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PBSO Marine and Aviation Unit worked together to save a life.

TEAMWORK PAID OFF TODAY. PBSO Marine and Aviation Unit worked together to save a life.

Just before 2 am this morning, deputies from the Marine Unit were dispatched to a “man overboard” call 5 miles east of the Boynton Beach Inlet. Once they arrived and spoke with the complainant deputies learned a male occupant either jumped or fell from the vessel. PBSO Eagle helicopter was requested. The pilot located the male swimming 1 ½ miles from where the vessel was […]

Deputies Locate Suspect Wanted for Early Morning Home Invasion.

Two male suspects dressed in tactical/swat gear forced their way into a residence in the 17300 block of 72nd Rd North, Loxahatchee. Both males had gloves and masks and were armed with handguns. During the incident, the homeowner retuned home and confronted the suspects. The suspects took off and the homeowner followed them. The homeowner called 911 and advised dispatch where the suspects were headed. Road Patrol deputies and the helicopter were able to locate the suspect’s vehicle and […]

The Passing of PBSO K-9 “Kenzo”

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of PBSO K-9 “Kenzo”. He served heroically from 2006-2013 and was responsible for countless felony apprehensions, one of which K-9 Kenzo sustained a gunshot wound while apprehending a murder suspect. On June 4, 2012, K9 Kenzo located the suspect hiding and ready to ambush deputies. K9 Kenzo drew the suspect’s attention away from approaching deputies resulting in him being shot twice by the suspect before deputies could return fire.

As […]

Victim of Stolen Bicycle is Surprised By An Act of Kindness By Deputies

Deputies made a positive difference in a victims life today.  Mr. Clinton Hamilton is 72 years old and does not drive.  He relies on his bicycle to get him to and from his job at Crestwood Middle School.  When deputies learned he was a victim of a stolen bicycle they bought him a new bike, helmet and chain.  He could not believe the kindness!

 

PBSO Deputy Thanks Young Supporter

“If you know my boy Jack, you know he loves law enforcement. He’s made it his mission to thank as many LEOs as he can and genuinely feels proud when he gets a smile or “thank you” in return. As you know, Jack has autism and this disability makes it so difficult for him to connect with other people. The fact that he approaches cops, initiates & engages in conversation is a tremendous accomplishment.

There are some officers who have […]

PBSO Deputy Caught Praying With The Community

“I was at a nail shop in a plaza by wal-mart on 441 and belvedere and there was an accident that happened in the plaza where a older gentleman crashed into the bagel place … After the officer help him and made sure the gentleman was okay he walked back to his motorcycle him and the young man were having a conversation and out of nowhere this lady walked over and asked them to pray with out hesitation they […]

PBSO Honor Guard Attend Funerals in Baton Rouge

PBSO Honor Guard members attended the fallen law enforcement officers’ funerals in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Thousands of law enforcement officers from across the country and Canada gathered in Baton Rouge to honor the fallen heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice. There was a show of overwhelming support for these brave men that came from the community in which they served. Although the mood was somber, many residents gave their condolences and thanked those in uniform with handshakes, prayers and hugs.

Fellow […]

A Letter of Gratitude

“Dear Sheriff Bradshaw

I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to your fellow sheriffs, Brian and Denise.

They were spotted by my children near our neighborhood and graciously came to my home to visit with my sweet mom. My mother lives with us and she suffers from Alzheimer’s. She’s only 71 years old and already she requires assistance for everything. She cannot say much as all her words are jumbled, but when she does, she will mention her childhood horse […]

PBSO Helps With Smoke Detectors

All in the name of safety. The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office teamed up with The American Red Cross, The United Way, and Palm Beach County Fire Rescue to install free smoke detectors for residents in Sand and Sea Village in Boynton Beach, Florida.