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Bainbridge blotter | Not a good time to talk
Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter:
Saturday, July 26
3:07 a.m. Police were called after a woman was heard banging on the front door of a residence and then honking her car horn in the middle of the night.
The woman was noticeably intoxicated and told police she was visiting her boyfriend who lives at the house. The neighbor who called police said that the woman is married, but in a bad relationship and is a friend of the man who lives at the house.
At about 11:30 p.m., the woman arrived at the house and began banging on the front door. The man came to the door and told her to leave. She did not. Instead she continued to bang on the door and then started to repeatedly honk her car horn.
The man told officers that the woman has done this before but never to this extent. Police drove the woman home.
4:16 p.m. Employees at a downtown restaurant found the screen to a window had been pushed in and the frame bent inward. The restaurant owner told police the business does not keep cash on-site, and there appeared to be no hard alcohol missing from the bar.
Officers did not find any evidence that showed signs of a person attempting to enter through the window.
Tuesday, July 29
11:10 a.m. A resident found her car door ajar while parked at her apartment complex. Grocery bags, documents and her night glasses were left scattered. The prowler left behind the spare key that was kept inside the car.