Bainbridge blotter | Hit-and-run at the roundabout

  • Thursday, March 26, 2020 11:16am
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Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.


3:50 p.m. A two-car crash resulted in no injuries, though one of the vehicles did flee the scene without exchanging information.

A 17-year-old Bainbridge Island girl, driving a 2010 Volvo, entered the roundabout at High School Road and circled around to exit southbound on Madison Avenue. However, she stopped because pedestrians were using the crosswalk and traffic had halted. A 2001 Ford pickup, driven by an unknown person, came up from behind and did not stop before striking the rear of the Volvo.

The truck driver then fled the scene westbound High School Road.

However, a witness supplied police with a photo of the vehicle, which clearly showed its license plate.

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