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Bainbridge Island police blotter, July 23

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

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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 July 13 to July 19: 6 traffic accidents, 5 miscellaneous, 3 found property, 3 theft in the third degree, 2 suspicious incident/investigation, 2 identity theft, 2 harassment, 2 theft from motor vehicle, 2 driving under the influence, 2 theft in the second degree, 1 burglary in the second degree, 1 citizen assist, 1 disorderly conduct, 1 theft-shoplifting, 1 warrant arrest by outside agency, 1 domestic verbal, 1 mental investigation, 1 driving while license suspended/revoked in the third degree, 1 lost property.

July 19
Driving under the influence/liquor: A 28-year-old woman was involved in a collision with a tree at Olympic Drive and Winslow Way, south of Bainbridge Gateway Park, at 11:47 p.m. The woman was late for a departing ferry and as a traffic signal turned yellow the woman attempted to stop her car, but was unable to due to the slick road conditions and collided with a tree in a ditch. After failing her first three attempts on the voluntary portable breath test, the woman blew a .161. The state’s legal limit for DUI is .08 for adults 21 and older. An officer also smelled alcohol on her breath, and observed that she had watery eyes, slurred speech, etc. The woman’s interaction with police was videotaped. She was transported to the Kitsap County Jail after being booked for DUI and also received a traffic citation.

Driving under the influence/liquor: A 34-year-old male visiting from Brighton, Mass., was stopped at 1:01 a.m. for failing to maintain his lane. The officer smelled alcohol on his breath. The driver voluntarily took Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and performed poorly on them. He was arrested for DUI and subsequently blew 0.163 and 0.164 on the Breathalyzer test. He was booked into Kitsap County Jail.

July 17
Warrant arrest by outside agency: A 29-year-old Federal Way woman had a warrant arrest confirmed by the Bainbridge Island Police. The report didn’t list why she had a warrant for her arrest.

Disorderly conduct: A 52-year-old woman reported a road rage incident at Wyatt Way and Madison Avenue by a 64-year-old man who was driving a van with another man after she approached a four-way stop sign. The man started yelling at the woman and used obscene hand gestures. The van then followed the woman into her neighbor’s driveway and revved his vehicle’s engine, as well as lurched the car forward in an attempt to intimate her. The driver of the van then drove onto a ferry to Seattle, but not before the woman got the van’s license number and called police. Ferry workers were later able to identify the van based on the woman’s description later.


Bainbridge Island police blotter, July 16

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

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The following items were taken from Bainbridge Island 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 July 6 to July 12: 5 traffic accidents, 5 miscellaneous, 4 found property, 4 theft in the third degree, 3 malicious mischief in the third degree, 2 theft in the first degree, 2 identity theft, 2 domestic verbal, 2 theft in the second degree, 1 suspicious persons/situations, 1 residential burglary, 1 warrant arrest by outside agency, 1 extortion in the first degree, 1 disorderly conduct, 1 vehicle prowling in the second degree, 1 driving under the influence/liquor, 1 agency assist, 1 driving while license suspended/revoked in the third degree and 1 harassment.

 

July 14

Suspicious incident/investigation: A 50-year-old man, who was burglarized recently, reported a possible prowler outside his residence at 2:30 a.m. on the 300 block of Fir Acres. Police couldn’t locate anyone suspicious. Since the burglary, the homeowner said he often doesn’t sleep at night and waits until daylight to rest.

 

July 11

Driving while license suspended/revoked in the third degree: A 36-year-old man from Nordland was stopped at 1:10 p.m. An officer driving behind the man had ran the man’s license plate and found that he had a driving while license suspended charge for unpaid tickets from December 2013. The man told the officer that he had paid the tickets. The officer told the man that he couldn’t drive.

 

July 10

Theft in the third degree: An Amazon shipping box was taken from an unsecured public lobby of a condo, located on the 300 block of Knechtel Way.

 

Driving under the influence: A 54-year-old man living on the 5000 block of Wild Cherry Lane was stopped for going 52 mph in a 25-mph speed zone at 11:11 a.m. on High School Road near Sportsman Club Road. The officer smelled a strong odor of alcoholic intoxicants coming from within the man’s vehicle. The man, who refused to take a breath test, later was transported to the Kitsap County Jail and booked for DUI with a $10,000 bail.

