Feb. 6

• BURGLARY: Ptlm. D.B. Whited responded to Reynolds Avenue, where a compliant reported someone entered her residence and took two flat-screen TV sets. Witnesses reported seeing a possible suspect vehicle at the residence, and the complainant was set to get serial, model and brand of the missing televisions to the department.

• BATTERY: Ptlm. M.B. Gergely and Ptlm. C.S. Winkler responded to an altercation in progress at McDonald's on Stafford Drive. The complainant reported that she was physically assaulted by two female suspects over a salad that was not prepared to the customers' satisfaction. One of the suspects allegedly threw the salad and the first punch at the complainant. The parties were separated, and officers reported warrants were pending.

• DUI, SIMPLE POSSESSION: Ptlm. D.B. Whited reported seeing a gray GMC Canyon pick-up traveling on Mercer Street with a defective headlight. As he followed the suspect vehicle, he reported seeing it weaving in traffic, and Whited executed a traffic stop. The officer reported smelling a strong odor of alcohol on the suspect as he talked with the driver. Although he reported consuming one beer, the officer reported he failed field sobriety tests, and a blood-alcohol test allegedly revealed his level to be more than twice the legal limit. Whited arrested Ronald Thomas, 33, of Bluefield, and officers reportedly located a small quantity of marijuana and a pipe in his possession as he was processed.

BREACH OF PEACE: Sgt. B.R. Woodard responded to Kroger, where a verbal argument was reported. When the officer arrived, he found a female yelling at employees, accusing them of stealing some groceries. Woodard advised the employees to return to the building, so he could speak with the agitated woman. As he attempted to question her, she allegedly became more belligerent. Sheila Harvey, 38, of Princeton, was detained and cited for breach of peace.

Feb. 7

• DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Ptlm. D.A. Weatherly responded to a destruction of property call at Danny's Bar on Mercer Street. The complainant reported the windows of her vehicle had been hit with a blunt object and broken. Officers searched the area were unable to locate a suspect. A second complainant at the same site reported his rear windshield was broken.

• BURGLARY: Ptlm. J.D. Lambert responded to Thorn Street, where a complainant reported someone broke into his apartment and stole a 37-inch television, pots and pans.

• BREACH OF PEACE: Ptlm. M.B. Gergely and Ptlm. C.S. Winkler responded to South Avenue, where a woman reported her son was tearing up the kitchen and throwing items around. Officers located Jessie Radford, 38, of Princeton, allegedly in a highly intoxicated state. He was arrested on a charge of breach of peace.

• BRANDISHING: Sgt. B.R. Woodard, Ptlm. J.D. Lambert and Ptlm. C.S. Winkler responded to Princeton Community Hospital, where an altercation involving a knife was reported in the emergency room. Security personnel advised they were attempting to help a man get checked into a triage station when he produced a pocket knife with the blade open. The man allegedly refused to drop the knife. Harry Williams, 50, of Brushfork, was arrested.

Feb. 9

• DOMESTIC ASSAULT: Officers responded to Domino's Pizza, where a domestic assault was reported. A complainant reported his former stepfather had threatened him and had driven by his work multiple times that night. They were allegedly arguing over a scanner. The case remained under investigation.

• GRAND LARCENY: Ptlm. M.B. Gergely responded to Princeton Avenue, where a complainant reported an XBOX 360 and PlayStation 2 games were taken. The resident reported she let her neighbor's friend use the restroom and later noticed the games were missing.

Feb. 10

• GRAND LARCENY: Ptlm. C.S. Winkler spoke with Edna Barbour, who reported her vehicle missing from the Fellers Street site where it was reported. The vehicle in question was a black Mitsubishi Galant. The case remained under investigation.

• PETIT LARCENY: Ptlm. J.D. Halsey received a call regarding a petit larceny report on Mercer Street. The complainant reported an unknown male had come to his door and asked for change. The man allegedly took roughly $10 in change from his hands.

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