Crime & Safety

Father Angry that Man Charged in Rape of his 11 Year-old Daughter Out On Bail

Father Angry that Man Charged in Rape of his 11 Year-old Daughter Out On Bail

“I copied his Facebook page after the incident, and by the way; that’s how I found him,” said Martin. “His whole life is who he’s going to screw next. He’s all about getting sex with as many women as possible and he doesn’t seem to care who they are. He has absolutely no respect for women and puts them down and makes fun of them throughout his Facebook page……

A Message from Sheriff Scott Israel: Our Youth, Our Future, Our Responsibility

A Message from Sheriff Scott Israel: Our Youth, Our Future, Our Responsibility

As the sheriff of Broward County, I made a commitment to the public that the Broward Sheriff’s Office would make it a priority to keep our kids in school and out of jail. In one of my first staff meetings with my new administration, we discussed the topic of juvenile civil citations. During the discussion, I began looking through youth arrest records and came across a name I recognized. It was one of the players I coached in football. Because his crime was a misdemeanor, he could have been eligible for a diversion program, which would have kept his name out of the courts and off the record. Unfortunately, he had been arrested instead.

Facebook Transaction Turns into a Face-to-Face Armed Robbery

Facebook Transaction Turns into a Face-to-Face Armed Robbery

Coral Springs Police have arrested two individuals for an armed robbery that occurred at 711 Riverside Drive.

On Tuesday, a juvenile victim, 17, approached several Coral Springs Motor Officers who were conducting training at the Coral Square Mall and reported he had just been the victim of an armed robbery. The victim stated that he arranged on Facebook to sell an iPhone 4 to two individuals later identified as Deandre Chambers, 24, of Lauderhill and Marc Jean, 17, of Coral Springs.

Tamarac Corruption Trial: Fifty Shades of Green

Tamarac Corruption Trial: Fifty Shades of Green

Today, while sitting in court, I reminisced about the 2nd day of jury selection. That’s when a couple of jurors were excused because they believed that they couldn’t be fair when dealing with older adults.

Patte Atkins-Grad is no longer the redhead that she was when she was a Tamarac city commissioner. She stopped coloring her hair, and now her hair is mostly gray with some dark colors underneath.