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Date of Issue: July 05, 2006

Streetlife

Anna Maria

June 16, 600 block of North Shore Drive, missing endangered adult. While on patrol a deputy observed a suspicious vehicle parked in a driveway. According to the report, the deputy ran a check using the tag number and found a report for a missing endangered adult. The owner of the vehicle was located and did not to appear to be in any danger. The deputy filed a report with the appropriate agency.

June 17, 200 block of Sycamore, felony criminal mischief. Debris was dropped down a vent pipe in a two-story home under construction.

June 17, 300 block of Hardin Avenue, animal complaint. A man walking his dog on a leash through the neighborhood reported that a Doberman pinscher came from one of the residences and attacked his dog. The owner of the Doberman helped separate the dogs, neither of which was injured.

June 18, 300 block of Magnolia Avenue, information. According to the report, the passenger door of a passing van was damaged when a dog ran out into the street and hit the car door. The dog was not injured.

 

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June 5, 900 block of Gulf Drive North, battery. According to the report, a police officer noticed a man and woman who appeared to be arguing. The officer witnessed the man grab the woman and throw her to the ground. Although the woman did not ask to press charges, the man was arrested based on what the officer witnessed.

June 15, 100 block of Third Street South, disorderly intoxication. A man was arrested for reportedly yelling at motorists and pedestrians.

June 19, 100 block of Seventh Street South, aggravated assault. A man was arrested after initiating a fight with two men on the pier on two separate occasions.

 

Holmes Beach

June 17, 300 block of 58th Street, battery. A man was arrested after he admitted to beating his girlfriend. According to the report, he told police he never thought he would hit a female, but he had just had enough, and requested to be arrested for his actions.

June 17, 3000 block of Gulf Drive, warrant. A man was arrested on a Manatee County warrant.

June 17, 2700 block of Gulf Drive, drug arrest. Tyler Fahey, 22, of Sarasota, was stopped for speeding. An open container of alcohol was reportedly found in his vehicle and a cigarette pack containing two marijuana cigarettes was found in Fahey’s pocket.

June 18, 3015 Gulf Drive, Citgo, battery. According to the report, a man pulled his motorcycle into the station to refuel. With him was a female friend. According to the report, the female friend’s estranged husband also pulled into the station. After the ex-husband spoke briefly with the woman, he reportedly lunged at the man, starting a physical altercation. The ex-husband left the scene before police arrived.

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