 

Theft in the second degree, counterfeiting: A 55-year-old man fell victim to an Internet scam to be a secret shopper for a company called T. Duncan Evaluation Group. The company gave the man a $2,340 check from Home Street Bank. When the man purchased four Green Dot Money packs for $500, he would receive $300. However, the man, who had recently moved from Minneapolis, said his bank reported the check as counterfeit and demanded payment from for the charge-backs that would result.

 

Vehicle prowling in the second degree: A 23-year-old man who lives on the 8000 block of Baker Hill Road said his cellphone and marijuana smoking pipe had been stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at the Park & Ride lot on the 8000 block Day Road. The phone was a silver Samsung Galaxy valued at $200.


Bainbridge Island police blotter, July 2

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

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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 June 22 to June 28: 5 traffic accidents, 2 thefts in the second degree, 2 driving with license suspended/revoked in the third degree, 2 suspicious incident/investigation, 2 residential burglaries, 2 miscellaneous, 1 domestic verbal, 1 violation of the uniform controlled substance act-more than 40 grams of marijuana, 1 burglary in the second degree, 1 patrol check, 1 theft in the first degree, 1 identity theft, 1 false alarm-employee error, 1 hit-and-run/unattended property damage, 1 neighbor dispute, 1 malicious mischief in the third degree, 1 disorderly conduct, 1 malicious mischief in the first degree, 1 found property, 1 agency assist and 1 lost property.

June 30
Identity theft: A man living on the 7000 block of Fletcher Bay Road reported that he received several pieces of mail from a bank that he hadn’t opened an account with. A debit/Visa card with a pin code for online banking was in one of the letters.

Found property: A woman found some cash in the middle of the road and reported it to the police, who placed it in found property. The location and the amount of cash was redacted from the report.

Reckless driving/racing: An 85-year-old woman living on the 6000 block of Monte Vista Drive was reported to police for reckless driving. Another driver witnessed the woman driving all over the road and driving onto the curb at a roundabout. The reporting party said it was the second time she had seen the woman driving recklessly. When police caught up with the driver at her home, the woman said she had been under a lot of stress with family health problems. The driver also admitted to the officer that she had driven over the roundabout’s curve and that her mind had been occupied, which caused her to possibly daydream. The officer suggested to the woman that she may want to retest with the Department of Licensing and that she needed to drive more carefully.

June 28
Driving with license suspended or revoked in the third degree, failure to transfer title within 15 days: A 26-year-old man living on the 300 block of Shepard Way was stopped when an officer noticed an apparent expired license plate tab. The vehicle’s registration had expired in 2012 and the car was sold in November 2011. However, the vehicle was displaying a 2014 license tab. The driver admitted to the officer that he took the tab from his father’s Ford Ranger truck. When the officer ran the man’s name in the state’s database, it returned with the man being charged for a driving while license suspended/revoked in the third degree for failure to appear for unpaid tickets. The improper tab was removed from the man’s car by the officer.

June 27
Residential burglary: A woman living on the 800 block of High School Road reported someone had stolen two prescription bottles from her home’s bathroom. The woman believed she had failed to lock her apartment since there was no evidence of forced entry. One of the lost medicine bottles contained approximately 20 pills of Oxycodone and the other contained about 30 pills of Meloxicam. The woman said several people in her apartment complex were aware the woman needed medicine because of her recent foot surgery, which she still had a cast for.


Bainbridge Island police blotter, June 25

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

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 June 15 to June 21: 3 false alarms with unknown cause, 3 suspicious incident/investigation, 3 domestic verbal, 2 miscellaneous, 2 found property, 2 identity theft, 1 malicious mischief in the third degree, 1 stalking, 1 theft in the second degree, 1 warrant arrest by outside agency, 1 malicious mischief in the second degree, 1 open door, 1 driving with no valid operator’s license, 1 mental investigation, 1 traffic accident, 1 theft in the third degree, 1 extortion in the second degree and 1 lost property.

