Bainbridge Police reported  the following incidents:

March 5

5:45 p.m. The Suquamish Police Department called to alert Bainbridge officers about a felony warrant subject spotted during a family function on the island.

The suspect had a warrant for escaping from the Department of Corrections. The Suquamish officer asked Bainbridge officers to wait until he asked for backup to avoid spooking the individual.

After the suspect was detained Bainbridge officers were called to help search the individual and place him under arrest. He was transported to the Kitsap County jail.

March 7

8:55 p.m. Officers were notified of an intoxicated male yelling profanities at a construction crew and throwing construction cones into the roadway at Winslow Way and Madrone Lane.

When the officer arrived he was told that a white male in his 30s walked into the construction area and began yelling at the workers. He walked away from the site and grabbed a cone and threw it in the roadway.

The officer was given a description of the man, and spotted a male matching the description standing at the rear door of a Winslow bar.

The officer asked the suspect to speak to him near the patrol car about the incident. The man said he didn’t do anything and was just walking home.

His speech was slurred, he could not stand straight and was swaying back and forth.

Two members of the construction crew positively identified the man. He was placed under arrest and transported to the Kitsap County Jail where he was booked for disorderly conduct.

His bail was set at $2,500.

March 6

2:24 a.m. A Bainbridge resident called to report a domestic violence incident.

When the female called she was speaking at nearly a whisper and told the officers that she was  angry at her boyfriend who was drinking at the casino instead of spending time with her.

The female sounded intoxicated and was slurring her speech while crying and laughing.

The female said they were in an argument about their weekend plans when he grabbed a brick and threw it through the window of her car and threw a drink at her.

The officer told the woman that his actions were domestic violence and malicious mischief.

The woman became upset and said she didn’t want her boyfriend arrested.

They had recently moved to an apartment in Silverdale, but she refused to give the officer the address, saying that she just wanted to report only the broken window and she didn’t want him to be arrested.

She would only give the Bainbridge address for her parents home.

No other information at this time.

9:06 p.m. Officer stopped a vehicle for erratic driving and arrested the driver for DUI.

When the officer spotted the vehicle the driver had just pulled out in front of an on-coming vehicle, causing the other vehicle to brake to avoid a collision.

The driver was female and driving a Cadillac. She drove up over the inner circle curb at Madison Avenue and quickly accelerated over the speed limit before the officer performed the traffic stop.

The smell of alcohol poured out of the vehicle when she rolled down her window.

Her voice was slurred and she told the officer that she was driving like she was due to the music she was listening to on the stereo.

She agreed to perform field sobriety tests. It was clear to the officer that she was under the influence of alcohol and was placed under arrest.

She began screaming and crying once inside the vehicle. At the police station she provided a breath sample of .175 and .185 blood alcohol content. She was booked for DUI and bail was set at $10,000.

March 8

7:20 a.m. A local fitness establishment called to report a possible burglary.

The property manager called the police station to say he was contacted by the owner of the cleaning company about a problem the previous night. Cleaning workers found a young man in the shower area when the cleaning crew arrived around midnight to 3 a.m. that morning.

The male was sitting in one of the shower stalls on a chair. The crew could smell smoke but was unable to identify the source. The male was asked to leave, and he did.

Around 7:15 a.m., the male returned to the gym when it opened and walked toward the shower room. The property manager questioned the male as to why he was in the building when it was locked up for the night.

He said he was a gym member and gave his last name. The manager attempted to look up the boys information and told him to told to sit down while law enforcement was contacted.

The young man then slowly walked to the back hallway before running out the back door. He was chased, but jumped over a concrete wall.

He was described as white, late teens to early 20s, with short hair and wearing a sweatshirt and jeans with a green backpack.

The gym determined that the individual had stayed in the building after the doors were locked for the evening.

There were no signs of forced entry. The police were unable to locate the young man.


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