Anna Maria City
Jan. 4, 100 block Crescent Avenue, theft. Someone took two stop signs and posts from the bridge, and poured blue paint on the roadway on the approach to the bridge.
Jan. 6, 200 block Spring Avenue, information. The complainant said someone broke a window in a failed attempt to gain entry. Damage was estimated at less than $30.
Jan. 1, 1600 block Gulf Drive North, license. Officers responded to a minor car crash. The driver, who was arrested, had a suspended license, no insurance and the license plate was not assigned to the vehicle.
Jan. 4, 800 Gulf Drive S., drugs. Officers stopped at a parked vehicle at Cortez Beach and noticed a strong smell of drugs from the vehicle. Lynn Hostetler, 57, of Palmetto, and Jeanette Lee White, 26, of Bradenton, were charged with possession of crack, crack pipes and marijuana. Police also found $383.
Jan. 4, 2000 Gulf Drive S., drugs. During a traffic stop, officers noticed a strong smell of marijuana and alcohol coming from the vehicle. The driver, Kenneth A. Krals, 21, of Bradenton, did not have a valid driver’s license. A passenger, Tiffany A. Roe, 19, of Sarasota, was found to have marijuana. Two juvenile passengers were suspected to have been drinking and released to the custody of the grandmother of one. Krals and Roe were arrested.
Jan. 5, 2500 block Avenue C, domestic. The complainant said she and her live-in boyfriend got into an argument the night before and she and her son left the apartment. Officers went to the apartment and talked to her boyfriend. A record check revealed he had an outstanding warrant and he was arrested.
Jan. 6, 200 block Church Avenue, criminal mischief. The complainant said someone urinated on the seats of her vehicle. She suspected it was her ex-boyfriend.
Jan. 1, 5901 Marina Drive, skate park, theft. The complainant said her son’s cell phone, valued at $100, was taken while he was skating at the park.
Jan. 1, 400 block 74th Street, disturbance. Officers responded to a report of a disturbance. One man was yelling at three other people. All appeared intoxicated, according to the report, and officers drove one of the men home.
Jan. 2, 500 block 56th Street, probation. Officers responded to a complaint of a suspicious vehicle. A record check revealed the owner of the vehicle was in jail in Sarasota and the driver was wanted by Palm Beach County officials for violation of probation. He was arrested.
Jan. 2, 6200 block Holmes Boulevard, burglary. The complainant said someone took a television set, valued at $100, from a house he was renting.
Jan. 5, 600 block Foxworth Lane, criminal mischief. The complainant said someone broke the windshield on his boat. Damage was estimated at $600.
Jan. 6, 100 block 72nd Street, theft. The complainant said someone entered his vehicle and took a navigation system and a pistol. He was unsure if the vehicle was locked.
Jan. 7, Key Royale, water violation. Officers cited three homeowners for lawn-watering violations.
Jan. 8, 8100 block Marina Drive, Baker Act. The complainant said her son had sent her text messages on her phone stating he was very depressed. Officers responded, talked to the man, who said he was depressed because his girlfriend had left him and he had just wrecked his truck. He was taken to the hospital for evaluation.