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Date of Issue: December 10, 2008

Streetlife

Anna Maria City

Nov. 29, 100 S. Bay Blvd., city pier, theft. Deputies responded to an alarm at the pier and discovered someone had pried open the door to the bait shop and took an unknown amount of beer.

 

Bradenton Beach

Nov. 27, 2400 block Avenue B, criminal mischief. The complainant said someone threw a beer bottle at his father’s van overnight, breaking a window. A neighbor said he believed the culprits came from a party down the street, but were not located.

Nov. 28, 1400 Gulf Drive South, no driver’s license. Officers noticed a vehicle pulled off to the side of the road. The driver was asleep behind the wheel of the car, which was running. Empty beer cans were on the front seat. Record’s checks revealed the man did not have a driver’s license. He was arrested, and the vehicle towed.

Nov. 28, 2513 Gulf Drive, Circle K, shoplifting. A store clerk said two men entered the store, each grabbed an 18-pack of beer, and left without paying. The two men were not found.

Nov. 29, 120 Bridge St., Drift In, disorderly intoxication. Officers were called to the Bridge Tender Inn in reference to a patron who was apparently intoxicated and unruly. Upon officer’s arrival, they were told the man had left the restaurant and gone to the Drift In. The man was located, began to curse officers and, once outside, threatened them. He was arrested and jailed.

Nov. 29, 2513 Gulf Drive, Circle K, shoplifting. A store clerk said a man entered the store, grabbed an 18-pack of beer, and left without paying. The man was suspected to have been one of the two who took beer from the store the night before, but review of the surveillance tape revealed it was a different man. He was not located.

 

Holmes Beach

Nov. 29, 7300 block Gulf Drive, theft. The complainant said someone took his bicycle, valued at $200, from his yard overnight.

Dec. 1, 200 block 66th Street, theft. The complainant said a TV set, valued at $597, was missing from the master bedroom of his rental apartment. 

Dec. 2, 100 block 45th Street, burglary. The complainant said a box of jewelry was missing from her rental apartment. There was no sign of forced entry.

Dec. 3, 4900 block Gulf Drive, warrant. Officers served an outstanding arrest warrant without incident on a man.

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