Sept. 5

PETIT LARCENY; TAMPERING WITH AUTO: A male subject reported items were missing from his vehicle at Francis Court Townhomes near Princeton.

Sept. 6

ASSAULT; BATTERY: Dep. D.A. Furches responded to a fight in progress near the intersection of Lorton Lick Road and US 52 in Bluewell. The officer learned in route a male subject was reportedly on top of a female subject striking her in the face. The officer subsequently learned the male had fled the area. Capt. M.L. Gills located the male subject and stopped his vehicle. An employee of Family Dollar advised seeing a male subject striking a female subject. The female subject in question reported speaking to the male subject's father when the male subject arrived and began striking her in the face. The male subject's sister allegedly approached the officers during the investigation. Allegedly, she began threatening the female subject. Allegedly, the male subject's mother became involved in the investigation as well. Allegedly she attempted to speak over the officer and began yelling at the female subject. The officer told the mother to be quiet or go to jail. Allegedly the female said the officer couldn't arrest her and she was ready to go to jail. Allegedly, the male subject threatened the female subject before being transported. Thomas Bailey, 48, and Wanda Bailey, 70, both of Montcalm, were arrested.

OBTAINING GOODS UNDER FALSE PRETENSES: A female subject reported a male she agreed to pay to perform bathroom renovations had taken items she had paid forĀ  back for a refund but had not returned the money to her.

Sept. 7

GRAND LARCENY: A male subject reported his ATV had been stolen from East Drive near Princeton.

GRAND LARCENY: A male subject reported his truck had been stolen near Rock.

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported her wallet was stolen at Walmart.

GRAND LARCENY: A male subject reported his truck had been stolen from Dogwood Hills Road near Bluefield.

Sept. 8

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE (15 PERCENT OR HIGHER BLOOD-ALCOHOL CONTENT): Dep. C.K. Lester, Sr. Dep. A.M. Ballard, and Dep. G.C. Paitsel responded to Sheetz on Courthouse Road in reference to a male subject passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle. Upon arrival, the officers were unable to make contact with the male subject until Ballard opened a door of the vehicle. The officers advised the male driver to call someone to give him a ride home. Allegedly, the male made no effort to comply with the request. On the third time asking, the male subject allegedly made a phone call. The male allegedly became belligerent toward the officers. The officers then requested the male subject perform field sobriety tests. Allegedly, the male failed three field sobriety tests. The male allegedly refused to submit a breath sample. Later, due to Bluefield Jail policy, the officers were able to determine the male subject had a 0.235 blood-alcohol content.

BURGLARY: A female subject reported several items were missing from her residence on Ingleside Road near Princeton.

BREAKING AND ENTERING: Employees reported several items were missing from Conn-Weld.

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported her purse had been stolen from her residence on City View Heights near Princeton.

GRAND LARCENY: A male subject living on Old Bramwell Road reported his truck had been stolen.

Sept. 9

DRIVING REVOKED FOR DUI; NO INSURANCE; RED LIGHT: While on patrol, Dep. W.E. Rose observed a vehicle accelerate through a red light at the intersection of Stafford Drive and Ingleside Road. The officer initiated a traffic stop and the vehicle complied. The officer learned the driver of the vehicle to have a revoked license. Allegedly, the male subject could not produce insurance. Michael Burkett, 48, of Princeton, was arrested.

FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE (TAZEWELL COUNTY, VA): Crystal Gore, 34, of Montcalm, was arrested.

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported several items were missing from her residence on Ingleside Road.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A male subject reported damage to his vehicle.

Sept. 10

WORTHLESS CHECK: Sylvia Taylor, 44, of Princeton, turned herself in on a warrant.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A male subject reported damage to his fence on Skating Rink Hollow Road near Bluefield.

Sept. 11

PETIT LARCENY; FRAUDULENT SCHEMES: A female subject reported her ex-boyfriend had stolen and pawned her television.

Sept. 12

GRAND LARCENY: A male subject reported his vehicle had been stolen from McNutt Avenue near Princeton.

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