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Date of Issue: March 30, 2005

Streetlife

Anna Maria

June 14, 100 Bay Blvd., trespass warning. A man was given a trespass warning from the city pier.

June 18, 8600 block of Gulf Drive, driver's license. A man was arrested for driving with a suspended license.

June 18, 100 block of Palm Avenue, theft. A woman reported items missing from the trunk of her car.

June 18, 3900 block of Cortez Road West, fraud. According to the report, a check issued for a child to attend basketball camp was reportedly cashed inappropriately.

June 19, 400 block of Alamanda Road, trespass warning. A man was reportedly issued a trespass warning from a residence.

June 21, 800 block of South Bay Boulevard, information. A woman reported her neighbor's dog entered her yard and growled at her son. According to the report, an animal control officer spoke to the neighbor and the woman reported she had not had any further problems with the dog.

June 23, 300 block of Pine Street, found property. A bag containing a digital camera was found and turned into the Manatee County Sheriff's Office Anna Maria substation.

June 23, 10005 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria City Hall, found property. According to the report, unclaimed keys found and kept over the past several years at city hall were submitted for destruction.

June 24, 300 block of Spring Avenue, battery. According to the report, a woman "pricked" her male roommate's hand with a kitchen knife during a domestic argument.

Bradenton Beach

June 22, 2200 block of Gulf Drive, burglary. According to the report, someone climbed up to the second story of a house under construction and took a generator and portable air compressor. Officers observed tire tracks indicating where the equipment was wheeled to a vehicle at the site.

Holmes Beach

June 18, 2700 block of Avenue B, theft. According to the report, someone removed a marine compass from a boat and attempted to take the GPS unit.

June 22, 5302 Marina Drive, Sand Dollar, theft. A UPS delivery left outside the rear door was stolen.

June 23, 105 39th St., Anna Maria Beach Resort, involuntary commitment. A guest staying at the resort was involuntarily transported to Manatee Memorial Hospital for examination after disturbing other guests, refusing to leave the resort at the manager's request, and threatening to harm herself in front of officers.

June 24, 3007 Gulf Drive, Anchor Inn, check. The owner reported receiving two worthless checks from a customer.

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