Anna Maria is policed by MCSO.
Aug. 26, Sand Castle Resort, 200 Gulf Drive S., trespass. Bradenton Beach police were dispatched to a report of a man refusing a manager’s requests to leave. An officer found the man on the edge of the property. The manager again told the man to leave and not to return and the officer issued the man a trespass warning.
Aug. 27, Circle K, 103 Gulf Drive S., trespass. A report of an intoxicated man was met with a trespass warning. The man was told to leave and not return.
Bradenton Beach is policed by BBPD.
Aug. 23, 4500 block of 123rd Street West, court order. A Manatee County sheriff’s deputy responded to an argument between a man and a woman and determined the man was violating a domestic no-contact order. The man was arrested and transported to jail.
Aug. 25, 4300 block of 126th Street West, burglary. A vehicle break-in was reported and about $5 in change was stolen.
Cortez is policed by MCSO.
Aug. 24, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Gulf Drive, alcohol. A Holmes Beach police officer found two women on the beach after hours in possession of alcohol. The officer checked the beach after noticing a vehicle in a handicap spot in a parking lot. Parking and alcohol violations were issued.
Aug. 28, 500 block of 71st Street, burglary. A caretaker reported a break-in at a residence. Police responded and found the front door pried open and coins and jewelry stolen from a safe, which also had been pried open. A mallet was found and seized. Fingerprints were taken at the scene. Damages were estimated at $200 and stolen items valued at $800.
Aug. 28, 500 block of 72nd Street, burglary. Nineteen fishing reels, a satellite phone, a gun case and wooden stool were stolen. The owner called police about the burglary when he found his shotgun hanging in the bathroom, not in the case where he kept the gun. In the garage, he found 18 reels removed from 18 fishing poles. Checking his boat at his dock, the owner found another reel had been stolen. The stolen items were valued at $6,100.
Holmes Beach is policed by the HBPD.
Streetlife is based on incident reports and narratives from the BBPD, HBPD and MCSO.