911 Briefs

Taken from Port Orchard Police Department incident reports:


11:30 a.m.

Police received a report that a man had just stolen a white Bob Marley t-shirt from the M & N Market and Deli on South Kitsap Boulevard.


9:34 p.m.

Police received a report that one Port Orchard man had repeatedly thrown cigarette butts onto his neighbor’s driveway.

The suspect lived with his girlfriend’s father, who told police that the suspect would move away soon.


10:55 p.m.

Auburn Police found license plates from a car registered to a Port Orchard owner on a car that they didn’t match in Auburn. Police contacted the Port Orchard license plate owner, and he said that he didn’t know when he lost his license plate.


4:41 p.m.

Police got a report that a Weimaraner dog attacked and killed a Yorkshire Terrier in front of both dog’s owners on Division Street.

The terrier’s owner said that her dog ran up to the edge of her front yard, and the Weimaraner grabbed in its mouth and killed it.

She said that her husband tried to pry the dog our of the other dog’s mouth unsuccessfully.

11:30 p.m.

Port Orchard Police and Kitsap County Sheriffs responded to a report that a wanted person had just entered a Port Orchard apartment.

The law enforcement officers entered the apartment and found the suspect naked, hiding under a crib.

After allowing him to get dressed, the officers took him to the Kitsap County Jail and booked him on his outstanding warrant for escape from community custody.

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