Aug. 20, 100 Spring Ave., Sandbar Restaurant, burglary. A woman’s car was burglarized.
Aug. 27, 200 block of Palm Avenue, traffic. A driver was arrested for knowingly driving with a suspended license. According to the report, the vehicle was also bearing a stolen tag and was towed.
Aug. 7, 9416 Cortez Road W., Bank of America, assist other agency. Officers were dispatched to the Bank of America, where suspects had attempted to rip the night deposit box out of the wall, causing damage. The suspects reportedly fled in a vehicle and almost struck a witness near Cortez village. Bradenton Beach police officers detained the suspects’ vehicle at 119th Street in Cortez and Manatee County Sheriff Office deputies took over the investigation from there.
Aug. 8, 1801 Gulf Drive N., Runaway Bay, theft. A maintenance worker reported that someone pried the laundry detergent dispenser off a wall.
Aug. 8, 400 block of Second Street North, domestic battery. A woman was issued a domestic violence pamphlet after requesting to press charges against her teenage daughter following a verbal argument that led to a physical attack on the mother.
Aug. 9, 1400 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Beach, burglary. Two wallets were reportedly stolen from a parked vehicle.
Aug. 13, 1700 Gulf Drive, Coquina Park, burglary. A man reported that credit cards stolen from his vehicle had been used to make purchases in several locations.
Aug. 19, 3015 Gulf Drive, Citgo, theft. A man was arrested for shoplifting a can of beer.
Aug. 10, 4300 block of Gulf Drive, criminal mischief. According to the report, someone opened a Verizon box and cut numerous wires. Another box was reportedly vandalized in the same manner two days earlier in the 5300 block of Gulf Drive.
Aug. 20, 2710 Gulf Drive, Cedar Cove, Baker Act. A man was taken into custody under the Baker Act after he began swinging golf clubs within his SUV, breaking the back window and posing a threat to himself.
Aug. 20, 4000 Gulf Drive, Cafe on the Beach, theft. A tourist from Germany reported his wallet missing. According to the report, the place he recalled having it last was at the restaurant.
Aug. 20, 500 block of 68th Street, domestic disturbance. Both a father and son were arrested for domestic battery after an argument escalated to the point where the father allegedly began throwing items and pushed the son, and the son allegedly slapped his father in response.
Aug. 22, 6800 Block of Palm Drive, information. Officers responded to a domestic argument and gave the woman a domestic violence packet. The officer stayed in the area until the man involved was seen leaving the area by bus.
Aug. 22, 7005 Holmes Blvd., DRS Construction, trespass. Someone reportedly dumped bricks, tiles, doors and bathroom objects at a construction site, causing the owner an extra expense to dispose of the items.
Aug. 22, 500 block of 56th Street, theft. A man reported the side panel of his boat damaged and that some items were stolen from the boat.
Aug. 22, 400 block of 62nd Street, criminal mischief. A woman reported a small puncture had been made to all four of her vehicle tires while it was parked in her driveway.
Aug. 23, 5501 Marina Drive, Catcher’s Marina, theft. The dockmaster reported a golf cart stolen. The golf cart was located in the water off the 8000 block of the beach.
Aug. 23, 500 block of 74th Street, battery and drug equipment. Officers responded to a domestic disturbance. A man involved was treated for lacerations to the back of his head and the inside of his arm caused by a woman who allegedly pushed him off a chair. She was arrested. During the investigation a device used to smoke marijuana was found in plain view. Glenn Myer, 41, of Holmes Beach, reportedly told officers it belonged to him and he was also arrested.
Aug. 25, 200 block of 71st Street, trespass. A woman reported that she heard the doorbell ring twice while she was in the shower. Several minutes later, when she came out of the shower, she told police she saw a man in her kitchen. According to the report, she did not recognize the man at first, but he greeted her by name and she believes he may have done remodeling work in her neighborhood about a year ago. The man fled her home when she said she was calling the police.