Island police blotter
July 10, 150 block of Crescent Drive, burglary to a vehicle. Someone stole a GPS unit and car stereo.
July 10, 140 block of Crescent Drive, burglary to vehicles. A man reported various items were stolen from four vehicles.
July 10, 600 block of North Bay Boulevard, burglary to a vehicle. Someone entered a vehicle, stole a wallet and iPod and fled.
July 12, 400 block of Church Avenue, burglary. A man burglarized the Bradenton Beach Marina.
July 12, 100 Gulf Drive N., burglary of a vehicle. Someone stole items from a vehicle in a Circle K convenience store parking lot.
July 13, 1700 Gulf Drive South, Coquina Park, domestic disturbance. A Bradenton Beach Police officer responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at Coquina Park and issued a trespass warning to a man.
July 13, 2400 block of Avenue C, trespass warning. A woman was given a trespass warning for trespassing on a residence.
July 8, 4000 block of Gulf Drive, assist other agency. The Holmes Beach Police Department requested the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office’s assist in finding an 8-year-old missing child. A deputy found the child wandering in the area within a moments.
July 9, 4000 Gulf Drive, burglary of a vehicle. A Holmes Beach Police Department officer was dispatched in reference to a burglary. The complainant said someone stole her purse from a friend’s vehicle. She said the purse contained $90, a Florida driver’s license, a Canon PowerShot camera and her Social Security card.
July 10, 700 block of Manatee Avenue, drugs. An HBPD officer observed a man in a truck heading eastbound on Manatee Avenue at a high speed. The driver passed a vehicle in a no-passing zone. The officer stopped the driver, Ryan Sikkema, of the 4600 block of 66th Street West, in Bradenton. The driver said he did not have his driver’s license or registration, and the officer noticed the driver had blood-shot eyes. The officer reported he smelled marijuana and later saw a pipe, which allegedly contained a small amount of marijuana. Sikkema was released with a notice to appear in court.
July 12, 600 block of North Point Drive, theft. An HBPD officer responded to a theft report and spoke to the complainant, who said his wallet was missing. The complainant said he had put the wallet in his shorts, and then left his house briefly to go to a neighbor’s house. He added that he and his wife had been in the swimming pool several times. The only people who went in the house were his son and his girlfriend and another friend. The complainant said the wallet contained $680.
July 13, 2700 block of Avenue C, battery. A man came to the HBPD in reference to a fight that the man said occurred because of drinking and an argument over the previous eviction of the two men. The fight went from the residence to the nearby sidewalk and involved two men and a woman, who was attempting to break-up the fight. The window of one of the men’s cars was shattered when another man threw a drinking glass at it. All parties signed affidavits.