Aug. 31, 606 N. Shore Drive, possible stolen property. A kayak was reported stolen from a rental unit but was later found at another rental property belonging to the same owner.
Anna Maria is policed by the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office.
Aug. 27, 2650 Gulf Drive South, Coquina Park, trespass warning. A homeless man was acting belligerent to employees at the beach and had twice been warned about trespassing midnight-6 a.m. at Coquina Park. A Bradenton Beach police officer issued a trespass warning and told the man to leave the park or he would be arrested. The man complied.
Aug. 31, 2300 block of Gulf Drive South, South Coquina Boat Ramp, rescue. A Bradenton Beach police officer assisted the Manatee County Sheriff’s Marine Unit with the retrieval of an intoxicated woman, who was floating on a swim noodle about .25 miles offshore. She was transported to Blake Medical Center for treatment.
Sept. 1, 109 Seventh St. N., Beach Beauty Salon, property damage. A woman reported a dent and other damage to her vehicle after she left it parked near the salon and took an Uber home. No witnesses could be located.
Bradenton Beach is policed by the Bradenton Beach Police Department.
Cortez is policed by the MCSO.
Sept 10, 12000 Manatee Ave. W., marijuana possession. A car was followed on Manatee Avenue in Holmes Beach to Perico Island and was stopped at 12000 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton, for registration issues. The officer observed the odor of marijuana and removed the driver and three passengers. A search found a pill bottle with .3 grams of marijuana in the handbag of a passenger, who was arrested for possession and transported to Manatee County jail. The driver and other passengers were released. The car was towed.
Sept. 11, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, alcohol and camping violations. A man was found sleeping on the beach next to a glass of beer. An officer awakened him, had him pour out the beer and the man left the area after being issued a notice to appear in court for camping and consuming alcohol on the beach.
Holmes Beach is policed by the HBPD.
Streetlife is based on incident reports and narratives from the BBPD, HBPD and MCSO.