Louis Vuitton items stolen in car break-in – Parkland Talk
By Kevin Deutsch
Through our joint efforts with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to share updates with residents, here is a summary of crimes and more Park incidents until September 26, 2022.
End of the trails
On 9/23/22, a victim returned to his vehicle and discovered that the driver’s side passenger side rear window had been smashed. She alleged that the missing items were her light brown handbag which was on the floor behind the passenger seat. The purse contained her Louis Vuitton wallet, FL driver’s license, US and Haitian passport, 1 debit card, 5 credit cards, a gold rosary with jade stone and 2 designer sunglasses (Ray Ban and Louis Vuitton), a total loss of $4,280.
Retail theft/ Shoplifting
On 9/20/2022, a store was the victim of a retail theft. A new model dark blue or purple Nissan Sentra was the car used by the suspect. The suspect entered the store and stole a JBL Party Box 310 speaker worth $550.
On 09/21/2022, report of a suspicious vehicle in the rear parking lot near a daycare. The vehicle had left on arrival and not located.
One person was the victim of Theft – All Others on 09/21/2022. A resident discovered that a bag containing a variety of jewelry was missing from its normal location. Early. East. Loss: $1,450.
On 09/21/2022, an unknown suspect entered an unsecured house under construction. Once inside, the suspect removed 50 pieces of plywood without permission. Total valued at $3,000.
Threat Assessment Report
On 9/21/2022, school resource assistants met with a school employee at the school’s “one-stop” office regarding a parent who became angry when asked to produce identification before the school can release a child to the parent. The parent made a comment that the school employee deemed threatening. The parent was able to produce identification that the school employee deemed acceptable, and the parent left the school with his son without further incident.
Path to the Isle of Pines.
On 9/23/2022, a student was scribbling inappropriate things in his notebook. A behavioral threat assessment of students was completed.
No arrests reported
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Kevin Deutsch is an award-winning crime reporter and author. A graduate of Florida International University, Kevin has worked on the staff of the Miami Herald, New York Daily News and Palm Beach Post.