Anna Maria City
Feb. 26, 500 block South Drive, domestic. Deputies responded to a call of loud arguing from a residence. A man and woman had gotten into an argument, and he broke a coffee table. Both were issued domestic dispute packets.
Feb. 20, 1000 block Gulf Drive South, burglary to vehicle. The complainant said someone broke into his car and took a GPS system.
Feb. 20, 1400 block Gulf Drive South, burglary to vehicle. The complainant said someone broke into his car and took a camera and binoculars.
Feb. 21, 1400 block Gulf Drive South, burglary to vehicle. The complainant said someone broke into his car and took his wallet, containing credit cards and cash.
Feb. 21, 1400 block Gulf Drive South, burglary to vehicle. The complainant said someone broke into his car and took a first-aid kit.
Feb. 21, 1000 block Gulf Drive North, burglary to vehicle. The complainant said someone broke into his car and took his driver’s license and cell phone.
Feb. 21, 1800 block Gulf Drive, burglary to vehicle. The complainant said someone took his bicycle, which was left outside, unlocked.
Feb. 21, 2200 block Avenue A, warrant. Officers responded to a complaint of a prowler in the area. The complainant said someone tried to open the two front doors of his residence. A patrol of the area located a man who, it was discovered after a record check, had an outstanding warrant. He was arrested.
Feb. 21, 118 Bridge St., Sports Lounge, obstruction. Officers responded to a disturbance call at the bar and found a man lying across a pool table. He appeared very intoxicated, according to the report, and refused to provide any identification. He was arrested on obstruction charges.
Feb. 22, 1600 block Gulf Drive South, traffic. Officers stopped a vehicle, which was playing loud music. Record checks revealed the driver did not have a license. He was arrested.
Feb. 21, 5308 Marina Drive, Irene’s, shoplifting. The store employee said a woman entered the store and tried on several sets of clothes with the help of the clerk, who went to the back of the store several times to bring out more clothing. The woman went to the cash register to pay for three items, then said she had to get something from her car and left. The clerk discovered she was missing $320 and a check for $259 from the cash drawer when she closed out for the day.
Feb. 23, 500 block 72nd Street, domestic. Officers were called to the home, where the wife said her husband had struck her several weeks ago and she wanted to press charges. He said she took his cell phone and threw it in the canal. He took her phone to call police and, while talking to dispatch, she began to strike him. Dispatchers substantiated the altercation during the call. She was arrested on battery charges.
Feb. 25, 5353 Gulf Drive, Timesaver, theft. The store owner said an employee had taken about $800 worth of lottery tickets several weeks ago. She admitted to taking the tickets and worked out a payment plan with him. He later confronted her regarding $220 worth of tickets missing, which she denied taking. She was issued a trespass warning from the store and further charges are awaiting review of the store video tape.