911 Briefs

Taken from Port Orchard Police Department incident reports.


11:38 p.m.

Police responded to a report that a man said he planned to jump in the water near the Port Orchard Library, possibly to commit suicide. When the police arrived, he told them that he wanted to jump in to help the pain in his lower back from rectal bleeding problems. He gave police permission to search his backpack, and they found large packs of medication in it. He said that he didn’t know how they got there.


8:27 p.m.

Police received a call that a woman was screaming in her apartment. When they arrived, they observed the woman verbally picking at her nephew while he listened in silence. He eventually packed up his things and left with his girlfriend.


8:05 a.m.

Police received a call from a man who said that he found two marijuana plants at the future site of a new high school on Lone Bear Lane in the South Kitsap School District.

9:36 a.m.

Police received four shotguns for destruction.

3:46 p.m.

A Port Orchard woman woke up at about 3:30 a.m. and heard a loud noise. At the time, she thought that it was the wind breaking branches, but the next day, she discovered that the back window of her white, 2002 Toyota Sequoya had been smashed.

10:02 p.m.

Law enforcement officers tried, for the third time since Oct. 20, to verify a local sex offender’s residence. They’ve been unsuccessful each time.


12:31 a.m.

A caller reported that her boyfriend’s mom had slapped her in the face. When police arrived, they asked the boyfriend’s mom if this was true. She said that the girl “got in her face,” so she pushed her away.

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