Streetlife - 07-01-2020

Anna Maria

June 19, 700 block of Jacaranda Road, near drowning. The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office assisted Manatee County Emergency Medical Services in response to a child found in swimming pool who coughed up some water but never stopped breathing or lost consciousness. The child did not require medical treatment.

June 21, 100 N. Bay Blvd., Anna Maria City Pier, traffic hazard. MCSO deputies responded to a complaint that a vehicle parked near the Anna Maria City Pier blocked the island trolley’s access to a turn-around. A ticket was issued.

June 21, 800 block of North Shore Drive, noise. The MCSO responded to a complaint about loud music from boats near Bean Point. No violation was issued.

June 21, 600 block of Fern Street, noise. The MCSO received a report about loud music in the area. No violation was issued.

June 25, 100 block of Spring Avenue on the beach, theft. A Bradenton man reported the theft of his wallet, valued at about $15. An affidavit was issued.

Anna Maria is policed by the MCSO.

Bradenton Beach

June 19, Coquina Beach, 2650 Gulf Drive S., trespassing. While on beach patrol, an officer from the Bradenton Beach Police Department witnessed three people enter the property after park hours. The officer recognized a man, who had been issued a trespass warning from the location within the past year. The officer arrested and transported the subject to the Manatee County jail.

June 20, 100 block of Ninth Street North, domestic disturbance. An officer responded to third-party reports of a domestic disturbance and found an intoxicated woman who had made a mess of her condominium. She told the officer she threw out her boyfriend after an argument and, in the process, threw his personal belongings outside. Officers located the boyfriend, who said he would stay with a friend for the night. Both parties were given victim’s rights pamphlets.

BBPD polices Bradenton Beach.


No new reports.

      MCSO polices Cortez.

Holmes Beach

June 17, 200 block of North Harbor Drive, disturbance. An officer was called to a domestic dispute. No charges were filed.

June 17, 100 block of 81st Street, information. A woman reported she lost or someone stole a part attached to her trailer hitch. A case number was issued.

June 18, 100 block of Aqua Lane, assist EMS. An officer was dispatched by Emergency Medical Services to assist with a man who fell 10 feet at a construction site and hit his head. The man was transported to Blake Medical Center in Bradenton.

June 18, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Gulf Drive, animal cruelty. An officer was called to the public beach when someone reported a dog left in a locked car. The officer opened the car door so the dog could have air, while another officer attempted to locate the owner and called animal control. Animal control arrived and waited with the police for the owner. Upon approaching his vehicle, the owner was issued a notice to appear and the dog was returned to him.

June 20, 600 block of Manatee Avenue West, traffic. The license plate reader system alerted an officer to a driver with a suspended license. Upon stopping the male motorist, the officer determined his license was suspended and he was issued a notice to appear. The vehicle was removed by alternate transportation.

June 21, 3900 block of Gulf Drive, traffic. An officer observed a female motorist run a flashing red light. When he stopped her, the officer determined her license was suspended. She was issued a notice to appear and released from the scene. The passenger drove the vehicle.

June 22, Publix, 3909 E. Bay Drive, fraud. A man reported someone used his credit card for several transactions at the grocery store, as well as other businesses. An investigation was ongoing.

June 23, 100 block of 65th Street, dog on beach. An officer was called to a report of a man with a dog on the beach. The officer asked the man to remove the dog and he was issued a city ordinance violation. The man left the beach with the dog.

June 23, 100 block of 52nd Street, assist EMS. A man, who appeared intoxicated, was riding a tricycle in the street, when he fell off and hit his head. The man was transported by EMS to Blake Medical Center in Bradenton.

      HBPD polices Holmes Beach.

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

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