Daily Archives: August 20, 2014

Bainbridge Island Police Blotter, Aug. 20

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The following items were taken from Bainbridge police reports by reporter Ethan Fowler. For more blotter, visit bainbridgeislander.com and click on Bainbridge blog link on the right side of the screen.

Crime log stats from Aug. 10 to Aug. 16: 7 traffic accidents, 2 domestic verbal, 2 malicious mischief in the third degree, 2 suspicious incident/investigation, 2 thefts in the third degree, 2 warrant arrest by outside agency, 2 assault in the fourth degree, 2 identity theft, 1 false alarm, 1 driving under the influence/alcohol, 1 violation of protection order, 1 miscellaneous, 1 harassment, 1 found property, 1 violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act-heroin, 1 warrant-misdemeanor, 1 mental investigation, 1 motor vehicle theft, 1 criminal trespass, 1 violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act-marijuana less than 40 grams, 1 agency assist, 1 fraud, 1 mailbox theft, 1 driving while license suspended/revoked in the third degree.

Aug. 15
Warrant arrest by outside agency: A 47-year-old Seattle man was stopped and the Stanwood Police Department confirmed an arrest warrant on the man by calling the Bainbridge Island Police. The man was taken to the Kitsap County Jail. The cause of the warrant wasn’t listed in the incident report.

Aug. 14
Theft: A man living on the 10000 block of Silven Avenue reported that a fraudulent purchase of $338.65 was used in his name through an online purchase on a national electronic store’s website.

Warrant arrest by outside agency: A 74-year-old woman living on the 200 block of Finch Place was taken to Kitsap County Jail following two warrants for her arrest. She was taken to jail by a bail bondsman.

Aug. 13
Criminal trespass: Neighbors saw 10-12 teenagers in a vacant residence south of a home that burned on the 10000 block of Rolling Bay Walk. The suspects couldn’t be located by the time officers arrived and nothing was missing from the home.

Suspicious persons/situations: Officers responded to a suspicious homeless man knocking on doors at 8:20 a.m. in the 5000 block of Battle Point Drive. The reason for the man in the area lacked probability to officers and was suspicious due to a recent car prowl at the location.

Aug. 12
Vehicle collision: A 77-year-old man living on the 10000 block of Sunrise Drive said he fell asleep while driving at 4:54 p.m. and drove into a ravine on the 4000 block of Blakely Avenue. The man told officers that he woke as his car was leaving the roadway.

Motor vehicle theft: A 33-year-old Poulsbo man reported that his light blue Honda CRX had been stolen from the Diamond parking lot space #8 on the 200 block of Olympic Drive. The car was parked at 5 a.m. and was reported missing when the man returned at 5:30 p.m. Police checked with witnesses and they said didn’t see anything. Surveillance video also wasn’t available in the area. The man said he owned the vehicle with no payments. The car’s Washington license plate is AGC8936. The year of the car wasn’t listed on the incident report.

Identity theft: A 44-year-old woman who has lived on the island for eight years received a cable bill from a national company from Los Angeles. The woman said the account was opened with her full name, including her maiden name. A collection agency informed the woman she needed to file a police report and prove her island residency at the time the account was started. The amount of the bill wasn’t listed in the incident report.

Bainbridge Island Police Blotter, Aug. 13

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The following items were taken from Bainbridge police reports by reporter Ethan Fowler. For more blotter, visit bainbridgeislander.com and click on Bainbridge blog link on the right side of the screen.

 

Crime log stats from Aug. 3 to Aug. 9: 5 traffic accidents, 3 criminal trespass in the third degree, 3 miscellaneous, 3 identity thefts, 3 harassments, 3 residential burglaries, 2 thefts in the second degree, 2 audible alarms, 2 found property, 2 suspicious incident/investigation, 2 thefts in the third degree, 2 malicious mischief in the third degree 1 violation of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act- methamphetamine, 1 domestic verbal, 1 telephone harassment, 1 mental investigation, 1 agency assist, 1 recovered stolen property, 1 bicycle theft, 1 driving under the influence, 1 theft in the second degree-embezzlement, 1 threats, 1 criminal mistreatment in the fourth degree, 1 violation of no contact order, 1 vehicle prowling in the second degree, 1 miscellaneous.

 

Aug. 10

Driving while intoxicated/liquor: A 26-year-old Seattle man was pulled over as he drove state Highway 305, near Winslow Way at 6 p.m. The Washington State Patrol had requested an assist with an intoxicated driver, who had performed poorly on Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. The man, who was arrested for DUI/liquor, refused to provide a breath sample. He was later booked into Kitsap County Jail.

 

Aug. 7

Theft in the second degree: A man living on the 1000 block of Weaver Road reported that a package was delivered to his residence’s door at 1:44 p.m., according to the company’s tracking system. But when the man arrived home at 8:15 p.m., the package was missing. The package came from a German vendor and contained an electronic bagpipe valued at $1,170.

 

Theft in the second degree/embezzlement: A 51-year-old woman was fired for embezzlement from a Gig Harbor business where she was employed. The woman was fired when the company figured out she had doubled her out-of-pocket expenses for reimbursement, totaling $971. When the woman was confronted with the allegation, she immediately paid back the money. The woman told police that she didn’t realize she had submitted the same receipt twice and that her life was very busy.

 

Aug. 6

Residential burglary: A man living on the 2000 block of Douglas Avenue learned he was a victim of burglary after he returned home from a seven-day camping trip. The man discovered rooms on the lower level of his home had been ransacked. The man told police that he sometimes leaves his house unlocked on occasion, but couldn’t say if this had occurred. A flat screen TV was flipped over and its screen smashed, backpacks were strewn, a rocking chair was flipped upside down and broken light fixtures were spread about the “man cave.” Through a police investigation, it was determined the burglar(s) were able to get through an unlocked side door since a deadbolt lock was still in place on the room’s main entrance.

 

Aug. 5

Found property: A driver’s license from an 18-year-old Seabeck woman was given to police by a man attending the Bainbridge Island Police Department’s National Night Out event at Sakai Intermediate School. The man had found the license, along with a bag of clothes, next to a storage unit located on the 500 block of Grow Avenue. When police came to collect the clothes later that night, they were missing. Police mailed back the driver’s license to the woman.