Man shoots, injures fawn to feed coyotes | Island Scanner

A man reported he shot a fawn on Friday night. Someone reported seeing an injured fawn the next day.

Thursday, Oct. 8

At 3:49 p.m., a woman reported that her grandson in Langley has a rattlesnake as a pet and she is worried about it not being safe for other children in the home.

At 4:32 p.m., a woman reported that a “crackhead” came out of Stellar Lane and was following her.

At 9:38 p.m., a driver reported that a person wrapped in a blanket was at the bridge.

Friday, Oct. 9

At 8:27 a.m., a driver reported that a man was sitting in the ditch beside Broadway Street and crying.

At 1:12 p.m., a woman reported that a transient from a homeless camp on Squire Road chased her son and kicked a car.

At 4:35 p.m., a caller reported that a man on Windmill Lane said he shot a fawn. The man said he just injured it and he was leaving it out there to feed the coyotes.

At 4:45 p.m., a caller reported that someone was on board a boat abandoned in Penn Cove by someone wanted by law enforcement.

At 8:03 p.m., a Riepma Avenue resident reported that a neighbor knocked on the door and said, “If you ever need protection I’m here.” The man then held up a hammer.

Saturday, Oct. 10

At 10:21 a.m., a West Green Valley Road resident reported that a neighbor was stealing power and water.

At 12:46 p.m., a mountain bike was reported stolen from a garage left open on Northeast Albion Street.

At 7:44 p.m., a caller reported that a person with a bat bite brought the bat to the hospital. The caller asked what to do with the bat.

At 9:54 p.m., an injured fawn was reported in Coupeville. The fawn had lost most of a leg.

Sunday, Oct. 11

At 1:24 p.m., an Evening Glory Court reported that her children’s father got into an altercation with her and her new boyfriend and forced his way into the house.

At 4:57 p.m., a woman reported that her 18-foot boat got loose near the Clinton ferry terminal.

At 8:52 p.m., a Swantown Avenue resident reported finding fingerprints on her children’s windows in the backyard.

At 3:07 p.m., a Rhododendron Drive resident reported that someone smashed in a back window of a 2014 Jeep Patriot.

At 3:30 p.m., a caller reported that a man was walking around the Darvic Place neighborhood in a manic way and looking at children in “a weird way.”

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