Island police blotter
May 10, 400 block of South Bay Drive, marine call. A victim reported a man was attempting to pull his sunken vessel to the shoreline with his kayak. The boater would not speak to the deputy. The deputy advised dispatch to call the Manatee County Sheriff Office marine unit.
No new reports.
May 13, 400 block of Clark Drive, theft. An officer responded and met with the victim, who said her stroller had been stolen from in front of her house.
May 13, 5300 and 7000 block of Gulf Drive, theft. An officer responded to three complaints of fire extinguisher theft. One complainant said the extinguishers were taken from the front of his building. Another said seven extinguishers had been discharged.
May 13, 100 block of 31st Street, theft. A man reported who had previously reported theft of a wallet, including his debit card from his vehicle, reported that when he closed his accounts, he noticed numerous checks had been cashed and several transactions had been made on his debit card.
May 13, 500 block of 67th Street, domestic battery. An officer was dispatched in reference to domestic battery. The complainant said a man pushed her mother to the ground and kicked her. The complainant said she and her husband had an argument about him having a six-month affair. The complainant said she did not want her husband arrested and became uncooperative. The man was placed under arrest for domestic battery.
May 10, 100 block of 52nd Street, burglary. The complainants said they left their vehicle unlocked in front of their residence and later noticed the radio faceplate and some CDs were missing.
Mike Quinn, publisher of www.newsmanatee.com, contributed to this report.