Streetlife – 10-09-2019

Anna Maria

        Sept. 25, 300 block of Iris Street, found property. A 2002 Chevy Suburban was in for repairs and the shop owner failed to return the SUV owner’s calls. Manatee County Sheriff’s Deputy Joann Parkinson tracked the vehicle to a parking lot on 14th Street in Bradenton. The SUV owner went to the lot and picked up the vehicle.

Oct. 1, 100 block of Oak Avenue, suspicious circumstance. MCSO deputies were dispatched to a report about a suspicious person. No such person was found.

Anna Maria is policed by MCSO.

Bradenton Beach

No reports.

Bradenton Beach is policed by the Bradenton Beach Police Department.

Cortez

Sept. 23, 3800 block of 116th Street Court West, assault. A woman reported a past assault in her home and at a grocery store.

        Cortez is policed by MCSO.

Holmes Beach

        Sept. 27, 500 block of Manatee Avenue, Baker Act/license. Holmes Beach police stopped a 23-year-old Bradenton woman for failing to stop at the intersection on Gulf Drive before turning east. An officer determined her license was suspended and placed her under arrest. She told police her license was not suspended and began to cry. At the station, she told police she was not feeling well and that she needed medication. The officers released her from arrest, warned her for the traffic violation and issued a citation for the suspended license. She was transported to Blake Medical Center in Bradenton for treatment.

Sept. 28, Waterline Marina Resort & Beach Club, 5325 Marina Drive, larceny. Two fishing rods valued at $280 were taken from a man’s boat left overnight at the marina. Police were checking a video camera for evidence.

Sept. 29, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Gulf Drive, battery. Three males were making inappropriate comments about a woman, who then told her family. One of the men then pushed and twisted the neck of one of the complainant’s family members. The three men say the family was recording the men on a cell phone. A witness who observed the argument reported no physical contact. Police submitted a request to the state attorney’s office because the victim asked to press charges against the alleged offender.

Holmes Beach is policed by the Holmes Beach Police Department.

        Streetlife is based on incident reports and narratives from the Bradenton Beach and Holmes Beach police departments and the MCSO.

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