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Date of Issue: December 01, 2005

Streetlife

Anna Maria

Nov. 18, Pine Avenue and North Shore Drive, expired license. According to the report, a driver ran a stop sign and struck a Manatee County Trolley. The defendant displayed a Georgia license that expired in 2003, and was arrested. He was also cited for running the stop sign and no proof of insurance. His vehicle was towed from the scene.

Bradenton Beach

Nov. 7, 1100 block of Gulf Drive South, burglary. According to the report, two televisions and corresponding video equipment were stolen from two vacant rental units.

Nov. 7, 200 block of Gulf Drive North, traffic arrest. A woman was issued a criminal summons to appear after she presented an officer with an "international driver's license" during a routine traffic stop. She told the officer that she purchased the license from a friend. According to the report, the document is not a legally issued driver's license from any known country or state.

Nov. 10, 2408 Gulf Drive N., Via Roma, grand theft. A man reported cash stolen from his travel bag.

Nov. 11, 135 Bridge St., BridgeTender Inn, disorderly conduct. A man was arrested after a patrol officer witnessed the defendant cause two disturbances one with a pedestrian on the street and one inside the BridgeTender Inn's bar area. According to the report, the man was intoxicated and was led out of the bar by an employee. He reportedly became aggressive when the patrol officer offered him assistance getting home and he was arrested.

Nov. 18, 100 block of 24th Street North, domestic battery. A woman was arrested for aggravated battery after she hit her boyfriend in the head with a plastic shelving unit. The boyfriend was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

Holmes Beach

Nov. 18, 3200 block of Sixth Avenue, burglary. A woman reported her apartment window was broken and her bedroom and bathroom were ransacked.

Nov. 19, 5336 Gulf Drive, Island Traders, information. A man reported that his wife's purse containing $100,000 worth of her jewelry was locked inside the store. An officer attempted to contact the store owner.

Nov. 21, 5200 block of 52nd Street, theft. A man reported all his tools and electrical equipment were stolen from a secured area on his construction site.

Nov. 21, 100 block of 28th Street, assault. Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call, which resulted in the woman being arrested for assaulting her husband. According to the report, he attempted to lock himself in a bedroom and she came after him with two five-pound weights, causing damage to the door.

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