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Bainbridge blotter | Sick dog after neighbor dispute

The latest reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.

Tuesday, July 10

9:58 a.m. A canoe was stolen from a home on Eagle Harbor Lane. It was valued at $1,700.

2:23 p.m. A crab pot buoy was sighted off of Restoration Point during a day closed to crabbing. Police retrieved the buoy and found contact information on it. Attempts to contact the owner were unsuccessful. The crab pot was placed into evidence. A report was forwarded to the Kitsap County Prosecutor for review of charges for unlawful recreational fishing/crabbing.

2:23 p.m. Two crab pots were found in Blakely Harbor. Police contacted the owner of the pots. The owner was cited for unlawful recreational fishing/crabbing.

Wednesday, July 11

11:17 a.m. A business owner placed a sandwich board sign for her business on Sportsman Club Road and it was stolen. The business owner waited a few days to report the theft in hopes that the sign would show up. It was valued at $300.

12 p.m. A woman living at an apartment complex on Ericksen Avenue reported a series of harassment incidents to police. The woman’s sister also lives at the apartment complex and a feud has arisen between their daughters. The feud began because of a boy that dated both of their daughters.

The woman had found screws in her tires over the last few months. Her car had also been keyed.

Her dog had also become very ill recently after she witnessed her niece throwing food at it. She thinks the dog was poisoned, but the animal is better now. The woman has no proof that the incidents were caused by her sister or her kids.

Whenever her sister’s family sees her daughter they yell derogatory insults at her.

Police advised her that she should call if problems persist.

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