Apopka Burglary Report

Apopka Burglary Report: Week Ending – 10/9/2017

The Apopka Burglary Report for the week 10/2/2017 – 10/9/2017 shows 18 burglaries reported in the City of Apopka.

Five residential burglaries were reported at the 600 block of OLEARY CT, the 400 block of E MAIN ST, the 900 block of DEKLEVA DR, the 500 block of BREEZY OAK WAY, and the 1300 block of EDISON TREE RD.

13 vehicle burglaries were reported at the 1700 block of COUNTRY TERRACE LN, the 1600 block of S ORANGE BLOSSOM TRL, the 2200 block of  E SEMORAN BLVD, the 700 block of LAKE DOE BLVD, the 1000 block of PIEDMONT OAKS DR, the 1200 block of LAKE BLUE CIR, the 2400 block of DEERMEADOW DR, the 2100 block of WEKIWA OAKS DR, the 300 block of E 1ST ST, the 1100 block of DUNBRIDGE ST, the 300 block of E MAIN ST, the 900 block of SEBURN RD, and the 2000 block of CORDAVILLE PL.

No burglaries were reported at businesses.

Chief Michael McKinley, of the APD, tells us that many vehicle burglaries could have been prevented if everyone remembers to do just two things:

  1. Remove all valuables from your vehicle
  2. Lock your car doors

The breakdown of the burglaries reported to the Apopka Police Department last week:

  • 0 – Business
  • 5 – Residential
  • 13 – Vehicle

3 COMMENTS

  1. It is not too comforting to log onto the Apopka Burglary Report for the week, and see that your own street has had a residential burglary. The house next door to us, in fact, which we had seen the police there a few days back, and wondered what was going on, but did nose into their business. We have talked to other neighbors on our street, and now know that another burglary happened about a week ago too, on the end of our street, when someone pried open a window to get in. Also, a few weeks ago, there was a burglary on the street behind our house, and that burglary was listed on the Apopka Burglary Report here on the Apopka Voice too. Like I said awhile back, on the Apopka Voice here, I never see the Apopka Police patrolling this street. I only see them, when someone calls them out, and it is after the fact. They used to patrol this street a lot. Why not now?

  2. Plus last year the house across from us was broken into also. I am going to tell all of our neighbors so they will be aware. I think it is the same person doing these break-ins.

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