Anna Maria City
April 12, 100 block Pine Avenue, domestic. Deputies were called to a domestic dispute between a couple. He was arrested.
March 31, 1600 block Gulf Drive, Coquina Beach, no driver’s license. Officers stopped a vehicle whose driver was observed to have been driving carelessly. Record checks determined the driver did not have a driver’s license, and she was arrested.
April 12, 2400 block Avenue A, grand theft. While on patrol, an officer stopped a vehicle and determined it was stolen. The driver was arrested.
April 11, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, trespass. Lifeguards called officers regarding a man who allegedly was taking pictures of juveniles at the beach. Officers approached the man, who began pushing buttons on his digital camera as if to delete photos, according to the report. No pictures of an undue nature were found on the camera, but he was issued a trespass warning and left the beach.
April 11, 3304 E. Bay Drive, Island Bazaar, theft. The store manager said she stopped a man who she believed had stuffed a T-shirt into his bag. When confronted by the manager, he pulled the shirt out, and a shot glass fell to the floor. He picked up the glass and ran from the establishment. He was not located by police.
April 11, 5424 Marina Drive, Jessie’s Island Store, trespass. The female clerk observed a man put a carton of cigarettes in his shorts. She confronted him, he returned the carton, police were called and he was issued a trespass warning.
April 12, 100 block 45th Street, theft. The complainant said someone took her beach bag while she went for a walk on the beach. The bag contained her cell phone and keys to her vehicle. Her car had been “rummaged through,” according to the report, apparently through use of her keys, and the purse in the car was taken containing debit cards, a checkbook and $20 was taken.
April 13, 4100 block Sixth Avenue, theft. The complainant said someone took a stereo and speakers from his pool deck.
April 14, 6200 block Holmes Boulevard, burglary. The complainant, a rental agent, said cleaning crews discovered a closet at a rental unit had been broken and shirts and a flat-screen computer monitor missing.
April 16, 3000 block Gulf Drive, civil. The complainant said she wanted to retrieve some of her belongings from her ex-boyfriend’s residence and wanted officers present. He was not home. Later that day, officers returned to the residence and the boyfriend said he did not have any of her belongings.
April 17, 4100 block Sixth Avenue, theft. The complainant said someone took his iPod from the pool deck at his rental apartment.