Bainbridge blotter | Bummer burnout, dude

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13

8:19 p.m. A 27-year-old Bainbridge Island man crashed his 2019 Ford Mustang into a tree, bringing down several adjacent power lines.

The man was driving north on Eagle Harbor Drive, approaching the curve to eastbound Wyatt Way, when he experienced a “burnout” and lost control in second gear as the back of the car began to fishtail.

He drove off the northern side of the road and collided into a tree in a nearby yard.

Upper limbs came down, bringing with them adjacent power lines.

No injuries were reported.

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