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                       Interesting Information

A story was going around that 2 unknown white males were hanging out behind a house on 68th St. looking over an A/C unit. Someone named Steve called police dispatch and was told by the dispatcher that there was nothing they could do as Steve wasn't the owner of the house.  Elaine , Russ and myself followed up with police chief Dan Watson.  Unfortunately neither Elaine Russ or myself contacted Steve to verify this story before contacting the police. We and hopefully everyone will get all facts BEFORE contacting the police.
Below is actually what happen per police records. there is also a second report of a theft in CCP.  You will notice both reports are from 2012. 

The following information was retrieved from Margate’s Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) data. All recorded conversations from that time period (2 years ago) are no longer available. 
On September 22, 2012, an unknown caller advised Margate Dispatch that they observed 2 W/M’s taking apart an A/C unit at a residence in Coral Cay Plantation. The caller stated that that when the owner of the residence came home the W/M’s left in a white truck toward the front of the development. Officers were dispatched (suspicious person/vehicle call), but were unable to locate the truck or the residence, due to the caller not leaving any contact information.

On September 24, 2012, Sylvia Caputo called Margate Dispatch to report the theft of the copper coil from the A/C Unit at 6804 NW 29th Street in Coal Cay Plantation. Caputo is the caretaker for the residence while the owner, Joseph Tremblay, is away for six months out of the year.  Officer Michael Cecere responded and completed an incident report (case #12-006111). The case was assigned to Detective Wade Broesamle, who completed a thorough investigation, but was unable to locate the white truck or identify the W/M’s responsible for the theft. It does not appear that anything was done inappropriately and all avenues of investigation were exhausted. This case occurred while we were still operating with our own dispatch center and it had nothing to do with the current North Regional Communication Center. 

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