Sheriff’s Report: June

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March 31, theft

Victim reported that an unknown suspect stole a black 3G Venice bicycle, valued at $583. The bike was stolen along Midnight Pass Road.

April 12, theft

Victim reported that his mail-order pharmacy package was supposedly delivered to his residential complex but was never received. The victim indicated that there were both prescription medication and syringes in the order. The management office of the complex did not have any report of it being delivered. A signed medical-theft affidavit was filed.

April 18, theft

Victim reported that certain Amazon packages had been stolen from his front door. His doorbell camera captured a subject who ran up to the front door and took the packages. Video footage was obtained.

April 20, theft

Security at a condo complex advised that a “Welcome” sign was stolen from a front parking lot.  Cameras captured a suspect take the sign and place it in a truck parked in the lot. The truck with the sign was located by authorities and the owner of the truck admitted to taking it. The sign was valued at $300.

April 20, battery

A sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to a fight. Upon arrival, the deputy met with multiple witnesses who stated an unknown subject was in a verbal and physical altercation with the victim. The witnesses reported the subject punched the victim in the face and then put him in a headlock. Subject was later apprehended by assisting deputies.

April 21, battery

A sheriff’s deputy responded to a possible battery call at a rental unit. Complainant and her friend indicated that they had been at a bar drinking. When they returned to the rental unit, they engaged in an altercation with another friend and the complainant was punched in the face by the subject. The complainant suffered a swollen and red cheek.

April 21, battery

Units responded to a restaurant on Siesta Key for a report of a physical altercation between two male subjects. The victim advised that there was an underage male with two drinks in his hand. Victim requested that the underage male put the drinks down, and the suspect made a threat against the victim and told him not to mess with him. When victim persisted in having the underage male put the drinks down and attempted to grab one of the drinks, the subject grabbed the victim in a bear hold. The victim escaped and the suspect fled from the scene and was not located.

April 29, identity theft

Victim reported the fraudulent use of his personal identification.  On May 2 he received a call from the fraud department at a credit union who advised that a possible fraudulent account was opened using his personal identification. At the time of the complaint, the victim had not suffered any financial loss.

May 7, burglary

Victim stated that at 6:30 a.m. the defendant was observed removing a bicycle from a breezeway between the garage and the main house, and then observed leaving the driveway with the bicycle. The following day, the defendant returned to the incident location with the bicycle. The defendant then walked up to a front door camera and began to speak in the camera stating that he stole the bike but returned it. Observation of the bike indicated that it had been damaged on the seat. The defendant was located.

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