Shawn Day and his pal Patrick Webster pulled into the parking lot of the Budget Inn at 1600 N. Federal Hwy. in a 1995 Mitsubishi. As they did, cops noticed that they might be up to no good. And the cops were right. The area is known as a busy place to buy and sell drugs. As a woman walked up to t ... More >>
Delray Beach Police were called when a man was seen running around his neighborhood, and throwing random things out of his house into his outside plants. Among the things the man threw at the outside plants: a ladder, a CO2 tank, and some credit cards. Also, the outside plants were marijuana. Als ... More >>
We've got a twofer of animal stories out of Palm Beach County. The first is from Delray Beach: According to police, two men tried to break into a house on Swinton Avenue on May 17 by chucking a brick through a window but fled when they discovered the windows were hurricane glass and therefore not re ... More >>
The Charlie Sheen media machine just keeps running -- and it says a whole lot more about the media than it does Charlie Sheen. Answer to the Sun-Sentinel's question: None of the above. (He's a crackhead.)When a rambling Hollywood drug addict can dominate national and, at times, local n ... More >>
We all know the danger's of drinking and driving, but drinking and walking?Next time you're out and about in Delray Beach, make sure you're not us unlucky as 25-year-old Reynaldo Arturo Mendez Torres. Torres was fatally struck by a train early Tuesday morning near Railroad Avenue in the are ... More >>
Roldry Philia, a 34-year-old Delray Beach Police officer, was arrested late last night on charges of beating his wife. The probable cause affidavit released by the Boynton Beach Police Department does not mention the name of Philia's wife, just that she's 24 years old. She told police that she'd bee ... More >>
For a couple of Delray padres, the high life allegedly got in the way of their priestly duties
Friendly law enforcement officers become the weapons of rival destruction in the gypsy tribal wars
Should Local Buyers Watch Out for "Katrina Cars" ?
In Delray Beach, cops have a remarkable history of shooting black suspects with impunity
More than four years after a Delray Beach cop gave him a body full of bruises and a face full of pepper spray, a local doctor is still seeking justice
For years private detective Virginia Snyder has accused the Delray Beach police of corruption. Now she's taking them to court.