June 23
Patrol check: A patrol check was requested by a business owner on the 9000 block of Sportsman Club Road. The owner requested extra patrols and a meeting regarding prowlers on her property.

June 21
Found property: A woman found a cell phone on Eagle Harbor Drive that belonged to a woman in SeaTac. When police tried to contact the out-of-town woman, the number was disconnected. The phone was placed in the department’s evidence as found property.

June 20
Identity theft: A woman withdrew cash from her bank’s ATM at 10:30 a.m. and discovered her account was overdrawn by more than $200. Someone had charged more than $1,000 in airline tickets from her account without her consent.

Theft in the third degree: A woman living on the 200 block of High School Road found that the lock on her storage unit had been broken and that two tents had been stolen. The tents were described as a four-person green Coleman-brand valued at $100 and an orange two-person valued at $35. The brand wasn’t known of the orange tent. Both tents were in a blue nylon duffel bag valued at $20. The storage unit was on the second floor of the complex. A police officer didn’t see any other storage units damaged.

Identity theft: A woman living in the 500 block of Homestead Lane reported her Visa card was used today at Snoqualmie Casino for a fraudulent charge of $527.99. The woman was notified of the theft by her bank.

June 19
Driving with no valid operator’s license: A 21-year-old Bremerton man, who was involved in a minor traffic accident with another vehicle, was issued a traffic citation for not having a driver’s license or any identification or paperwork with his name on it. There was also no record found for the man, who admitted driving in reverse on Baker Hill Road after he missed his turn for Palomino Drive. The man had caused a collision with a 30-year-old Poulsbo man driving a BMW.

June 18
Open door: The door to a Winslow Way business located on the 100 block was found open and unlocked. No one was in the store when an officer arrived after a family walking down the street noticed the open door. The officer left messages with the owner and also texted her. The officer could not secure the door since it only locked from the inside. The officer later checked on the business while she was on bike patrol and the door was locked.

Malicious mischief in the second degree: At Battle Point Park, someone used a black permanent marker to write letters and offensive words on four Park District vehicles, street signs and the mobile stage. This caused an estimated $1,200 worth of damage. A metal lift gate was also damaged and would cost $1,000 since it now hit a custom door. Photos of the damage were taken by the responding officer.

June 17
Theft in the third degree: A man who was moving to Hawaii and believed he was renting an apartment found he was a victim of a $4,149.59 scam when the man he was working with that claimed to be the property manager wasn’t legitimate. The man had taken steps to confirm the apartment’s location was legitimate through numerous emails, reference checks and filling out applications. Police discussed with the man how he could avoid future theft since the man had provided the suspect with his personal information for the apartment application.

Found property: A woman living on the 10000 block of Manitou Park Boulevard came to the police station to turn over drug paraphernalia that she had found. She handed a small, clear Ziploc bag with 40 small cotton balls inside a tree near the library at 10:30 a.m. Police tested the balls and one indicated the presence of amphetamine. The balls are often used to filter narcotics prior to intravenous use. The bag was placed into police property for destruction.

Warrant arrest by outside agency: The King County Jail called to confirm a warrant on a 43-year-old Seattle woman. The woman’s warrant charge wasn’t listed on the incident report.


Bainbridge police blotter, June 18

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

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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 June 8 to June 14: 6 traffic accidents, 4 thefts in the third degree, 3 miscellaneous, 2 mental investigations, 1 mailbox theft, 1 verbal dispute, 1 theft in the second degree, 1 found property, 1 assault in the fourth degree, 1 driving without a license, 1 suspicious incident/investigation, 1 lost property, 1 suspicious persons/situations, 1 patrol check, 1 reckless burning in the second degree, 1 harassment, 1 malicious mischief in the third degree, 1 identity theft, 1 warrant arrest by outside agency, 1 intoxicated person, 1 arson in the first degree, 1 false alarm, 1 driving under the influence, 1 agency assist.

June 16

 

Malicious mischief: At approximately 5:30 a.m., a family living on the 7000 block of Hidden Cove Road reported that they heard their car alarm go off after someone had broken the right rear passenger window of their vehicle. Although nothing was missing from the still locked vehicle when the residents inspected the broken window, they did see what appeared to be possible footprints left by a suspect. The estimated cost of replacing the window glass was $250.

