PBSO Sergeant saves lost puppy from impending traffic.

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Today around noon, Sergeant Schwab Located this puppy walking in the roadway around 60th Road N and the 441 Extension. The puppy seems to be a lost pet, he was scared and running in traffic. We are seeking owner of pet. If you have any information who the owner is, please let us know.
Any information would be helpful.

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PBSO Team First TEnnis Round Robin 030

Police Athletic Team (PAL) First Tennis Event

On March 7, 2015, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Police Athletic League (PBSO-PAL) and TEAM First Tennis Program held a day of tennis with all five PBSO/PAL sites at the Mitch Gornto Tennis Center in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Children from all over Palm Beach County came to play a game of round robin with other PAL kids. This was the first time for many of the kids to meet each other and show off their tennis skills. The […]


Hero of the Week 3/2

It was a November afternoon, just after 5:30 pm, D/S Jeffrey Yerian had just finished working his shift . D/S Yerian was traveling North on I 95 and after a short distance of driving he was flagged down by a stopped motorist just south of the Palm Beach canal. The motorist pointed towards an embankment roughly 50 – 100 yards away. D/S Yerian noticed smoke coming from the location and tire tracks that led over an embankment.
Quickly, D/S Yerian […]


Palm Beach County Fire Rescue’s Professional Partnership Award

Deputy Sheriff Scott Levey & Deputy Sheriff Brian Fidler will be honored tonight with the Palm Beach County Fire Rescue’s Professional Partnership Award for their heroic actions during a fire.
On January 2, 2015, shortly before 5 am, D/S Scott Levey was dispatched to a vehicle fire in the Town of Lake Park. When D/S Levey arrived he found a Chevrolet Impala engulfed in flames with thick smoke coming from the undercarriage. D/S Levey was advised by a female on […]


PBSO Legoland field trip,Breaking the Cycle of Gang Recruitment

The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office took a group of students from South Grade Elementary School to LEGOLAND Florida Resort for the day. This was the conclusion of a school program where the deputies helped out  the students in their efforts to build Lego cars at school. It is hoped that when the children get older,  there will be positive results from the involvement of law enforcement in their lives.


PBSO Takes Pride in cleaning the Streets of Belle Glade

Operation Clean Streets Belle Glade – City Wide Cleanup
PBSO Takes Pride in cleaning the Streets of Belle Glade… Literally!
The Community gathered Saturday morning to clean up some areas overwhelmed with litter. Lt. Carn and Mayor Wilson, Belle Glade lead the team to clean the streets.
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PBSO MISSION: Help Pahokee Family In Need.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Division in collaboration with NOBLE, Leadership Palm Beach County, and Tripp Electric (Ashley Tripp) have collected enough items to furnish the family’s home in Pahokee, FL. The family apartment caught fire on January 2nd and everything was lost due to the fire.
There are six children (7 months – 18 years) who resided in that home. We have two truckloads and two vans with furniture, toys, clothing, televisions, and household accessories. The uniformed […]


Deputy Sheriff Brian Fidler was Honored by Governor Rick Scott with the Governor’s Heroism Award

Governor’s Heroism Award is awarded to a recipient must have distinguished himself or herself conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity, must have risked his or her life deliberately above and beyond the call of duty while performing duty in his or her respective position, and must have engaged in hazardous or perilous activities to preserve lives with the knowledge that such activities might result in great personal harm.
On June 6, 2014, at 2:00 am, D/S Brian Fidler responded to a […]


CAUGHT ON VIDEO: PBSO Deputies Spread Holiday Joy to Family White Pine Drive, Wellington

D/S Musso and R/DS Flora arranged to present a family on White Pine with a 32” flat screen television, two game systems and approximately 60 video games.
The history behind the family is that the mother has stage 4 cancer and her father who resides with them on White Pine died yesterday hours before the presentation. The husband and father of the children works in the cafeteria at Lion Country Safari. This is a prime example of a good transitional […]

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