Island police blotter
April 6, 100 block of Cedar Avenue, animal nuisance. A Manatee County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to an animal nuisance complaint. The complainant said her neighbor’s dog was barking, causing a disruption. The deputy sought assistance from Manatee County Animal Services.
April 6, 100 block of North Bay Boulevard, suspicious circumstances. The complainant said she parked her rented beach wagon at the Anna Maria City Pier bike rack and found it missing two hours later. A sheriff’s deputy found the wagon on the fishing section of the pier. A fisherman said he had asked someone to use the wagon move his fishing gear, and that person said he could. The deputy took the wagon to the complainant’s carport.
No new reports.
April 3, 7100 block of Gulf Drive, theft. A complainant said his bicycle was stolen from his bike rack. The complainant valued the bike at $100.
April 4, 4000 block of Gulf Drive, petit theft. A woman went to the Holmes Beach Police Department to report a past burglary to her vehicle at the Manatee Public Beach. She said when she returned to her vehicle, her windows were down and her purse, containing credit cards, a driver’s license and $463, was missing.
April 6, 300 block of 58th Street, burglary. The victim said on April 4 he found the front door of his house open and he was missing a PlayStation console, a digital camera and an iPod.
Mike Quinn, publisher of www.newsmanatee.com, contributed to this report.