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Date of Issue: March 18, 2009

Streetlife

Anna Maria City

March 11, 9000 Gulf Drive, driver’s license. Deputies observed a vehicle towing a trailer, which did not have a license plate. After stopping the rig, deputies found the driver had numerous suspensions on his driver’s license. He was arrested and the rig towed.

Bradenton Beach

March 3, 121 Bridge St., SueRics, battery. Officers were called to an altercation between two men. One of the men warned the other to stay away from his ex-girlfriend; a pushing match ensued and one struck the other. Both men signed waivers of no-prosecution after the altercation.

March 8, 135 Bridge St., Bridgetender Inn, aggravated battery. Officers responded to a call of a man and woman having an argument over money. According to the report, she took his wallet, got in a car and started to drive away. He attempted to stop her and broke the driver’s side window of the vehicle in the process. During the altercation, she ran over his foot, then left the scene on foot. Paramedics were called to treat the man, and a warrant was issued for the woman’s arrest.

March 10, 118 Bridge St., Sports Lounge, drugs. Officers were called regarding a disturbance at the bar. Darren Kersey, 24, of Bradenton Beach, was escorted from the bar, and after searching him, officers discovered a bag of marijuana in a pocket. He was arrested.

March 10, 2800 Gulf Drive, violation of parole. Officers were called to a disturbance and, after a record’s check, discovered the man had an outstanding warrant for violation of parole. He was arrested.

Holmes Beach

March 7, 6600 block Marina Drive, theft. The complainant said someone took his unlocked bicycle.

March 7, 500 block 74th Street, theft. The complainant said someone siphoned 150 gallons of fuel from his boat moored to his dock.

March 10, 100 block 47th Street, theft. The complainant said someone took his bicycle.

March 10, 500 block Key Royale Drive, burglary. A rental agent for the property noticed an unlocked door to the house. A friend of the owner came to the house and noticed approximately 150 DVDs missing, with a value of approximately $2,250.

March 11, 400 block 72nd Street, battery. Police were called to a residence where the female resident had invited two women to stay at her home. The guests allegedly made a sexual proposal, and when the resident declined, one of the women struck her in the face. All agreed to not press charges.

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