Anna Maria City
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Feb. 26, 101 Bridge St., Maestro restaurant, trespass. Officers were called by management of the establishment after a former employee allegedly harassed the owner regarding a final paycheck, which management said had been mailed to the employee. A trespass warning was issued to the former employee.
March 3, 100 Gulf Drive N., Circle K, auto burglary. A vender said he went into the store to drop off supplies and on returning to his unlocked car, he discovered his laptop computer and cell phone were missing.
March 3, 100 block Bridge Street, domestic. Officers responded to a call of an altercation. A woman and her boyfriend were allegedly accosted by the woman’s former boyfriend, and a pushing match ensued between the two men. Both agreed to sign waivers not to prosecute and left the scene.
March 2, 2300 Gulf Drive, DUI. A Manatee County Sheriff’s Office deputy observed an oncoming car swerve into his lane, forcing him to drive off the road. He pursued the car, which again swerved and nearly struck a parked Bradenton Beach police vehicle. The car’s driver, Chad Hermann, 46, of Holmes Beach, was stopped and failed field sobriety tests. He later failed two breathalyzer tests. He was charged with DUI and received citations for driving without wearing a seat belt, failing to drive in a single lane, driving without insurance and driving without vehicle registration. He was taken to jail.
March 3, 2900 block Avenue E, verbal domestic. Officers responded to a call of an argument and found a woman lying on the ground. Paramedics were called and took her to the hospital. Apparently a verbal altercation developed between her and a man and she fell down the stairs, hurting her back. Due to lack of evidence as to what exactly happened, and all parties agreeing to sign waivers not to prosecute, the matter was dropped.