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Disgruntled ex-girlfriend stalks her ex-boyfriend
On April 18, officers responded to the home of a man who called authorities after his ex-girlfriend broke into his home to see him. Prior to breaking into her ex’s house, the woman kicked his sliding glass door, flipped over a patio bench, and threw his lawn ornaments at his window and door after he refused to let her in. Once inside, she screamed at him to admit to that he was in love with her. When he tried dialing 911, she grabbed at his phone and tore the shirt off his back during a struggle. Upon arrival, officers were alerted to the fact that the 27-year-old woman had been stalking her ex-boyfriend since the pair broke up in 2013. The ex-boyfriend produced more than 200 separate letters, crafts and handmade items that his ex-girlfriend had slid under his door every other day after their break up. After being arrested and placed in a patrol car, the woman slid out of her handcuffs and had to be restrained once again. The ex-boyfriend told officers that his ex disregarded his requests that she stop contacting him because “she firmly believes that they are meant to be together,” states a Bremerton Police Department charging document.
Stolen wallet leads cops to other items
On April 17, a man reported to authorities his wallet containing his driver’s license, immigration card, social security card and other documents had been stolen. The card had been swiped two separate times after being stolen. Deputies followed up with loss prevention to pull security footage which led them to 18-year-old Nicholas Thompson. Upon contacting Thompson at his residence, deputies discovered he had all of the reporting party’s documents concealed inside a backpack. A search of two backpacks uncovered several stolen items, including other ID cards, credit cards, prescription pill bottles, vehicle keys and residential keys. Needles with methamphetamine residue were also located in the backpack. He was booked on theft, second degree, three counts of possession of stolen property, second degree, along with several other charges.
Man knocks on random doors, gets arrested
Authorities responded to the area of Parker Place and Perry Avenue after receiving calls from concerned residents about a man knocking on back doors. The subject told authorities he was looking for his iPhone. He then switched his story to say he needed to call someone and had recently won the lotto and was waiting for his check. After being asked for his ID, he responded he had none. He then sat on the sidewalk and admitted to having a “Tacoma warrant,” states a Bremerton Police report. An officer confirmed the man had a Bremerton warrant for criminal trespassing. When detained, the officer asked the man prior to a search if there was anything he needed to know about in his pockets. The man admitted to having meth in his pocket. He also said there were used syringes in his pocket he “picked up at various locations around the city so children would not find them,” states the report. He was booked and bail was set at $10,000.