Police call at Bainbridge ferry terminal delays sailings

Police activity at the Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal Friday morning delayed sailings from the island to Seattle.

Officials with Washington State Ferries said the 7:55 a.m. departure to Seattle from the island was delayed by an estimated 25 minutes.

WSF officials and Bainbridge police were not immediately available to provide details on the incident at the terminal that stalled sailings.

The law enforcement activity at the Bainbridge terminal also delayed the 8:45 a.m. Friday departure from Seattle to Bainbridge.

WSF said just before 11:20 a.m. that the M/V Puyallup was still an estimated 22 minutes behind schedule due to the incident.

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