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Date of Issue: May 26, 2005

Streetlife

Anna Maria City

May 14, 100 block of Spring Avenue, information. A resident reported he could hear loud, obscene music coming from a restaurant. The complaint stated the music contained multiple uses of profane language.

May 16, 100 S. Bay Blvd., City Pier, burglary. According to a witness, a man removed a beer keg from a Budweiser beer truck, placed it in the trunk of a Volkswagen Jetta and sped away.

May 19, 700 block of Holly Road, disturbance. A man agreed to leave the scene after deputies responded to calls regarding a domestic argument.

Bradenton Beach

May 12, 2000 Gulf Drive N., Bungalow Beach Resort, burglary. According to the report, a woman awoke to a loud noise and saw what appeared to be a man wearing pajamas standing next to her. Realizing the room was occupied, the man reportedly fled. According to the report, the door to the woman’s room connects to another unit in which police found a microwave had been removed from a shelf and placed on the bed. The doors to both units showed evidence of being forced open.

May 13, 400 block of Gulf Drive North, assist other agency. Officers assisted the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office in a missing child report. A mother reported her teenage daughter was last seen waiting for the school bus in front of Bradenton Beach City Hall.

May 14, 116 Bridge St., U.S. Post Office parking lot, warrant arrest. While on patrol, officers witnessed a man leaving a bar enter a vehicle and attempt to drive. Officers stopped the man and, through a routine identification check, found he had an outstanding warrant from St. Louis, Mo., for tax evasion.

May 15, 200 block of Ninth Street North, domestic battery. A 25-year-old woman was arrested for becoming physically abusive to her boyfriend during an argument over a cell phone. According to the report, the woman also became violent toward officers during her arrest. She reportedly kept banging her shoulder against the inside of the patrol car door and kicked an officer in the face. According to the report, she also threatened to kill one of the arresting officers, threatened to accuse the officer of rape and to claim the officers beat her up. After she was removed from the scene, she reportedly pleaded to be allowed to escape.

May 16, 2200 block of Avenue C, criminal mischief. A duplex was vandalized with graffiti.

Holmes Beach

May 13, 100 block of 31st Street, burglary. A Holmes Beach resident was arrested after reportedly breaking into another home. According to the report, the homeowners heard the suspect attempt to enter through the sliding-glass door and yelled at him to leave. The homeowners said that when they saw the suspect leave the deck area and walk into the garage, they phoned police. Responding officers arrested the suspect, who stated that he had been drinking and thought this was the residence he shares with roommates, until he entered the home and realized the furniture looked different. 

May 13, 4000 Gulf Drive, Cafe on the Beach, burglary. According to the report, a safe was stolen.

May 13, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, burglary. A man reported his credit cards and cash stolen from a wallet he left in his vehicle.

May 13, 6300 block of Marina Drive, driver’s license. A man was cited for driving a motorcycle without proof of insurance or a motorcycle endorsement for his driver’s license.

May 14, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, burglary. A man reported his wallet stolen from his vehicle.

May 15, 8300 block of Marina Drive, criminal mischief. A mailbox was struck by a vehicle.

May 15, 8300 block of Marina Court, theft. A six-gallon fuel tank was stolen from a resident’s boat.

May 15, 500 block of 68th Street, theft. A man reported that he believed his girlfriend stole his vehicle after an argument, but later called to report the car had been returned.

May 15, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, driver’s license. A man was cited for driving without a license and insurance.

May 15, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, theft. A couple reported losing their identification cards and cash while on the beach. According to the report, the items had been placed in a cigarette pack, which they forgot to pick up as they were leaving.

May 18, 500 block of 77th Street, theft. A man reported his fishing poles, tackle box and deck chairs stolen from his boat dock.

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