 

June 14

 

Driving under the influence/liquor: A 31-year-old driver who lives on the 700 block of Madison Avenue was stopped for passing in a no-passing zone and was found to be driving under the influence of alcohol at the corner of Grow Avenue and Wyatt Way at 7:35 p.m. The officer observed the driver pass another driver going 48 mph in a 25 mph no-passing zone. The man said he had drank two to three beers while on the beach at Lynwood Center.

 

June 13

 

Warrant arrest by outside agency: The Bainbridge Island Police Department was contacted by the Kitsap County Jail to confirm a warrant arrest for a 24-year-old Port Orchard man. BIPD verified the man had a $5,000 bail for a driving while intoxicated arrest.

 

June 11

 

Malicious mischief: A man living on the 7000 block of Spring Ridge Road reported that someone cut 12 plants on his property with some type of trimmer. The man said he saw a man exiting out of the south gate of his property that afternoon. The man, who rode away on a bicycle, was white with a medium build and stood 6-foot-1. He also had brown hair and was wearing khaki shorts. The plants were started 10 years ago.


Bainbridge police blotter, June 11

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

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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 June 1 to June 7: 5 traffic accidents, 2 thefts in the third degree, 2 malicious mischiefs in the third degree, 1 harassment, 1 warrant misdemeanor, 1 found property, 1 residential burglary, 1 littering, 1 assault in the fourth degree, 1 mental investigation, 1 miscellaneous, 1 theft of bicycles, 1 verbal dispute.

June 9

Theft in the third degree: A 48-year-old woman living on the 200 block of Tormey Lane reported that her convertible car was broken into during the night. When she went to her vehicle in the morning, she found the seats reclined forward. All the items taken out of her glove compartment and storage areas were found on the seats. The only thing the thief stole was a universal car charger valued at $200. The woman’s car was also broken into in December.

June 7

Harassing phone call: A 65-year-old man living in the 3000 block of El Cimo Lane reported that he has been receiving calls left on his voicemail from a man with a heavy accent. The man says he’s from the Internal Revenue Service and is threatening legal action if the man doesn’t contact him. The man, who has saved one of the messages, said he ignores the calls.

June 6

Malicious mischief in the third degree: A Bremerton woman was having a pizza lunch with her family at Lytle Beach Park. When she returned to her car to place the pizza box inside, she noticed a car pulled abruptly into the parking space next to her and heard a loud noise as her car got hit. The woman noticed that her passenger side mirror had been folded in and that the driver of the other car, a 65-year-old man from Kingston, had hit her car when he opened his car door. When the woman confronted the driver, he told her if she hadn’t taken up three parking spaces this wouldn’t have happened. The man then walked down the length of her car on the passenger side, which the woman saw later and found a 6-inch key marks in the paint and a black rubber substance. The woman collected her family and immediately drove to the police department to report the incident. Officers were able to find the suspected driver and woman he was with soon after at the park, which has only four parking places. The couple were sitting on beach chairs with a table that had a bottle of wine. The man admitted grabbing the woman’s car mirror and folding it in to get into the tight parking place, as well as hitting the woman’s car as he exited his vehicle. When officers asked him to see his keys, the man only had a single key with a rubber grip. Damage to the woman’s car was estimated at $1,200.

Theft of bicycles: A 52-year-old man reported two bikes of his were stolen within the last three weeks. The first was stolen while it was left unlocked at the 400 block of Olympic Drive at the ferry terminal. The yellow Kuwahara mountain bike was left at 3 p.m. and when the man returned at 9 p.m. it was gone. On May 16, the man parked another bike, a black and white Specialized Hardrock, at the high school softball fields at 3 p.m. It was left unlocked as well.

June 1

Found property: The owner of a business located on the 5000 block of Rose Avenue reported that someone had left a stroller in front of his architecture business. The stroller had no name attached to it. An officer picked up the stroller and placed it into the police department’s evidence for safekeeping.


