Sept. 22, 7900 block of Palm Drive, Holmes Beach, information. According to the report, on July 30 a driver was cited by a deputy for driving with a suspended license. A Sept. 20 request was made by the state attorney’s office to upgrade the charge to a felony count of driving with a suspended license.
Sept. 23, 501 Gulf Drive N., Bridge Port condominiums, criminal mischief. Two fire extinguishers were discharged on two vehicles.
Sept. 23, 100 Gulf Drive N., Circle K, trespass warning. A man was given a trespass warning for causing a disturbance.
Sept. 28, 2500 block of Avenue B, resisting arrest. Officers were at a residence to assist Holmes Beach Police in locating a burglary suspect. According to the report, as the officers were escorting the suspect from the home, they heard an argument taking place between two other people inside the residence. The man involved in the argument exited the home, where officers were waiting for HBPD to take custody of the burglary suspect. At this time, the man who had been arguing inside began yelling obscenities and racial slurs at the officers. Failing to calm down as requested, the man was arrested.
Sept. 22, 4200 Gulf Drive, driver’s license. A vehicle was stopped because it had no taillights. The driver was arrested for driving with a suspended license.
Sept. 23, 300 block of 66th Street, criminal mischief. Every mailbox on the north side of the street was reportedly smashed or knocked off its post.
Sept. 24, 100 block of 75th Street, burglary. A man who reported his car stolen earlier this month filed a followup report after discovering a window of his home was broken. According to the report, initially the man believed no one had entered the home before gaining access to the garage and stealing his vehicle. However, when he trimmed the overgrown hedges that were hindering a clear view of the home, he discovered the broken window.
Sept. 26, 100 block of 28th Street, abandoned vehicle. A vehicle was left abandoned near a residence since Labor Day. According to the report, the owner removed his/her property from inside the vehicle and there was no tag. A homeowner reportedly received a note in his mailbox from the vehicle’s owner stating that Goodwill was expected to pick up the car for a donation