Bainbridge Island police blotter, Sept. 10

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The following items were taken from Bainbridge Island Police Department 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 from Aug. 31 to Sept. 6: 4 traffic accidents, 4 assaults in the fourth degree, 3 suspicious incident/investigation, 3 miscellaneous, 2 found property, 2 identity thefts, 2 malicious mischief, 1 driving while license suspended/revoked in the third degree, 1 failure to transfer title within 15 days, 1 boating-operating vessel under the influence, 1 animal cruelty, 1 warrant felony, 1 domestic verbal, 1 vehicle prowling in the second degree, 1 theft in the third degree, 1 driving under the influence, 1 theft motor vehicle parts and accessories and 1 theft in the second degree.
Sept. 7

Criminal trespass in the second degree: An employee with a construction company doing work on John Adams Road reported a pushed over a porta-potty at 6:17 p.m., as well as the construction site’s fence being knocked down. Although neighbors saw three teens in the area, they didn’t see them enter the construction site. Two of the teens had dark hair and the other had blond hair. All of the teens had skateboards.

Theft in the third degree: A 34-year-old man living in the 7000 block of Hidden Cove Road reported that his GMC Yukon Denali cross-branding bicycle, sold through Amazon, was missing. The man had left the bike in front of his garage around noon Sept. 6 and found it stolen around 5 p.m. Sept. 7. The man said he was home almost all of the weekend, but didn’t notice the theft.

Sept. 6

Theft in the second degree: A 37-year-old man who has placed $800 in cash in an envelope for two years to pay for the rent of his residence, located on the 8000 block of High School Loop, reported the envelope he left this month was missing from his landlord’s porch. The man had been late on his rent several times before and has been told in the past to pay his rent with a check by the landlord but has refused. The landlord has consulted with an attorney to review her options.

Sept. 5

Criminal trespass in the first degree: A 50-year-old man noticed at 6:51 p.m. his cat was on the second story deck of his home, located on 9000 block of Kono Road. Although nothing was missing or damaged from the residence, the man suspected someone came into his home since he usually keeps his cat locked in the downstairs entry room by the back door. When the man came home the back door was unlocked and open.

 

Theft – motor vehicle parts and accessories: A 75-year-old man reported that someone had removed his vehicle’s rear license plate while his car was parked on the 100 block of Parfitt Way from Aug. 28 to Sept. 5. The man suspects there are no security cameras at the location of the theft.

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About Ethan Fowler

Ethan Fowler has more than 20 years of journalism experience with 19 years of daily and weekly newspaper experience covering news, features and sports, as well as being an editor for 14 of those years. He has won several writing awards over the years in Washington state, Virginia, Texas and Georgia, including award-winning investigative journalism. Fowler was paid by the Review & Herald Publishing Association in 2009 to co-author a book, "Brushed Back: The Story of Trevor Bullock," with his wife. The book details the real life of a top minor league pitcher in the Philadelphia Phillies organization and his Christian faith. "Brushed Back" has sold more than 2,000 copies since its release.