Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Police Blotter

January 14, 2013

Princeton Police Department — Jan. 3-9, 2013


Jan. 3

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported items were missing from her car parked at KFC.

Jan. 6

SHOPLIFTING: An employee of Advanced Auto Parts reported a female subject had stolen an item from the store and left.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY; PETIT LARCENY: Sgt. E.T. Pugh learned two pocketbooks were missing from vehicles broken into on South 9th Street.

ATTEMPT TO COMMIT FELONY (GRAND LARCENY): The assistant manager of Rose's informed that she had witnessed two male subjects attempt to break open a lock in the back of the store and attempt to leave. The female said she confronted the males who then fled. The case was forwarded to the detective bureau.

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported her purse was stolen by another female at her residence on Straley Avenue. Warrants are pending.

Jan. 7

BURGLARY (DAYTIME): Ptlm. J.D. Halsey learned items were missing from a home on Princeton Avenue.

PETIT LARCENY: A male subject reported his cousin had pawned several of his possessions at a local pawn shop. Warrants are pending.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY; PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported damage to her vehicle parked at the Princeton Recreation Center.

Jan. 8

SHOPLIFTING: Loss prevention at Kroger reported a female subject had attempted to place makeup in her clothes to allegedly leave without paying. Quintana Gentry, 31, of Princeton was cited.

Jan. 9

PETIT LARCENY; DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A male subject reported two batteries were missing from a dump truck on Industrial Street.

SHOPLIFTING: Officer R.S. Gibson responded to Dollar General located on Mercer Street in reference to a shoplifter. Management of the store advised a male subject had placed a item in his pants to avoid paying. The officer allegedly located the item in the pants of the male. Michael Farmer, 33, of Bluefield, was arrested.

DAYTIME BURGLARY; PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported items were missing from her residence on Reynolds Avenue.

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