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Date of Issue: March 30, 2005

Streetlife

Anna Maria

Sept. 15, 600 block of North Shore Drive, stolen tag. A man reported the tag from his boat trailer stolen.

Bradenton Beach

No reports.

Holmes Beach

Sept. 10, 7300 block of Holmes Boulevard, theft of vehicle. According to the report, officers ran the tag of a suspicious vehicle being driven near Clark Drive and were advised that it was reported stolen. Officers stopped the driver of the vehicle and arrested the driver and three passengers.

An officer retrieved a bag that one of the passengers attempted to discard out the car window before being pulled over. Inside the bag the officer found a small pistol, which was reportedly stolen out of Manatee County, two Social Security cards and a cell phone. One of the passengers was wanted on a Brevard County warrant, the two other passengers were released after police questioned them. The driver was also wanted on two Sarasota County warrants.

Sept. 13, 6600 block of Marina Drive, DUI. Adam Ksiazek, 73, of Holmes Beach, was arrested for driving while intoxicated after he reportedly drove his vehicle into a yard where the vehicle became stuck. Ksiazek reportedly failed a field sobriety test.

Sept. 13, 100 block of White Avenue, disturbance. According to the report, a woman called distraught over the repeated arguing between her husband and teenage daughters. An officer advised her of some places to get help for her family.

Sept. 13, 100 block of 79th Street, DWI. Michelle Walsh, 42, of Holmes Beach, was arrested for driving while intoxicated when she failed a field sobriety test after a traffic crash.

Sept. 14, 100 block of 36th Street, burglary. A woman reported that she and her father were sitting on the back patio when they observed a man enter the residence through the front door and grab her purse from the kitchen counter. According to the investigation, the suspect removed the screen to the window next to the door, enabling him to unlock the door and walk in. The woman and her father told police they chased the subject, but lost sight of him when he ran onto the beach.

Sept. 16, 100 block of White Avenue, burglary. A man reported that someone broke into a residence. According to the report, the storm shutters were propped open with a pair of sandals. Inside the residence, a hole was found in the drywall ceiling, several beer bottles were found in and around the residence, and the owner reported a lock box and a case of beer were missing.

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