Police Blotter: Drunk woman threatens to pee her pants


This week, a drunken driver threatened to pee her pants when police took her into custody. Unbeknownst to her, the deed had already been done.

And a whole lot of domestic assaults this week, including a head butting, a face scratching and a fork poking.

Mar. 11
Assault: A Bainbridge woman was arrested for assault after she bit and punched a Bremerton man at a Knechtel Way apartment. The victim said the suspect became enraged after seeing evidence of calls to another woman on his cell phone. Police observed a bloody bite mark on the victim’s back. The suspect told police that the victim started the altercation by pushing her. She denied any other violence toward the victim. When police noted the bite mark, the suspect shrugged and said it must have been from the woman he keeps calling on his phone. She was also issued a theft citation after police discovered that she hid the victim’s phone in a potted plant. She was taken to the county jail in Port Orchard.

Mar. 9
Crash: Two Bainbridge residents were treated for neck and back pain after their vehicles were involved in a collision on Highway 305 near Madison Avenue just after 6 p.m. One of the drivers, a male, did not know the other vehicle was stopped. He struck it at a high rate of speed, causing it to strike a third vehicle’s rear end.

Mar. 8
Crash: A Poulsbo man suffered a sore back after his car was struck from the rear by another vehicle on Highway 305 just before 8 a.m. The Poulsbo man was stopped at the intersection with Madison Avenue. The other driver, a Burien female, was cited for speeding.

Mar. 7
Disorderly: An intoxicated Bainbridge man was arrested for disorderly conduct after he yelled profanities and threw traffic cones at a Winslow Way construction site just before 9 p.m. The suspect, who was found walking at a nearby location, said police had “the wrong guy” and that the construction crew was “lying” about his behavior.

Drunken car sleeping: A Bainbridge female was arrested on Lynwood Center Road just before noon for being in control of a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Police were alerted by someone who saw a woman who appeared “passed out” in a parked car with its motor running. The suspect admitted she had two shots of vodka. After failing a sobriety test, the suspect was taken to the county jail in Port Orchard.

Mar. 6
Broken: A Bainbridge woman reported that her boyfriend threw a brick through her vehicle window at around 2 a.m. She declined to press charges.

Drunken driving: A 53-year-old Bainbridge woman was arrested for drunken driving at the Highway 305-Madison Avenue intersection just before 11 p.m. Police observed the suspect’s Cadillac car nearly collide with another vehicle, drive on a curb and speed about 10 mph over the speed limit. Once pulled over, the suspect told police she was driving in an erratic manner due to the music playing in her car. An officer noted that the suspect had the strong odor of alcohol and had urinated in her pants. Once in a patrol car, the suspect began yelling and crying. The suspect threatened to urinate in her pants. When an officer reminded her she had already done that, the suspect rubbed the wet area of her pants, sniffed her fingers and remarked “I don’t think so.” She was taken to the county jail in Port Orchard.

Mar. 5
Assault: A Bainbridge man’s face was scratched by his wife during an altercation in which he punched a wall, severely injuring his hand. The victim was picked up by police when they saw him walking along New Brooklyn Road just before 5:45 a.m. The victim said he and his wife had argued, but that the injuries were due to falling into a pole. His wife confirmed that she had scratched his face. This enraged him, and he punched their home’s walls several times, she said. The victim’s hand appeared to be broken, police said. Confronted with his wife’s admission, the victim still insisted his injuries were due to a fall. A report was sent to the prosecutor’s office.

Mar. 4
Crash: A Bremerton man was uninjured when his pickup truck veered off Eagle Harbor Drive, plunged down a 30-foot embankment and struck two trees just before 2:30 p.m. The truck suffered front and side damage. The driver was cited for inattentive driving and for having no insurance.

Mar. 3
Assault: A Bainbridge female was struck on her face by her boyfriend at a Lynwood Center Road home just after 11:15 p.m. Police noticed the victim was bleeding from her nose when they arrived. The suspect had fled. She said he struck her after she inquired about his school attendance. She struck him back, she said.

Burglary: A laptop computer was stolen from an unlocked studio near a North Madison Avenue home.

Mar. 2
Assault: A Bainbridge male was arrested for assaulting his girlfriend at their Phelps Road home just after 10:30 p.m. The victim said the suspect, whom she lives with, became angry about with whom she was sending text messages. He jabbed her several times with a fork and later hit her face, violently shook her body and pulled her hair. The victim fled the home before calling 911. The suspect was later located in the Seabold neighborhood. He was taken to the county jail in Port Orchard.

Feb. 26
Assault: A Bainbridge male was arrested for head-butting his wife on the nose at their Battle Point Drive home. The victim told police the suspect became angry when she criticized his cooking procedures. The head butt caused a laceration across the victim’s nose and a large amount of bleeding and swelling. When asked why he struck his wife, the suspect said he acted on “instinct.” He was taken to the county jail in Port Orchard.

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