Bainbridge blotter | Highway 305 driver loses control

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.


5 p.m. A 2017 Toyota Yaris was hit by another vehicle while legally parked along the shoulder of Sakai Village Loop sometime between Nov. 11 and Nov. 24. The owner, who had parked the car across the street from her residence, was out of town.

It is unknown what type of vehicle, or when exactly, the car was struck.


2:30 p.m. A two-car collision at the intersection of Highway 305 and Day Road resulted in minor damage but no injuries.

A 2018 Ford F150 was stopped at the intersection, in the left turn lane going north, when a 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser, driven by a Poulsbo woman, came up behind it. She lost control on the wet pavement and struck the truck on the passenger side. She said the light had turned yellow so she slowed, then began to slide.

The woman was cited for driving too fast for road conditions.

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