Anna Maria City
Feb. 17, 100 block Pine Avenue, distress. Deputies were directed to a locked car which contained a 15-pound poodle. According to the report, the dog “was in obvious distress, panting heavily with froth around his mouth.” The windows were cracked enough for deputies to open the doors, and the owner of the dog was found and issued a summons to appear.
Feb. 16, 700 Gulf Drive S., no driver’s license. While on patrol, officers observed a vehicle with a license plate which it was found did not match the vehicle. It was determined the driver did not have a license, he was arrested and the car towed.
Feb. 16, 1400 Gulf Drive S., burglary. The complainant said that someone entered his vehicle and took various items.
Feb. 17, Bayside Park, 2000 Gulf Drive S., theft. The complainant said someone took his boat trailer.
Feb. 16, 3000 block Gulf Drive, aggravated assault. Officers responded to a call of a woman being held at knifepoint. The defendant admitted he was trying to get his live-in girlfriend to move out and had used a box cutter in an attempt to scare her. He was arrested.
Feb. 17, 3000 block Gulf Drive, battery. Officers responded to a domestic disturbance call and were informed by the victim that his father had struck him. The father was arrested.
Feb. 19, 5801 Marina Drive, theft. The complainant came to the police department to report that someone took his debit card and used it in Arizona, charging $632. He was advised to contact his bank regarding the forgery.
Feb. 19, 5505 Marina Drive, Catchers Marina, theft. The victim said someone took a GPS unit from his boat.
Feb. 21, 4000 Gulf Drive, Cafe on the Beach, trespass. The complainant requested officers to issue a man a trespass warning after he was observed bothering other patrons by asking for food.