Bainbridge blotter | Too loud lawn mowers
November 22, 2012 · Updated 10:40 AM
Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.
Monday, Oct. 22
2:53 p.m. A boat in Eagle Harbor was taking on water. The boat was going to try and make it to a dock in the harbor. The captain assumed that a loose cooling hose was the problem since the water stopped coming in once he turned off the engine. Police met the captain at the dock to provide assistance.
Sunday, Oct. 21
5:26 p.m. Someone entered a vacant house on Bayview Boulevard. The owner noticed various doors open and items moved around the home.
Monday, Oct. 22
7:24 a.m. Police responded to a noise complaint on Cherry Avenue near the Wing Point Golf Course. A man wanted police to talk with lawn mower operators on the course who were making noise with their machines.
11:59 p.m. Police responded to a report of domestic violence on Miller Road. The dispatcher heard a man cussing in the background of the phone call and said there might be a physical struggle in progress. Police found a man yelling at his roommate, insisting that he leave. The yelling man had previously taken a mirror in his roommate’s bedroom and smashed it on a computer before punching the roommate in the face.
Police asked the yelling man if he had been drinking that night. He responded “a lot.” The man claimed his roommate was a felon and a child molester and he didn’t want him living there anymore. Police arrested the yelling man for malicious mischief and domestic violence.