Apopka Burglary Report: Week Ending – 9/8/2018

The Apopka Burglary Report for the week ending September 8th shows eight burglaries reported in the City of Apopka.

Chief Michael McKinley of the Apopka Police Department 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:

  • 2 – Business
  • 6 – Residential
  • 0 – Vehicle

Here is a list of the burglaries, along with their date, time, type, and location:

  DATE/TIME TYPE LOCATION
9/4/2018 2:59 AM BUSINESS 1500 BLOCK OF S ORANGE BLOSSOM TRL 
9/4/2018 9:14 AM BUSINESS 3700 BLOCK OF W KELLY PARK RD 
9/4/2018 4:41 PM RESIDENTIAL 30 BLOCK OF W 2ND ST 
9/5/2018 10:00 AM RESIDENTIAL 1800 BLOCK OF ALAMBRA CIR 
9/5/2018 5:14 PM RESIDENTIAL 20 BLOCK OF W 7TH ST 
9/5/2018 7:00 PM RESIDENTIAL 100 BLOCK OF N NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE 
9/7/2018 4:12 PM RESIDENTIAL 700 BLOCK OF S HAWTHORNE AVE 
9/8/2018 7:39 PM RESIDENTIAL 600 BLOCK OF DOE COVE PL 

1 COMMENT

  1. Just read about 3 teenagers arrested, one for allegedly shooting into a vehicle at Lake Av. and Summit St. yesterday afternoon, after an argument at the nearby AHS that escalated, and that one boy also allegedly had a gun on him in the high school parking lot….!!! Charged with attempted murder, and other serious charges! I hope to heck the school resource officers, other police, and school officials are watching the parking lot better, as again, I tell you, the school teenagers have been leaving the AHS parking lot daily, during school, and have been getting picked up by their friends in cars on this street, and return much later, and go back across the parking lot through the resident’s fencing and backyards that border the AHS parking lot….not good, with guns possibly on them!….who knows? Just repeating, something needs done to secure the parking lot better! Most of the time somewhere between 12:30 pm and 12:50 pm or so. They can catch them if they are waiting on them, but I am no longer calling them in to the police, as they are long gone before the police come around. The school gating they installed and locked just encouraged them to step over the school’s chain link fencing instead, that is down in places from a big oak tree that fell over the fence during the last hurricane in the resident’s backyards. The police are also cracking down on dropping off and picking up the high school kids and for parking on the streets on the grass near AHS. Sign says $114 fine for parking on the shoulder of grass, and I think it is a $40 fine for picking or dropping off students in areas that are not for that designated for that purpose.

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