Island police blotter – 10-6-2010

Anna Maria
Sept. 27, 200 block of Willow Ave., burglary. Someone entered an unoccupied residence and removed stereo speakers.

Bradenton Beach
Sept. 29, 2400 block of Avenue C, spousal abuse/battery. An officer showed up to a residence, where a woman said she was in the process of breaking up with her boyfriend. The woman said the man became violent and punched her in the head. The man stated the woman became violent and threw a drink at him, so he left the residence. The woman was advised to request a restraining order if she feared further violence.

Holmes Beach
Sept. 24, 500 block of 67th Street, burglary. A Holmes Beach Police Department officer was dispatched to a residence in reference to a burglary. The complainant said someone entered his residence and took a bed comforter valued at $300 and 11 fishing reels valued at $3,000.

Sept. 25, 500 block of 67th Street, burglary. A man called HBPD to report a burglary. The officer arrived and spoke with the complainant, who said his stereo speakers valued at $320 had been taken from the living room.

Sept. 25, 3000 block of Avenue E, vehicle burglary. An HBPD officer spoke to a complainant, who said someone entered her unlocked vehicle in her driveway and took a GPS device and a bottle of prescription pills.

Sept. 26, 3000 block of Gulf Drive, stolen items. An HBPD officer saw a man walking with several fishing poles. The officer stopped the man and learned he had an outstanding arrest warrant from Sarasota County. The man was turned over to the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office for transport and the fishing poles were taken to the HBPD.

Sept. 27, 6800 block of Palma Drive, theft. A man reported his garbage can was missing.

Sept. 27, 2700 block of Gulf Drive, shooting incident.  A Holmes Beach man apparently attempted to kill himself with a gun. EMS took the man to the Kingfish Boat Ramp, where he was taken by emergency helicopter to Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg.

Sept. 29, 400 block of 62nd Street, theft. A woman came to the Holmes Beach Police Department to report the theft of her garbage can.

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