Island police reports
Anna Maria City
Sept. 18, 9700 block Gulf Drive, warrant arrest. A Manatee County man was arrested after a traffic stop on an outstanding warrant.
Oct. 1, 100 block Pine Avenue, violation of non-resident requirements. Deputies noted a car with California license plates with an expired license sticker. The driver attempted to elude deputies, pulled into a driveway and stopped, and was arrested.
Sept. 22, 200 Bridge Street, Historic Bridge Street Pier, trespass. A man was issued a trespass warning. No further information was provided.
Sept. 26, 300 block Bay Drive South, traffic. Officers stopped a man on a routine traffic stop and determined he had a suspended driver’s license. He was arrested.
Sept. 27, 1500 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Beach, burglary to vehicle. No further information was provided.
Sept. 26, 100 block 11th Street South, Baker Act. No further information was provided.
Sept. 30, 100 block Second Street North, burglary to structure. No further information was provided.
Sept. 25, 500 block 72nd Street, burglary. The complainant, a caregiver of the house, said someone broke into the house by prying open sliding-glass doors. Some jewelry boxes kept in the master bedroom were empty. The owner is scheduled to return later in October and determine the value of the missing items.
Sept. 28, 3800 block East Bay Drive, burglary. The complainant said someone broke into her locked vehicle and took $400 worth of electronics and $8.
Sept. 28, 699 Manatee Ave., Bank of America, forged check. The complainant said she suspected someone was forging checks on her checking account. The suspect was located and arrested.
Sept. 28, 3400 block Gulf Drive, burglary. The complainant said a pistol, valued at $100, was missing from his car.
Sept. 28, 600 block Baronet Lane, burglary. The complainant said someone appeared to have entered his house while he was out of town. Missing were various fishing gear and fishing rods with a total value of $5,500.
Sept. 29, 3230 East Bay Drive, Island Mail, theft. The complainant said someone took a camera, valued at $390, from the store.
Sept. 29, 611 Manatee Ave., CVS, theft. The store manager said he suspected a clerk of stealing $3,079 from the store. Computer checks revealed improper transactions at his checkout lane. He was arrested.
Sept. 29, 2900 block Gulf Drive, theft. The complainant said someone took a real estate sign, valued at $20, from in front of a residence he was listing for sale.
Sept. 30, 600 block Foxworth Lane, burglary. The complainant said someone broke into his home while he was out of town. He said the value of items missing was $590.
Sept. 30, Gulf Drive and Carissa Lane, burglary. The complainant said someone took $300 worth of electronics from his unlocked vehicle.