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Date of Issue: June 04, 2008

Streetlife

Anna Maria City

May 27, 12000 Gulf Drive, grand theft. The complainant said someone took her beach bag while she and her daughter were on the beach, then took the car keys from the bag and stole their car.

 

Bradenton Beach

May 21, 100 block Sixth Street South, fraud. The complainant said she believed her son had taken approximately $780 from her accounts. Warrants were issued for his arrest.

May 22, 116 Bridge Street, Sports Lounge, trespass. Officers issued a trespass warning for a woman who allegedly had stalked the complainant.

May 25, 2100 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Beach, drugs. Officers responded to a report of a fight on the beach. Upon a search, officers found three marijuana cigarettes in the pocket of Kyle P. McQuagge, 18, of Riverview. He was arrested.

May 26, 200 block Bay Drive North, domestic. Officers were dispatched on a domestic dispute. Upon arrival, a woman was found with blood coming from her chin, which she said was caused by her boyfriend. He was found asleep in a bedroom. Upon awakening, he became belligerent and was arrested. The woman declined to press charges, but the man was arrested on obstruction charges after he became abusive to officers.

 

Holmes Beach

May 23, 200 block 66th Street, criminal mischief. The complainant said someone broke a window of his house but did not gain entry. Damage was estimated at $100.

May 24, 600 block Concord Lane, theft. The complainant said someone took a stereo from a vehicle parked in the front of the house.

May 24, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, theft. The complainant said two people sitting near him on the beach had taken his belongings while he went for a walk on the beach, and pointed out his property to officers. Both people were charged with petty theft.

May 25, 8000 block Marina Isle Lane, theft. The complainant said someone took $350 worth of gear from his boat overnight.

May 25, 6300 block Gulf Drive, disturbance. The complainant said someone moved a beach canopy. The complainant and another family claimed ownership of the beach tent. A disturbance ensued, police confiscated the canopy in question until ownership could be ascertained. It was placed in evidence.

May 25, 3015 Gulf Drive, Citgo Gas, robbery. The complainant said three people, two men and a woman, had robbed him of his wallet and other items.

May 26, 3000 block Avenue E, battery. Officers responded to a report of a fight between two men. Two men were located, both appeared intoxicated, according to the report, one of whom said another man had attacked him on the beach. Subsequent investigation identified the man who had apparently attacked the other two. He was arrested.

May 26, 100 block 75th Street, burglary. The complainant said someone took her car stereo, valued at $250, from her vehicle.

May 27, 500 block 59th Street, domestic battery. Officers responded to a complaint of a domestic dispute at which the woman claimed a man grabbed her, ripped off her shirt, then left on his motorcycle, according to the report.

May 28, 100 block White Avenue, criminal mischief. The complainant said someone sprayed graffiti on a wall.

May 28, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, theft. The complainant said someone took a tide monitor from the beach.

May 28, 600 block Hampshire Lane, grand theft. The complainant said someone took three fishing poles with a value of $150 each from his boat in his backyard.

May 28, 400 block 76th Street, theft. The complainant said someone took a bougainvillea plant from her yard.

May 28, 500 block 59th Street, battery. Officers responded to a call of a man who had been a suspect of a domestic violence investigation earlier in the day and arrested him.

May 28, 3900 East Bay Drive, Publix, shoplifting. Officers responded to a complaint of a man shoplifting meat with a value of $77.26 from the store. He admitted the theft. Subsequent record checks revealed outstanding warrants from Volusia County, but extradition was declined. He was arrested.

May 29, 100 block White Avenue, damage. The complainant said someone took canvas frames and signs from the beach and threw them into the Gulf of Mexico overnight.

May 29, 5424 Marina Drive, Jessie’s Island Store, trespass. Officers were called regarding a suspicious person and found a man sleeping behind the store. He was issued a trespass warning.

May 29, 5600 block Gulf Drive, domestic. The complainant said she wanted a man at her home to leave. He decided to “take a break and allow things to cool down and would leave for the evening,” according to the report.

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