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Date of Issue: October 05, 2007

Streetlife

Anna Maria City

Sept. 27, 9200 block Gulf Drive, theft. The complainant said that someone took his bicycle.

 

Bradenton Beach

Sept. 21, 200 block Gulf Drive South, drugs. Officers received a tip from a confidential information who said a man approached him and asked if he wanted to purchase drugs. The deal was set, and officers observed two men sell the informant a variety of prescription drugs. Arrested were Michael Arthur Deck, 31, and George A. Vandenburgurgh, 46, both of Bradenton, on drug charges.

 

Holmes Beach

Sept. 21, 5362 Gulf Drive, LaPensee Plumbing, theft. The complainant said a former employee had taken a sewer pump from the vehicle he had been assigned. The pump was valued at $1,500. A capias request was issued on the suspect.

Sept. 23, 6800 block Palm Drive, noise. Officers responded twice to complaints of loud music, eventually issuing a citation for excessive noise.

Sept. 23, 3500 block Sixth Avenue, theft. The complainant said someone took a handmade bench and table from her unoccupied residence. Value of the furniture was $300. Witnesses reported a man and woman in the area acting suspiciously, but officers were not able to locate any suspects.

Sept. 23, 100 block 68th Street, theft. The complainant said he had anchored his personal watercraft in the Gulf of Mexico due to an approaching storm and, when he went to retrieve it, it was gone. Witnesses said someone got on the vessel and took off, but the suspect was not located, nor was the personal watercraft. The PWC was valued at $7,000.

Sept. 25, 5265 Gulf Drive, Passing Wind Manor, theft. The complainant said someone took the sign from the front of his resort. The sign was valued at $1,500.

Sept. 25, 5302 Marina Drive, Sand Dollar Gift Shop, criminal mischief. The complainant said she had left some clothing in the back of the store, and someone cut it in various places.

Sept. 25, 7100 block Gulf Drive, criminal mischief. Officers noted graffiti painted on the road.

Sept. 26, various locations on Key Royale Drive, watering violation. Officers were called on lawn watering violations at seven different locations and left a notice of the watering schedule on the front door of the unoccupied dwelling.

Sept. 26, 600 block Baronet Lane, watering violation. Officers were called on a lawn watering violation and left a notice of the watering schedule on the front door of the unoccupied dwelling.

Sept. 26, 600 block Dundee Lane, watering violation. Officers were called on a lawn watering violation and left a notice of the watering schedule on the front door of the unoccupied dwelling.

Sept. 27, various locations on Key Royale Drive, watering violation. Officers were called on lawn watering violations on four locations and left a notice of the watering schedule on the front door of the unoccupied dwelling.

Sept. 27, 600 block North Pointe Drive, watering violation. Officers were called on a lawn watering violation and left a notice of the watering schedule on the front door of the unoccupied dwelling.

Sept. 27, 600 block Ivanhoe Lane, watering violation. Officers were called on a lawn watering violation and left a notice of the watering schedule on the front door of the unoccupied dwelling.

Sept. 27, 600 block Hampshire Lane, watering violation. Officers were called on a lawn watering violation and left a notice of the watering schedule on the front door of the unoccupied dwelling.

Sept. 27, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, burglary. The complainant said someone took her purse from the locked trunk of her car while she was at the beach. The purse contained credit cards, keys, $35, identification and a cell phone.

Sept. 27, 5410 Marina Drive, D.Coy Ducks, battery. Officers observed two women shouting at each other after exiting the bar. One woman then hit the other on the shoulder, according to the report. Both women declined to prosecute and were released.

Sept. 28, 5410 Marina Drive, D.Coy Ducks, trespass. The bar manager said a patron attempted to bite him as he attempted to escort her from the business. Officers issued the woman a trespass order.

Sept. 29, 500 block 75th Street, disturbance. The complainant said his estranged wife had been attempting to enter his home. She said that all of her belongings were still in the house and she wanted to retrieve them. Officers said that the matter was civil in nature and, until any eviction was approved by the court, she had the right to enter her residence and see her children.

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