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Bainbridge blotter | Sherlock Holmes-style pot pipe stolen

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Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter:

Thursday, July 10

11:56 a.m. Someone stole a marijuana pipe and a cellphone from a vehicle at the Day Road Park-and-Ride lot.

The car owner had left the doors to his Honda unlocked at the time of the prowl. The pipe was glass and shaped in a “Sherlock Holmes style.” It was in a brown leather case.

The phone and pipe were valued at approximately $230.

Wednesday, July 9

8:22 a.m. Sprinkler heads, a sign post and foliage were torn out of their roots at the High School Road roundabout when a trucker driving two flatbed trailers made too tight of a turn. The end trailer struck a sign post with signs attached, then hit at least three raised sprinkler heads.

A nearby driver saw the incident and reported the British Columbia business.

Police called the driver who was in-transit in Seattle by that time. He did not know he had done the damage, but gave officers the information they needed.

Tuesday, July 8

3:25 p.m. Keys were found at the front door of the police department when the senior police clerk opened up after the July 4 weekend.

Monday, July 7

12:32 a.m. A resident was sleeping when he woke up to the sound of glass breaking and a rock hitting the floor. He found someone had thrown a rock the size of a softball through a double-paned window in his living room.

Outside he found that someone had also damaged his daughter-in-law’s Subaru and his Lexus, which were both parked in the driveway. It appeared that a solid object, possibly also a rock, had hit the right corner of the Subaru’s right rear window but did not go all the way through.

The window broke in a spider web pattern. No object was found on the ground.

Officers found that someone had hit a tail lamp on the Lexus and broke the outer clear lens and inner red lens.

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