District 1

Missing Person – Bracco Esteban Minaya

The Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office is attempting to locate the below missing person. Bracco was reported missing on March 12th and last seen on foot with unknown clothing description on March 8th at 2:36 p.m. near Gun Club Road in West Palm Beach, FL. His direction of travel is unknown at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Jarrod Foster at FosterJ@pbso.org

DOB: 06/13/1996

Height: 5’6″

Weight: 143 lbs

Hair: Brown, Eyes: brown

Tattoo on […]


Brightline Train

On March 9th, 2023, just before 3:00 pm, we responded to a collision involving a Brightline train and a vehicle at Washington Ave and S. Dixie Highway. Sadly, the driver of the vehicle, a man born in 1944, ignored the crossing gates and was hit by the southbound train.

We want to take a moment to remind everyone about the importance of obeying traffic signals, including those at railroad crossings. Not doing so can lead to severe injury or even […]


Can you identify us?

You were caught on camera, now let’s talk.

Three suspects entered Whole Foods and distracted an elderly victim to steal from her. The woman in white talked to the victim, while the one in the black shirt took her wallet from her purse. Then, all three left the store together. The suspects then went shopping at a local Walmart and spent over $500 with the victim’s credit card. Help us identify them.


License Suspended?

You can now get back on the road with Operation Green Light. From March 13th-17th, the collection agency fees are waived for overdue tickets and court fines. Take advantage of this initiative to get back on the road. For more details, check the flyer below.


Missing Person – Melissa Lois Stoffle

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to locate a missing person. Melissa was reported missing on February 25th and last seen on January 26th at midnight near the downtown West Palm Beach area. Her clothing description, direction and mode of travel are unknown at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Jarrod Foster at FosterJ@pbso.org


ATV Statute

Each year, we respond to various ATV-related incidents, some fatal. We understand that seeing us on ATVs might create confusion. However, the FSS 316.2074 states that “an ATV may be used by law enforcement officers on public roads while in the course & scope of their duties.” The FSS 316.2123 says an ATV may be operated during the daytime. However, the County opted out of that statute, by a majority vote, as it is possible. We hope this clarifies […]