Island police blotter
No new reports.
Aug. 11, 1700 Gulf Drive S., burglary. Someone kicked in the door in at a lifeguard stand and shuffled through items. Nothing was stolen.
Aug. 13, 200 Bridge St., trespass warning. A man was issued a trespass warning for not paying his bill at Rotten Ralph’s restaurant at the city pier and causing a disturbance. The man’s bill was later paid for by an unknown person.
Aug. 13, 400 block of Highlands Ave., warrant. A woman came into the Bradenton Beach Police Department to get her purse, and it was discovered she had an outstanding warrant for her arrest in Charlotte County.
Aug. 14, 4000 Gulf Drive, warrant. While on patrol, a Holmes Beach Police Department officer noticed two men hanging around the Manatee Public Beach picnic area. The officer later saw one of the men sleeping on a picnic table. He woke the man up and asked for identification, which the man did not have. The officer discovered the man had an outstanding warrant for his arrest and placed him into custody. The other man who was earlier hanging out with the arrestee was discovered to have a warrant out for his arrest as well. Both were taken to the Manatee County jail.
Aug. 17, 2700 block of Avenue C, theft. A woman reported that bicycle, valued at $250, was stolen. The officer later said he discovered he found a bicycle matching the description of the woman’s missing bicycle. More information on the brand and model number of her bicycle was needed in order for her to claim the stolen bicycle.
Aug. 17, 6400 block of Marina Drive, theft. An officer was dispatched in reference to the theft of some potted plants. The complainant said five mango trees were taken from the rental property.