Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Police Blotter

October 29, 2012

Princeton Police Department — Oct. 18-22, 2012

PRINCETON POLICE DEPARTMENT

Oct. 18

FILING A FALSE POLICE REPORT; CONSPIRACY: Lt. K.T. Compton and Sgt. T.A. Gray responded to North Wickham Avenue in reference to a domestic. The officers found the address given did not match a residence. The officers were advised that the person had borrowed a phone to make the call. The officers were unable to locate any sign of a disturbance. The officers located a female subject that the believed to be the source of the calls. Later, the officers asked the female. She allegedly confessed to the actions.

Oct. 19

PETIT LARCENY: A female advised that her license plate was missing  from her car on Stafford Drive.

Oct. 20

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A male subject reported the tires on a truck had been slashed on West View.

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported that an aluminum ladder was missing from an outbuilding on North Walker Street.

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported her mother's purse was stolen from Kroger's on Stafford Drive.

PUBLIC INTOXICATION: Officer R.S. Gibson observed a male subject staggering on Mercer Street. The officer approached the subject and asked if he was OK. The male advised he was and didn't know what the officer was talking about. The officer observed the odor of alcohol on his person and the man appeared to sway when standing. The male advised he had consumed alcohol that evening. David Cecil, 42, of Princeton, was cited.

Oct. 21

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported that someone had broken into her car and stolen a purse containing a cell phone and a GPS on Butler Street.

ENTERING WITHOUT BREAKING: A male subject advised that someone had entered his detached storage room on Murdock Street and stolen food stuffs and a socket set.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A male subject reported damage to his ATV on Kee Street.

BREAKING AND ENTERING (AUTO): A female subject advised that someone had broken into her boyfriend's truck and rummaged to their belongings on Butler Street.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY; PETIT LARCENY: A male subject reported that someone had damaged his vehicle while he was watching a program at the Chuck Mathena Center and taken a purse from the passenger side floorboard of the vehicle.

Oct. 22

FRAUDULENT USE OF CREDIT CARD: A female subject advised that she used her credit card to pay for lunch at Tudor's on Stafford Drive. The female was later billed twice resulting in an insufficient funds charge of $108. The female was later credited by the business for one of the transactions.

ENTER WITHOUT BREAKING: Officers learned several electronics items were stolen from Mother Goose Day Care. The case was forwarded to the detective bureau.

GRAND LARCENY: A female subject advised four pieces of jewelry were missing from her home on Hale Avenue.

PETIT LARCENY: A female reported someone had stolen money from her purse on Peck Street.

PETIT LARCENY: A male subject reported that his phone was taken possibly while another male was visiting his residence on Straley Avenue.

 

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