Anna Maria City
June 16, 9000 Gulf Drive, driving with license suspended. Deputies stopped a vehicle with a cracked driver’s side window. Records revealed the driver had a suspended license and no insurance and, without having any form of identification, he was arrested.
June 16, 800 block North Shore Drive, domestic disturbance. Deputies were called to a domestic disturbance where the wife and husband were arguing over cleaning and installing tile, according to the report. Both were issued domestic violence packages.
June 14, 900 block Gulf Drive South, theft. The complainant said someone took his tackle box and fishing poles at a value of more than $300 from his truck.
June 17, Coquina Beach, drug violation. Officers observed a firecracker go off and, when they approached a nearby vehicle, observed what appeared to be a marijuana cigarette, which later tested positive for cannabis. A juvenile was charged with possession of drugs.
June 17, 2513 Gulf Drive N., Circle K, forgery. The complainant said she saw her daughter pumping gasoline into a car after the daughter had asked for money for fuel and was told by the complainant she had none. The complainant confronted the store clerk, who said the fuel was being paid for by the complainant’s credit card. It was eventually determined that the card was being used without the complainant’s consent. Other items charged to the card were juice and cigarettes. The daughter was later located and arrested.
June 17, 6800 block Gulf Drive, disturbance. Officers responded to a call regarding a disturbance in which one person apparently parked in another condominium resident’s parking space, which resulted in a pushing match, according to the report. None of the participants agreed to press charges, and the errant vehicle was moved away from the scene.
June 18, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, theft. The complainant said that someone took her credit cards from her purse, which she had left in her car, and someone had charged $2,000 to the cards. The complainant apparently told police that she suspected that people she was with may have taken the cards and made the charges.
June 19, 500 block 83rd Street, theft. The complainant said his bicycle, valued at $200, was taken from the shed from the side yard of his home.