Bainbridge police blotter, June 4

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

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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 May 25 to May 31: 7 traffic accidents, 3 thefts in the third degree, 2 miscellaneous, 2 suspicious incidents/investigations, 2 mental investigations, 2 warrant arrests by outside agency, 1 driving under the influence, 1 open door/window, 1 assault in the second degree, 1 residential burglary, 1 theft in the second degree, 1 verbal dispute, 1 malicious mischief in the third degree and 1 found property.

June 2

Passing stopped school bus with red lights flashing: A woman described as a 25-year-old was reported to police for driving through a stopped school bus stop sign at 8:07 a.m. at the corner of Baker Hill Road and Lynwood Center Road. However, the license plate number given to police didn’t return to a registered vehicle.

June 1

Theft in the third degree: A 47-year-old woman who works on the 200 block of Madison Avenue reported to police that she accidentally left her car unlocked at 11:30 a.m. When she returned at 10:30 p.m., she noticed that her black Dell laptop valued at $250 and black rolling overnight laptop case valued at $150 were both missing. The car was parked behind a trail.

Malicious mischief in the third degree: A 40-year-old woman returned to find her 2014 Mazda Mx3 car had been involved in a hit-and-run collision while she shopped from 5 to 6:05 p.m. at a grocery store on the 200 block of High School Road. When she unlocked the car, the alarm beeped seven to 10 times. This alerted her that something had happened to her car while she was away. The front passenger door was no longer flush with the front panel. Also, the part of the car between the front tire and passenger door was severely scratched and buckled. The damage to the vehicle, which caused the door and car to not lock, is estimated at $1,000.

May 31

Traffic accident: A 29-year-old man living on the 10000 block of Winthers Road was the driver in a rollover vehicle collision in the area of Eagle Harbor Drive and Wimsey Lane. Although no one was with the vehicle when emergency personnel arrived, the man was tied to the collision by police through the scattered items found at the scene. Four fire crew and two police officers responded to the incident. Officers found two empty beer bottles and a small amount of marijuana in the car.

May 30

Theft in the third degree: A Quilcene woman who was visiting her mother discovered that her black Haiku-brand purse that contained her wallet, cash and other items was stolen out of her car while it was parked on Wing Point Road. The estimated market value of the purse is $130.

May 28

Hit-and-run collision: A 50-year-old woman who drove a 2013 Nissan Leaf parked her car at 7 a.m. in a car lot on Winslow Way. When she returned to her car at 7 p.m., she found a 10-inch scratch just above her vehicle’s left rear wheel.


UPDATED: Bainbridge police blotter, May 28

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

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***This report was updated at 7:30 p.m. May 28 for additional details and clarification.

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 May 18 to May 24: 3 thefts in the third degree, 3 warrant arrests by outside agency, 3 traffic accidents, 2 thefts in the second degree, 2 driving with license suspended/revoked, 1 dangerous weapon on school facilities, 1 residential burglary, 1 runaway, 1 miscellaneous, 1 driving under the influence/liquor or drugs, 1 identity theft, 1 suspicious persons/situations, 1 verbal dispute, 1 suspicious incident/investigation, 1 mailbox theft, 1 found property, 1 criminal trespass in the second degree and 1 recovered stolen property.

May 26

Suspicious incident/investigation: A man living in the 8000 block of Hidden Cove Road arrived at his home at 10:30 p.m. to find his front door open. Nothing looked disturbed in the house. On May 23 at 1:15 a.m., the owner heard someone trying to gain entry into his home. When the man turned on his back patio light, he saw two figures running. The man didn’t report the May 23 incident to police the night it occurred.

Miscellaneous: Police found an unoccupied car running at 2:03 p.m. in a parking lot on the 5000 block of New Sweden Road. An officer then turned off the car and removed the key. The owner of the car, a 64-year-old man, was called by police but a message couldn’t be left since the man’s voicemail was full. Police also drove to the man’s house to find him but no one was home. Police placed the key into a temporary evidence locker. The car was still parked in the same location at 10:20 p.m. and police called the man’s home again at that time but still didn’t receive a response.

 

May 25

Driving while intoxicated: A 42-year-old Bremerton man was stopped at 1:30 a.m. for driving 74 mph in a 50 mph zone on Highway 305 near Hidden Cove Road. An officer smelled alcohol on the man’s breath, but the man refused to take a Breathalyzer test. The man was later booked for driving under the influence and taken to Kitsap County Jail with a $5,000 bail.

