Anna Maria City
Nov. 10, 400 block Poinsettia Boulevard, burglary. The complainant said that someone took items from their home while they were away.
Nov. 11, 300 block Pine Avenue, criminal mischief. The complainant said that someone had sprayed graffiti on the side of the building.
Nov. 15, 100 block Park Avenue, burglary. The complainant said someone entered her home through the garage door and took miscellaneous objects from the home.
Nov. 5, 200 block 22nd Street, theft. The complainant said that someone had been removing lawn ornaments from her property in the past few weeks, valued at about $62.
Nov. 9, 2400 block Avenue C, t heft. The complainant said that someone took his license plate validation sticker.
Nov. 10, 110 Bridge St., Sports Lounge, battery. Officers were called to deal with a disturbance in the parking lot of the bar, where it was subsequently determined that a husband and wife had gotten into a physical altercation. The husband was arrested.
Nov. 9, 100 block 81st Street, theft. The complainant said when he returned to the Island from his other home he noticed that rocks and an outdoor table were missing from his residence, with a total value of $800.
Nov. 9, 300 block 65th Street, theft. The complainant said someone took his brother’s barbecue grill, valued at $150.
Nov. 10, 5410 Marina Drive, D.Coy Ducks, trespass. Officers responded to a complaint of customer problems. After repeated warnings by officers, the two men refused to leave the bar area. One was arrested for refusing to comply to the trespass warning. The other man returned to the bar, and was later arrested, also on trespass charges.
Nov. 10, 39 block Sixth Avenue, drug paraphernalia. Officers on patrol noticed a van stalled on the road. The driver said he wasn’t sure he had a valid driver’s license and subsequently apparently threw something away from him, which was later identified as a pipe used for smoking crack cocaine. Donald W. Sisemore, 33, of Holmes Beach, was arrested on charges of destroying/tampering with evidence to obstruction and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Nov. 11, 5400 Marina Drive, warrant. Officers observed a man on a bicycle driving at night without lights. A record check revealed outstanding warrants from the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office, and he was arrested.
Nov. 14, 600 block Ivanhoe Drive, criminal mischief. The complainant said that someone shot a BB into the glass door of his home. Damage was estimated at $400.