Sheriff Scott Israel

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  • Home Invasion Robbery

    Detectives are investigating the death of an armed masked man who forced his way into a victim’s home several hours before dawn. The assailant died during their confrontation.
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  • Dania Beach Investigation

    Just before 1:30 a.m., Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the scene of a homicide-suicide near the intersection of S.W. 8 Ave. and S.W. 1 St. in Dania Beach. Homicide detectives are investigating.
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  • Oakland Park Homicide

    Homicide detectives are investigating the death of Jasmin Antee Nealy, 30, whose body was found Monday afternoon in an Oakland Park hotel.
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  • How to Stay Safe in Shooting

    Learn how to respond when a shooter is in your midst during BSO's class tomorrow night (July 26) at Fort Lauderdale High School, 1600 N.E. 4 Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
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  • Ceremony for Fire Chief, Staff

    Sheriff Scott Israel will swear in Joseph R. Fernandez as fire chief of the 700-plus member Department of Fire Rescue and Emergency Services on July 26. Sheriff Israel will also promote five others from the command staff.
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  • Get a Free Ice Cream, Meet BSO

    This Saturday (July 23), bring the kids to meet the men and women of Broward Sheriff's Office during our Scoops with BSO's Troops in Dania Beach.
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  • ARMED ROBBER

    An unidentified man robbed a convenience store at gunpoint while wearing a hoodie with an elaborate grey Aztec pattern. Detectives are searching for the dangerous dapper dresser who drove away in an equally distinct bright blue four-door sedan.
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  • Unidentified Woman Found Dead

    Early Tuesday morning, maintenance workers at an industrial park found the body of an unidentified female. Homicide detectives are asking for anyone who was in the area to come forward with any information relevant to the homicide investigation.
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  • Two Men Sought in Homicide

    Having identified the person of interest and witness in the case, Broward Sheriff’s Office Homicide Unit detectives are asking for the public’s help in locating the two men seen inside a white four-door sedan.
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  • Search For Armed Robber

    Monday evening, two men dressed in black entered the Family Dollar store at 2901 W. Oakland Park Blvd., held two employees at gunpoint and raided the store’s register. The same gunman robbed a Deerfield Beach restaurant two days earlier.
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  • Escape Accomplices Arrested

    Following hours of dogged investigation, Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives have arrested four people who helped inmate and murder suspect Dayonte Resiles escape from the Broward County Courthouse on July 15.
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  • Summer Schedule

    if you have a firearm in your home, Sheriff Israel and the Broward Sheriff's Office want to help keep you and your family safer and avoid a possible tragedy. Great responsibility comes with owning a handgun.
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  • 2016/2017 Schedule

    The Shred-A-Thon provides residents with a safe way to dispose of their personal documents, check stubs, credit card offers, receipts and any other paperwork that contains sensitive information. The service is free of charge.
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  • Stay Safe!

    Hurricane season in Florida runs June 1 through November 30, with the peak activity period beginning in mid-August and continuing through mid-October. It's not unusual to see storms developing early and late in the season, as evidenced by Hurricane Wilma.
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