Anna Maria City
Nov. 8, 800 block North Shore Drive, criminal mischief. Deputies were alerted to graffiti on the access to the footbridge to Bean Point beach. Photographs were taken and fingerprints obtained, but no suspects located.
Nov. 7, 2300 block Avenue B, drugs. After an investigation, officers executed a search warrant and arrested Adam Dean Arling, 20, David Dean Arling, 20, and Jessica Lynn Boyd, 20, all of Bradenton Beach, on charges of possession of marijuana, possession to sell, manufacture and deliver marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Also confiscated was $3,700.
Oct. 27, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, trespass. Officers noticed two men drinking beer at the beach. The men declined to speak English and were issued a trespass warning.
Oct. 27, 7100 block Marina Drive, burglary. The complainants said someone entered their home and took an estimated $350 in electronics and about $350. Entry was apparently through an outside door to a bathroom. Fingerprints were taken.
Oct. 29, 3600 block East Bay Drive, disturbance. The complainant said he had hired a man to do some yard work for him, then went to a bank in an attempt to cash a check to pay for the work, but the check was not approved. The yard man became irate, stripped the keys from the vehicle’s ignition, threw them into some bushes and left the scene. Officers located the keys but were unable to locate the yard man, and the complainant declined to press charges.
Nov. 1, 7800 block Gulf Drive, criminal mischief. The complainant said someone broke his mailbox.
Nov. 1, 5426 Marina Drive, Jessie’s Island Store, assist. Officers were called after a man apparently left the establishment on his bicycle and then ran into a bale of hay on the roadway, placed for construction work. Witnesses said he fell and sustained a head injury. Paramedics were called, he was transported to Blake Medical Center, and his bicycle and 12-pack of beer were taken to a secure location at Jessie’s.
Nov. 1, 3901 Gulf Drive, Skinny’s, warrant. Officers were notified that a man with an outstanding warrant was at the establishment. He was arrested and jailed.
Nov. 2, 5808 Marina Drive, Duffy’s Tavern. The complainant said a man at the bar had yelled at his son, then got into an altercation which involved pushing. After discussing the situation with both men, they apologized and left the establishment.
Nov. 3, 5424 Marina Drive, Jessie’s Island Store, suspicious. Officers were called to the establishment due to a car parked behind the store. Officers were unable to gain the attention of the white female in the vehicle. Firefighters were called and gained entry to the locked vehicle. The occupant was then transported to Blake Medical Center under the Baker Act. The vehicle was towed.
Nov. 4, 500 block 69th Street, watering ban. Officers responded to a report of illegal watering and notified code enforcement of the matter.
Nov. 5, 248 S. Harbor Drive, St. Bernard Catholic Church, trespass. Officers responded to a complaint of someone skateboarding on church property and issued a trespass warning.
Nov. 5, 4700 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Elementary School, burglary. Officers responded to a burglary at the school where numerous, or most, of the grounds equipment had been taken from a shed.
Nov. 5, 248 S. Harbor Drive, St. Bernard Catholic Church, criminal mischief, theft. The complainant said that someone took generators and other equipment from storage sheds at the church that belonged to the Anna Maria Island Community Center. The generators taken were estimated at more than $1,500 in value.
Nov. 6, Gladstone and Key Royale Drive, criminal mischief. The complainant said a truck cut the corner of the intersection and created a rut in city property beside the road.
Nov. 6, 3007 Gulf Drive, Anchor Inn, suspicious. Officers responded to a call of a man who apparently attempted to leave the bar without paying his tab. The man eventually left the bar with another patron to get some money from his home on Longboat Key, but Longboat Key police stopped the vehicle and discovered an outstanding warrant on the man.
Nov. 7, 400 block 76th Street, disorderly, drugs. Officers responded to an alleged drunk pedestrian and escorted her home. She became belligerent and, after repeated requests to calm down, was taken into custody. After transportation to jail, Alicia Ware, 19, of Holmes Beach, was found to have a hydrocodone pill and was also charged with possession of drugs.
Nov. 7, 5600 Marina Drive, Domino’s Pizza, theft. The complainant said that someone took her license plate from her car while she was at work.
Nov. 7, 5801 Marina Drive, fraud, DUI. The complainant went to the police department to report that someone had stolen her credit card and was using it throughout the city. Officers ran a record’s check on the complainant and discovered that Michelle D. Kelly, 30, of Holmes Beach, had an outstanding warrant for her arrest for driving under the influence. She was arrested and jailed