Streetlife – 07-22-2020

Anna Maria

July 10, 300 block of Spring Avenue, noise. The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint about a “loud party” with “loud music” at about 11:17 p.m. and dispatched a deputy, who found juveniles playing in a pool. The deputy spoke with parents who said they were not aware of noise regulations.

July 10, 700 block of North Shore Drive, nuisance. The MCSO received a complaint about a boat “stuck on shore and people with the boat are kissing … and letting their dog run around the beach and it peed near water.” A deputy on a patrol boat responded. The incident report said two people were having sex in shallow water. No further information was available.

July 11, 200 block of Pine Avenue, civil. A complainant told the MCSO his landlord changed the locks without permission, as well as entered his property without permission. The deputy said the complainant was informed that he and his landlord were engaged in a civil dispute over a lease and “law enforcement does not get involved.”

July 12, 200 block of Pine Avenue, trespass. An MCSO deputy was called to issue a trespass warning to a woman who refused to leave a construction site.

July 13, 200 block of Pine Avenue, disturbance. The MCSO dispatched a deputy to a complaint about one person pushing another after being refused entry to a property. The complainant worked in security. A report was being prepared.

Anna Maria is policed by the MCSO.

Bradenton Beach

July 2, 400 block of Bay Drive South, abandoned boat. An officer from the Bradenton Beach Police Department found an abandoned vessel grounded among some mangroves. The officer determined the boat was not seaworthy and the registered owner did not respond to an inquiry about the boat’s removal.

July 3, Longboat Pass Bridge, emergency treatment. Manatee County Emergency Medical Services responded to a call from the bridge, where a man had apparently suffered a seizure. EMS administered medical treatment and transported the man to Blake Medical Center in Bradenton.

July 6, Cortez Beach, near drowning. A BBPD officer responded to reports of a girl receiving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on the beach after struggling in the water. Upon arrival, the girl was breathing, conscious and alert. Her parents arrived to take the girl for medical attention.

July 13, 1800 block of Gulf Drive North, recovered firearm. A BBPD officer was dispatched to a vacation rental unit where a cleaning crew found a firearm. The firearm belonged to the previous occupant. BBPD held the weapon until the owner could take possession.

BBPD polices Bradenton Beach.


No new reports.

MCSO polices Cortez.

Holmes Beach

July 8, 700 block of Manatee Avenue West, traffic. An officer received a license plate reader notice. Upon stopping the male motorist, the officer determined his license was suspended and he lacked proof of insurance. He was given a notice to appear and a citation.

July 8, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Manatee Ave. W., traffic. The LPR system alerted an officer to a driver with a revoked license. Upon stopping the male motorist, the officer determined he had an outstanding warrant. He was arrested and transported to the Manatee County jail and the car was towed.

July 9, 500 block of Key Royale Drive, information. An officer was called to a home for damage to a mailbox. Several mailboxes were found damaged.

July 9, 4100 block of Gulf Drive, traffic. An officer was alerted by the LPR system to a driver with a suspended license. Upon stopping the male motorist, the officer found the driver did not know his license was suspended. He was issued a notice to appear.

July 10, Seaside Laundromat, 5400 Marina Drive, camping. A man was found sleeping in the laundromat and was issued a citation and a notice to appear before he left the area.

July 10, 600 block of Emerald Lane, theft. Owners of six residences along the street reported their mailboxes stolen. Case numbers were issued and video from neighborhood surveillance cameras was reviewed.

      HBPD polices Holmes Beach.

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

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