Sept. 7, 200 block of Pine Avenue, civil problem. A woman reported that she let her son go to Georgia with his father and the father alledgedly refused to bring the boy home. According to the report, she was advised to seek legal counsel to establish custody and visitation rights.
Sept. 2, 100 block of 11th Street, domestic assault. A man was issued a domestic violence packet after reporting that his teenage stepson began throwing household items during an argument.
Sept. 3, 2400 block of Avenue B, drug arrest. Darius Buri, 32, and Nicole Redden, 22, both of Bradenton Beach, were arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, marijuana and prescription pills. Based on probable cause, officers received a warrant to search the home. During the search, officers reportedly found 143 grams of marijuana, 14 prescription pills, scales, syringes, a "tally sheet" of drug sales and debts, an undisclosed amount of cash and a blender being used at the time to grind up marijuana.
Sept. 7, 2219 Gulf Drive N., Island Discount Tackle, burglary. Officers responded to the store's burglar alarm and determined that nothing was disturbed.
Sept. 3, 500 block of 67th Street, disturbance. A man reported his mother-in-law slapped him in the face. According to the report, the mother-in-law told police that she was angry because he didn't go to work that day and that she believed he had stayed home drinking while his wife is in the hospital. She admitted slapping him in anger and agreed to leave the residence.
Sept. 3, 4300 block of Gulf Drive, burglary. A man reported some digital video discs stolen from his home.
Sept. 4, 200 block of Peacock Lane, burglary. A man told police he believed his teenage daughter broke into his home through a window, found the keys to his 1986 Porsche and took the vehicle. The man reported that the alternator belt on the car was broken, therefore his daughter would not be able to get very far. According to the report, the vehicle was found abandoned in the 400 block of Magnolia Avenue in Anna Maria with a sign in the window stating, "Please don't tow car - broken - will be gone tonight." The owner was contacted and made arrangements to retrieve the car.
Sept. 4, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, burglary. A man reported his cell phone stolen from his vehicle.
Sept. 5, 2800 block of Avenue E, battery. A man was arrested after he reportedly kicked and punched several people staying at a friend's residence. According to the report, he was intoxicated and became violent after his girlfriend refused to let him drive home.
Sept. 6, 248 S. Harbor Drive, St. Bernard Catholic Church, trespass. An officer received a report of a skateboarder trespassing on the church property, but the skaterboarder was gone by the time he reached the property. According to the report, he found three juveniles walking down the road with skateboards but, because he did not see them on the church property, did not issue a trespass warning.
Sept. 7, 300 block of 72nd Street, criminal mischief. A woman reported damage to her apartment window and door.
Sept. 7, 100 block of 76th Street, burglary. A man reported his boogie board and surf board stolen from the back of his truck while parked at the beach access.
Sept. 9, 5626 Gulf Drive, Harrington House, theft. The owner reported that the key to one of the motel units was stolen. According to the report, the key was left in an envelope for tenants who were arriving late. Upon their arrival the envelope and key had already been removed.