Oct. 19, 100 block of Eight Street South, burglary. Several items, including a depth finder, flares and fishing pole, were reportedly stolen off a boat.
Oct. 21, 2000 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Park bath house, criminal mischief. According to the report, the inside of the men's room was spraypainted green.
Oct. 23, 2400-2500 block of Avenue A, theft. According to the report, six political signs were removed from yards along the entire block.
Oct. 17, 200 block of 63rd Street, theft. A woman reported her bicycle stolen.
Oct. 17, 50th Street and Fifth Avenue, burglary. A woman reported her designer purse and a bottle of Crown Royal whiskey stolen from her vehicle. According to the report, the purse contained several credit cards and $500 in cash.
Oct. 17, 4900 block of Gulf Drive, domestic disturbance. A woman called police with concerns that her boyfriend's anger was out of control. According to the report, there was no violence between the couple, although the boyfriend broke a few household items in anger.
Oct. 19, 2800 block of Avenue E, criminal mischief. According to the report, someone shot two BB-gun holes in a window and rearranged a homeowner's patio furniture.
Oct. 20, 5400 Holmes Blvd., Auntie M's Laundromat, property loss. A man reported that he placed his wallet, which contained $400, on top of the coin machine at the laudromat and accidentally left it there. According to the surveillance camera viewed by officers, another man found the wallet and left the laundromat with it.
Oct. 21, 6900 block of Holmes Blvd., burglary. Numerous power tools and equipment were reportedly stolen from a residence under construction.
Oct. 21, 200 block of 69th Street, theft. A man reported his ladder stolen from his yard.
Oct. 21, 200 block of 66th Street, burglary. A woman reported her video camera and case stolen from her bedroom. According to the report, the woman lives in a duplex apartment and the former resident in the adjacent apartment cut a hole through the drywall in his bedroom into the victim's bedroom. According to the report, officers believe the neighbor crawled through the hole in the wall and burglarized the adjacent apartment, then attempted to cover up the hole in his apartment before moving out.
Oct. 21, 3011 Gulf Drive, Webb, Wells & Williams law office, theft. According to the report, someone stole three blank checks from the office and cashed one in Bradenton for $2,500.
Oct. 21, 3900 East Bay Blvd., Publix, burglary. According to the report, two checkbooks were stolen from an unlocked vehicle while the owners were grocery shopping.