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HomeMy Public PortalAboutLTC 031-2017 Bal Harbour Police Department Weekly Report for the period of February 3, 2017 through February 9, 2017BAL HARBOUR - VILLAGE - OFFICE OF THE VILLAGE MANAGER LETTER TO COUNCIL NO. 030-201 7 To: Mayor Gabriel Groisman and Members of the Village Council From: Jorge M. Gonzalez, Village Manager Date: February 10, 2017 Subject: Bal Harbour Police Department Weekly Report for the period of February 3, 2017 through February 9, 2017 The purpose of this Letter to Council (LTC) is to transmit to you a Weekly Report from the Bal Harbour Police Department that I requested in order to enhance the flow of communication and transparency. Should you have any questions or require additional information, please feel free to call the Captain or me directly. JMG/MdIR BAL HARBOUR POLICE DEPARTMENT MIGUEL DE LA ROSA Acting Chief of Police Weekly Summary Report Week of Friday, February 03 — Thursday, February 09, 2017 Calls for Service Reports Arrests Code Enforcement Traffm Enforcement Primary 114 Incident 42 Felony 01 Warning 02 Citations 30 Back Up Outside Agency 04 Crash 08 Misdemeanor Includes Traffic 02 Notice 00 Warnings 37 Total 118 Total 50 Total 03 Total 02 Parking 11 Total 78 Weekly Marine Patrol Enforcement Stops 07 Contacts 05 AOA 00 Reports 00 Cit's 01 Warn's 3 Collins Avenue Traffic Enforcement Initiatives Citations 29 Warnings 34 Traffic Enforcement Details Day Date Location / Detail Type Citations Warnings Friday 02/03/17 Radar Enforcement on Collins Avenue 00 00 9700 Collins Avenue / Shops Illegal Right Turns 00 00 North Lot / Frontage Road 00 00 North Lot Parking Enforcement 02 00 Residential 20 MPH is Plenty AM & PM Details 00 00 Harding Avenue & 96 Street / Crosswalk 00 00 All other Collins Avenue Enforcement Results 07 03 Day Date Location / Detail Type Citations Warnings Saturday 02/04/17 Radar Enforcement on Collins Avenue 04 01 9700 Collins Avenue / Shops Illegal Right Turns 00 00 North Lot / Frontage Road 00 00 North Lot Parking Enforcement 05 00 Residential 20 MPH is Plenty AM & PM Details 00 00 Harding Avenue & 96 Street / Crosswalk 00 01 All other Collins Avenue Enforcement Results 01 00 BAL HARBOUR POLICE DEPARTMENT MIGUEL DE LA ROSA Acting Chief of Police Weekly Summary Report Day Date Location / Detail Type Citations Warnings Sunday 02/05/17 Radar Enforcement on Collins Avenue 03 00 9700 Collins Avenue / Shops Illegal Right Turns 00 00 North Lot / Frontage Road 00 00 North Lot Parking Enforcement 03 00 Residential 20 MPH is Plenty AM & PM Details 00 00 Harding Avenue & 96 Street / Crosswalk 02 _ 00 All other Collins Avenue Enforcement Results 03 04 Day Date Location / Detail Type Citations Warnings Monday 02/06/17 Radar Enforcement on Collins Avenue 00 00 9700 Collins Avenue / Shops Illegal Right Turns 00 02 North Lot / Frontage Road 00 00 North Lot Parking Enforcement 00 00 Residential 20 MPH is Plenty AM & PM Details 00 00 Harding Avenue & 96 Street / Crosswalk 00 00 All other Collins Avenue Enforcement Results 02 07 Day Date Location / Detail Type Citations Warnings Tuesday 02/07/17 Radar Enforcement on Collins Avenue 00 00 9700 Collins Avenue / Shops Illegal Right Turns 00 02 North Lot / Frontage Road 00 00 North Lot Parking Enforcement 00 - ---- - ----- 00 Residential 20 MPH is Plenty AM & PM Details 00 00 Harding Avenue & 96 Street / Crosswalk 00 00 All other Collins Avenue Enforcement Results 04 07 Day Date Location / Detail Type Citations Warnings Wednesday 02/08/17 Radar Enforcement on Collins Avenue 00 00 9700 Collins Avenue / Shops Illegal Right Turns 01 03 North Lot / Frontage Road 00 00 North Lot Parking Enforcement 00 00 Residential 20 MPH is Plenty AM & PM Details 00 00 Harding Avenue & 96 Street / Crosswalk 00 00 All other Collins Avenue Enforcement Results 00 00 Day Date Location / Detail Type Citations Warnings Thursday 02/09/17 Radar Enforcement on Collins Avenue 00 00 9700 Collins Avenue / Shops Illegal Right Turns 01 03 North Lot / Frontage Road 00 00 North Lot Parking Enforcement 00 00 Residential 20 MPH is Plenty AM & PM Details 00 01 Harding Avenue & 96 Street / Crosswalk 00 00 All other Collins Avenue Enforcement Results 02 00 2 Comments: BAL HARBOUR POLICE DEPARTMENT MIGUEL DE LA ROSA Acting Chief of Police Weekly Summary