Bainbridge blotter | Breaking up is hard to do

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 26

10:25 p.m. Police received a call about an alleged assault. The woman told police she’d heard what she believed was a man assaulting a woman near a Winslow bank. They were supposedly walking toward the ferry terminal.

Moments later, an officer saw a couple, a man and woman, walking through the station parking lot. Upon inquiry, the pair, both of Bothell, told police they were fine and no assault had occurred.

They admitted to having been arguing, perhaps too loudly, as they were discussing breaking up. Neither person appeared injured. The couple were interviewed independently, but both insisted they had not been assaulted.

A report was filed.

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