June 6, alcohol violation, Bean Point beach. A man was found in possession of an open container of beer next to a posted "no alcohol" sign.
June 9, false alarm, 1407 Gulf Drive. Deputies responded to a false alarm reported at Coquina Moorings in Bradenton Beach but found no cause for the disturbance.
June 10, arrest, 200 block of Magnolia Avenue. Officer arrested a man driving down Gulf Drive with outstanding warrants.
June 11, lost property, 101 S. Bay Blvd. The report stated a woman's wallet was reported missing in the vicinity of the post office.
June 11, theft, 799 N. Shore Blvd. A tennis racquet was reported missing after a witness said they saw an acquaintance leaving with a racquet and also noticed the absence of the racquet.
June 7, altercation, 135 Bridge St., BridgeTender Inn. Two men were reported to be having a dispute at the restaurant over ordering a boat part when one man was hit in the face and the other was grabbed by the throat and thrown against the bar. Both stated they were not injured and declined to file charges.
June 7, outstanding warrant and traffic violation, Fourth Street South. The officer pulled over a speeding vehicle and learned the driver had a warrant for violation of probation. The driver was taken to Manatee County Jail.
June 7, suspended license. An officer observed a driver operating a vehicle on a suspended license after a prior warning was issued earlier that day. The officer then issued a notice for the defendant to appear in court and to also remove the license plate from the vehicle. Driver was reported to be verbal and abusive.
June 7, burglary, 1101 Gulf Drive N. The office of Queen's Gate Resort was broken into and a bag of coins from vending machines was reported stolen as well as a set of keys to various doors and machines at the resort. Two vending machines were also reported to have money missing.
June 4, theft, 3803 E. Bay Drive. A tile saw valued at $250, a table saw and 60 square feet of ceramic tile were reported stolen from a carport. Neighbors said they did not see anyone in the area.
June 4, speeding, outstanding warrant, 3200 E. Bay Drive. Driver was pulled over for doing 48 mph in a 35-mph zone. The driver also had an outstanding warrant from Sarasota County and was taken into custody.
June 4, probation violation, 3000 Block of Gulf Drive.
June 5, theft, 525 67th St. The report stated that while a car was left running, a wallet was taken from a purse.
June 5, theft, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, a bag was reported missing after being unattended.
June 6, outstanding warrant, 5200 block of Gulf Drive. A man was transported to jail for driving with an outstanding warrant. He was pulled over by the officer and, after failing to produce a license, was determined to be driving with an expired tag.
June 7, criminal mischief, 4700 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Elementary School. A custodian reported damage to a chain-link fence near the school basketball court.
June 9, battery,4902 Gulf Drive. A woman was reported to have a domestic dispute with her boyfriend and his son. The report included that the woman had been under the influence of alcohol and threw a computer and also left scratches on the neck of the boyfriend's son.
June 9, theft, 6600 block of Holmes Boulevard. A women reported $3,000 missing from her home after she returned from vacation. There was no evidence of forced entry and, according to the report, nothing else was reported touched, moved or missing.
June 9, harassment, 200 block of 77th Street. According to police, threats were made by a suspect using a cell phone to the victim's family members. There is an alleged history of threats from the caller and a waiver of prosecution was signed.
June 10, theft, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach. The complaint reported that he left his possessions on the fishing pier unattended and someone took his baseball cap, wallet and cell phone, although his keys and T-shirt were recovered.
June 10, theft, 4700 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Elementary School. The principal of the school said the custodians reported missing tools and keys during the school year and say the problem is growing. The school board does not keep records or serial numbers on the items, and it is unknown whether the items have been misplaced, lost or stolen.