Island police reports
Anna Maria City
Sept. 15, 200 block Gladiolus Street, domestic. The complainant and her daughter got into an argument. The complainant said her daughter came home drunk. Both were given domestic violence packages.
Sept. 12, 2513 Gulf Drive N., warrant. No further information was provided.
Sept. 13, 1900 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Beach, trespass. No further information was provided.
Sept. 14, 200 block Gulf Drive South, credit card theft. No further information was provided.
Sept. 16, 2200 block Gulf Drive North, theft. No further information was provided.
Sept. 12, 5600 block Gulf Drive, burglary. Manatee County Sheriff’s Office deputies contacted police after finding a “large box on the beach” that contained receipts for ammunition and a name for the purchaser. After contacting the apparent owner, he determined that two vehicles had been burglarized and items stolen, including bullets, a handgun, briefcase, checkbook, sunglasses, a GPS unit and the box.
Sept. 12, 500 block 69th Street, burglary. The complainant said someone took a silver tea set, valued at $700, from her home.
Sept. 12, 600 block Concord Lane, burglary. The complainant said she was watching the home for a friend and noted the rear door was ajar and that a plastic container valued at $10 was missing.
Sept. 13, 5410 Marina Drive, D.Coy Ducks, obstruction. Officers responded to a fight outside the lounge. The two men were asked to leave by the doorman “because they were too intoxicated,” according to the report. Both men left, then returned, began to fight, and others joined in. One man appeared to have a broken hand. He eventually gave a taped report of the incident; the other man was arrested on battery charges.
Sept. 13, 200 block 79th Street, theft. Manatee County Sheriff’s Office deputies contacted police regarding a possible theft. A man had been stopped for not wearing a seat belt and a roll of black wire was found on the passenger seat of his vehicle. The man said he found the wire on the side of the road near the Verizon building off 52nd Street. Value of the wire was estimated at more than $300. The investigation in ongoing.
Sept. 15, 611 Manatee Ave., CVS Pharmacy, counterfeit. A store clerk said a man purchased cigarettes with a $10 bill and, after he left the store, it was determined the bill was not legal tender.
Sept. 16, 600 block Key Royale Drive, theft. The complainant said he believed someone took the decal off his license place, valued at $40.
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