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Bainbridge Island blotter | Daughter breaks mom's nose
The latest reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.
Monday, April 2
12:34 a.m. A home on High School Road was entered through an unlocked window. Medications and a video game system were stolen in the break-in.
4:20 p.m. A resident on Point White Drive said a twine fence was cut through over the previous weekend. The person said twine on the fence had been cut repeatedly over the past two months.
5:01 p.m. Police were called to the Town & Country Market when an intoxicated man was asked to leave the store. The man left the store and police found him walking along Winslow Way. Police gave the man a courtesy ride to his home.
Tuesday, April 3
1:53 p.m. A resident on Sunset Loop reported that her wedding ring had been stolen by her niece and her niece's boyfriend.
The ring had been stolen sometime in March when the niece was visiting with her boyfriend. The woman had an argument with her guests, which prompted them to leave. She discovered the ring missing on March 31. She told police that the boyfriend was on parole. Police checked with the boyfriend's parole officer and various pawn shops where they may have sold the ring, but it was not found.
Wednesday, April 4
11:21 a.m. Police responded to an assault at a home on Shepard Way. A 23-year-old woman had broken her mother's nose while going through heroin withdrawals.
The Bainbridge Island Fire Department was called to provide medical aid to the mother. The daughter told police she argued with her mother over a cell phone bill and her mother tried to take her cell phone away from her, scratching her arm in the process. She told police that she got "really super angry with her." She admitted to striking her mother during the confrontation.
Further investigation revealed a wallet in the daughter's room. The daughter denied it was hers. However, her ID was found in the wallet along with a spoon and a used syringe. The items were later tested at the police station and showed the presence of heroin.
The daughter was arrested for assault and the possession of drug paraphernalia.