Bainbridge blotter | Bus crash at Agate Point

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21

8 a.m. Police were called to the scene of a two-car collision on Agate Point Road.

A large bus driven by a Bremerton man was going north, entering a curve to go west on North Street, while a 2000 Mercury Villager, driven by a Suquamish man, was going eastbound on North Street, entering the curve to the right.

They collided while passing by each other.

The bus driver insisted he had not crossed the center line but the other driver said he felt the bus cut the corner slightly.

Police were unable to determine if anyone had crossed the line.

No injuries were reported.

More in News

Gallery | Demonstrators gather in Winslow to call for racial equity

Hundreds of demonstrators filled the sidewalks on all four corners of the… Continue reading

Health District one new case of COVID-19, brings total to 165

Kitsap County positive test rate is about two percent

Madison-Wyatt intersection rebuild begins next week

Construction of the new Wyatt Way-Madison Avenue intersection is slated to begin… Continue reading

Bainbridge city council considers mandating facial coverings in public

Discussion at this week’s meeting of the Bainbridge Island City Council regarding… Continue reading

Burglary suspect caught in Suquamish

Police: suspect burglarized at least one Port Madison area residence

Student-led rally to memorialize George Floyd Saturday

A group of local students will lead a rally memorializing George Floyd,… Continue reading

Health District reports one new case of COVID-19, brings total to 164

Kitsap County positive test rate is about two percent

State increases testing efforts at long term care facilities

The state is putting together an effort to test thousands of staffers… Continue reading

Unemployment claims fall statewide as officials tout fraud prevention measures

Initial unemployment claims fell sharply both in Washington and Kitsap County during… Continue reading

Most Read