Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.
Tuesday, Nov. 6
9:26 a.m. A motorcycle collided with a deer on Bucklin Hill Road. The deer and the motorcycle rider were both injured.
Sunday, Nov. 11
1:29 a.m. Officers found spray paint on windows at Bainbridge High School. The words were difficult to read, but one message read “[Expletive] go die,” and the other appeared to read “Never forget this.” Damage is estimated at $200.
Wednesday, Nov. 14
9:10 a.m. Two decorative plant pots were stolen from a grave site on Cemetery Road.
Friday, Nov. 16
11:51 p.m. Police pulled over a driver on Sportsman Club Road for speeding and driving erratically. The driver appeared intoxicated and failed roadside sobriety tests. He also declined to take a portable breath test. Later, at the police station, breath tests indicated .191 and .195 blood alcohol levels. The driver was also found to have a felony warrant out of Colorado for burglary. He was arrested on the warrant and for DUI.
Monday, Nov. 19
10:42 a.m. Police were contacted by officials at the Madrona School on Madison Avenue. Someone used the school’s credit card number to purchase an iPad and items from iTunes. The total loss was $304.91.