchased over $900 worth of merchandise with a cloned credit card.

The suspect was identified as a black male, wearing a dark gray jacket, dark pants and a black hat with the letter “H” on the front.
This incident occurred on February 22, 2017 at 4:51 pm. T.J. Maxx […]


PBSO Celebrates National K9 Veterna’s Day

Today, we celebrate K9 Veterans, on the official birthday of US Army K9 Corps.
If anybody deserves the credit for this day is Joseph White, a retired military dog trainer, who came out with the idea to honor this day back in 1942.
We spoke to Cpl. Darrell Johnson and Deputy Peter Tapia from PBSO K9 Unit about our furry friends’ life after retirement.
Chico, for example, is a PBSO K9 detection dog assisting us with illegal substances, such as narcotics and […]