BSO Make Arrest Connected To Lockdown

Deerfield-News.com-Deerfield Beach, Fl-An arrest was made yesterday in connection to the DBHS lockdown.

Broward Sheriff’s Office Deerfield Beach deputies arrested Braylan Fleming, 18, on October 3, after he was spotted trespassing at Deerfield Beach High School despite a domestic violence injunction specifying that he stay away from his ex-girlfriend and the school’s campus. Fleming, who has a history of carrying a gun, had been expelled from the high school the previous year.
At approximately 7:50 a.m., a report of Fleming’s sighting was received by Communications. The school was placed on lockdown while BSO deputies, K9 and the Aviation Unit performed an exhaustive search.
Fleming had already fled the scene. He subsequently surrendered to deputies and was taken into custody.
Criminal Investigations Unit detectives had been investigating Fleming for his involvement in two robberies.
He is now facing charges of trespassing on school grounds, violation of a restraining order and two counts of robbery.
 
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