Report Weekly Code Enforcement Efforts The code enforcement unit issued one warning within the gated community this week for the maintenance and appearance of a construction site. There was also a warning issued to the restaurant located within the Carlton Terrace property for advertising their services to the public. Noteworthy Incidents / Arrests Date Incident Type Location 02/04/17 Fishing Violation 10295 Collins Avenue (Jetty) Comments: Bal Harbour received information regarding a male standing on the Sea Wall near the entrance of the Jetty fishing. Officers arrived and were unable to locate the male. Witnesses in the area stated the individual left the area prior to police arrival. No injuries or damages were reported. Date Incident Type Location 02/04/17 Damaged Property 10295 Collins Avenue (Jetty) Comments: While conducting a mandatory area check of the North Lot, a Bal Harbour officer discovered the bollard at the entrance of the jetty was damaged. Security cameras from the Ritz Carlton Hotel revealed a male driving a red vehicle back into the bollard causing it to detach from the stationary base. The driver was able to maneuver his vehicle from the damaged bollard and flee the area. Officers secured the entrance with visible traffic cones and notified Public Works of the damages. Date Incident Type Location 02/04/17 Theft 9700 Collins Avenue (Makoto) Comments: Officers were called to the Makoto Restaurant regarding the theft of a purse. The victim advised the officers that while sitting at the outdoor dining area someone removed her purse from her seatback. Surveillance footage revealed that a white male removed the purse from the chair and fled the area. The description was provided to Bal Harbour Shops security personnel and officers conducted an area canvass in a search for witnesses. The incident will be followed up by the detective bureau. BAL HARBOUR POLICE DEPARTMENT MIGUEL DE LA ROSA Acting Chief of Police Weekly Summary Report �� HAR p Date Incident Type Location 02/04/17 DUI Arrest 10200 Collins Avenue Comments: While patrolling the Collins Avenue corridor, a Bal Harbour police officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that committed a traffic infraction. When the officer approached the vehicle, he detected an odor of alcohol on the driver's person. The officer administered a series of Field Sobriety Tests and the driver was subsequently arrested for DUI and transported to Jail. Date Incident Type Location 02/04/17 Drug Arrest 9910 Collins Avenue Comments: While conducting a mandatory check of the North Municipal Lot, a Bal Harbour police officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle that violated a state traffic law, when the officer approached the driver, he detected an odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle. Further investigation revealed the driver was in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The driver was arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana and released on scene on a Promise to Appear (PTA) in court. Date Incident Type Location 02/06/14 Traffic Incident 10200 Collins Avenue Comments: While conducting radar enforcement on Collins Avenue, a Bal Harbour police officer observed a vehicle travelling south on Collins Avenue at a high rate of speed. When the driver of the vehicle noticed the officer, he abruptly applied the brakes, almost losing control of his vehicle. The officer initiated a traffic stop; issued a criminal citation for reckless driving and his vehicle was towed from the scene. Date Incident Type Location 02/07/2017 Homeless Person 10100 Block Collins Avenue Comments: While on routine patrol, a Bal Harbour Officer observed a homeless male in the area. Officers offered assistance however the male refused. A nationwide check revealed the male had no active warrants. The male boarded a Miami Dade County Bus and left the area Date Incident Type Location 02/09/2017 Assist Other Agency 10200 Blk. West Bay Harbor Drive Comments: The Bay Harbor Islands Police Department requested assistance due to several suspects that had fled from a stolen vehicle. Police Officers from our agency provided assistance and two of the four suspects were apprehended in the area. Comp'(eted by: Miguel De La Rosa, Acting Chief of Police Date: February 10, 2017 4