Bainbridge Island Review


Bainbridge blotter | Third time's the charm

January 8, 2013 · 9:38 AM

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.

Sunday, Dec. 9

4:31 a.m. Two young males, 18 and 19, were found drunk in a courtyard at Bainbridge High School. The two young men were consuming soda and Bacardi Gold Rum. The police officer drove the two young men home, but when the officer went back to the police department, another officer found the same two young men back at the high school again. Once again, they were transported home and told if they were found again they would be going to jail. But it wasn’t long before the same two young men were found on High School Road heading to the school. This time, they were arrested for minors in possession of alcohol and trespassing.

Monday, Dec. 10

6:06 a.m. Bainbridge police assisted the Suquamish Police Department at the scene of a collision near Poulsbo.

2:46 p.m. A man obtained a protection order against his son, but his wife insisted that their son stay in the apartment above the garage of their Ferncliff home. After a week of staying at the home, the son got drunk and tried to take his father’s car, but the father would not give him the keys. A  shoving match ensued. Police came to arrest the son for violating a protection order. He was not cooperative while being arrested and continued to scream and curse at his father.


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