Princeton Times

Police Blotter

July 12, 2013

Princeton Police Department, July 12

PRINCETON — July 4

CAPIAS: Patrick Thornton, 22, of Princeton, was located and arrested.

July 5

FOUND PROPERTY: Officers located a purse that was believed to have been stolen.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Ptlm. J.E. Malm located a water fountain had been damaged in Knob Street Park.

FRAUDULENT USE OF ACCESS DEVICE: A female subject reported her debit card had been stolen and used without her permission.

July 6

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Ptlm. D.A. Weatherly responded to Princeton Community Hospital in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, hospital staff advised a male subject had threatened the staff and hit a glass door. The officer spoke to the male and observed the odor of alcohol coming from his person. The male allegedly became belligerent. Eddie Washington, 37, of Princeton, was arrested.

GRAND LARCENY: A female subject reported that a male subject had taken cash from her purse while she gave him a ride.

SHOPLIFTING: Loss prevention officers at Grants reported that an employee at the store had drank a bottle of Gatorade without paying for it. Warrants are pending.

July 7

DOMESTIC ASSAULT; DOMESTIC BATTERY:  Officers responded to a domestic disturbance on South Seventh Street. Upon arrival, the officers spoke to a female subject who advised her husband had been drinking and had made threats to kill her. The husband also allegedly grabbed the female by the shoulders and pushed her. The husband denied committing the acts. Neighbors reported hearing the husband and female arguing and one reported the husband had gotten into her face. Kenneth Waldron, 48, of Princeton, was arrested.

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