UPDATE, 7:45 p.m. | Chiara D’Angelo is coming down from the tree and will not be arrested, according to the city of Bainbridge Island. ORIGINAL POST | The Bainbridge Island teen who has staged a sit-in at the top of a tree since Monday morning to protest the construction of a planned retail…More
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A Bainbridge Island teen is staging a sit-in on a platform 70 feet up in a tree to protest the planned development of a commercial complex on the island. Chiara D’Angelo, 19, climbed the tree Monday morning at the future construction site of the 62,000 square foot mixed-use development. Opponents say the tree is one…More
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a suspect in connection with 10 Bainbridge Island burglaries, police said. Jason Michael Lucas, 33, is believed to have been involved with a series of residential burglaries spanning six to eight months, according to the Bainbridge Island Police Department. The majority of the burglaries involved jewelry…More
A state Department of Natural Resources diver was high on cocaine when he drowned off Bainbridge Island on July 24, according to the Bainbridge Island police. Police said the death certificate for 24-year-old David Scheinost indicates the cause of death was “salt water drowning” with a contributing factor being “acute cocaine intoxication.” The certificate was…More
The body of a 24-year-old diver who went missing Tuesday was recovered off of Bainbridge Island this afternoon, according to the Bainbridge Island Police. The diver, David Scheinost of Puyallup, was taking water samples near Restoration Point with a Department of Natural Resources team when his colleagues noticed him struggling at the…More
The theft of mail from a Bainbridge Island postal drop box has prompted a warning from police. At about 5 this morning, officials at the Bainbridge Island Post Office reported extensive damage to the Bjune Drive postal drop box as well as the theft of mail. The box contained mail dropped off after 3:15 p.m. Saturday,…More