Anna Maria City
June 9, 800 block North Shore Drive, burglary of a construction site. The complainant said someone entered the construction site, but what, if anything, was taken was not noted, according to the report.
June 4, 500 block Bay Drive South, theft. The complainant said someone, perhaps his roommate, took three of his cameras from his house.
June 6, 100 Bridge St., Bridgewalk resort. The complainant said she left her necklace in her room and it was gone the next day. There were no signs of forced entry to the unit.
June 7, Coquina Beach, resisting arrest and obstruction of a police officer. While on patrol, the officer noticed a car parked after hours at the beach. Three of the juvenile subjects were cooperative, one was not and the officer had to pepper-spray him. He was arrested and jailed, while the parents of the other three came and took them home.
June 9, 2300 block Avenue C, domestic. Officers were called to a local bar regarding a drunk woman, and took her home. They were later called back to the scene after she allegedly hit her husband in the face with a phone book. She was taken to jail.
June 9, 2600 Gulf Drive, trespass. Condo owners called to complain that two people were using their pool. They were issued trespass warnings.
June 10, Coquina Beach, no driver's license, tag not assigned. While on patrol at the beach, officers noticed a pickup truck with a broken rear window. After investigating, it was determined that the tag on the vehicle was not assigned to that vehicle, and the driver did not have a license. He was taken to jail.
June 11, Coquina Beach, no driver's license, tag not assigned. While on patrol at the beach, officers had a car pass them and, upon checking the license plate, determined that the tag was not assigned to the vehicle, and the driver did not have a license. He was taken to jail.
June 12, 100 Gulf Drive N., Circle K, theft. The complainant said two women took two 18-packs of beer and left without paying.
June 7, 500 block 68th Street, soliciting. Officers stopped a pickup truck after receiving a report that young people were soliciting door-to-door for a charity. The driver was advised he needed permission from city hall to do so, pursuant to city ordinances.
June 9, 7600 block Gulf Drive, criminal mischief. The complainant said someone, possibly her ex-boyfriend, had thrown a beer bottle through her bedroom window when she was not home. Patrols were added in the area.
June 8, 7 Palm Harbor Drive, disturbance. Officers were called to break up a fight between two men, who both agreed to not prosecute each other.
June 11, 3601 E. Bay Drive, theft. The complainant said someone took fishing gear with a value of $390 from the back of his pickup truck.
June 11, 200 81st St., criminal mischief. Officers responded to a complaint of graffiti painted on a Verizon telephone box. The telephone company responded and painted over the “tag.”
June 11, 5801 Marina Drive, fraud. The complainant lodged a complaint at the police department of her former roommate using her checking account to pay bills, with a total amount of $1,691.66 taken from her account, according to the report.
June 11, 4800 Gulf Drive, DUI. Officers were advised by sheriff's deputies of a vehicle traveling south at a high rate of speed. Holmes Beach police stopped a vehicle matching the description of the speeding car and noticed a strong odor of alcohol. James R. Nudd, 36, of Holmes Beach, refused to take field alcohol sobriety tests or breathalyzer tests later at the police station, and he was charged with DUI and taken to jail. Officers also confiscated a bottle of tequila from his vehicle.
June 12, 3400 block Gulf Drive, theft. The complainant said someone took one of his grills, with a value of $100, from the rear of his condominium unit.
June 14, 5300 block Gulf Drive, criminal mischief. The complainant said someone had sprayed graffiti on the exterior of the building.