Anna Maria City
Dec. 11, 400 block North Bay Boulevard, domestic. The complainant and her boyfriend got into a verbal dispute, in which he threatened to break all of her possessions. She called deputies. There were no signs of physical violence, and domestic packets were issued to both.
Dec. 6, 200 block 70th Street, auto theft, burglary. Officers were checking a suspicious vehicle parked at Kingfish Boat Ramp when dispatch notified them of a stolen car and burglarized truck. The truck owner said someone took his stereo and his girlfriend’s car was missing. The suspicious vehicle found at Kingfish was her car.
Dec. 7, 4400 Gulf Drive, driver’s license. Officer stopped the driver after he was observed swerving his vehicle. Officers had prior knowledge of his license being suspended, according to the report, and he was arrested.
Dec. 8, 400 block 72nd Street, warrant. Officers responded to an anonymous call of a man with an outstanding warrant on issuing forged documents. The man was seen by officers, but hid in the house. Numerous people in the house stated the suspect was not there. According to the report, officers told the occupants that if the suspect’s location in the house was not revealed, they would be arrested. Other officers responded as backup and the suspect’s wife told officers the suspect was hiding in a kitchen cabinet. He was arrested.
Dec. 11, 3900 Gulf Drive, Skinny’s, violation of contact. The complainant said that a violation of contact had been ongoing, as his wife was entering his place of employment despite a court order to stay away from him and his probation officer had advised him to file a police report.
Dec. 12, 200 block 85th Street, theft. The complainant said someone took her jon boat from her dock.
Dec. 12, 3600 block Sixth Avenue, burglary. The complainant said he was checking the vacant duplex on behalf of the owner when he discovered a broken window and two missing television sets.
Dec. 12, 8200 block Marina Drive, theft. The complainant said someone took his 15-hp motor from his boat, valued at $200.