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Now Eleven Kings Point Delray Beach Arrests, Two In Two Days


More Arrests In Kings Point Delray Beach Than Any Other Senior Community In South Palm Beach County.

Jason Levins, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.


DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office still isn’t ready to open a jail, or even a police substation, in the senior living community of Kings Point Delray Beach, but one has to wonder if Palm Beach County could look at as a cost-savings move.

In 2023 alone, ten Kings Point residents have been arrested. Since the start of 2022, 34 residents have been jailed. That’s a lot of trips — and police car mileage — between Delray Beach and West Palm Beach.

The latest arrest: someone who doesn’t quite look like he belongs in Kings Point. It’s Jason Levins, 41, of Monaco C. He was taken into custody late Friday afternoon. This charge: “contempt of court: violation of an injunction by stalking.” Records show he was arrested in early May for contacting a woman who apparently wanted nothing to do with him.

Levins was being held on $5,000 bond as of late Saturday night.

Kings Point continues to be a hotbed of apparently criminal activity — notable for a senior living community. Since early 2022, law enforcement agencies have arrested more than 30 Kings Point Delray Beach residents on charges including drug dealing, drunk driving, sex offenses, battery, a man who allegedly shot at someone for walking their dog on a golf course, a woman who resisted arrest, and more. crunched the numbers and believes that there are more arrests of residents in Kings Point Delray Beach than of residents of any other senior living community in South Palm Beach County.



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