Island police blotter – 11-24-2010

Anna Maria
• Nov. 15, 100 block of Crescent Drive, noise complaint. The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office responded to a noise complaint and told the occupants of a residence they were violating state and local laws on noise volumes.
• Nov. 16, North Shore Drive, petit theft. Someone stole a child’s unlocked BMX-style bicycle from a bus stop.

Bradenton Beach
• No new reports.
• Nov. 18, 12000 block of Cortez Road, identity theft. The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office took a report of an identity theft from a resident who said her name was used to apply for a credit card.

Holmes Beach
• Nov. 11, 600 block of Key Royale, burglary. HBPD took a report of a break-in at an unoccupied home. The burglary occurred sometime between Oct. 28 and Nov. 10 and remains under investigation.
• Nov. 12, 3900 block of Sixth Avenue, disturbance. An employee at Regions Bank reported that a customer complaining of an overdraft charge caused a commotion. The customer’s account was closed.
• Nov. 13, 38th Street beach access, unpermitted beach stakes. A Holmes Beach Police Department officer responded to a complaint that someone roped off sections of the beach. The rope and stakes were removed.
• Nov. 14, 3800 block of East Bay Drive, suspicious persons. HBPD received a report of two suspicious people, but found no one at the property.
• Nov. 15, 500 block of Key Royale Drive, theft. A resident reported someone stole a chainsaw from a carport.
• Nov. 16, 100 block of 73rd Street, suspicious incident. An employee at Coconuts Resort reported two people entered an unoccupied unit, locked the door, apparently used the bathroom and left. The business declined to pursue charges.
• Nov. 17, 300 block of 65th Street, nuisance. HBPD was dispatched to the area, where residents had complained of someone ringing doorbells and running off.
• Nov. 17, 3900 block of East Bay Drive, disturbance. HBPD is investigating a possible “road-rage” incident involving two motorists. One said another cut him off on the Palma Sola Causeway, which is in Bradenton Police Department’s jurisdiction.
• Nov. 18, 6300 block of Holmes Boulevard, aggressive dog. HBPD responded to a complaint that a loose and aggressive dog was charging at other dogs in the area. Manatee County Animal Services was called to assist.
• Nov. 18, 600 block of Ambassador Lane, past burglary. HBPD responded to take a report of a break-in that occurred at a home between Sept. 29 and Nov. 5.
• Nov. 18, Manatee Avenue near Fifth Avenue, unruly children. Police were called when children aboard a Manatee County School District bus became loud and unruly after the substitute bus driver missed a stop.
Streetlife is based on incident reports and narratives from the Bradenton Beach and Holmes Beach police departments and the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office as of Nov. 19.

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