Month in Review: MarchApril 2nd, 2007 by josh farley
The Crime and Justice Forum was dominated in March by the news of the arrest of the Naval Base Kitsap’s highest enlisted man, Edward E. Scott. But there was all sorts of news, which you can find by clicking the link below.
The discussions on this blog were as fruitful and confrontational as they’ve ever been. For those of you who have followed these discussions, do you have any parting comments? Any lessons learned?
Feedback can only make this blog better.
CK Man Faces Life in Prison for Bank Heist
A jury delivers a guilty verdict for a man who robbed an East Bremerton bank last summer to bail his girlfriend out of jail.
BI Students Jailed in Teacher’s Poisoning
The alleged toxin used by the two girls? Strawberry lip gloss.
Man Ducked Prison to Rob Banks
The Port Orchard man failed to turn himself in for a jail term on other charges March 5.
Counterfeit Checks Give Car Thieves a License to Steal
The checks from “Kitsap Credit Union” seemed real enough as they passed through the hands of car dealers. But one search of the address written upon their upper left corner of the checks — 1025 Burwell St. — would have led to a telling, ironic discovery.
Top Spot in the State: Where Drunk Drivers Drink
A Bremerton watering hole tops a list of establishments cited by impaired drivers cited as places where they drink.
Master Chief Says He Was Addicted to Chat Rooms
He had an addiction to online chat rooms and had started doing this behavior possibly to get back at his wife over marital issues, according to the Bremerton police detectives who arrested Naval Base Kitsap s highest enlisted man Friday morning.
SK Man Pleads Guilty to 11th, 12th DUI Charges
Charles T. Sorenson was sentenced to two years in jail, the maximum sentence he could have received.
Naval Base Kitsap: Navy Chief Jailed for Soliciting Child
Police say Edward E. Scott, Kitsap’s top enlisted man, wanted to include children in ‘graphic sex acts’ at a Bremerton motel.
Estimated $1.5 Million in Damage: Poulsbo Wal-Mart Shuttered by
The Thursday night blaze, which may be arson, may keep the Olhava locale closed up to a week.
Alaska Man Arrested for Port Ludlow Arson
Federal agents have arrested an Alaska man they suspect was behind a massive condominium fire in Port Ludlow that caused about $4 million in damages, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.
Navy Cop Charged After Gun Incident
A 33-year-old Poulsbo man and Navy police officer was charged Tuesday with flashing a handgun at a group of teens in East Bremerton early Saturday morning, according to Kitsap County prosecutors.
CK Man Arrested on Suspicion of Sex Crimes
A 46-year-old Silverdale man was arrested late Sunday on suspicion of rape and molestation of a juvenile family member in repeated incidents over the past three years, according to the Kitsap County Sheriff s Office.
http://www1.kitsapsun.com/bsun/local/article/0,2403,BSUN_19088_5407869,00.html“>Going Online to Halt Sex Crimes
A computer hard drive, pages of Internet chat logs, an IP address and maybe a lewd web cam pic or two.
Putting Some New Paws on Patrol
Veteran Police Chief Jeff Doran isn t the only Poulsbo cop hanging up his badge this month. Also retiring is Cole, a 10-year-old black Labrador retriever who has sniffed out at least a half-million dollars in drugs and drug money in eight years with the department.
Delivering Peace to a ‘Very Negative Place’
Acts of violence produce a whole lot of agony, but there are ways for the community to heal from the hurt, South Kitsap resident George Larson says.
Plates’ Popularity Raises Cash, and at Times Some Eyebrows
State officials may soon be making ‘tough calls’ on specialty plates’ causes.