Yesterday, the Martin County Sheriff's Office responded to at least 14 auto burglaries in the following areas: Dolphin Bar, Pineapple Park in Jensen Beach, Publix on Hutchinson Island, and Sailfish Splash in Stuart. While none were reported in Sewall’s Point, we are encouraging everyone to please take extra precautions, especially in public parking lots.
Almost all auto burglaries have one thing in common: something to steal. Something valuable is left in the car, often in plain sight of a passing burglar. It takes less than 30 seconds to break into a car, grab what is in plain view, check the usual hiding places for other items, and get away.
Report suspicious activity. Don't hesitate to call the Police Department to report ANY suspicious activities, persons or vehicles by calling 9-1-1. Officers cannot be everywhere, and we count on good people to be our "eyes and ears" and report suspicious activities as they are occurring. Do your part by taking preventive action and spreading the word. You can make a difference in preventing and reporting crime! ... See MoreSee Less
On April 29,2017, the Sewall’s Point Police Department participated in a collaborative effort with other state and local law enforcement agencies to remove unwanted, unused, and expired prescription drugs.
The majority of prescription drug abusers report in surveys that they get their drugs from friends and family. The drug take-back event highlighted the problem related to prescription drug abuse and gave our citizens an opportunity to contribute to the solution.
This initiative resulted in a record 74 lbs. of unwanted medication deposited at the Sewall’s Point Town Hall for proper disposal.
The Police Department would like to thank everyone who participated by dropping off their medications. ... See MoreSee Less
On April 29,2017, the Sewall’s Point Police Department will participate in a collaborative effort with other state and local law enforcement agencies to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from our nation’s medicine cabinets. The national take-back day will provide an opportunity for the public to surrender expired, unwanted, or unused prescription medications to law enforcement officers for destruction.
You may drop off your unwanted medications at the Sewall’s Point Town Hall from 10 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. on April 29, 2017. Remember, it is free and anonymous. You do not have to live in Sewall’s Point to drop off at this location. ... See MoreSee Less
Sewall's Point Town Hall, One South Sewall's Point Road
On April 29,2017, the Sewall’s Point Police Department will participate in a collaborative effort with other state and local law enforcement agencies to remove potentially dangerous controlled subst...