A 15-year-old girl who claimed to be the victim of a carjacking last month in suburban Boynton Beach was actually complicit in the crime, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said. Josephine Burgio is being charged as an adult after authorities alleged that she took part in a carjacking the night of Aug. 22 in the 5300 block of Steven Road, just south of Le Chalet Boulevard and west of Military Trail.
A juvenile male was flown to a hospital Monday afternoon after being wounded in the shooting in the southern end of the village. 5 p.m. UPDATE: Detectives from the Violent Crimes Division are investigating shooting that wounded a juvenile. Anyone with information is asked to the call Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County at 800-458-TIPS (8477), or by dowloading the sheriff’s Connect & Protect app. 3:55 p.m. UPDATE: The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office reports that the shooting victim is a juvenile.
Nineteen-year-old Boynton Beach resident Lenny Laguerre is seen at first appearance at the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office courtroom in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. Laguerre is facing charges of premeditated first-degree murder. (Andres Leiva / The Palm Beach Post)A 19-year-old Boynton Beach man will remain in custody after city police arrested and charged him with attempted murder following a shooting Sunday outside an auto repair shop.
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Selecting a term
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