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Coral Springs Police handled more than 30 incidents and arrests, July 28 – Aug. 3

Coral Springs, Florida – According to the Coral Springs Police Department, they responded to more than 25 incidents related to violence, abuse, lewd acts, assault, and sexual battery during the week of July 28 – Aug. 3, according to a police bulletin.
Here is the crime and incident report:

  • Robbery

– July 28, no address provided, Estimated loss: $550
– July 30, no address provided, Estimated loss: $8

  • Domestic battery

– July 28, no address provided
– July 28, no address provided
– July 29, no address provided
– July 31, no address provided
– July 31, 11400 block of NW 39 Street
– July 31, 8700 block of Forest Hills Boulevard
– Aug. 1, no address provided
– Aug. 2, NW 44 Court, Victim: woman, 49

  • Resisting/obstruction

– Aug. 2, 800 block NW123 Drive, Victim: woman, 54, Estimated loss: $120

  • Burglary with assault

– Aug. 3, 1400 block of Riverwood Lane, Victim: man, 45

  • Sexual battery

– July 29, no address provided
– July 30, no address provided

  • Suicide

– July 29, SW 1 Street

  • Death

– July 29, NW 86 Terrance, Victim: man, 87

  • Battery

– July 29, 1900 block of N. University Drive
– Aug. 2, 4200 block of NW 67 Way

  • Stalking

– July 29, Coral Springs Drive, Victim: woman, 38

  • Aggravated assault

– July 28, no address provided

  • Child abuse

– July 28, NW 40 Court
– July 29, NW 8 Court
– Aug. 3, NW 45 Street

  • Lewd or lascivious acts

– July 29, no address provided
– Aug. 1, no address provided

  • Arrests (Those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty.)

– Michael Rodriguez, 33, arrested on a charge of battery.
– Veronica Wilson, 27, arrested on a charge of robbery strongarm.
– Jordan Richardson, 22, arrested on a charge of obstructing officer without violence.
– Eliana Vicini, 18, arrested on a charge of battery.
– Alreniti Johnson, 20, arrested on a charge of battery.
– Tinotenda Muzeya, 22, arrested on a charge of disorderly intoxication.

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