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Highlights of Lauderhill Police Enforcement Activity – May 30, 2019

We realize that most, if not all, of our readers are upstanding, law-abiding citizens interested in staying abreast of all things in Lauderhill and ensuring that our hometown remains a great place to live, work, learn and play. In this section, we highlight our top solved crimes; not to focus on the criminal activity (unfortunately every city deals with crime), but to showcase that criminals in Lauderhill are being apprehended and brought to justice. We ask that you help us spread the word, “in Lauderhill just don’t…you will be caught.”

Highlights of Lauderhill Police Enforcement Activity – May 30, 2019

  • On April 19, 2019, a homicide was reported and members of the Lauderhill Police Criminal Investigation’s Division were quick to study the situation identifying the suspect on the same day of the shooting. The suspect, who fled the scene after the shooting and was hiding from the police, was located five days later and arrested for the murder.He is currently at the Broward County Jail awaiting judicial processing.

  • On April 27, 2019, the suspect responsible for stabbing an individual while in a nightclub in Lauderhill, fled the scene in a vehicle.Even though the suspect crossed into neighboring city jurisdictions, he was ultimately captured by Lauderhill Police Officers and arrested for Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon.The suspect is facing multiple additional charges from the Cities of Plantation and Sunrise for violations he committed while traveling through their Cities in his attempt to evade Lauderhill Police Officers.
     
  • During the month of April, CVS stores in Lauderhill and several other cities in Broward County were targeted by an armed robber. The Lauderhill Police Department, and other Broward County police agencies, formed a task force to identify and arrest the suspect.The suspect was apprehended, charged with multiple counts of Armed Robbery, and is now facing federal charges by the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.
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