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Bainbridge blotter | Methed-up man goes looking for his soulmate
Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.
Thursday, April 4
2:13 p.m. A car turned off of Harbor View Drive near the ferry yard onto Olympic Avenue and collided with another vehicle. No one was injured.
Monday, April 8
11:30 a.m. A resident on High School Road told police that a man had threatened him Saturday, April 6. The man knocked on the resident’s door and appeared intoxicated. He asked for help moving. The man began swearing and verbally abusing the resident’s girlfriend and her son.
The resident then told the man to leave, but he refused. The resident had to force the man out of his home.
Later that night, the man left a message on the resident’s voicemail, which he played for police. The man’s messages insulted the resident. The man said, “I can’t wait to catch up with you!” The resident was concerned that the man might get intoxicated again and return. He wanted to make a police report in case something happened.
Tuesday, April 9
3:05 a.m. A resident living on Komedal Road called 911 as another man was trying to get inside his home through windows and doors. Police discovered a man walking away from the home.
The man was mostly incoherent, and his conversation was difficult to follow. He said that his heart told him that “Lindsey” lived at the home he just tried to enter.
He said he met Lindsay in “what felt like February” and that she was his soul mate. He said he was following his soul to find her. The man told officers he takes meth and shot up 12 hours ago and had not slept in days.
The man was arrested for trespassing.