Island police blotter – 04-02-2014

Anna Maria

        • March 21, 2014 100 S. Bay Blvd., found property. A wallet was found in the city pier parking lot. The owner received the wallet after contacting the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office.


Bradenton Beach

        • March 24, 120 Bridge St., Drift Inn, arrest. Bradenton Beach Police arrested a 25-year-old man at 2 a.m. after he allegedly became intoxicated and tried to start a fight. He was removed by bar personnel and the door to the bar was locked to keep him from coming back inside.

• March 23, 1800 Coquina Park, vehicle burglary. BBPD responded to a report that a Samsung Galaxy phone, money and jewelry had been stolen form a 2004 Ford pickup while the owners were at the beach. According to the report, the burglar took the phone, there were no signs of forced entry, and the victim said they may have left the doors unlocked.


        • March 19, 4519 125th St. W., warrant arrest.

• March 21, 12112 Cortez Road W., incident investigation. An intoxicated woman accused a man of stealing her bicycle and hitting her in the arm.


Holmes Beach

        • March 13, 5905 Marina Drive, Havana Cabana, theft. Two magnetic advertising decals were stolen from the sides of a van parked in front of the restaurant. The signs were valued at $300.

• March 12, 4100 Gulf Drive, arrest. An Anna Maria man was arrested during a traffic stop by Holmes Beach Police on an outstanding Pinellas County warrant. He was initially pulled over for not wearing his seat belt. He also was was given a traffic citation.

• March 9, 6303 Holmes Blvd. battery investigation. HBPD responded to a report of a fight between two men. According to the police report, the men, who were both in their 30s, had been drinking and got into a verbal argument that became physical around 2 a.m. The officer was unable to determine the primary aggressor. They refused EMS treatment and neither pressed charges.

• March 9, 4000 Gulf Drive, arrest. A 53-year-old Palmetto man was arrested and charged with fraud during a traffic stop after officers found he had an active Manatee Coutny warrant. He was initially stopped for making an illegal left turn. He also was issued a traffic citation.

• March 9, 100 White Ave. illegal beverage. Two 19-year-olds were issued a notice to appear in court after an HBPD officer observed them drinking alcohol, then burying their cans in the sand. The officer required the men to clean up about 12 empty cans and dispose their trash in a receptacle.

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