Bainbridge blotter | Vandalism at Fort Ward Park

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Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.

Tuesday, Oct. 1

9:25 a.m. Staff at the Bainbridge Dance Center reported that someone threw a fist-sized rock through a front window overnight. The rock is suspected to have been thrown between 9 p.m. Sept. 30 and 9 a.m. Oct. 1. There are no possible suspects.

Thursday, Oct. 3

7:36 a.m. An island resident reported his vehicle had been stolen. He had last seen it on Oct. 2. The silver 2005 Toyota Highlander SUV had a black ski rack on top and a bike rack on the rear. He also told officers he had left the vehicle unlocked with the keys inside. Officers have not been able to find the vehicle.

Friday, Oct. 4

2:40 p.m. A parks employee requested extra patrols at Fort Ward Park due to recent incidents in the area. According to the employee, he wanted extra patrols at night behind the bollards because people have been taking wooden steps and burning them as firewood. Three or four steps from the lower bunker have been taken so far and used in fire rings near the kayak area.


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