Nov. 26, 700 block of Holly Avenue, theft. A man reported the theft of a loveseat kept on his deck.
Nov. 27, 100 block of Crescent Drive, criminal mischief. Graffiti was reportedly written on the side of a utility trailer.
Nov. 28, 2400 block of Avenue B, Bradenton Beach, grand theft auto. A deputy observed a moped traveling north emitting a trail of exhaust smoke that clouded the entire street. While the vehicle was stopped at a stop sign, the deputy gained sight of the license plate and a routine check revealed the vehicle had been reported stolen in Manatee County. According to the report, the driver attempted to elude the deputy but was apprehended while attempting to drive toward some large brush near the water's edge.
Nov. 22, 100 Gulf Drive N., Circle K, domestic battery. Officers responded to a domestic battery call. According to the report, a witness told police he saw a male hit a female in the head. The couple admitted to having a heated argument while seated in their vehicle and, once separated from the male suspect, the woman admitted that she had been struck in the head. The man was arrested.
Nov. 22, 700 block of Gulf Drive North, traffic arrest. A driver was cited for driving with an improperly registered tag. According to the report, the driver had attached the tag from her former vehicle onto her new vehicle without properly transferring the registration.
Nov. 24, 3300 block of East Bay Drive, drug arrest. Lee Mizack, 20, of Bradenton, was arrested for possession of marijuana during a routine traffic stop. According to the report, Mizack and the driver of the vehicle were also both cited for not wearing their safety belt.
Nov. 25, 100 block of 30th Street, warrant. A man was arrested on a Charlotte County warrant.
Nov. 27, 4400 block of Gulf Drive, criminal mischief. A woman reported finding a number of bolts and washers in the yard near the corner of Gulf and South Harbor drives. The police investigation confirmed that someone had been disassembling the trolley structure at this location, as well as in front of the Island Branch Library, apparently one nut and bolt at a time. The hardware was given to Holmes Beach Public Works employees, who reportedly plan to reinstall it.