By Sharon Aron Baron
Through our joint effort with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates to residents, this is a summary of crimes that occurred in Tamarac through June 22.
4900 block of Umbrella Tree Ln – Woodlands Country Cub
On June 21, the Complainant reported his dog, and he was bitten by his neighbor’s dog while outside his residence.
5751 Madison Ave – Woodspring Suites
On June 20, a known subject took the victim’s car key while he was sleeping and took his white 2004 Nissan Maxima.
5800 block of NW 57th Ave – Woodland Cove
On June 20, BSO met with the caller who advised after the police left her home that morning, she went to sleep, and her ex-husband came back into the bedroom and attacked her.
7300 block of NW 64th St – Vanguard Village
On June 21, two unknown males wearing dark hoodies and backpacks were spotted by the caller near the vehicle that was made entry to. Once the caller exited the home, she witnessed the two males run westbound on 64th St then northbound on 74th Ave.
8900 block of NW 78th – Lakeview Flats
On June 20, Tamarac Fire Rescue had to make forced entry into two apartments that were vacant at the time, during a call of smoke in the building. The property manager was on scene and given information for the City of Tamarac.
4000 W Commercial Blvd
On June 19, the female reported an unknown male damaged the hood of her vehicle as a result of a road rage incident.
7700 block of Yardley Dr – Kings Point
On June 16, the victim was given fraudulent information and scammed out of his money.
Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts
8700 block of Holly Ct – Woodlands Country Club
On June 17, an unknown suspect took two tires from two of the same model vehicles, which belonged to the same family. Area canvassed for any witnesses or video cameras, but neither could be located.
2800 W Commercial Blvd – Tamarac Lakes South
On June 17, the reporting persons advised they were HOA Board Members for the listed community, they both wanted to report a resident of the community trespassed from the community pool because he was not a registered resident and was at the pool with food, alcohol, and a dog, and became aggressive and when they attempted to ask him and his guest to leave.
6931 N Pine Island Rd – Walmart Plaza
On June 20, an older man got into a confrontation with an unknown subject, resulting in his phone being slapped out of his hand and thrown.
5751 Madison Ave – Woodspring Suites
On June 20, a disturbance occurred at the hotel after an intoxicated male disciplined a child, who was not his own. The male was confronted by others, who detained him for police.
5727 N University Dr – Dress For Less – Discount Scrubs/fashion
On June 18, two females came into the store with face masks and stole scrub uniforms from the business.
5800 block of Abbey Rd – Hampton Hills
On June 17, an unknown suspect stole the victim’s decal from the victim’s license plate
9100 block of Lancaster St – Hampton Hills
Between November 18, 2019, and June 18, 2020, an ex-employee stole funds from the association.
Theft from Building
7710 NW 71st Ct – Medical Building
Between June 12 and June 15, the victim left items in their office. Two designer bags were taken by an unknown suspect. Victim believes it was a new cleaning crew, that washed the carpets in the building.
6045 N University Dr – Family Dollar
On June 17, Manager of business issued subjects a trespass warning in my presence. BSO Trespass signage is affixed to the building, and BSO Trespass Affidavit is on file.
20 block of Spinning Wheel Ln – Shaker Village
On June 20, the victim stated that the suspect left threatening voicemails, saying, “I’m not afraid to kill you.” The victim is in fear for her life, and the process of obtaining a restraining order was explained to the victim for extra protection.
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- Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and Tamarac Talk, Coral Springs Talk, and Parkland Talk. Tamarac Talk was created in 2011 to provide News for the residents of Tamarac and is the #1 News Source for Residents.
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