Oct. 10, 600 block of Gladiolus Street, theft. A 100-foot electrical cord that came with a rented golf cart was reported stolen.
Oct. 12, 100 block of Tern Drive, suspicious incident. Two males with backpacks were seen walking and then piloting two kayaks — with transport wheels attached — on a canal.
Oct. 13, 400 block of Alamanda Road, suspicious incident. A group of five males and one female arrived Oct. 7 in a golf cart. The property rental agent and owner told police the group stayed overnight at the unit, but they had not rented it. Nothing was found missing. There had been no forced entry. A luggage identification tag with flight arrival information was secured by the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office.
Oct. 14, 700 block of Jacaranda Road, burglary and criminal mischief. More than $1,000 in damage was reported to the entry and interior of a residence.
Anna Maria is policed by the MCSO.
Oct. 15, Sports Lounge, 118 Bridge St., battery. Police responded to a disturbance. A man and woman argued about a theft from the man’s boat, and the argument escalated to yelling and the man alleged the woman spat in his face. The woman admitted to spitting but said her spit did not hit the man. The man asked to press charges. The officer took the man’s affidavit and requested the state attorney to issue a charge. The officer arrested the woman on an outstanding warrant for not answering a summons.
Oct. 16, The Uptown Lot, 110 Bridge St., theft. A wrought iron chair, valued at $849, was stolen. The owner reported the chair had been one of two located outside by the doorway to the business.
Oct. 16, BridgeWalk motel, 100 Bridge St., trespass. A 50-year-old man was trespassed after warning. He had been warned Oct. 14 not to re-visit the property. A Bradenton Beach police officer took the man into custody and transported him to the Manatee County jail.
Oct. 18, Sports Lounge, 118 Bridge St., trespass warning. A bartender flagged a patrol officer and asked for a man to be issued a trespass warning. The bartender told the officer he was tired of people loitering in front of the business. The man was told to leave, warned about the trespass and told not to return.
Oct. 20, Historic Bridge Street Pier, 200 Bridge St., trespass warning. Two men lying under the clock tower with an open bottle of vodka and two cups between them were warned about trespassing and alcohol violations. They were told to leave and when police asked if they understood they’d be arrested for trespass if they returned, they replied, “Yes.”
Oct. 20, Bridge Street Bazaar, 117 Bridge St., trespass warning. A manager called police because two males were asleep on a bench on store property. Police woke them up and reported a strong odor of alcohol on their breath. They were warned about the trespass, told to leave and that they faced arrest if they returned.
Bradenton Beach is policed by the Bradenton Beach Police Department.
Oct. 11, 12400 block of 45th Avenue West, domestic disturbance. A man and woman argued and a deputy responded. No physical violence was observed or reported.
Oct. 13, 4300 block of 127th Street West, Baker Act. A man who had cut himself told police he didn’t want to live. EMS and MCSO responded and transported him to Blake Medical Center in Bradenton.
Cortez is policed by the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office.
Oct. 13, 300 block of Clark Drive, theft. A front license tag off a Honda Civic registered in Virginia was reported stolen Oct. 8-11. Holmes Beach police advised the stolen plate was entered into the law enforcement database.
Oct. 13, 500 block of 68th Street, burglary. Paintings, a laptop computer, mirrors, jewelry and a marble bird statue, all valued at $5,000, was reported stolen. Other items of value remained in the residence.
Oct. 14, 100 block of 48th Street, trespass. A woman was found banging on a door at a residence at 6:12 a.m. The man at the residence had told her to leave, but she refused. It was the second time Holmes Beach police had been called that morning out to the residence. She was issued a trespass warning and advised not to return to the property
Holmes Beach is policed by Holmes Beach Police Department.
Streetlife is based on incident reports and narratives from the BBPD, HBPD and MCSO.