Bainbridge Police Blotter | Oct. 16

Bainbridge Police reported the following incidents:

Oct. 7

1:09 p.m. A woman reported that her Chase debit card had been used without her permission to purchase an item from Walmart online. The woman had no suspect information.

Oct. 9

10:05 p.m. An officer stopped a northbound vehicle on SR-305 at the Agate Pass Bridge for crossing the centerline and fog line several times. Upon stopping the vehicle, the officer observed the odor of intoxicants coming from the male driver. Upon agreeing to perform voluntary field sobriety tests, the driver was arrested for DUI. After a breath test, the driver was taken to the Kitsap County Jail and booked for DUI.

Oct. 11

5:33 a.m. A Poulsbo woman was stopped on SR-305 at Sportsman Club Road for making an illegal pass on SR-305 at Morgan Road. The woman was unable to provide her driver’s license or proof of insurance. The officer checked her license, which was suspended for having previously unpaid tickets. The woman was issued a citation for the passing violation and not having proof of insurance. She was issued a criminal citation for driving while suspended. The woman had a licensed family member pick up the vehicle.

4:58 p.m An officer was requested to confirm a misdemeanor warrant on a Bainbridge man. Deputies were with him in Kingston on a fire detail. The man had several warrants from several agencies that had been confirmed, and he was taken to the Kitsap County jail. The officer located the warrant for driving with a suspended license and theft.

5:55 p.m. As a Chevy and Toyota pickup traveled northbound on SR-305, the driver of the Toyota pickup noticed stopped vehicles ahead of him and braked hard to avoid a collision. The driver of the Chevy, who was conversing with a passenger, was distracted and unable to stop in time, striking the rear of the Toyota pickup.

10:32 p.m. A man discovered that his wallet and cigarettes had been taken from his unlocked vehicle. The man said the wallet was dark brown leather and contained his driver’s license and social security card, as well as food stamps.

11:10 p.m. An Eagle Harbor resident called 9-1-1 to report a window broken on his vehicle, which had been parked in the on Winslow Way East. The front passenger side window of the vehicle was broken by a large round concrete step. Nothing was missing from the vehicle, and no other damage had been done. The cost to replace the window was estimated at approximately $200.

Oct. 12

11:22 a.m. A man reported the theft of several political signs. The man said over the last two weeks 33 political signs located in various areas of the island had been stolen. The signs said “No BI Bloat Bond” and “vote no and no $$$.” The signs were valued at $10 each, with a total loss of $330. The man said that in some of the locations the stolen signs were replaced with signs that read “YES, Children!”

12:36 p.m. A Dodge Durango was going westbound on High School Road traveling very slowly in the center, two-way left-turn lane. The driver intended to turn left (south) into 253 High School Road. A Chrysler Sebring traveling westbound on High School Road, passed the Durango and started moving over into the center, two way left turn lane. The Durango struck the Sebring.

4:37 p.m. Police ran the license plate of a vehicle northbound on SR 305 from Day Road. They learned the 36-year-old man was driving with a suspended license as of Sept. 2 for unpaid tickets. The driver claimed he was unaware that his license was suspended. The officer cited the man for driving with a suspended license and had a licensed driver drive the vehicle away.

11:04 p.m. Officers responded to 9-1-1 calls regarding continuous dog barking on Cherry Ave. An officer knocked on the front door of the residence and contacted a man who said the Husky belonged to his roommate. The man said he did not hear the dog barking because he was in the basement. The man then took the dog inside.

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