Anna Maria City
June 2, 700 block Jacaranda, domestic dispute.
According to the report, the argument was between a
woman and her boyfriend. A juvenile was also present. The couple had
only lived in the residence for a few days and the man left for the evening.
No arrests were made in the incident.
4, 9700 block Gulf Drive, stolen vehicle recovered.
According to the report, the MCSO deputy was driving south on Gulf Drive
when he observed a vehicle that had previously been reported stolen traveling
northbound. By the time he turned his car around and proceeded to the
vehicle, the occupants had abandoned the car and left the scene. The
car was processed for fingerprints and released to its rightful owner.
May 28, Coquina Beach, weapon/controlled
substance. While on patrol, officers noticed a car
pull into the beach with a loud stereo. During a traffic stop, officers
detected the smell of marijuana and observed a bag of same on the front
seat. Police later recovered eight bags of what was later tested positive
for marijuana, $981 in cash and a 9-mm pistol. Arrested was Tyron Ruben
Harris, 23, of Bradenton.
May 29, Coquina Beach,
aggravated battery. The complainant said he was shot
in the face with a pellet gun by an unknown assailant. The complinant
said he chased the shooter on foot and had a brief fist fight with him
before he escaped.. The complainant received two stitches for the wound.
May 30, Coquina Beach, Baker Act. A woman
took a large number of prescription drugs and asked
the people in the car next to her to call paramedics. She was placed
in the hospital under the Baker Act.
June 2, Circle K, 2513 Gulf Drive, shoplifting. The store owner saw
the suspect take a can of beer from a cooler and leave the store without
paying for it. Police later found the man, who said he took the beer
because he was thirsty. He was given a summons and issued a trespass
warning to the store.
June 5, Circle K, 2513 Gulf Drive, misdemeanor
theft. Officers responded to the store owner’s call of a person who walked
out of the store without paying for a can of beer.
June 5, 7500 block Gulf Drive, battery.
The altercation was reportedly between two men involving
a TV remote. One of the men had left the house by the time police arrived.
No one was arrested in the incident, but the case was turned over to
the state attorney’s
office for further investigation.
June 5, 3200 block Sixth Avenue, theft.
A bicycle was reported stolen.