• BURGLARY: A female on Princeton Avenue reported that her laptop was missing from her home.
• POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO DELIVER; FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE: Lt. K.T. Compton and Sgt. T.A. Gray stopped a vehicle on Caperton Avenue for having a defective taillight. The officer observed a strong smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle and learned that the driver was driving under a suspended license from North Carolina. He was then arrested. The passenger was removed and the officers located a small bag of what appeared to be marijuana beside the passenger. A large bag was located in the driver's side door that contained scales and two small baggies of what appeared to be marijuana. Derick Johnson, 35, of Princeton, was arrested for the first offense and Torra Johnson, 30, of Huntington, was arrested for both offenses.
• FAILURE TO APPEAR: Talena Walker, 19, was arrested after Ptlm. B.E. Grimm located her and realized she was wanted for failure to appear.
• MALICIOUS WOUNDING: A female reported to Ptlm. J.D. Halsey that another female had struck her in the face with what appeared to be brass knuckles. Warrants are pending.
• PETIT LARCENY; FORGERY AND UTTERING: A female reported that her purse was missing from her car, which she may have left unlocked. Later it was learned that the checks were used to pass checks at Kroger on Stafford Drive.
• ROBBERY (FIRST DEGREE): Management at the Sunoco on Mercer Street reported that a white male had entered the store, drawn a gun, and taken money from the store's cash register.
• PETIT LARCENY: A male subject on Thornton Avenue reported that his lawnmower was missing from his backyard.
• BURGLARY: A male subject reported that the back window of a home was broken out on Old Bluefield Avenue. The male said nothing appeared to be missing.
DOMESTIC ASSAULT: Officer J.S. Bish responded to Highland Avenue in reference to a male threatening to shoot a female subject. The male allegedly became belligerent toward the female when she tried to leave, threatening her and throwing her clothes. Warrants are pending.
• LARCENY: A male subject reported that several items were missing from his home on Mercer Street after he had returned from a psychiatric hospital.
• SHOPLIFTING: Employees at Grant's reported that a female subject had stolen meat from the store the night before.
• COUNTERFEIT BILL: The owner of Dairy Queen on South Walker Street reported that employees had located a fake bill but had made change with it the day before.
• PETIT LARCENY: A female reported that yard lights and a bird feeder were missing from her home on North Fourth Street.
• BREAKING AND ENTERING; PETIT LARCENY: Officers learned that a lock was broken off of a storage building on Mercer Street and a clock and glassware were missing.
• SIMPLE POSSESSION: Lt. B.R. Woodard stopped a vehicle on Thorn Street, and the driver reported having an unmarked bottle of pills in his possession. Justin Johnson, 25, of Princeton was cited.
• SHOPLIFTING: Grant's employees reported that a female subject was attempting to conceal and leave without paying for steaks. Nancy Rose, 36, of Princeton was cited.
• PETIT LARCENY: A male subject who worked nearby reported that a witness had seen two males loading steel pipe from behind a residence on South Walker Street.