Anna Maria City
Aug. 2, 100. S. Bay Blvd., information. Deputies were advised of a woman who had jumped in the water. The woman’s mother said she had been depressed. Deputies contacted various agencies that had marine rescue equipment and followed the woman on foot along the shore. As she was approaching the Rod & Reel Pier from the water, a man at the pier borrowed a boat, coaxed her from the water into the boat and took her to shore. She said she was depressed over a bad relationship with her boyfriend and she agreed to speak to a counselor.
Aug. 1, 500 block Bay Drive South, warrant arrest. Officers arrested a man on outstanding warrants.
Aug. 2, 2000 Gulf Drive, Bungalow Beach Resort, burglary. The complainant said someone took cameras and electronic equipment from his vehicle.
Aug. 1, 200 block South Harbor Drive, theft. The complainant said overnight someone took his outboard boat motor from his vessel. The motor was valued at $3,500. The complainant said he suspected a man who had come by earlier to rent the house may have taken the motor.
Aug. 2, 100 block 77th Street, burglary. The complainant said someone burglarized her car, taking cameras and identification as well as credit cards and $35.
Aug. 2, 500 block 70th Street, trespass. The complainant said that a friend was disturbing her. He was issued a trespass warning.
Aug. 2, 600 block Crestwood Drive, theft. The complainant said that several items from his mother’s estate, mostly jewelry, were missing and, according to the report, the victim suspected a woman who had been hired to assist with sorting through the estate may have been involved.
Aug. 2, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, trespass. Officers were called after two men were seen drinking at the cafe. One had a previous trespass warning, and he was arrested; the other was issued a trespass warning and left the beach.
Aug. 3, 6500 Flotilla Drive, burglary. The complainant said she was supposed to check the condo unit while the owners were out of town and she found two televisions missing. Upon contacting the owner, she said that there were various repair crews working in the unit at the time.
Aug 6, 5608 Gulf Drive, Sun Plaza West, burglary. The complainant said that someone took fishing gear valued at approximately $1,600 from his pickup truck.
Aug. 6, 600 block Emerald Lane, fraud. The complainant said that had he entered into a contract with a Sarasota company to replace his driveway, but work was not done. The matter was referred to the state attorney’s office.
Aug. 6, Gulf Drive, Playa Encantada, burglary. The complainant said someone took his three bicycles from in back of his parking garage. The complainant said he suspected that juveniles that had been ejected from the property earlier in the day may have taken the bikes.
Aug. 7, 200 block 28th Street, domestic disturbance. Officers responded to a domestic call. The man said he had access to the house; his wife said she had changed the locks, apparently in violation of a court order that allowed him access to the property, according to reports. Tape recordings of his conversations with his wife were played, according to the report. Both parties were issued domestic violence packets.