 

May 24

Criminal trespass: A pair of juveniles were seen by a night custodian trying to gain access to the Bainbridge High School gym at 1 a.m. One of the boys was described as having a thin build and about 16 to 18 years old. The intent of the boys was unknown.

 

May 23

Recovered stolen property: Police received a call from the Washington State Patrol that a white three-door Honda Civic with a stolen license plate was in-bound from Seattle to arrive at the Bainbridge ferry terminal at 10:20 p.m. The front license plate didn’t match the back plate. The 29-year-old Seattle man driving the car told police that earlier this year he was a victim of a car prowl and that the plates may have been switched then. Police told the man that switching license plates was a common tactic used by thieves to make detection harder. The officer recommended the driver file a stolen license plate report. Police removed the stolen back plate from the vehicle and booked it into police property.

Warrant arrest by outside agency: A Port Orchard police officer called Bainbridge Island Police to confirm a warrant on a 32-year-old woman he had pulled over. The woman’s warrant was for driving without a license in the third degree.

 

May 19

Assault in the second degree: A woman living on the 200 block of High School Road was hit in the face by a man who had being staying at her place the previous 10 days and cooking meals. No one else observed the assault.


Bainbridge police blotter, May 20

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

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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 May 11 to May 17: 3 traffic accidents, 3 false alarms, 3 identity thefts, 3 thefts in the second degree, 3 miscellaneous, 2 mailbox thefts, 2 burglaries in the second degree, 2 residential burglaries, 1 driving while license suspended/revoked in the third degree, 1 found property, 1 failure to secure load, 1 domestic verbal, 1 reckless driving including racing, 1 theft in the first degree, 1 driving without a license, 1 threats, 1 harassment, 1 malicious mischief in the third degree, 1 agency assist, 1 mental investigation, 1 possession of drug paraphernalia.

May 19

Burglary-residential: A woman living on the 9000 block of Sands Avenue returned to her home at 5:40 p.m. to an uninvited man cooking in her kitchen wearing some of her clothes. The suspect also rearranged the woman’s clothing and had stayed the whole weekend at the woman’s place.

Warrant arrest by outside agency: A 38-year-old Montlake man was stopped for driving with a license suspended for third degree with a $2,500 bail. Snohomish County Jail confirmed the warrant with Bainbridge Police Department.

May 18

Driving while license suspended in the third degree: A 28-year-old man living on the 5000 block of Rockaway Beach Drive was stopped for going well over the 35 mph speed limit. The officer also revealed that the man was driving on a suspended driver’s license after failing to pay a traffic citation out of Florida several years before.

May 17

A 37-year-old man reported that his debit card was used without his permission by someone in Puyallup, who was attempting to make a purchase of $1,700 and $700 at a national electronics store.

May 15

Theft in the first degree: A hotel located on the 900 block of Hildebrande Lane reported unwanted guests from Whidbey Island had accrued a $30,000 bill since they arrived March 24, 2012. The credit card the couple was using had been declined. The couple had made several promises they would pay the bill but had failed to do so. The couple was booked into Kitsap County Jail with a bail of $50,000.


Bainbridge police blotter, May 13

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

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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 May 4 to May 10: 7 traffic accidents, 5 suspicious incident/investigations, 3 theft from motor vehicles, 2 malicious mischiefs in the third degree, 2 miscellaneous, 2 false alarms, 1 driving under the influence-alcohol, 1 driving while license suspended/revoked, 1 assault in the second degree, 1 lost property, 1 warrant misdemeanor, 1 missing person, 1 failure to transfer title of motor vehicle, 1 mental investigation, 1 recovered stolen property, 1 forgery/counterfeit, 1 agency assist, 1 patrol check, 1 vehicle prowling and 1 littering.

May 12

Failure to secure load: A 21-year-old man, who lives on the 10000 block of Sunrise Place, was stopped after a half case of beer fell out of his car and broken glass was strewn over the roadway at High School Road and State Route 305 at 10 a.m. The driver had put the half case in the back of the vehicle, but he didn’t close the car’s hatchback all the way. Two citizens came up with brooms, dust pans and garbage pails to sweep up the glass from the road, which caused the officer to cancel a request to Public Works.

