Police blotter: Kisses from the burglar

A Bainbridge couple returned home from a long trip to find lipstick stains all over their bed sheets.

On the other end of the island, a woman returned home from a short walk to find someone had turned off her lights and unplugged the fridge.

Breaking and entering has never been so green or looked so fine.

Feb. 1
Drunk driving: A Bainbridge man was arrested for drunk driving on Sportsman Club Road shortly after 8 p.m. Police initially noticed the suspect’s vehicle swerving on the road. Once stopped, the suspect admitted to having consumed two wine coolers. The suspect said “I plead guilty” just before the arresting officer read him his rights. The suspect later said he consumed three beers and said he was unsure what county he was in. Two open containers of beer of beer were found in the suspect’s vehicle.

Jan. 31: A Bainbridge woman’s Ford Escort’s window was smashed with a large rock and her purse was stolen from inside the car outside a Grow Avenue residence just before 5 p.m. The purse contained several bank cards and about $120 in cash.

Jan. 30
Burglary: A Vineyard Lane resident reported that someone entered her unlocked home, turned off the heat, turned off her refrigerator and stole some food. The owner was out walking her dog when the incident happened.

Vehicle theft: A Volkswagen Passat was stolen from a Country Club Road home overnight. The owners had all spare keys. There were no signs of a break-in.

Burglary: Residents of a Carene Lane returned from an month-long trip to find that their home had been occupied by unknown persons. The victims found lipstick smeared napkins in a trash can and lipstick and saliva stains on their bedroom sheets. An instructional manual for an Internet-based video camera was also found. Police found no signs of forced entry. The victims said their power bill during the time they were away totaled $300.

Jan. 27
Flipped: A Nissan Pathfinder SUV driven by a Bainbridge woman lost its traction and flipped onto its roof along the side of Lynwood Center Road. No injures. The vehicle suffered damage to its roof, sides, front and rear.

Stolen vehicle: Responding to a tip, police arrested a man who had allegedly stolen a Pontiac car that had been stolen from a Bremerton man. The suspect was found to have an arrest warrant for second-degree assault and a small amount of marijuana and methamphetamine.