Streetlife – 10-10-2018

Anna Maria

      Sept. 24, 216 Pine Ave., Unit C, attempted theft. Efforts to shoplift from a store were blocked when a store owner twice stopped a woman as she tried to walk out with clothes without paying for them. The woman fled in a silver convertible.

Anna Maria is policed by the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office.

Bradenton Beach

      Sept. 29, 100 block of Seventh Street North, disorderly intoxication. A 48-year-old man was arrested after he was reported pounding on his vehicle and urinating in the parking lot. The man told police he was drinking all day after learning his wife wanted a divorce. He was transported to Manatee County jail. His vehicle was towed.

      Oct. 1, 200 Bridge St., boat anchorage, disorderly conduct/obstruction. A 53-year-old man was arrested after challenging a Bradenton Beach officer and others to fight, threatening to kill others and disobeying police commands. After he was pepper-sprayed, he jumped into a boat. The U.S. Coast Guard assisted in locating the man, who was taken into custody and transported to jail.

Bradenton Beach is policed by BBPD.


Sept. 20, Seafood Shack, 4110 127th St. W., found property. An Uber driver gave a man a ride to the restaurant and later found the passenger’s passport in his vehicle. The driver dropped off the passport to the MCSO, which placed it in safekeeping and attempted to contact the man.

Cortez is policed by the MCSO.

Holmes Beach

Sept. 19, 5300 block of Marina Drive, marijuana ordinance. A 35-year-old Bradenton woman was cited for violating the marijuana ordinance after 3.9 grams of cannabis was found in a search. The woman was pulled over in an SUV pulling a trailer without a tag, for which she also was issued a citation. The cannabis, a grinder and diazepam pill were confiscated.

Sept. 22, 5501 Marina Drive, endangered/missing person. Dispatchers notified police of a vehicle with a disability tag driving erratically. Police stopped the 83-year-old male driver, who told police he was taking heart medication and wasn’t able to remember the past couple of days. He also said he’d traveled from Port St. Lucie to Marathon to Holmes Beach. Police transported the man to Blake Medical Center and called his wife. His car was left at Keyes Marina.

Holmes Beach is policed by HBPD.

Streetlife is based on incident reports and narratives from the BBPD, HBPD and MCSO.

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