Streetlife - 12-23-2020

Anna Maria

Dec. 13, 500 block of Magnolia Avenue, noise. The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office responded to a complaint about a loud house party. A deputy informed the renter at the house of the noise ordinance and was told the party was clearing out after a wedding.

Dec. 14, 800 block of North Shore Drive, missing property. The MCSO responded to a complaint about a missing trash can and a missing recycling container.

Dec. 15, 600 block of South Bay Boulevard, dogs on beach. The MCSO responded to a complaint about dogs on the beach — two were being walked on a leash and a third was being carried. The animal owners were informed of the city rule against dogs on the beach.

The MCSO polices Anna Maria.

Bradenton Beach

Dec. 15, 100 block of Gulf Drive N., trespass. A Bradenton Beach police officer found a person sleeping outside a building. The officer told the person they were trespassing and barred them from the property for a year.

Bradenton Beach is policed by the BBPD.


No new reports.

Cortez is policed by the MCSO.

Holmes Beach

Dec. 11, D Coy Ducks Bar and Grille, 5410 Marina Drive, battery. The Holmes Beach Police Department was contacted to break up a fight outside the bar. One person was transported to Manatee Memorial Hospital in Bradenton suffering facial injuries and taken to the Manatee County jail on a battery charge.

Dec. 14, Grassy Point Preserve, 3201 block of East Bay Drive, alcohol. Officers responded to a noise complaint at the preserve. Upon arrival, officers determined the people were intoxicated. One person was transported to Blake Medical Center in Bradenton due to intoxication. Another person was issued a trespass warning.

Dec. 15, 200 block of South Harbor Drive, marijuana. Officers on patrol in the area observed a group of people smoking a marijuana cigarette. One person also was drinking alcohol. A citation was issued to an individual for possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and the other person was cited for an open container.

      HBPD polices Holmes Beach.

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


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