Coconut Creek Police
Three of the four Coconut Creek police officers now under investigation for repeatedly Tasering an unarmed man who subsequently died in police custody, should not have been carrying Tasers on the day of the incident, according to documents obtained by CBS4 News.
Coconut Creek’s police chief resigned Wednesday, weeks after the death of a man who was in police custody.
After two weeks, Coconut Creek officials broke their silence about the death of a man who died while in police custody.
John Arendale and Bonnie Eshleman were sound asleep when the sound of a commotion outside their front door, followed by two loud, firecracker sounding pops, roused them from their bed to see what was happening.
Nearly a week after a man died in police custody, the Coconut Creek Police Department still refuses to provide any information, declaring his death “confidential.”
A woman is fortunate to be alive, after being rescued from her sinking car by two police officers Monday afternoon.
The man accused of killing his friend who didn’t want him to drive drunk has been arrested.
New details emerged in the investigation into the death of a Coconut Creek man who was killed while trying to stop a friend from driving drunk.
A reward of up to $3,000 is being offered for information that leads police to a killer. On May 6th, the body of David Brady was found in a wooded area near Atlantic Boulevard and Lyons Road in Coconut Creek.
A Coconut Creek man was arrested Tuesday for aggravated battery on the elderly.