Island police blotter
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Jan. 13, 110 12th St. S., grand theft. A man was arrested on grand theft of $300 or more, but less than $5,000. The felony was committed at Gulf to Bay Moorings condos.
Jan. 15, 1600 Gulf Drive S., drugs. Juan Miguel Bravo, 23, of Bradenton, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.
Jan. 9, 5400 Marina Drive, theft. An officer was dispatched to the Sand & Suds laundromat. The co-owner said video surveillance showed a man with tan shorts, blue sweatshirt and white tennis shoes breaking into a vending machine on the wall.
Jan. 10, 505 74th St., burglary of a residence. An officer was dispatched to the residence, where the victim said she arrived Jan. 8 to find her house had been burglarized. Missing items included change from a tin can, a kitchen scale, and four syringes and needles used to treat diabetes.
Jan. 14, 404 Clark Drive, theft. An officer spoke with the victim, who said that her live-in boyfriend had stolen her debit card and about $200 was missing from her account Jan. 12.
The victim was concerned her boyfriend would go to prison because of a prior fraud conviction. The victim signed a waiver of prosecution regarding all offenses. The victim’s landlord planned to evict the suspect, according to the police report.
Jan. 14, 3805 Gulf Drive, burglary of a vehicle. An officer responded a burglary report. The victim said he arrived at the Umbrella Resort Jan. 14, and 10 minutes after entering an apartment, noticed his vehicle door open. The victim said he had left the doors unlocked. The missing property included a wallet with credit cards and a checkbook binder.