Found property: A 1974 canoe was found on April 25 and was dropped off at the city dock by the Suquamish Police Department. The canoe was placed into custody and will be stored.

May 11

Driving while license suspended, expired registration: A 70-year-old Olympia man was cited for an expired vehicle registration while his car was parked at a fast-food restaurant on High School Road. The vehicle had expired in August 2013 and had a July 2013 report of sale. The driver had a suspended license in the third degree for unpaid tickets as of November 2011. He also had an active warrant out of Kitsap County for driving with a license suspended/revoked in the third degree with a $500 bail. The man was given a June 17 court date.

May 10

Driving while license suspended/revoked in the third degree, speeding: A 30-year-old Lynnwood man was stopped after an officer witnessed him driving at a high rate of speed going southbound from West Port Madison Road on State Route 305. Radar clocked the man’s car at 70 mph. The man previously already had his driver’s license suspended in the third degree for unpaid tickets. He issued a June 10 court date.

May 9

Driving under the influence/liquor: A 55-year-old man living the 600 block of Park Avenue was arrested for driving under the influence/liquor at 10:30 p.m. Officers had responded to a call of a truck pulling in front of a vacant house. When officers arrived, they saw a vehicle in a ditch, just north of Wing Point Way. The driver later walked out of his home on the 600 block of Park Avenue and said he had seen a large dog in the intersection, which caused him to swerve into the ditch as he tried to avoid hitting it. Officers could smell alcohol on the man’s breath, which caused the man to admit to drinking two beers with friends earlier that night on the south end of the island. The man provided two valid breath samples that measured .215 and .208. He was transported to Kitsap County Jail and booked with a $5,000 bail.

May 7

Burglary-residential, trafficking in stolen property, possessing stolen goods: A 29-year-old woman living on the 10000 block of Falk Road and a 29-year-old Bremerton man were arrested for burglary and are believed to responsible for at least some of the increase in Bainbridge residential burglaries in the first five months of 2014. In one incident, the man sold jewelry that was stolen from a house the woman was hired to clean.


Bainbridge police blotter, May 6

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

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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 April 27 to May 3: 4 miscellaneous incidents, 3 domestic verbal, 3 traffic accidents, 2 thefts, 2 residential burglaries, 2 harassments, 2 suspicious incident/investigation, 1 malicious mischief, 1 driving while intoxicated, 1 violation of Uniform Controlled Substance Act-delivery of marijuana, 1 identity theft, 1 arrest charge, 1 open door, 1 patrol check, 1 agency assist, 1 found property, 1 counterfeiting, 1 violation of no contact order, 1 suspicious persons/situations and 1 telephone harassment.

May 5

Miscellaneous: A 57-year-old woman was placed in a taxi due to her intoxication level at an island restaurant located on Winslow Way. An employee told a police officer that he called a taxi and took away the woman’s second drink after she was halfway through it when she started acting very intoxicated. The taxi driver called police at 10:44 p.m. when the woman refused to leave the vehicle. The woman told medical personnel, who arrived to help her, that she had four drinks at the restaurant.

Suspicious incident/investigation: A man living on the 7000 block of Hidden Cove Road reported hearing footsteps at his front porch at 3 p.m. The man assumed it was someone dropping off a package since his wife receives those on a regular basis. But there were no packages when the man got up and checked the porch. The man noticed wet footprints on his porch and later walked with his dog to the end of his secluded driveway, but didn’t see anyone.

Theft from motor vehicle: A 26-year-old man living on the 100 block of Shotwell Road found that his vehicle has been burglarized sometimes between Friday morning, May 2, and 11:15 a.m. May 5. The man said his SnapOn wrench set valued at $200 was missing, along with a $150 Power Probe 3 electrical measuring device. The man believed someone may have jimmied the door to get inside since the vehicle had no broken windows.

 

May 4

Malicious mischief: Two vehicles parked at a business on the 9000 block of New Brooklyn Road had broken windows. One of the vehicles looked like it had been shot out possibly by a BB gun. Damage to one vehicle was $250 and the other was $150. The owner of the vehicle that had $250 in damage later returned a call from police. He told the officer that the window’s damage was old and occurred when a tree branch snapped back and hit the window.

