Anna Maria City
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Feb. 14, Coquina Beach, drug possession. While on patrol, officers noticed people trespassing at a lifeguard stand and noticed a strong smell of marijuana when they approached the station. After a search, police charged a juvenile girl and Katerina Susan Bouchard, 18, of Bradenton, with possession of marijuana.
Feb. 17, 200 Gulf Drive N., traffic. Officers noticed a man who was known to have a suspended driver’s license driving a vehicle and charged him with the infraction.
Feb. 18, 100 Gulf Drive N., Circle K, trespass. Officers issued a trespass warning for a man the store clerk said was giving cigarettes to minors.
Feb. 15, 4800 Second Ave., driver’s license. Officers stopped a vehicle for running a stop sign and charged the driver with operating a vehicle with a revoked driver’s license and the traffic infraction.
Feb. 17, 5600 block Carissa, trespass. The contractor at a construction site said someone had been dumping trash in the job-site Dumpster.
Feb. 17, 5351 Gulf Drive, Niki’s Island Treasures, shoplifting. The clerk saw three teenaged girls and a boy enter the store, and noticed two rings missing when the youths left. The rings had a total value of $57.
Feb. 18, 2900 Gulf Drive, drugs and open beverage. During a traffic stop, officers noticed a case of beer in the bed of the pickup truck. The driver said he was holding the beer for his father. After a search of the vehicle, officers discovered a small amount of marijuana and charged Bradley R. Timms, 18, of Bradenton, with possession of drugs and alcohol.
Feb. 20, 100 block 49th Street, criminal mischief. The complainant called police when he heard glass breaking outside his home. Officers discovered that someone had draped his landscaping and car with toilet paper and had broken two jalousie windows of his front door. Damage was estimated at $75.
Feb. 21, 4700 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Elementary School, theft. The complainant said she left her camera in the cafeteria and, when she returned for it several hours later, it was missing. It was valued at $130.
Feb. 21, 100 block 81st Street, burglary. The complainant said someone had entered her house through a window while she was asleep and took her purse. Credit cards, a cell phone and $120 in cash was reported missing.