Streetlife – 02-19-2020

Anna Maria

No new reports.

MCSO polices Anna Maria.

Bradenton Beach

Feb. 9, 2600 block of Gulf Drive North, recovered stolen vehicle. An officer responded to calls from Sandpiper Resort residents who spotted an abandoned Jet Ski at the park’s waterfront dock. The officer identified the vessel as stolen from Miami. The registered owner was not reached and the vehicle was towed for storage.

Feb. 10, 100 block of Bridge Street, recovered stolen vehicle. An employee from DL Porter Constructors reported a 2018 Ford F-150 missing. He said the truck was parked at a construction site, with the keys in the ignition and a door unlocked. An officer found the vehicle parked and unoccupied a few blocks away, with the keys inside. The owner responded to the scene, reported nothing missing and did not want further investigation. The owner took possession of the truck.

BBPD polices Bradenton Beach.


No new reports.

MCSO polices Cortez.

Holmes Beach

Feb. 5, Anna Maria Elementary, 4700 block of Gulf Drive, assist. A Holmes Beach Police Department officer was dispatched to meet with Manatee County Child Protective Services to investigate a child who allegedly was hit by the mother. No bruising was found and the case was dropped.

Feb. 7, 500 block of 59th Street, identity theft. A man reported he received a Verizon notice for an unpaid bill, but has no such account. He also received a collection notice for the account. A report was filed.

Feb. 8, 200 block of 43rd Street, traffic stop. A patrol officer received a license plate alert. Upon stopping a female driver, the officer determined she was driving without a license, registration or proof of insurance and an expired tag. She was issued two traffic tickets.

Feb. 9, 100 block of 52nd Street, traffic stop. A patrol officer received a license plate reader alert. The female driver was placed under arrest for driving on a suspended license with knowledge. She was processed and transported to the county jail.

Feb. 9, 4000 Gulf Drive, traffic stop. An officer observed a vehicle fail to stop at a flashing red light and stopped the male driver, who had a suspended license. He was arrested, processed at the police station and released.

Feb. 10, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Gulf Drive, theft. An officer was dispatched to the public beach on a complaint from a woman that her iPad was stolen from a bench. She requested a police report and a case number to file an insurance claim with her service provider.

HBPD polices Holmes Beach.

Streetlife is based on incident reports and narratives from the BBPD, HBPD and MCSO.

One thought on “Streetlife – 02-19-2020

  1. Richard

    Too late for the woman with the stolen iPad, but here’s a tip for everyone…When you buy an expensive item like an iPad, computer, camera, smart phone, write down the serial number and send it in an email TO YOURSELF! That way, no matter where you might be when a theft like that occurs you can access the imformation for the police, insurance, etc., anywhere you can get onto your email account…

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