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April 21, 2013

Princeton Police Department —April 11-16, 2012

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April 13

ENTERING WITHOUT BREAKING; PETIT LARCENY: Two female subjects reported that a television and a debit card had been stolen from their residence on Harrison Street.

April 14

SHOPLIFTING: Ptlm. B.E. Grimm responded to Dollar General store on Mercer Street in reference to a shoplifter inside the store. Upon arrival, an employee advised that he had confronted the male subject and retrieved the items. The employee reported seeing the male place items inside of his jacket and attempt to leave the store without paying. Roger Varney, 56, of Princeton, was cited.

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: Sgt. E.T. Pugh responded to Mercer Street in reference to a male subject staggering in the roadway. A subsequent search located a pill bottle containing several substances believed to be controlled. Clinton Altizer, 32, of Princeton, was cited.

April 15

 DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A female subject living on Ritchie Street reported that a paintball had been shot through her window.

April 16

DOMESTIC BATTERY: Ptlm. D.A. Weatherly responded to Princeton Avenue in reference to a domestic incident. The officer spoke to a female subject who advised that she and her boyfriend had been arguing and that the argument had escalated. The officer observed the female to have a cut on the right side of her head and scratches on her chest and neck. The officer located the male subject who the female reported had been drinking all day in the bedroom. The officer observed the male to have the odor of alcohol coming from his person. Thomas Cox, 31, of Princeton, was arrested.

PETIT LARCENY; CONSPIRACY: Ptlm. B.E. Grimm responded to Princeton Mart on Rogers Street in reference to a male and female had stolen a purse. The purse owner reported that female had taken a purse from her vehicle and was walking up South Walker Street. The officer later located the two. The female advised that she had been asked by her male companion to take the purse. Savannah and Brandon Farley, both 26 and of Princeton, were arrested.

BURGLARY: A male subject reported several items were missing from his home on Kee Street.

LARCENY: A female subject reported that another female had taken cash from the McDonald's on Stafford Drive.

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