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Date of Issue: August 18, 2005

Streetlife

Anna Maria

Aug. 12, 300 block of Palm Avenue, disturbance. A reporting party and others got into a verbal argument about a monetary loan.

Bradenton Beach

Aug. 3, 2400 block of Avenue A, theft. Fishing poles left lying on a dock were reportedly stolen.

Aug. 5, 100 block of Fifth Street North, traffic arrest. A driver was issued a summons to appear after a routine traffic stop showed his vehicle's tag was not registered.

Aug. 6, 2500 block of Avenue C, drug arrest. John Delaurier, 32, of Bradenton Beach, was arrested for possession of marijuana and "crack" cocaine. According to the report, Delaurier was stopped after he rolled his vehicle through a stop sign. The officer reported finding the marijuana in plain view and the cocaine was found while inventorying the contents of the car after Delaurier's arrest.

Aug. 9, 1400 Gulf Drive South, Coquina Beach, burglary. Two women reported several credit and bank cards, checks and identification stolen from a purse left inside their parked vehicle.

Holmes Beach

Aug. 9, 5800 block of Holmes Boulevard, burglary. A toolbox was reportedly stolen from a trailer at a construction site.

Aug. 9, 31st Street and Seaside Court, theft. A man reported a dinghy he left leaning against his apartment was stolen.

Aug. 11, 3000 block of Gulf Drive, theft. A three-wheel bike was reported as stolen, but later found in the possession of the owner's stepson.

Aug. 11, 3900 E. Bay Drive, Publix, suspicious incident. A man reported what he believed to be an incident of identity theft when he was contacted by a Publix manager regarding worthless checks. The man reported to police that someone attempted to cash three checks using his name, although he was in New York at the time. During the investigation, the officer discovered that another man, also living in Holmes Beach, has the same first and last name - and only the men's middle initials set them apart. According to the report, the Publix account manager attempting to reach the man presenting worthless checks got the wrong listing, which then caused the reporting person to believe he was a victim of identity theft.

Aug. 12, 3900 E. Bay Drive, Publix, theft. A woman reported the tag from her boat trailer stolen.

Aug. 12, 2800 block of Gulf Drive, battery. A man reported that an egg struck him as he was driving south on Gulf Drive. An egg was allegedly thrown from a passing vehicle into his open window.

Aug. 14, 6600 Gulf Drive, Resort 66, theft. The property manager reports two fire extinguishers missing from a fenced area of the complex.

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