Anna Maria City
Jan. 11, 102 Mangrove Ave., theft. The complainant said someone had taken blueprints and permits from a construction site.
Jan. 11, 812 N. Shore Drive, theft. The same complainant as the previous report said someone had taken more blueprints and permits from this construction site.
Jan. 1, 500 block Bay Drive South, theft. The complainant said someone had taken a windsurfer from his house. A neighbor said he had seen someone take the board and load it into a pickup truck, and noted the tag number. Further investigation was ongoing.
Jan. 9, Coquina Beach, sexual battery. Bradenton Police contacted Bradenton Beach police officers after a woman was admitted to Blake Medical Center after a sexual battery incident on the beach. The woman said she had met a man at the beach after conversing with him and agreeing to meet on the Internet. At the meeting, he pulled off her pants and attempted to rape her. She broke away and went to the hospital. The investigation is continuing.
Jan. 6, 5600 block Carissa, Marchman Act. Officers observed an apparently intoxicated woman who could not give an address of where she was living. She was taken to jail.
Jan. 7, 5501 Marina Drive, Catcher’s Marina, theft. The dockmaster said someone took a fuel tank from his boat. The tank and fuel was valued at $360.
Jan. 7, 400 Manatee Avenue, affray and resisting arrest without violence. Officers observed a man and woman engaged in a physical altercation. Both combatants were handcuffed, the man resisted, and both were charged. The incident apparently involved ownership of a hat, and both appeared to have been drinking heavily.
Jan. 7, 3007 Gulf Drive, Anchor Inn, music. Officers responded to a complaint of loud music, and the owner was cited.
Jan. 8, 3700 block East Bay Drive, burglary. The complainant said various items had been strewn throughout the parking lot, apparently from a robbery of an unlocked vehicle. Wireless headphones valued at $160 were missing.
Jan. 8, 3700 block East Bay Drive, burglary. Another unlocked vehicle was robbed and a bike bag, valued at $40, was missing.
Jan. 8, 3700 block East Bay Drive, burglary. Yet another unlocked vehicle was robbed and a garbage disposal and tarps taken.
Jan. 8, 700 block Manatee Avenue, burglary. The complainant came to the police department to explain that someone had rummaged through his unlocked vehicle overnight. Nothing was missing except old receipts, he said.
Jan. 8, 3700 block Sixth Avenue, burglary. The complainant said that someone had taken his change tray and a cellular phone from his car overnight.
Jan. 10, 5600 block Gulf Drive, criminal mischief. Someone damaged a wall at the condominium.
Jan. 10, 699 Manatee Ave., Bank of America, fraud. The complainant said she transferred $62,373 to her account to close on her new residence, and when she received her statement from the bank discovered that $10,000 had been transferred from her account. She said the bank was investigating the incident, but she wanted documentation of a police report.
Jan. 11, 100 block 52nd Street, Baker Act. A man was placed in custody under the Baker Act after admitting to being depressed.