Island police reports
Anna Maria City
No new reports.
No new reports.
Sept. 4, 100 block 45th Street, burglary. The complainant, a property manager, said he noted a flat-screen television and cable box had been removed from the residence.
Sept. 6, 100 block 38th Street, burglary. The complainant said someone broke into his locked vehicle and took various electronics and office supplies, with a total value of $277.
Sept. 7, 3900 East Bay Drive, arrest. Officers stopped a man driving a motorcycle with the visor of his helmet up. Subsequent checks revealed he did not have authorization to drive a motorcycle, had a suspended license and had multiple counts of burglary. He was arrested.
Sept. 8, 600 block Gladstone Lane, burglary. The complainant said someone apparently entered her home while she was away and took items valued at $411.
Sept. 9, 300 block 62nd Street, burglary. The complainant said someone took a gold necklace, valued at $800, from her home. The complainant found a crowbar on the front porch, and officers noted pry marks on the front door. An unknown handyman, who had a key to the residence, is under investigation.
Sept. 9, 6300 block Holmes Boulevard, code enforcement. Officers posted a notice of improper lawn watering of the residence.
Sept. 9, 2700 block Avenue C, theft. The complainant said someone took a golf cart charger valued at $300from the front of his home, as well as an $80 fishing rod and reel.
Sept. 10, 3300 block Fourth Avenue, burglary to a vehicle. The complainant said various electronic items, with a total value of $1,350, were taken from his pickup truck overnight.