 

May 2

Harassing phone calls: A 63-year-old man living on the 10000 block of Kallgren Road reported receiving a call from someone claiming to be with the Internal Revenue Service. Because the man knew the IRS doesn’t cold call people, he hung up.

 

May 1

Counterfeiting: An employee at a fast-food restaurant located on High School Road discovered a counterfeit $20 bill that was provided by a customer. The customer said they received the bill from an earlier transaction from a grocery store on High School Road. The fake bill was taken into custody for evidence.


Bainbridge police blotter, April 30

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

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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 April 20 to April 26: 6 traffic accidents, 4 identity thefts, 4 thefts, 4 burglaries, 3 suspicious persons/situations incidents, 3 malicious mischief incidents, 1 recovery of stolen property, 1 warrant arrest by outside agency, 1 vehicle prowling, 1 harassment, 1 assault, 1 verbal dispute, 1 abandoned vehicle, 1 miscellaneous.

April 29

Suspicious incident/investigation: A woman living on the 15000 block of Agatewood Road reported that when she arrived home at 4 p.m. her dog didn’t greet her normally in the garage and instead went behind the garage. When the woman fed her dog, she found that he wasn’t hungry and that his breath smelled like steak. The woman then received a phone call from her neighbor, who informed her of seeing a white man either in his teens or 20s with short brown or black hair behind the woman’s garage. The neighbor assumed incorrectly the man was the woman’s son. Police checked the area at the request of the woman.

April 28

Patrol check: A man living on the 2000 block of Toe Jam Hill Road requested some speed control checks in the Tom Jam Hill area. He suggested running radar from 7 to 9 a.m. and 4 to 6 p.m.

April 27

Driving under the influence/alcohol and traffic accident: A 49-year-old Kingston woman hit the center of the roundabout on Madison Avenue at 12:30 a.m., causing a median sign to break off. The underside of the woman’s vehicle had ignited some of the median’s bushes on fire. When the officer arrived, the woman appeared intoxicated and unstable on her feet. Her face was flushed and her eyes were bloodshot. The woman said when she approached the roundabout, her brakes made a funny sound and she was unable to stop. The officer saw no evidence of braking. The woman provided two valid breath samples that measured .160 and .158. She was cited for DUI and booked on a $2,500 bail.

Theft in the third degree: A woman living on the 6000 block of Blakely Avenue reported the theft of two bales of hay. A bale, which weighs 65-75 pounds, are worth $22 each. The woman said it was the third time she had hay missing.

April 26

Abandoned and/or vehicle impounded: At 11:35 p.m., a woman reported a vehicle left and abandoned in the roadway at Koura Road, just west of Miller Road. The driver reported that she had nearly collided with the vehicle as it was taking up most of the right side of the road. Police dispatchers were unable to locate a phone number for the registered owners of the car, which didn’t have a note left with it. The car was towed and impounded with no law enforcement hold.

Suspicious persons/situations: A woman living on the 15000 block of Agatewood Road reported three to four teenagers in her backyard with flashlights at 9:30 p.m. When officers arrived, the woman told them one of teens was wearing a gray hoodie. Officers were unable to locate the youth, who were first spotted in the wooded area of her backyard.

April 25

Identity theft: A man living in the 9000 block of Pine Street reported that someone had tried to steal $5,300 through a transfer to a different account. The money transfer wasn’t completed. The man said he didn’t have any burglaries or vehicle prowls at his residence.

April 24

Suspicious persons/situations: A woman living on the 9000 block of Green Spot Place reported seeing a dark green 1999 Pontiac Pro four-door car leaving her neighbor’s driveway around 1 p.m. on April 14 with three people in the car. When the woman arrived at 6:30 p.m. April 24, she saw the same car with three people in it again leaving her neighbor’s driveway. This time the woman wrote down the vehicle’s license plate number, which indicated the car’s owner was from Port Angeles. When the woman told her neighbor about the sighting, the neighbor said she was home at the time and that no one had come to the door.


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