Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Police Blotter

September 24, 2012

Princeton Police Department — Sept. 13-18, 2012

PRINCETON POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sept. 13

DOMESTIC BATTERY: Lt. K.T. Compton, Sgt. T.A. Gray, Sr. Ptlm. J.D. Halsey, and Officer B.E. Grimm responded to a domestic disturbance on Robin Street. A female advised her boyfriend grabbed her by the throat and slammed her head into the walls of a residence. The female further informed that she had been struck by fists several times. The officer advised the female of the process of obtaining a domestic violence petition.

MALICIOUS WOUNDING: A male subject reported that another male had hit in the face with fists and a baseball bat.

Sept. 14

SHOPLIFTING; UNDERAGE POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL: Officers responded to Kroger on Stafford Drive and observed a suspect putting two bottles of alcohol on his person. A juvenile was cited and released.

BURGLARY: A female reported that Halloween decorations were missing from her home on residence on East Drive.

Sept. 15

TRESPASSING: Officer J.S. Bish responded to Grants on E. Main Street in reference to a trespassing complaint. The store manager advised that a female had entered the store and was currently in the restroom. The officer was given a note that prohibited her presence. Nakesha Cabbell, 22, of Princeton, was cited.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY; ASSAULT: A female reported that another female had thrown rocks at her car and threatened her at the intersection of Beckley Road and Lower Bell Street.

SHOPLIFTING: Officer J.S. Bish observed as male subject placed  a spicy sausage in his left front pocket at Grants on East Main Street. Robert Culvard, 50, of Princeton was cited.

GRAND LARCENY: The owner of East River Auto reported tools were missing from his business and had been pawned at Princeton Pawn.

Sept. 17

SHOPLIFTING: Kroger loss prevention reported witnessing a female subject attempt to leave the store without paying for several items.  Stephanie Dillow, 34, of Bluefield was cited.

SHOPLIFTING: Officer R.S. Gibson responded to Grants on East Main Street where the store management advised that the suspect vehicle was leaving the parking lot. The officer initiated a traffic stop. One of the females in the car reportedly stated, “I gave it back to him, I didn't even make it out the door with it.” A store employee advised that he had confronted a female about placing gum in her purse and leaving without paying. The female was reported to have returned the item in question. Brittany Bonner, 25, of Ronceverte, was cited.

Sept. 18

SHOPLIFTING: Officer J.S. Bish responded to Krogers on Stafford Drive where the loss prevention officer advised a male subject had taken a lemon tea and concealed it on his person. Donald Dickerson, 20, of Princeton was cited.

FORGERY (TWO COUNTS); UTTERING (TWO COUNTS): A female reported that her daughter had stolen two checks and cashed them at BB&T on Stafford Drive.

DOMESTIC BATTERY: A female informed Officer D.A. Weatherly that her boyfriend had hit her in the face while she was taking him to work.



 

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