Island police blotter
June 29, 200 block of Coconut Avenue, burglary to a vehicle. A suspect entered a vehicle and ransacked the center console. The man was apprehended and arrested.
June 30, 200 block of Perwinkle, verbal dispute. A man reported his father was harassing him over his drug use and other issues. A Manatee County Sheriff’s deputy responded and found there was no physical altercation.
June 30, 500 block of North Shore Drive, burglary to a vehicle. A complainant said someone entered an unlocked vehicle owned by Agnelli Construction and took about $5 in change and a GPS unit.
June 25, 2200 block of Gulf Drive, domestic battery. A Bradenton Beach Police Department officer observed a man punching a woman in the face. The woman refused to file charges. The man was arrested.
June 27, 300 block of Gulf Drive South, criminal mischief. Someone cut up a pillow and string to a hammock at the Linger Longer resort.
June 27, 1300 block of Gulf Drive, domestic battery. A Bradenton Beach Police officer responded to a call of domestic battery. A man was arrested for assaulting a woman.
June 26, 4000 Gulf Drive, theft. A woman reported the theft of her digital camera from the Manatee Public Beach. The woman said she asked an elderly woman if she could leave her camera on her towel while she was swimming. She said the woman, who the complainant did not know, agreed to watch her camera, which was valued at $800. When the complainant returned, the woman and her camera were gone.
June 26, 500 block of 67th Street, theft. An officer was dispatched in reference to the theft of a bike. The complainant said his bike was stolen from his driveway.
June 27, 5410 Marina Drive, disorderly conduct. A Holmes Beach Police Department officer responded to the D.Coy Ducks bar in reference to an intoxicated man trying to fight other patrons. The man had left the bar when the officer arrived. Witnesses who knew where the suspect was headed suggested the officer to go to 61st Street. The officer caught up with the suspect, who attempted to flee, and threw him to the ground, but the suspect kept resisting as the officer hand-cuffed him and placed him in a patrol vehicle, where the suspect began banging his head against a cage. The man was bleeding, according to the HBPD report, but refused medical treatment. The officer transported the suspect to Manatee Memorial Hospital, where the suspect was strapped down to a bed while receiving medical treatment. The officer transported the suspect to the jail for processing and left the suspect with a trespass warning from D.Coy Ducks.
June 27, 500 block of 75th Street, burglary to a vehicle. An HBPD officer was dispatched in reference to a burglary to a vehicle. The complainant said he returned from helping move furniture from his wife’s car to find an iPod missing from his vehicle. The man thinks he left his vehicle unlocked.
June 27, 300 block of 64th Street, burglary to a vehicle. A complainant came to the HBPD to report a burglary of a vehicle. The complainant said someone entered his vehicle during the night and removed a plastic bag containing clothing.
June 27, 300 block of 64th Street, burglary to a vehicle. A complainant told HBPD officers someone entered his vehicle and stole $50 from a console cup holder. The complaint said he thought he locked his vehicle. But there were no signs of forced entry, according to the HBPD report.
June 27, 300 block of 64th Street, burglary to a vehicle. A man told HBPD officers someone stole a GPS unit and a charger cord from his vehicle. The complainant said he think his vehicle was unlocked.
June 27, 300 block of 64th Street, A complainant said someone at night stole five $5 gift certificates to a Peaches Restaurant from his vehicle.
June 28, 200 block of 81st Street East, burglary of a residence. A HBPD officer was dispatched in reference to a burglary. The victim told the officer she was staying in town with a friend over the weekend and returned to find her prescribed medicine missing.