Island police blotter
Feb. 7, 214 Gladiolus St., disturbance. Complainants called police because they were afraid a man would become angry after his son came home late from a friend’s house. The parents were intoxicated, according to the report. There were no signs of violence.
Feb. 7, 600 N. Shore Drive, warrant arrest. A complainant called 911 and hung up. An officer responded to the address where a woman said a disturbance was from the past and the officer found no evidence of domestic battery. However, the male at the house had a warrant for violation of probation and was arrested.
Feb. 8, 117 Palmetto Ave., found property. The complainant said he was contracted to do plumbing and while walking around the house he found a syringe and needle. An officer found a syringe at the scene.
No new reports.
Feb. 5, 126 51st St., theft. An officer was dispatched in reference to a theft. The caller said he had a civil problem with an acquaintance. He said while his lawyer had been able to recover most of his property from the acquaintance, the caller claimed a gun was stolen.
Feb. 5, 104 74th St., theft of a vehicle. An officer was dispatched in reference to a stolen vehicle. The SUV was parked in front of a condominium on the night of Feb. 4 and was missing by 6 a.m. Feb. 5. The victim said the vehicle was probably left unlocked.
Feb. 10, 121 46th St., burglary of a residence. An officer responded to a burglary. Upon arrival, the officer met with the caller, who said he returned after a day and noticed a 20-inch television missing. The caller said multiple workers had been behind the tiki hut at his home and that the gate at his residence had been opened.