CURRENT NEWS---------Broward County Circuit Court judge Dennis D. Bailey, was caught on a “Hot Mic” making a racial statement about a black defendant that appeared before him , presiding over Broward’s First Appearance-Bond Court, Saturday June 02.---Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Avoids Meeting with Broward Judges->>>>>>>Why did the chief judge cancel?- “An implied warning for judicial “leakers” to a blog that only wants to make them look bad, and a confirmation that the Chief Justice cancelled his trip to avoid a circus after the announcement appeared on the blog.”>>>>> Chief Administrative Judge Jack Tuter said Saturday that he is telling Circuit Court Judge Merrilee Ehrlich not to return to the courthouse because of how she treated Sandra Twiggs.>>>>>Howard Finkelstein: Judge Lazarus Should Be Removed From Hearing All Future Criminal Matters-This is an update of a story we did last week about Broward County Judge Joel T. Lazarus, and the statements he made while presiding over First Appearance/Bond Court, on Friday, January 19th. Apparently it got the attention of the Broward County Public Defender, Howard Finkelstein.------Broward County judge Joel Lazarus, was caught on a “Hot Mic” fifteen minutes before he presided over Friday’s morning session of magistrate, or first appearance/bond court, stating to prosecutors: “I double the bonds, for those that take place in my neighborhood”.------------>>>>No more excuses. Now you can Register to Vote Online in Florida. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA– Register to Vote Online-The Florida Department of State today announced the upcoming launch of RegisterToVoteFlorida.gov, the state’s new online voter registration website that offers Florida residents another way to register to vote or update an existing registration that is convenient, secure and easy-to-use.>>>>>>--Read his story here------------

Stolen Goods Found on OfferUp

 

Stolen Goods Found on OfferUp

Stolen Goods Found on OfferUp-Twice this month, Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies helped residents recover items that were stolen and then put up for sale on the app OfferUp.

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On June 14, BSO’s Deerfield Beach Crime Suppression Team arrested Shawn Primus for stealing a personal watercraft. Primus had swiped a Sea-Doo GTX and posted it for sale on OfferUp. During an undercover operation, the team recovered the watercraft.

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Primus, who faces charges of grand theft and dealing in stolen property, was released on bond.

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On June 23, BSO Dania Beach detectives arrested Orlando Suarez Perez in the theft of a John Deere lawnmower. The mower had been taken a few days earlier from the carport of a Dania Beach home and was listed on OfferUp before the owner could even file an incident report.

BSO Detective Matthew Goodnow made arrangements to meet the seller at McDonald’s at 5530 S. State Road 7 in Hollywood where Perez showed up with the victim’s mower. The victim was able to confirm with “100 percent” certainty that the stolen mower was his based on distinctive markings he had documented.

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Perez, who was taken into custody by BSO Detective German Bickbau, is facing six charges including grand theft, possession of a controlled substance and driving with a suspended license. Perez was released on bond.

Reduce your chances of becoming a victim by following these safety tips

Below are some tips from the BSO to avoid becoming a victim of theft and for what to do if you do become a victim:

BUY & SELL SAFELY

· Photograph and document your valuable belongings

· Record the serial numbers

· Add or note distinctive markings or colors

· Secure your belongings at all times

HOW TO RECOVER YOUR PROPERTY

· Immediately report the theft

· Check online marketplaces and pawn shops. Some popular online shops are OfferUp, eBay and Craigslist

· Rely on law enforcement. If you see your stolen belonging online, contact BSO or your local police agency to let them safely recover the item.

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