The 19-year old of Palm Springs ADMITTED committing numerous vehicle burglaries in the Village of Wellington from June 15, 2017 to July 14, 2017.
He is currently in his new home, in the Palm Beach County Jail on numerous charges.
Who remembers the shooting back in May, in unincorporated West Palm Beach (4600 block of Gardenette Road)? Apparently, this was a fight that got out of control.
The victim ended up being transported to the hospital with a gunshot wound. After further investigation, we were able to locate the suspect, Kenneth A. Murph, and arrested him today for Attempted First Degree Murder (Firearm) and Armed Robbery (Firearm). Keep them coming, team!
Although we are honored to be an example to follow, this crossed the line.
On Sunday, we spotted a suspicious black & white (police style) vehicle driving near Lake Avenue and North Dixie Highway. The man turned on a police-style siren and spotlight behind another vehicle, attempting to pull the vehicle over.
The deputy witnessed this vehicle with the word POLICE in large letters on the trunk. Our deputy immediate became suspicious and initiated a traffic stop on the police-style vehicle.
Agents BUST Sammie Wells Jr. and SEIZE Heroin, Marijuana and Ammunition
After an ongoing investigation, agents from PBSO’s Narcotics Division served a search warrant at a home located in the 1200 block of 14th Street, Lake Worth.
What they found was: 31-year old Sammie Wells Jr., a known drug offender. Numerous drugs and ammunition were seized and Sammie Wells Jr. was taken to the Palm Beach County Jail on ten drug-related charges.
BUSTED for stealing some white Kicks. Zeandre Kirlew will now be wearing crocks in our Jail.
The victim placed an ad on the cell phone app “OfferUp” selling a pair of white Nike sneakers. The suspect and victim arranged to meet at a local development clubhouse. The victim and suspect spoke briefly, the suspect tried on the shoes and agreed to purchase the sneakers. The suspect walked back to his car as if he were going to get the money […]
PBSO, Jupiter PD & DEA Focused on Narcotics Dealers Associated with Drug Overdose Cases in North Palm Beach County.
On May 15, 2017, members of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division met with members of the Jupiter Police Department’s Narcotics Unit to discuss the increased number of overdoses which had recently occurred in the Town of Jupiter. Several overdose investigations as well as intelligence gathered from confidential informants revealed the source of illegal drugs resulting in the overdoses […]
This suspect was observed breaking the window of the Metro PCS store to gain entry inside.
Once inside, he helped himself to multiple boxes of merchandise.
He was later located in the school parking lot of Royal Palm Beach High School in possession of the stolen merchandise.
He was immediately arrested and gave a full confession.
This incident occurred on Monday, February 13, 2017.
Metro PCS store is located on Belvedere Road and N State Road 7, Royal Palm Beach.
Walker was taken to PBC […]
It was a tough day for K9 Alex, but he got the suspect. Great Job Alex!
PBSO deputy attempted to stop for vehicle for speeding on Royal Palm Beach Blvd.
The driver pulled into parking lot then fled the scene, barely striking the deputy’s marked car placing her in fear for her safety.
The driver struck a curb at some point fleeing onto Lamstein Lane, disabling the vehicle which came to rest on Southern Blvd.
No chase occurred. The driver then ran into […]
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is releasing new information on a Violent Sexual Offender known as the “Palm Beach County Serial Rapist.”
Baltazar Gabriel Delgado Ros, (AKA by several aliases and the nickname “Hormigo”) is a Hispanic male, date of birth January 21, 1986.
Prior to his identity being known to law enforcement, he was known as “The Palm Beach County Serial Rapist.”
Delgado was formally charged with the violent attacks and sexual assaults of five women.
Summary of the 5 Investigations:
Case 1: Jupiter Police […]
We worked hard this weekend to clean up our streets from crime. “OPERATION HEAT ON THE STREETS”
9/16-16 – 9/17/16
Deputies participated in “Operation Heat on the Streets” due to a rash of crimes; burglaries, robberies, etc., occurring within several high crime areas in the north end of the county. The areas of focus included: Gramercy Park, Benoist Farms Road, Stacy Street, Limestone/Kennedy Estates, Cabana Colony, and Westgate and Okeechobee Boulevard area.
39 arrests in total were made, 18 citations, 11 criminal […]