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Bainbridge blotter | Crack pipe in the crawlspace
Selected reports from the Bainbridge Police Department blotter.
Sunday, March 31
8:40 p.m. A bag was stolen out of a car as it was parked at the Harbour Public House. A digital camera and lenses were inside.
Monday, April 1
12:40 p.m. A woman drove onto an island median in the center of Walden Lane and then over a telephone junction box. The driver said she did not know why she drove onto the island.
Wednesday, April 3
9:50 a.m. A Chase Bank representative called police about a squatter who was found in a recently foreclosed upon home on Vineyard Lane. Police discovered the home had no furniture, the walls were hit with graffiti and dirty dishes were in the sink. A woman was inside.
She told police that she and her husband were divorced, and she was recently away in Colorado taking care of her mother. She said her ex-husband was supposed to take care of the payments and she did not know the house was in foreclosure.
Thursday, April 4
11:32 a.m. A new owner of a Komedal Road home turned in a “crack pipe” to police after he found it in a crawlspace of the house. He said he knew the home’s former owners were drug users and drug users frequented the home.
Monday, April 8
6:17 a.m. A market on High School Road called police about a check for $90 that was returned due to insufficient funds. Police contacted the man who wrote the check. He said he was in Seattle but would pay for the bad check and the bank’s $35 fee for an NSF check. When police checked the next day, the man still had not paid.