Anna Maria City
April 19, petty theft, 400 block Magnolia. A bicycle was stolen from a rack in front of the Anna Maria Island Community Center.
April 21, vandalism, 9800 block Gulf Drive. A terra-cotta flower pot broke when someone dragged it off some steps.
April 21, theft of service, 100 Spring Ave. Three women and a man ordered food at the Sandbar restaurant and left without paying.
April 22, criminal mischief, 9700 block Gulf Drive. A woman reported someone dented her new Cadillac after shooting a BB gun.
April 23, theft, 100 block South Bay Boulevard. Someone took a bicycle and fishing gear from the area on the land side of the Anna Maria City Pier.
April 23, criminal mischief, 9700 block Gulf Drive. Someone fired shots from a BB gun or pellet gun, putting 12 dents in the side of a car.
April 23, criminal mischief, 300 block Spring Avenue. An unknown person knocked down several concrete blocks on a decorative wall.
April 23, found property, 900 block North Shore Drive. A purse was found.
April 13, theft, 2500 block Gulf Drive North. A man who rented a motel room checked out, taking with him the television and leaving behind marijuana residue and drug paraphernalia. The report stated that the motel owner charged the man’s credit card $150 for the missing television.
April 20, driving while license suspended, 800 block Gulf Drive South. A man was arrested after police found he was driving while his license was suspended. He also had several unpaid traffic tickets, according to police.
April 18, recovered vehicle, 600 block Manatee Avenue. A stolen car was recovered while police were checking on an intoxicated man who allegedly took the vehicle from his North Port landlord.
April 18, theft, 3200 block East Bay Drive. A woman lost her bank debit card to a thief who used the card to buy a cell phone and made additional purchases totaling $1,500.
April 18, domestic violence, 500 block 70th Street. A woman reported her husband struck her while she was sleeping after the couple argued over family finances and other matters.