Local Crime Watch: May 14

A sampling of recent police calls and criminal activity in the Gabber‘s distribution area.

 

Gulfport

Burglary – 5/10, 5500 block of Newton Ave. S.

Assault – 5/10, 5400 block of 15th Ave. S.

Vandalism – 5/10, 4800 block 26th Ave. S.

Burglary – 5/9, 5500 block of Newton Ave. S.

Trespass – 5/9, 5200 block of Gulfport Blvd. S.

Domestic Disturbance – 5/9, 54th St. S and 28th Ave. S.

Theft (Grand) – 5/9, 4900 block of Gulfport Blvd. S.

Assault – 5/9, 5200 block of Gulfport Blvd. S.

Shooting – 5/9, 2600 block of 46th St. S.

Neighbor Problem – 5/8, 28th Ave. S. and 57th St. S.

Assault – 5/8, 5200 block of 20th Ave. S.

Theft – 5/8, 5000 block of Newton Ave. S.

Theft – 5/8, 5100 block of Preston Ave. S.

Theft – 5/8, 5100 block of Gulfport Blvd. S.

Theft – 5/8, 5300 block of 21st Ave. S.

Stolen Vehicle – 5/8, 5300 block of 21st Ave. S.

Burglary (Business) – 5/8, 5100 block of Gulfport Blvd.

Theft – 5/7, 5300 block of 21st Ave. S.

Stolen Vehicle – 5/7, 2100 block 54th St. S.

Theft (Grand) – 5/7, 1300 block of 53rd St. S.

Burglary – 5/7, 5100 block of Gulfport Blvd. S.

Burglary (Business) – 5/7, 2200 block of 51st St. S.

Person Under the Influence – 5/7, 55th St. S. and 17th Ave. S.

Theft – 5/6, 5500 block of 13th Ave. S.

Vandalism – 5/6, 1800 block of 54th St. S.

Neighbor Problem – 5/6, 5700 block of 25th Ave. S.

Domestic – 5/6, 5500 block of Newton Ave. S.

Domestic – 5/6, 4800 block of 29th Ave. S.

Domestic – 5/5, 2800 block of 49th St. S.

Theft (Grand) – 5/5, 900 block of 58th St. S.

 

South Pasadena

Vandalism – 5/11, 800 block of Oleander Way S.

Burglary – 5/11, 1300 block of Pasadena Ave. S.

Person Under the Influence – 5/11, 6800 block of Gulfport Blvd. S.

Missing Person – 5/10, 800 block of Pasadena Ave. S.

Neighbor Problem – 5/9, 800 block of Oleander Way S.

Arson – 5/8, 7000 block of Sunset Dr. S.

Assault – 5/8, 1100 block of Rue Des Chateaux

Assault – 5/7, 1000 block of Pasadena Ave. S.

Assault – 5/6, 1800 block of Shore Dr. S.

Drug Related (Arrest) – 5/6, Pasadena Ave. S. and Mathews Rd.

Disorderly Conduct – 5/5, 1800 block of Shore Dr. S.

Burglary (Vehicle) – 5/5, 7000 block of Sunset Dr. S.

Theft – 5/5, 600 block of Villagrande Ave. S.

 

St. Pete Beach

Theft – 5/11, 4600 block of Gulf Blvd.

Domestic – 5/11, 5500 block of Gulf Blvd.

Assault – 5/11, 5500 block of Gulf Blvd.

Assault (Domestic) – 5/10, 4600 block of Gulf Blvd.

Domestic – 5/10, 3700 block of Gulf Blvd.

Disturbance – 5/9, 4900 block of Gulf Blvd.

DUI (Arrest) – 5/8, Gulf Blvd. and 46th Ave.

Assault (Domestic) – 5/8, 4400 Gulf Blvd.

Battery – 5/8, 6800 block of Blind Pass Rd.

Burglary (Residence) – 5/8, 5500 block of Gulf Blvd.

Burglary (Residence) – 5/7, 5500 block of Gulf Blvd.

Theft (Grand) – 5/7, 500 block of 68th Ave.

Vandalism – 5/6, 600 block of 70th Ave.

Battery – 5/5, 7600 block of Blind Pass Rd.

Theft – 5/5, 6200 block of Gulf Blvd.

Battery – 5/5, 6300 block of Gulf Blvd.

Gulfport, Domestic Battery and Tampering with a Witness – A 25 year- old Gulfport man was arrested by Gulfport police in the early morning hours of Tuesday, May 5, and charged with two domestic-related felonies. The first was a domestic battery by strangulation charge, and the second was a domestic witness tampering charge. The combined bond assessment for both counts came in at $30,000, which the man paid early the next morning, May 6, before being released from jail.

Gulfport, Possession of Crack Cocaine and Distributing Crack Cocaine – A 54 year-old St. Petersburg man was arrested by Gulfport police around dinner-time, on Thursday, May 7, for allegedly possessing and attempting to distribute or deliver crack cocaine. Both charges are felonies and were allegedly witnessed by police. The individual is currently awaiting trial on a $12,000 bond assessment.

Gulfport, Retail Theft – A 21 year-old Gulfport woman was arrested by Gulfport police just before the sun rose on Sunday morning, May 10, after a warrant was issued for her arrest. She was charged with one felony count of retail theft and released from jail later that evening.

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