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Date of Issue: June 30, 2005

Streetlife

Anna Maria

June 7, 101 S. Bay Blvd., Mama Lo's, found wallet. A wallet found at the ice cream shop was turned in and later returned to its owner.

June 10, 800 block of North Shore, alarm. Severe rain and wind reportedly caused an alarm to go off at a residence.

June 11, 101 S. Bay Blvd., City Pier, theft. A woman reported the theft of her cell phone and cash.

June 11, 200 block of Gladiolus Street, criminal mischief. A man reported that he was sitting in his living room when he heard a “loud crack.” When he went outside, he found the window of the rear patio door had been struck, possibly by a bullet.

June 11, 902 S. Bay Blvd., Rotten Ralph's Restaurant, defrauding an innkeeper. A waitress reported her customer left without paying a $66 tab.

June 14, Sixth Avenue West, Bradenton, Bank of America, fraud. A Rod & Reel employee reported that she thought she had deposited her paycheck at the bank ATM after endorsing it, but it had inadvertently fallen to the ground and was picked up by someone else, who then co-endorsed the check and either cashed or deposited it.

Bradenton Beach

June 7, 100 block of Gulf Drive, assault. While on patrol, an officer approached a man whom appeared to be too intoxicated to get home. The man refused the officer's offer to call a taxi and stated he'd walk home. The officer reported seeing the same man later in the evening staggering in the road. When approached, the man reportedly attempted to strike the officer and was arrested for assault on a law enforcement officer.

June 11, 300 block of Bay Drive North, warrant arrest. A man was taken into custody on a Manatee County warrant for failure to appear in court.

June 12, 100 block of Bridge Street, battery. While on patrol, an officer observed a crowd of people around two men and witnessed one of the men hit the other as he was trying to walk away. The officer disbanded the crowd and attempted to take the suspect into custody, however one of the witnesses distracted the officer and the suspect fled the scene. The victim was transported to Blake Medical Center.

June 13, 2200 block of Gulf Drive North, traffic arrest. A man was arrested for driving with a suspended license and attaching a tag from another vehicle to his car. According to the report, the driver was stopped for a traffic violation two weeks ago and was given a warning for the same offenses. A second man riding in the vehicle was also arrested on a Pennsylvania felony warrant calling for nationwide extradition.

Holmes Beach

June 11, 69th Street and Palm Drive, DUI. Barbara Foulds, 56, of Bradenton, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after she was found slumped over the steering wheel of her vehicle. According to the report, the vehicle was stopped at a stop sign with the engine running. According to the report, Foulds needed assistance removing her seat belt, exiting the vehicle and was unable to stand on her own to complete the field sobriety tests.

June 11, 4500 block of Gulf Drive, theft. A woman reported that her debit card was stolen from her purse.

June 11, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, trespass. Officers responded to a report of two intoxicated women refusing to leave the beach cafe. One of the women, speaking on a cell phone, refused to listen to the officer and comply with the request to leave the property. She was warned and then subsequently arrested for trespassing. The other woman protested the arrest, telling the officer that he couldn't arrest her daughter. She said they were going to have to arrest her, too. According to the report, the officer complied, arresting the mother for obstruction.

June 12, 500 block of 70th Street, assault. A man reported that his live-in girlfriend threatened to shoot him. The man said the woman put a gun in her purse and left the residence. According to the report, officers followed up at the residence to speak to the woman. She told officers her boyfriend was intoxicated and she had left the home without incident. She denied the boyfriend's allegations and noted the gun was still in its storage location, not her purse.

June 13, 100 block of 52nd Street, burglary. A man reported his 9-mm Glock handgun left under the seat of his car stolen.

June 14, 7200 block of Marina Drive, information. Officers contacted the owner of a vehicle to remove it from the right of way.

June 14, 300 block of 56th Street, parking. A resident was asked to pull his vehicle fully into the driveway to prevent the tailend from blocking the roadway.

June 14, 400 block of 62nd Street, vehicle. A man was given a notice to appear due to an expired tag on his vehicle.

June 14, 6800 block of Gulf Drive, criminal mischief. A man reported the BMW emblem was pried off the trunk of his car and the side of the car was scratched.

June 15, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, burglary. Two women reported their wallets and cameras were stolen from the trunk of their car.

June 16, 3200 block of Gulf Drive, criminal mischief. A man reported that the copper piping for the air conditioning at a home under construction was pulled out.

June 18, 2800 block of Gulf Drive, expired tag. A driver stopped for speeding was also cited for driving with a suspended license and expired tag.

June 17, 2500 block of Avenue C, assist Bradenton Beach police. Officers found a vehicle stuck in the mud at the corner of 25th Street and Avenue C. The occupants of the vehicle were already outside and, according to the report, one of the men kept reaching in his pocket. A pat down of the subject revealed a marijuana smoking pipe that was still warm and a scale with marijuana residue inside. Hans Hauri, 17, of Sarasota, was arrested.

June 17, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, criminal mischief. A sink in the ladies room was pulled out of the wall.

June 17, 200 block of 30th Street, theft. The lattice work from the north side of a residence was reportedly stolen.

June 19, 3000 block of Avenue E, burglary. A woman reported that a digital camera was stolen from her home. According to the report, the camera was kept in her family room, the home was secured and no other items were reportedly stolen.

June 20, 6600 Gulf Drive, Resort 66, fire alarm. A juvenile was arrested and charged with the false reporting of a fire after pulling a fire alarm at the resort.

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