COCONUT CREEK POLICE DEPARTMENT
Amber Alert issued for missing infant out of Coconut Creek
COCONUT CREEK, Fla. The Coconut Creek Police Department issued an Amber Alert for a missing two-week-old child early Monday evening. According to police, officers were dispatched at 2:30 p.m. to the 4900 block of Fishermans Drive to investigate a domestic dispute. Witnesses told investigators the suspect was seen hitting and shaking the child as he was running away from the scene. According to police, at this point, the investigation has determined Garcia took an Uber with the child to Oakland Park. Also, anyone with information that might help investigators, please call the Coconut Creek Police Department at 954-973-6700.
Dramatic video captures helicopter rescue after crash in Coconut Creek
COCONUT CREEK, Fla. – A helicopter pilot working with a crew on a project in Tradewinds Park had to be rescued from a heavily wooded area after the chopper crashed Thursday. Here's a look at the work the chopper was doing this morning before it crashed in the south end of Tradewinds Park. The Coconut Creek Police said that the helicopter pilot was part of a county crew that was restoring a drainage system in Tradewinds Park. The Broward Sheriff’s Office Fire Department Technical Rescue Team and Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Air Rescue North were able to hoist the injured pilot from the crash site and he was then transport to a local hospital. Coconut Creek police said the helicopter pilot suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Love triangle at center of double murder in Coconut Creek
COCONUT CREEK, Fla. - While she was a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Hannah Bonta played for the varsity softball team. She was working on her dream at Florida Atlantic University, while living with her mother, Jan Kirkland, and Newman in a peaceful Coconut Creek neighborhood. Coconut Creek Police Department Chief Albert Arenal said Officer Andrew Renna responded a minute after the first 911 call. Margate Coconut Creek Fire Rescue took both Renna and Newman to Broward Health North where they remain on Sunday afternoon. Jason Roseman, who has a history of domestic violence, was arrested for murder and attempted murder in a domestic violence incident on Saturday in Coconut Creek.
Coconut Creek shooter leaves 2 dead, 2 injured, including officer, police say
COCONUT CREEK, Fla. - The accused shooter who left two people dead and two injured -- including a police officer -- Saturday morning in Coconut Creek has a history of domestic violence, records show. Coconut Creek Police Department Chief Albert Arenal said the shooter, whom detectives identified as Jason Roseman, surrendered after the shooting. Officers said it was a difficult crime scene that required the cooperation of other law enforcement agencies. WPLG Authorities are investigating a shooting in Coconut Creek that left two dead and three injured including a police officer. A tearful woman who was talking to detectives outside of the crime scene collapsed in shock on Saturday afternoon at the crime scene, saying "Oh my God!"
Coconut Creek shooting leaves 2 dead, 3 injured -- including police officer
A shooting left two people dead and three people injured -- including a police officer -- on Saturday morning in Coconut Creek. According to the Coconut Creek Police Department, the shooting was in the area of 4200 NW 57th Drive, south of the Sawgrass Expressway, also known as Interstate 869. Officers arrested one suspect. This is a developing story. Copyright 2019 by WPLG Local10.com - All rights reserved.