Bluefield Daily Telegraph
PRINCETON POLICE DEPARTMENT
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.