Nov. 10, battery
A tenant and landlord got into a dispute over the early termination of a lease. The tenant alleged that landlord pushed him in the chest and kicked him on his lower leg.
A sheriff’s deputy sought to contact the landlord in his apartment and also attempted to contact him via landline and cell phone. The deputy was unable to locate the landlord and therefore proceeded to charge him with battery.
Nov. 12, assault
A sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to a Village bar/restaurant to investigate a reported assault. Upon arrival, the defendant was on the ground in handcuffs in the rear parking lot of the bar and was thrashing about and yelling obscenities at everyone nearby.
The defendant refused to get into the patrol car and was finally carried and placed into the back of a patrol car where he began to kick the car doors.
The manager of the establishment indicated that defendant was asked to leave the bar multiple times due to violent and erratic behavior. The defendant attempted to strike the manager and at that time was restrained until deputies arrived.
The defendant was charged with simple assault, resisting arrest, and giving a false name.
Nov. 13, theft
A sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to a store for a reported theft. The store manager indicated that a group of juveniles entered the store and one of the juveniles separated from the group, took a 12-pack of Modelo beer, and made a swift exist.
The beer was valued at $22.99. A search of the area, including the beach, was conducted but the suspect was not located.
Nov. 16, stolen vehicle
A sheriff’s deputy was dispatched at approximately 10 a.m. for report of a stolen vehicle. The victim, who was out of town, advised the deputy that the vehicle was a white Jeep Grand Cherokee which was only used by family when they were in town visiting.
Nov. 21, theft
A sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to a convenience store with respect to a theft. The manager of the store indicated that a female suspect stole two bottles of wine.
The female subject fled the store on foot north on Ocean Boulevard.
The value of the two bottles of wine was $24. The manager indicated that the store wished to pursue charges.
Victim believed the vehicle was unlocked with the keys in it. Prior to the victim’s report, the vehicle was recovered and a suspect, who was attempting to flee the stolen vehicle, was arrested.