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Rough Times, Kind Deputy

Our road patrol deputies responded to a shoplifting in progress at a local Supermarket. The suspect, a young mother named Alicia, got out of the store and made it home before our Street Team Deputy Thomas San Filippo located her. Alicia had stolen two boxes of diapers, sippy bottles, two toy cars, and a doll.
She explained to us that she has been down on her luck and recently had to move in with her mom. She can no longer […]

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Free Shoes Giveaway

Free Shoes Giveaway

Since the beginning of the year, we have identified over 30 single mothers in need of shoes for themselves and their kids. So this weekend, we hosted a Free Shoes Giveaway event & brought the FUN Mobile for the kids.
 

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Thanks Coach T

Thanks Coach T!

In honor of Black History Month PBSO would like to recognize…
Deputy Kenneth Torrence, mostly known by the community as “Coach T” who has been serving Palm Beach County for 29 years. When he’s not mentoring the youth in our community, he’s feeding families in need or spreading hope and joy to everyone he comes across. Coach T, you make us very #PBSOproud.
 

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Cold Weather Shelter tonight in Belle Glade

Cold Weather Shelter

It’s cold (at least for us). Due to the lower temps, the county is opening a Cold Weather Shelter in Belle Glade. The shelter will be open at 7:00 pm today, February 3, and will close at 7:00 am tomorrow Feb. 4 at Belle Glade Intake Assessment Center: 341 NW 11th St., Belle Glade.
 

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New year, new shoes

The difference a pair of new shoes can make!
We partnered with our friends from In Jacob’s Shoes to bring shoes and happiness to these group of kids from North Grade Elementary School.
Many of these families have been affected economically by this pandemic. Make 2021 the year of selflessness.

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We help Alan fix his bike

It Takes a Village

Remember Alan? Alan’s bikes broke on Sunday. So he called Deputy Carseni and asked if she could help. So she did! Deputy Carseni took it to Village Bike Shop where they were able to fix it, so Alan can continue to use it to go to work.
(see our first story on Alan here)
 
 

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