Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Police Blotter

October 20, 2012

Princeton police blotter Oct. 11-17


Oct. 11

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A male subject reported a female had damaged his car with a rock in the parking lot of Kroger's.

SHOPLIFTING: Ptlm. T.A. Bailey responded to Kroger's in reference to a shoplifter. Management of the store advised a female attempted to conceal several items in her purse and leave the store. Jessica Mabe, 36, of Bristol, Tenn., was cited and released.

Oct. 12

BURGLARY: A female subject reported that copper wire had been stolen from her residence on North Seventh Street.

FAILURE TO APPEAR; SIMPLE POSSESSION: Ptlm. J.E. Faris and B.E. Grimm located a female subject that they knew was wanted on a warrant for failure to appear. The officers conducted a patdown on the subject and located drug paraphernalia and two pills on her person. Chelcie Baker, 23, of Princeton, was arrest.

CONSPIRACY (WARRANT): Summer Putorek, 19, of Athens turned herself into the department on a warrant from the Bluefield Police Department.

Oct. 13

DRIVING REVOKED FOR DUI: Ptlm. J.S. Bish and E.D Leftwich were conducting patrol and located a vehicle with registration believed to belong to another vehicle. Before the officers conducted a traffic stop, both males inside were allegedly observed driving the vehicle. Both were learned to have driver's licenses that were suspended. Mark Hill, 27, of Princeton, was arrested.

GRAND LARCENY: A male subject advised two pieces of construction equipment were missing from his residence on Old Beckley Road.

BURGLARY: A male subject reported items were missing from his closed in porch on Edwards Avenue.

UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION; DISORDERLY CONDUCT; SIMPLE POSSESSION: Four subjects were cited and released following a disturbance call at Town Square.

INSURANCE STOP; NO INSURANCE: Vernel Reyes, 37, of Statesville, N.C., was cited and released following his being found to have no insurance.

Oct. 14

MALICIOUS WOUNDING; DOMESTIC BATTERY: Officers responded to a fight on Bee and Harrison Streets. The officers arrived and placed two male subjects, one of which was allegedly carrying a stick, in handcuffs to determine what happened. One of the male subjects reportedly attempted to contact the other male about an item stolen from the other's residence. The same male subject attempted to strike the other with the stick. The male that was allegedly struck appeared to have lacerations to his head. The officers learned the two were related and one of the males had run to a home in the area.  

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A female subject reported someone had scratched the side of her car on Bee Street.

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