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Date of Issue: May 25, 2006

Streetlife

Anna Maria

May 6, 100 block of Oak Avenue, found property. While performing required maintenance, a property manager found a bag of marijuana and paraphernalia in open view in a common area of a rental unit. The occupants were not present.

May 7, 400 block of South Bay Boulevard, criminal mischief. Someone spray-painted graffiti on a sign.

May 7, 700 block of Jacaranda, found property. A woman reportedly found two bikes discarded on her front lawn.

May 9, 9707 Gulf Drive, Sign of the Mermaid, theft. A barbecue smoker was reportedly stolen from the parking lot.

May 11, 700 block of South Bay Boulevard, criminal mischief. Graffiti was spray-painted on a business sign attached to a man’s trailer.

May 12, 9900 block of Gulf Drive, information. A woman reported that someone in a passing vehicle threw a golf ball and hit her car.

 

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May 2, 1325 Gulf Drive N., Tortuga Inn, burglary. A guest reported items missing from his unit, including a cell phone, sunglasses and a small amount of cash.

May 2, 400 block of Gulf Drive North, warrant arrest. A woman was issued a trespass warning from a residence and was arrested on two Pinellas County warrants for violation of probation on drug charges.

May 4, 1800 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Park, trespassing. A man was given a trespass warning after officers received reports that he appeared to be homeless. The man had reportedly been sleeping overnight on benches in the park and has been seen standing in his underwear washing his clothes in the shower area. After refusing to leave under the trespass warning, the man was arrested.

May 6, 200 block of Bridge Street, burglary. According to the report, someone entered a boat, unhooked a solar panel and stole a blanket, cordless drill and batteries.

May 7, 611 Gulf Drive N., Imperial House condominiums, burglary. A woman reported her bike stolen from a storage shed.

May 11, 1700 block of Gulf Drive North, drug arrest. Warren Kinder, 22, of Bradenton, was arrested for selling $200 worth of rock cocaine to a confidential informant working undercover with police. Also found in Kinder’s possession were marijuana and cash.

 

Holmes Beach

May 6, 6400 block of Marina Drive, battery/DUI. Officers responded to a reported argument between two men over a capsized boat. One of the men fled the scene in his car but was located nearby. Robert Wadek, 54, of Holmes Beach, was taken into custody for battery and, during booking, was given a breathalyzer test, which he reportedly failed. He was also charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

May 7, 100 block of Neptune, burglary. A woman flagged a patrol car for assistance after someone attempted to steal her Ford Explorer. According to the report, the woman heard the car alarm sound and when she came outside, she found the vehicle in the roadway and several neighbors standing around. A second vehicle was still parked in the carport, but had been burglarized. While conducting the investigation, the officer reported that several other vehicles in the vicinity, also left unsecured, were burglarized.

May 7, 2900 block of Avenue E, burglary. A man reported his cell phone was stolen from his car.

May 8, 3200 block of Sixth Avenue, drugs. Jayson Corbell, 20, of St. Joe Beach, was seen by a patrol officer entering a construction site at night. The officer stopped Corbell for questioning and found marijuana, rolling papers and a pipe in his possession.

May 8, 3900 E. Bay Drive, Publix, trespass warning. The store manager requested a trespass warning be issued to a woman he believed to be shoplifting.

May 8, 3200 block of Sixth Avenue, theft. Several tools were stolen from a construction trailer.

May 8, 300 block of 57th Street, battery. A man was arrested on domestic violence charges for allegedly throwing a plate of food that hit his wife in the back. According to the report, he told police after his arrest that he threw the plate at her and she didn’t move out of the way.

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