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Bainbridge blotter | Car prowl at Day Road Park-and-Ride

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Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.

Friday, March 14

9:45 p.m. Items were stolen from a vehicle at the Day Road Park-and-Ride. A Poulsbo man left his car at the parking lot before carpooling to the Seattle ferry for work.

When he returned, he found his car door open and the camera to his ignition interlock device was stolen.

Tuesday, March 11

3:31 p.m. Employees at the Best Western on High School Road contacted police when two customers who were supposed to have checked out didn’t and couldn’t be reached by pounding on the door. An emergency entry was conducted, and a man and woman were found inside.

The man’s name was run by police and he came back with an unconfirmed, no-bail, felony warrant for escape of community custody on an original charge of first degree robbery.

The man was detained despite immediate resistance. The man tried to free his arm and became verbal with officers.

The woman came out clear in an ID check and settled the costs of damage to the hotel room with Best Western before being allowed to leave.

Monday, March 10

9:59 a.m. Items were stolen from a boat at Eagle Harbor Marina. The owner of the boat discovered the dock box on the foredeck of his boat was missing. Inside were four folding chairs.

He later found a small folding table that also belonged to his boat had been placed in the marina’s trash dumpster.

Since the marina is secured by a gate and passcode lock, the items were not secured to the boat.

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