Anna Maria City
No new reports.
Feb. 17, 100 block Ninth Street North, domestic. Officers responded to a report of an argument between a man and his girlfriend. According to the report, the dispute began the night before, and she left the residence. She returned the next day, and the argument continued. Domestic dispute packages were given to both parties.
Feb. 18, 110 Gulf Drive, Moose Lodge, criminal mischief. A man entering the lodge said he had seen a woman scratching the car of the bartender. She called police, but the woman had left the scene. The woman apparently became upset because service was slow in the establishment.
Feb. 15, 5600 block Holmes Boulevard, theft. The complainant said someone took her son’s bicycle.
Feb. 17, 5410 Marina Drive, D.Coy Ducks, assault. Officers were called in response to a bar fight. A man said another man asked him to step outside, then struck him and left. Officers attempted to locate the man, who later arrived at the police department and said the first man struck him first regarding a missing DVD player. He agreed not to press charges; the other man was reached by phone and said he too would not pursue prosecution but that he would not sign papers until later. He was later found sleeping outdoors, signed the waiver of prosecution paperwork, and the matter was dropped.