Anna Maria City
Aug. 15, 100 S. Bay Blvd., City Pier, theft. The complainant said that he had parked two bicycles at the pier and when he returned they were gone.
Aug. 21, 100 S. Bay Blvd., City Pier, information. A school bus driver apparently missed a stop while delivering students after school, and a youth became upset in his efforts to go home, according to the report. “The bus driver flagged me down and demanded that I remove the child from the bus,” according to the report. Deputies took the juvenile to the Anna Maria sub-station, where his parents picked him up.
Aug. 22, 100 block Oak Avenue, crash. A juvenile was traveling on the beach on a motorcycle when he hit a sand dune, according to the report. Paramedics were called, the youth was taken to Blake Medical Center for observation, and his parents took the motorcycle home.
Aug. 16, 2200 block Avenue C, burglary. The complainant said someone entered her vehicle and took jewelry, coins and DVDs with a value of about $8,000.
Aug. 19, 2100 Gulf Drive S., Coquina Beach, theft. Officers stopped a driver at the beach after hours. A record check determined his license was suspended and he had several warrants, and he was arrested and taken to jail.
Aug. 20, 100 block Bay Drive South, disorderly intoxication. Officers were approached by a woman who had been sitting in a car. She said a man had grabbed her breast in a bar. She and a friend identified the man, who police apprehended and arrested.
Aug. 20, 100 block Fourth Street South, burglary. The complainant said someone entered his house while he was sleeping and took a teak box, bank checks, a driver’s license and credit cards.
Aug. 17, 5404 Marina Drive, 5406 Marina Drive, theft. The complainant said someone took hanging signs from The Islander newspaper and Ooh La La! Bistro Restaurant overnight, valued at $150 each.
Aug. 18, 3302 Gulf Drive, Sunset Cove condominium, theft. The complainant said someone entered his father’s vehicle overnight and took $1,600 in cash from the locked pickup truck.
Aug. 18, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, warrant. Officers noticed a man driving a car and drinking a beer through the parking lot. He was stopped and a record check revealed he had an outstanding warrant from Manatee County. He was arrested.
Aug. 18, 3200 block Sixth Avenue, burglary. The complainant said someone pried open the back door of her home while she and her children were on the beach and took $320 in cash from her purse. Officers canvassed the area but were unable to locate any suspects.
Aug. 19, 3902 Gulf Drive, West Coast Surf Shop, theft. The store owners said two women took a shirt and ran out of the store without paying. A search was made of the area, but the young women were not located.
Aug. 20, 3300 block Gulf Drive, burglary. The complainant said that someone had previously broken into one of his vehicles and taken money. Someone again attempted to break into another car, leaving fingerprints on the glass, which were recorded by officers.
Aug. 21, 500 block 75th Street, theft. The complainant said someone took his dirt bike from his garage.
Aug. 21, 3304 E. Bay Drive, Island Bazaar, criminal mischief. The complainant reported new graffiti on the back of the building.
Aug. 22, 4000 Gulf Drive, Manatee Public Beach, suspicious. Officers were called to the beach due to a man being in the ladies rest room. It was determined he had an outstanding warrant from Pinellas County and he was arrested.
Aug. 22, 3100 block Avenue E, domestic, criminal mischief. The complainant said her ex-boyfriend came to her home, knocked on the door, was refused entrance, continued to knock on doors and eventually broke a window, then left. Officers responded, but she declined to press charges against him. He was picked up by Manatee County Sheriff’s Office deputies in Anna Maria and transported to Blake Medical Center to be treated for cuts on his arm.