Bainbridge Police Blotter | March 26

Bainbridge Police reported the following incidents:

March 12

12:50 p.m. A resident returned to her home to find that someone had driven over two large boulders in the corner of her driveway, twisting one in its place and dragging the other 30 yards down the road.

The woman told police she left her home between 10:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. that day. When she returned she noticed a boulder about 10 feet from the intersection. Another boulder was shifted, but still in its location.

It appeared to police that a large vehicle went in the driveway, possibly to turn around, and drove over the two boulders.

Public works employees returned the boulders to their original positions on the driveway.

Police have no suspects.

March 13

9:56 a.m. A Seattle resident was found to have a suspended license after being pulled over on a traffic stop.

Officers observed a vehicle driving erratically on High School Road. The driver was going above the speed limit and abruptly stopped in the middle of an intersection. The driver of the vehicle failed to grant right-of-way to another driver.

Police stopped the driver, who was unable to provide proof of insurance or vehicle registration.

He said he didn’t have his license on him but found it later in the conversation.

A check of the license revealed it was suspended because the driver failed to pay a number of parking tickets.

He was cited for failure to provide insurance and driving with a suspended license.

March 15

9:14 a.m. A resident reported that a neighbor continued to come on to her property without permission.

The property owner told police a neighbor and his son had been on the property without permission several times in the last year. The latest incident occurred two weeks ago. The property owner told police that the neighbors scared her son.

She said she asked him several times through email and in person to stay off the property. She said she was normally met with rudeness and a sense of entitlement by the neighbor. He denied her request each time, and she said he became angry at her. She said she didn’t feel comfortable communicating with him because of his increasing agitation.

Police spoke with the neighbor, who said he had only been on the property a couple times and if she asked him to leave, he did. He said the last time he was on the property was approximately a month ago.

His son saw the property owner’s son and wanted to introduce himself. He followed his son over the property line where the owner’s son was playing. He told police the owner told him to get off the property, but when he tried to explain his side, she didn’t want to hear it.

Police told him that she isn’t comfortable with him on the property, and should he trespass again, she will contact police. He said he understood.

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