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Island police blotter – 9-22-2010

Anna Maria

Sept. 13, 400 block of Hibiscus Road, alarm. A Manatee County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to a burglary alarm. When the deputy arrived, he found a broken window, but nothing else had been disturbed. The deputy reported the alarm, the deputy’s response and dogs possibly scared the culprits away.

Bradenton Beach

Sept. 11, 1400 Gulf Drive S., theft. The complainant said she left her wallet, cell phone and charger at Coquina Beach and returned to find the items missing.

Sept. 12, 100 Gulf Drive N., theft. A man reported a past theft of a donation container from a Circle K. The suspect made a purchase and exited the store. Video showed the man returned a few minutes later to commit the theft of about $20. No arrest has been made.

Sept. 12, 100 Gulf Drive N., trespass warning. A man was issued a trespass warning for trespassing at a Circle K.

Holmes Beach

Sept. 13, 100 block of 51st Street, burglary. The complainant said she received a call from her pool service company saying one of the properties she is responsible for had smashed out windows. The officers arrived at the property and the complainant noticed a flat-screen television and iPod dock were missing.

Sept. 13, 100 block of 51st Street, burglary. After investigating a burglary to an adjoining property, an officer noticed someone smashed a window at a residence. Nothing was missing, and the only damage was done to the window.

Sept.14, 200 block of 75th Street, burglary. An officer met with complainants who said when they returned to their home they noticed items out of place and drawers ajar. A man said he was missing an iPod, a gold chain, numerous silver dollar coins, $150 and various pills.

Sept. 15, Bayview Drive, burglary. A man reported someone stole items from his garage, including six rods and reels, a bucket of fishing tools and supplies, a 5-gallon bucket and other fishing supplies. The man said he left his garage door open.

Sept. 16, 500 block of 68th Street, burglary. An officer spoke with a complainant who said someone broke into her house and stole jewelry.

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