Bremerton blotter, May 6-12

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Here’s your weekly Bremerton Beat police blotter for May 6-12. 

Theft of wedding ring, 1200 Fifth Street: A man recently released from prison who lives at a halfway house told police that on May 2, he took off his wedding ring to do the dishes and had walked away from the sink when he got a phone call. When he returned, the ring was gone. Police have no suspects.

Truck theft, 11th Street and Olympic Avenue: Officers May 6 learned that a man who’d reported his truck stolen had found it and was following it. After police pulled over the truck and detained its occupants, they asked the man how he could have found it after reporting it stolen. The man told police he’d called a girl whose phone number he’d found on Backpage.com and invited her over May 6 because “he just wanted somebody to hang out with.” He said that while he’d been drinking, he thinks the woman put something in his drink while they were hanging out because he doesn’t remember much from the night. He woke up in jail and said he was told he was arrested for disorderly conduct at Fred Meyer. When he was released from jail he found the truck was not at his home. The man identified one of the women in the truck as the one he’d called from the ad. She was arrested for taking a motor vehicle without the owner’s permission and booked into the Kitsap County Jail. Police found opiate pills and a drug pipe in her purse.

Man in woman’s restroom, 1500 Park Avenue: Police were called to Evergreen-Rotary Park May 6 for a man passed out in a women’s restroom with “blood coming out of his ears.” Police found him there and he indeed did have some blood on his earlobe. The man said he “does not see well” and was confused about where he was. He denied alcohol or drug use and said he just wanted to catch the bus home. He denied needing help from medics.

Theft of camera, 300 Naval Avenue: A man reported to police that he’d left his camera, valued at about $5,000, inside the Pour House Tavern May 9. “He was not sure if he left his camera there or if it was stolen,” reports said. Police have no suspects.

Girls fighting, 1500 Park Avenue: Police went to Evergreen-Rotary Park for a report of two girls fighting May 11. One of the participants left in a car and an officer pulled the car over. The officer found the girl, 15, who said the other participant had “been talking about her on Facebook and they agreed to meet to fight.” When they got there, the 15-year-old said she hit the other girl (also 15) even though the other teen did not want to fight. She then left in a car. Police found she had a warrant for minor in possession of alcohol and she was taken to the Kitsap County Juvenile Detention Center. Police also found the other girl, who said she did not know her attacker.

Vehicle prowling, 1300 Park Avenue: A woman reported May 12 that her boyfriend’s vehicle may have been prowled. The car had a “partially open” front door and the passenger side window was “partially out.” It didn’t appear anything had been taken from inside the car.

Domestic disturbance, 3000 Halverson Avenue: Police were dispatched May 12 to a call of a woman allegedly being attacked. But when they got there, they found there’d only been an argument. However, a woman living there had three warrants for her arrest — one for driving with a suspended license and two for theft. She was taken to the Kitsap County Jail.

Gun toting, 11th Street and Warren Avenue: A call to 911 reported a man carrying a rifle around 4 p.m. May 12. A police officer found the man, rifle slung over his back. He was walking two dogs on leashes. The officer deemed his conduct lawful, and did not contact the man.

One thought on “Bremerton blotter, May 6-12

  1. “Theft of camera, 300 Naval Avenue: A man reported to police that he’d left his camera, valued at about $5,000, inside the Pour House Tavern May 9. “He was not sure if he left his camera there or if it was stolen,” reports said. Police have no suspects.”

    Who…would take a $5K camera to a bar? Hopefully he had insurance, but I don’t think they’ll exactly cough that amount up for a replacement simply on his say so……

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