Bainbridge blotter | Adult language

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.


8:58 p.m. Police responded to the home of a Bainbridge couple who were arguing about cursing in front of their children.

The husband, 50, had called police after he and his wife, 38, began arguing because she was swearing in front of their children. He had consumed “a couple of beers,” he told police, was not feeling well, and had called police to “document nothing happened.”

The wife had no explanation for her husband’s actions, but said things had calmed down and the couple would be fine remaining in the same house that night.

A report was filed.

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