Anna Maria City
Oct. 17, 8600 block Gulf Drive, warrant. During a vehicle inspection violation stop, the deputy found the suspect did not have a valid driver's license and was also cited for not having insurance and having a cracked windshield.
Oct. 19, 100 block Palm Avenue, domestic. The deputy responded to a domestic disturbance call. After investigation, no further action was taken by authorities.
Oct. 6, 200 Gulf Drive N., criminal mischief. The complainant reported that someone attempted to break into his rental car while he was at the beach. Nothing was missing from the vehicle.
Oct. 8, 100 block Fourth Street North, domestic disturbance. Two roommates got into an argument regarding one attempting to leave while the other said she was too intoxicated. A friend was called to take one roommate to another address.
Oct. 10, 1325 Gulf Drive N., Tortuga Inn, probation violation. After a routine stop, one of three men was found to be in violation of probation and was taken into custody.
Oct. 11, 2300 block Avenue C, Baker Act. Police were called after a woman was said she was planning to kill herself. She was taken to Blake Medical Center for evaluation under the Baker Act.
Oct. 14, 4000 block Gulf Drive, no driver's license. After observing the driver of a car run through a stop sign, officers determined he was 14 years old and did not have a driver's license. He was cited and his mother took him into custody.
Oct. 16, 4600 block Gulf Drive, no driver's license. Officers stopped the driver of a car that was traveling in an erratic fashion. The driver said he was preoccupied with his girlfriend as to why he was swerving on the road and could not produce a driver's license. He was cited and the owner of the borrowed car came to collect the vehicle.
Oct. 17, 400 62nd St., tennis court, criminal mischief. Officers noted that a light fixture had been broken at the tennis courts and a bike rack and other material had apparently been converted to a makeshift skateboard ramp.
Oct. 18, 5400 Gulf Drive, theft. The complainant said someone had stolen his bicycle.
Oct. 18, 400 block Clark Drive, vehicle theft. While on patrol, the officer noticed a speeding car. The vehicle stopped and four men ran from the car. After a foot pursuit, the suspects eluded officers. The vehicle was later determined to have been stolen.
Oct. 19, burglary, 7200 block Palm Drive. The complainant said he returned home and found two people he did not know in a bedroom. Police responded and found signs of entry through a window in the bedroom. The intruders were arrested.
Oct. 19, 200 block North Harbor Drive, theft. Construction material was reported taken from a job site.