July 23, 300 block of Second Street, battery. A woman was hit in the face when she reportedly confronted another woman about taking her dog. According to the report, there was a disagreement over whether the woman was allowed to keep the complainant's dog.
July 24, 1200 block of Gulf Drive South, information. A woman reported that a man showed up at her door despite an injunction against him. According to the report, he told officers he was unaware of the injunction and left the property.
July 25, 2000 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Park, warrant arrest. A man was arrested on a Clay County warrant for nonpayment of child support. According to the report, officers initially approached the man because he was among of group of intoxicated men near Longboat Pass.
July 26, 2500 block of Gulf Drive North, Baker Act. According to the report, the officer assisted a state probation officer with a Baker Act case. The subject was found by officers hiding under a bush and was transported to a treatment facility.
July 23, White Avenue, theft. A woman reported that her daughter had borrowed her car and parked it on White Avenue while on the Island. According to the report, when the car was returned to the owner the license plate was missing.
July 23, 5351 Gulf Drive, Nikki's Island Treasure, theft. An employee reported two items of jewelry missing from the store.
July 23, 3900 E. Bay Drive, Publix, criminal mischief. A man reported that the convertible top of his vehicle was cut.
July 23, 400 block of 63rd Street, battery. According to the report, officers responded to a 911 hang-up call and found a man standing in the front yard holding a broken guitar. The man told officers his wife hit him over the head with the guitar. The wife was arrested for domestic violence.
July 24, 3602 E. Bay Drive, Beach Unlimited, theft. A store manager reported she believed an employee was shoplifting after finding items in the employee's purse that had not been paid for. According to the report, the employee was asked to pay for the items, was fired from her job and barred from the store in return for the store not pressing charges.
July 24, 400 block of 63rd Street, drug arrest. According to the report, a woman called officers to assist in removing a roommate from her residence due to his involvement in an earlier domestic violence altercation. Thomas Crim, 46, of Bradenton, agreed to move out, but officers were called back to the residence when another argument began with another resident. At this time, officers noticed a bulge in Crim's sock and he was found to be in possession of marijuana. According to the report, Crim was also in possession of prescription medication that was not prescribed to him. Crim was charged with possession and transported to jail.
July 29, 3900 block of Sixth Avenue, driver's license. A man was cited for driving without a vehicle registration, attaching a tag not assigned, and violation of his driver's license restriction for failing to wear his prescription glasses while driving. He was also cited for driving without insurance.