Teen Charged as Adult in Boynton Beach Robbery Which Led to a Car Chase

Calvin Docilma

According to city police, a 16-year-old male is being charged as an adult for his part in a robbery turned high-speed chase from Boynton Beach to West Palm Beach last month.

Calvin Docilma of Delray Beach was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail on Tuesday for charges of robbery with a weapon and resisting an officer without violence. No bail had been set as of Thursday morning.

Macken Mitulien and Aaron Louis

Macken Mitulien and Aaron Louis were also arrested by Boynton Beach, both 18 and originally from Fort Lauderdale, for the incident. 

According to authorities, the three teenagers were parked close to the gate of the Bermuda Cay apartments at Woolbright Road and Federal Highway just after 3 a.m. May 13 when a resident arrived without his entrance pass.

According to the report, the teens allegedly approached the man, insisting he tries their “weed pen.” As the victim inhaled their vaporizer with THC oil in it, Mitulien pointed a handgun at him and demanded money. 

Docilma allegedly took the victim’s bag as he got out of the car. Police said Mitulien held a gun at the victim while the others urged him to shoot.

The three left the apartments in a red Nissan and fled north on Federal Highway, over Hypoluxo Road and onto Interstate 95. Authorities ran the license plate and discovered the car had been stolen in Broward County, police said.

Police said they chased the teens at high speeds before the three teens abandoned the car at Rosemary Avenue and Okeechobee Boulevard, near CityPlace. According to the report, the three tried to run but were detained.

Louis faces felony charges of robbery with a weapon, resisting an officer without violence, grand theft and being a delinquent in possession of a weapon. He also faces a criminal traffic charge of driving without a license.

Mitulien felony charges of robbery with a weapon and fleeing or trying to elude police in a high-speed reckless chase. 

Both have been in prison without bail since their arrests in May.

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