Streetlife – 12-04-19

Island police blotter

Anna Maria

Nov. 27, 700 block of Jacaranda Road, found property. Eight rounds of 9 mm ammunition were found in a rental operated by a local property management company. When management attempted to mail the ammunition to the owner, the post office refused the package. The rounds were taken into MCSO property.

    Anna Maria is policed by MCSO.

Bradenton Beach

Nov. 24, Coquina Beach Park, 2650 Gulf Drive S., stolen vehicle. A motorist parked a 2005 Jeep Liberty. On return about two hours later, the vehicle was gone.

Nov. 23, Leffis Key, Coquina Park, 1800 Gulf Drive S., vehicle break-in. A person reported parking a 2009 Ford at the entrance to Leffis Key. The person walked on the nature path for about 15 minutes. Upon return, the person found a passenger window smashed and a large rock on the passenger seat. A wallet in the center console was not taken.

Nov. 18, 1200 block of Gulf Drive North, stolen vehicle. A person reported a rental car stolen from the parking lot of a vacation condo. The complainant had last seen the 2019 silver GMC Terrain Nov. 17.

Bradenton Beach is policed by the Bradenton Beach Police Department.


No reports.

Cortez is policed by MCSO.

Holmes Beach

Nov. 20, 3200 E. Bay Drive, loitering. HBPD was dispatched to Walgreens at 9:39 a.m. on a complaint by a manager who said a person was loitering at the store. Police spoke to a 53-year-old man, who stated he was a customer and allowed to be at the property. The manager told police the man was not welcome. The man left on foot without incident.

Nov. 23, 200 block of 84th Street, noise complaint. A person complained that a broken pool pump had been making a loud noise for weeks. The officer reported hearing an “excessive and unreasonable” loud humming noise about four houses away. The complainant stated they had contacted the code enforcement department and that they were looking into the complaint at the vacation rental, which appeared unoccupied.

Holmes Beach is policed by HBPD.

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