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Vol. 16 No. 39 - July 27, 2016

BEACH BEAT

Anna Maria

7/14, found property, 10005 Gulf Drive. An unknown party dropped off a wallet that was found at the post office.

7/14, motor vehicle theft, 100 block of Tern Drive. The defendants took the complainant’s car without permission to pick up a friend and returned. The complainant wanted to press charges

7/15, Information, 100 South Bay Blvd. A rental electric vehicle and parking sign were damaged.

7/16, found property, 200 N. Bay Blvd. A passport was found.

7/17, disturbance, pet on the beach. 200 block of Spring Avenue. The deputy responded to a complaint of a dog on the beach. The deputy returned the dog to its owner who also received a citation.

7/17, found property, 100 block of Park Avenue. The deputy found a debit card on the beach.

7/17, burglary to a conveyance, Galati Marine, 900 S. Bay Drive. Four dry docked boats were burglarized and only three were entered. A weapon was taken in two of the boats.

Bradenton Beach

7/19, suspicious circumstances, 2600 block of Gulf Drive. The officer tried to stop the driver of a motor scooter. The driver stopped the scooter and ran away. Police are checking to see if it was stolen.

Cortez

7/15, information, 4200 block of 126th Street West. The complainant said it appeared somebody tampered with the GPS on his boat. There was no damage to the device.

7/15, information, Paradise Mobile Home Park, 10315 Cortez Road West. The manager found a golf cart parked behind a seasonal resident’s home.

7/15, domestic battery by strangulation, battery, 4400 block of 125th Street West. The couple lives together and they got into an argument that turned physical. The male held the female down to prevent her from phoning authorities.

7/17, Baker Act, 10350 Cortez Rd. W. The subject was found intoxicated inside the West Manatee Fire Rescue Station 2. He said he has been having a hard time with his boss and he wants to cut himself. He was taken to the hospital under the Baker Act.

Holmes Beach

7/10, DUI, 5200 block of Gulf Drive. The officer was running radar when he noticed the subject vehicle unable to stay inside the lane so he pulled the driver over. He detected signs of intoxication and conducted a field sobriety test. He placed the subject under arrest.

7/10, driving with a suspended license, habitual offender, 5200 block of Gulf Drive. The officer stopped the subject for speeding and the subject could produce no license. A computer check showed his license was suspended. He was arrested.

7/12, burglary, Seaside Lane. The victim was house-sitting for the owner and rent money she collected was stolen, along with a container of quarters the owner had. There were no signs of forced entry.

7/13, warrant arrest, 5800 block of Marina Drive. The officer got word that the suspect was staying at the listed location and had a warrant for violation of parole and he arrested her.

7/13, domestic violence, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Gulf Drive. The victim said her sister started yelling at her while they were leaving the beach. All of a sudden, she lunged at the victim and started beating her. The mother of the two women said she did not see anyone hit anyone. The officer filed a capias request for the State Attorney’s Office to investigate.

7/14, contempt of court, 5500 Marina Drive. The complainant called police and said her ex-boyfriend was on her property in violation of a court ordered injunction. She said she would not be there. The officer found the suspect on the property and he said he was more than 50 feet away. The injunction called for him to be at least 500 feet away. Since the complainant was not there, the officer issued him a warning.

7/14, warrant arrest, 3200 block of East Bay Drive. The officer responded to a report of the suspect being at the store. The officer found her and took her into custody.

 


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