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Date of Issue: November 02, 2006

Streetlife

Anna Maria

Oct. 14, 400 block of Magnolia Avenue, alarm. Deputies responded to the location due to an alarm and secured the property.

Oct. 17, 10006 Gulf Drive, White Egret, battery. According to the report, the victim came to the location to return a set of keys. An argument began in regards to some personal property and escalated into a physical altercation.

 

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Oct. 1, 12500 block of Cortez Road West, traffic arrest. A man was arrested for driving an unregistered vehicle.

Oct. 9, 2500 block of Gulf Drive N., traffic. A driver was issued a summons to appear for using a tag registered to another vehicle.

Oct. 10, 2513 Gulf Drive N., Circle K, lost property. A Velda Farms employee stated that he left his inventory control computer on the side of his vehicle and that he heard it hit the ground as he drove away. By the time he turned around and pulled back into the parking lot, the computer was gone.

Oct. 10, 2502 Gulf Drive N., Club Bamboo Resort, criminal mischief. Officers received an anonymous complaint about loud noise around the pool area. Upon arrival, the officer found several items had been thrown into the pool. The items, which had originally been placed around the pool deck, included six concrete ashtrays, one large concrete planter and plant, weighing approximately 300 pounds, one orange traffic cone, a beer bottle and a plastic trashcan.

Oct. 11, 3000 block of Gulf Drive N., traffic arrest. A man was arrested for driving with a suspended license.

Oct. 12, 1800 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Park, warrant arrest. Marine rescue personnel made a complaint about a woman consuming alcohol in the park. She was arrested on a Hillsborough County warrant.

Oct. 13, 700 block of Gulf Drive North, threats. Two women reported receiving threats from another woman. Due to the nature of the threats, an officer advised the women to each obtain a restraining order.

Oct. 13, 2300 block of Gulf Drive North, burglary. A woman reported a package stolen from her unlocked vehicle. Her boyfriend also reported items stolen from his vehicle. Both had been parked in the same carport.

Oct. 14, 100 block of Gulf Drive North, traffic arrest. According to the report, a vehicle crossed the center line of the roadway almost striking a police vehicle. The driver was arrested for driving without a license.

Oct. 15, 200 Bay Drive S., city parking lot, towed vehicle. A vehicle parked in a city-owned lot was towed because it appeared to be abandoned.

Oct. 15, 100 block of Bridge Street, assault. A man was arrested after attempting to assault a police officer. According to the report, the man was intoxicated and approached an officer’s patrol car and demanded a ride home. When the officer refused to give the man a ride, he approached the officer in a threatening manner.

 

Holmes Beach

Oct. 17, 3600 block of Sixth Avenue, theft. A woman reported her 1988 Buick Regal, which she parked at her home, stolen. The woman advised police that the keys to the vehicle were left on the driver’s floorboard, the driver’s door is inoperative and her wheelchair was in the trunk. The following day, Manatee County Sheriff’s Office advised an arrest had been made and the vehicle was recovered at a motel on 14th Street in Bradenton.

Oct. 18, 3324 E. Bay Drive, West Marine, theft. A multiband tranceiver radio displayed on the store counter was reportedly stolen.

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