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Blame It on the Heat? A Week of Odd Motor Vehicle Accidents

This past week Bainbridge witnessed some odd driver behaviors, almost one each day. It may be that we Washingtonians aren’t able to process so much sun. Here they are, right out of the Police Blotter. It all began on the afternoon of the 22nd at 5:19 in the afternoon. A vehicle heading south on a private…

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Police Blotter 7/2/15: Injecting Heroin at T&C

POLICE BLOTTER June 29 Something Fishy. Officer William Shields spoke to the manager of American Gold Seafood Fishery, which is located on South Beach Drive. The manager said that sometime between June 25 at 4 p.m. and June 26 at 7 a.m. someone had accessed the dock and tampered with a net in the fish…

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Police Blotter 6/24/15: Why You Don’t Want a Shark Buoy

POLICE BLOTTER June 23 Delayed Report of Accident. A woman called the station to talk about an accident that had occurred two hours earlier. She told Officer Jon Ledbetter that at about 12:45 p.m. she was in the left turn lane of Day Road West preparing to turn onto 305. As she waited for the…

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Police Blotter 6/22/15: Paint Night Fallout

POLICE BLOTTER June 15 Wood Avenue Speeders. A woman requested a speed monitoring sign on Wood Avenue. She said there are regular speeders along that stretch due to the fact that there is no speed limit sign posted. She suspects the limit is 25 mph. Senior Police Clerk Kelly Eisenhood will check with the City…

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Police Blotter 6/9/15: Shoplifter Escapes on Speeding Cart

POLICE BLOTTER June 4 Slap Fight Between Roommates. Two roomates got into an argument at around 11:34 at night, and one accused the other of assault. Officer Erik Peffer made contact with the alleged victim, a foreign student. She was waiting at a neighbor’s apartment. He also attempted to contact the suspect, but she refused…

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Police Blotter 5/27/15: Always Leave the Car in Park

POLICE BLOTTER May 26 Parting Gifts? Officer Mike Tovar spoke with a woman regarding a theft. She said she works for a local company. An employee of the company abandoned his job on May 15, but he was still in possession of a company cell phone and laptop. The company had sent him a letter…

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Police Blotter 5/18/15: Weird Stuff This Time

POLICE BLOTTER May 17 Cracked Windshield, Blocking Tow Ball, and Two Warrants. At about 3:30 in the afternoon, Sergeant Ben Sias saw a man known from prior contacts driving east on High School. He knew there were warrants out on the man. Sias ran his name over the air and learned he had two misdemeanor warrants,…

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Police Blotter 5/7/15: Theft Victim with Expensive Taste

POLICE BLOTTER May 5 Wipeout Caused by Coyote. At 6:56 in the morning, a vehicle was traveling south on Moran Road. Where the road curves to the left at Lofgren, a coyote ran across the street. The driver swerved and braked, causing the vehicle to hydroplane. It slid to the right, and the front tire left the roadway…

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Police Blotter 5/3/15: Pursuit by Drunk, Scimitar-Wielding Man

POLICE BLOTTER April 29 Found License. A woman found a driver’s license on Ericksen. Senior Police Clerk Barb Seitz tried contacting the owner and reached a voice mailbox that had not yet been set up. She mailed a letter to the person at the most recent address on file. April 28 Booze Shoplifter. Officer Kurt…

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Police Blotter 4/22/15: The Eight Days of Tax Fraud

POLICE BLOTTER April 20 Shoplifter with Expensive Taste. The owner of a Madison Business told police that sometime between 3:30 and 4 a theft occurred in her store. She said she had been in the back of the store conducting interviews and was alerted to the theft after the fact. A large group of women…

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Police Blotter 4/14/15: Booze Hauls, Mattress with Cats, Your Tires Are Gone

POLICE BLOTTER April 13 Two Major Booze Hauls. At 10:12 in the morning, Officer Gary Koon was dispatched to the Safeway for a theft. The store director said two separate thefts had occurred the day before. He provided CDs of instore video. The first incident happened at 5:45. A white male in his mid to late…

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Police Blotter 4/8/15: Drunk Driver Takes out Tree on Madison

POLICE BLOTTER April 6 Car Prowl at the Ferry Terminal. A man parked his car in the lot at the ferry terminal. He locked the car, paid the parking fee, and ran to catch the 8:45 ferry. He forgot that his phone was still plugged into the car’s charger. When he returned on the 5:30…

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Police Blotter 4/2/15: That’s Not How We Do It in Washington

POLICE BLOTTER March 31 Irving Lane Mail Theft. A woman informed police that she had expected her tax returns from her accountant to be delivered but they had not arrived. She believed they had been stolen from her mailbox on Irving Lane. Mending Fences. Officer Gary Koon was dispatched for a civil dispute. He met…

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Police Blotter 3/25/15: Attack of the Drone

POLICE BLOTTER March 24 Found Backpack. A person found a black backpack that washed up on the beach. Officer Erik Peffer found identification inside and a receipt from the 22nd. The Bremerton police were contacted and they knew the owner as a transient. The backpack was placed into storage. March 23 Attack of the Drone….

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Police Blotter 3/18/15: Kid Almost Hit at Bus Stop

POLICE BLOTTER March 16 Where’d I Leave My Gun? A man called police about a found gun. Officer Kurt Enget spoke with the man who told him that he commutes by bicycle from Bainbridge to Poulsbo. While he was riding around 8 in the morning on 305 he saw a black case on the side…

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Police Blotter 3/12/15: Defensive Meditator, Kicking Neighbor, Menace at Wheel

POLICE BLOTTER March 10 Found Backpack with Meds. Officer Kurtis Enget was on patrol when at 1:24 in the afternoon he was dispatched for a fond backpack. Cencom advised that the reporting party believed the backpack contained narcotics. Enget, who is new to the department, was accompanied by Officer Jeff Benkert. The reporting party told…

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Police Blotter 3/5/15: Drunk Sex Offender Passed out at Safeway

POLICE BLOTTER March 2 Flow of Money Away from Account. A woman reported that someone attempted to charge $505 to her bank card. The bank stopped the charge. The charges were attempted by an online company named Flow. The woman then noticed that two unauthorized payments to Norton Antivirus had been charged to her account…

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Police Blotter 2/25/15: Dog Poop on Car Handles

POLICE BLOTTER February 23 New Sweden House Prowl. A woman called police and informed them that at 12:30 in the afternoon, she exited her residence and headed to her detached studio on New Sweden. When she left her residence, just 50 yards away, she left a laptop and a cell phone on her kitchen island. When…

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Police Blotter 2/18/15: Smile! You’re on Camera in Your Own Bathroom

POLICE BLOTTER February 16 New Parking. Officer Victor Cienega was driving through the area of Madison Ave. and Winslow Way near Bjune at 1:13 in the afternoon when he saw a vehicle parked in the lane of travel. He pulled in behind the vehicle. There was no one in it. He talked with a nearby…

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Police Blotter 2/11/15: The Bombs Bursting in Air

POLICE BLOTTER February 10 Speeder with No Plate or License. At 8:05 in the morning, Officer Mike Tovar was parked on the southbound shoulder of Manzanita Road in the 13400 block. He saw a southbound approaching vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. He obtained a radar reading of 44 mph in a 35 mph…

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