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Date of Issue: March 30, 2005

Streetlife

Anna Maria

Dec. 5, 100 block of Maple Avenue, theft. A woman reported an item stolen from her yard.

Dec. 8, 200 block of Spring Avenue, loitering and prowling. According to the report, a man found crouching behind a residence was arrested for loitering and prowling. According to the report, deputies learned the man had two active felony warrants out of Polk County for possession of methanphetamine and habitual traffic related offenses.

Dec. 8, 700 block of North Shore Drive, grand theft. A carpenter reported items stolen from a work site.

Bradenton Beach

Dec. 4, 1301 Gulf Drive N., Silver Surf Resort, lost property. A woman reported a pair of earrings either lost or stolen.

Dec. 6, 100 block of Fourth Street South, domestic violence. A man was arrested for domestic violence against his estranged wife.

Dec. 8, 118 Bridge St., Sports Lounge, stolen property. A woman reported her purse stolen.

Dec. 8, 2500 block of Avenue B, information. A woman reported that she no longer wishes to have her boyfriend’s son stay at his home and reported a cordless drill missing from the property after the son recently stayed at the home.

Holmes Beach

Dec. 5, 2800 block of Avenue C, larceny. The construction manager of a site undergoing remodeling reported the theft of 40 sheets of plywood, which costs $27 per sheet on the construction market.

Dec. 6, 4000 Gulf Drive, Cafe on the Beach, burglary. Officers responded to a motion alarm and, according to the report, discovered an open window. According to the report, nothing was missing from the premises.

Dec. 10, 100 block of 51st Street, burglary. A man reported two bicycles missing from his garage.

Dec. 11, 5325 Marina Drive, Tidemark Lodge, burglary. A passerby reported seeing the doors on the Tidemark trailers open. Following up the report, officers found the doors had been pried open. According to the report, a computer monitor and keyboard were missing.

Dec. 11, 200 block of 71st Street, missing dog. A woman reported that her estranged husband took her dog, which she stated was a gift from her brother. According to the report, the husband stated that the dog was joint property and he felt the dog had been abandoned when his wife left it home for days at a time. The officer advised the wife to contact an attorney and have a judge determine custody of the animal.

Dec. 11, 100 block of 39th Street, burglary. A woman reported her vehicle had been broken into and her purse stolen. According to the report, her purse was retrieved near the area she had been parked.

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