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Bainbridge blotter | She ruined his life

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Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.

Wednesday, Feb. 5

1:04 p.m. Employees at Classic Cycle told police a parked vehicle outside their shop had been left running for four hours. Officers found that the car belonged to a Bremerton couple who had parked it there to catch the ferry for the Seattle Seahawks parade. The vehicle was a 2013 Ford Escape with a pushbutton ignition system.

6:19 p.m. A Sequim woman reported her vehicle had been stolen while at the Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl parade. The woman was not familiar with the area and thought she had parked in the Ferncliff area.

Police later found it parked on Robinwood Drive.

Saturday, Feb. 1

3:16 p.m. A woman reported that her ex-husband had violated a protection order. The woman had received a Facebook message from her ex that said, “God works in great ways!!!! … But you wouldn’t get that because you have a non leader running your house. You should have stayed, but now I realize what is important.”

Police called the man, and were told that he did not post anything to her Facebook.

He went on to say that she and her family ruined his life, and that they are involved with the mafia.

 

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