Streetlife – 03-06-2019

Anna Maria

Feb. 10, 875 N. Shore Drive, Rod & Reel Pier, fWc violation. a manatee county Sheriff’s deputy observed a group of people fishing on the pier and noticed the smell of marijuana. When approached, all said they did not have any drugs in their possession and a backpack search produced none. When asked for fishing licenses, one person could not produce one and was charged with a noncriminal offense.

Feb. 24, 9701 gulf drive, Slim’s place Bar and grill, domestic disturbance. a deputy responded to a domestic disturbance call. a man and women told the deputy it was a misunderstanding. domestic packets were given and the subjects were transported home.

Anna Maria is policed by the MCSO.

Bradenton Beach

Feb. 27, 1800 block of gulf drive, runaway Bay condominiums, property damage. a man vacationing from michigan heard a noise. He went outside and found the rear window broken on his pickup truck cab broken.

Bradenton Beach is policed by BBPD.

Holmes Beach

Feb. 20, 5400 B marina drive, Seaside Laundro- mat, battery. a man reported that a woman became verbally abusive toward him while he was doing laun- dry. She jumped on his back and tried to tackle him. the woman’s roommate arrived and tried to remove her from the laundromat. the victim returned 40 minutes later to find his clothes on the floor with beer poured on them. He contacted police, who took photographs of his injuries and looked at the sur- veillance video from the laundromat. When police went to woman’s home, she became verbally abusive and was arrested and transported to manatee county jail.

Feb. 21, 5600 gulf drive, warrant assist. a patrol officer went to a residence to arrest a man on a felony warrant. He was located nearby in a parked van gasping for air. manatee county emergency medical Services was called and administered naloxone and the man was transported to Blake medical center in Bradenton, where a manatee county Sheriff’s deputy placed the man under arrest.

Feb. 21, 4000 gulf drive, manatee public Beach, theft. a bag was stolen from a picnic table. it con- tained an apple ipad, cash, a credit card and a florida driver’s license. the bag was found and missing only the cash.

Holmes Beach is policed by HBPD.

Streetlife is based on incident reports and narra- tives from the BBpd, HBpd and mcSo.

Reporter Sandy ambrogi contributed to this report.

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