Streetlife – 12-11-19

Bradenton Beach

      No new reports.

      Bradenton Beach is policed by the Bradenton Beach Police Department.

Anna Maria

      Nov. 27, South Bay Boulevard and Pine Avenue, Resisting and obstruction of officer. Manatee County sheriff’s deputies responded to reports at around 9:44 p.m. of a person walking and yelling at motorists. A deputy reported the female subject was claiming to be God. According to the report, she refused to give her name and, when asked if she had any weapons, she pulled her coat tightly around herself. Police said she refused to let them pat her down and, when attempting to handcuff her, she stiffened her arms. The 31-year-old Bradenton woman was charged with resisting and obstructing an officer. Her bond was set at $500 and she was given a court date of Dec. 30.

Anna Maria is policed by MCSO.


      Nov. 24, San Remo condos, 10004 Cortez Road W., theft. Deputies responded to a caller regarding the theft of the tag from the caller’s trailer, which was parked in the condo parking lot. When the complainant went to take the boat out, he noticed the tag missing. He said it was attached with screws and not likely to have fallen off. MCSO entered the tag into a database.

Cortez is policed by MCSO.

Holmes Beach

      Dec. 1, Kingfish Boat Ramp, 752 Manatee Ave., illegal advertising. Holmes Beach police were dispatched to the public boat ramp on a complaint of advertising materials left on vehicles. A kayak with a “rent me” sign also was parked in the front of the parking lot. Management of the kayak company was contacted and advised that the advertising was not in compliance with city regulations and the code enforcement department was notified.

Nov. 29, 5424 Marina Drive, Shell Station, warrant arrest. Holmes Beach police received information from MCSO warrant’s division about a possible subject living in Holmes Beach. While on patrol at 9:52 a.m., police spotted the person at the gas station. HBPD said the warrant was confirmed and the woman was arrested and transported to the Manatee County jail.

Nov. 28, D.Coy Ducks Tavern, 5410 Marina Drive, trespass. Police were dispatched at 1:08 a.m. on a complaint of an intoxicated man who refused to leave the bar. According to police, the man appeared to be intoxicated and was uncooperative. He was issued a trespass warning and left the scene.

Holmes Beach is policed by MCSO.

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

        — Leslie Lake

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