Anna Maria City
May 12, 100 Spring Ave., Sandbar Restaurant, trespass. The restaurant manager told a customer he could no longer be served alcoholic beverages. After an altercation, Manatee County Sheriff’s Office deputies issued a trespass warning on the customer, who then left.
May 8, 200 Gulf Drive N., BeachHouse Restaurant, disturbance. Police responded to an altercation involving a woman. No further information was provided.
May 9, 1325 Gulf Drive, Tortuga Inn, theft. No further information was provided.
May 9, 1407 Gulf Drive, Coquina Moorings, theft. No further information was provided.
May 9, 2200 block Avenue A, theft. No further information was provided.
May 10, 1325 Gulf Drive, Tortuga Inn, burglary of vehicle. No further information was provided.
May 13, 2513 Gulf Drive, Circle K, trespass. A woman was issued a trespass warning. No further information was provided.
May 14, 2400 block Avenue B, domestic. A man was charged with domestic violence. No further information was provided.
May 6, 500 block 58th Street, loose dog. The complainant said she was walking her dog when another larger dog jumped on her dog. She did not see any injuries to her dog. Police contacted the owner, who said his dog slipped out an open door. Police determined the stray pooch was not aggressive and had current rabies vaccinations.
May 9, 3100 block Avenue F, burglary. The complainant said someone took his nylon briefcase from his vehicle, which contained his checkbook and other papers.
May 9, 500 block Bayview Drive, theft. The complainant said someone took a propeller, valued at $200, from his boat.
May 9, 2900 Gulf Drive on the beach, theft. The complainant said someone took his waist pack containing a digital camera, identification, credit cards and $60 left on the beach while he was having lunch.
May 10, 3600 Gulf Drive, hit and run. Officers responded to an accident. According to witnesses, a car swerved into their motorcycle’s path, nearly striking their bike, but running head-on into a car following them. The car that caused the crash sped off, with the witnesses in pursuit. Officers tracked down the vehicle and relieved the driver from the witnesses, who had captured the man. He was arrested for reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident.
May 11, 2700 block Avenue C, theft. The complainant said two propellers were taken from his boat in back of his house. He later went to a marine surplus store in Bradenton and discovered that a man claiming to have owned a marina in Holmes Beach sold a number of boat props to the store owner. The investigation is continuing.
May 11, 5368 Gulf Drive, Island Gallery, theft. The store employee said two women came to the store, indicated they wanted to purchase several items located at the back of the store, left the items on the back of the shop, then suddenly left. The employee later realized that $82 and her credit card were missing from her purse.
May 11, 5800 Marina Drive, DUI. Officers noted a man driving above the speed limit and followed. He was driving erratically, according to the report, until he stopped. Officers noted the driver, Lawrence E. Zielinski, 60, of Bradenton, had an open container of alcohol. He did not do well on field sobriety tests, refused to take a breath test at the police station, and was charged with driving under the influence.