Police Blotter

by | Jun 4, 2015 | Latest

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Princeton Police Department blotter for May 21 – May 28. Calls for security watches, building checks, traffic stops and traffic enforcement areas have been omitted.

May 21 – susp. Person, FM 982 / E Hazelwood St.; susp. veh., Briar Grove Dr./Tanglewood Draw; reck. drvr., E. Princeton Dr. / Twin Groves Park Rd.; locked veh., 224 E. College St.; struct. fire, 2069 Meadow View Dr.; Child abuse report, E Princeton Dr.; follow up info., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.;

aud. alarm, 1713 Twin Hills Way; civil cmpl., 2045 Meadow View Dr.; harass., 2045 Meadow View Dr.; 911 hangup, 311 E. Princeton Dr.; motor. asst., W. Princeton Dr./ Cypress Bend Dr. and dom. dist., 311 – D Bonnie View Dr. 10.

May 22 – susp. veh., 960 Bois Darc Ave.; citizen cmpl., 100 E. Princeton Dr.; public asst., 400 Cherry Dr.; susp. veh., 1103 Roman Dr.; susp. person, 2101 Meadow View Dr.; susp. person, 201 – 108 E. Princeton Dr.; aud. alarm, 491 E. Princeton Dr.; citizen cmpl., 306 Main St.; agency asst., 2173 CR 337; follow up info., 300 Peach Tree Ln.; major acdt., FM 982 / Ravenna St.; susp. person, 151 Prairie Creek Cir.; animal cmpl., 306 Main St.; reck. drvr., S. 2nd St. / E. Princeton Dr.; aud. alarm, 2101 Forest Meadow Dr.; juv. pblm., 126 Briar Grove Dr.; arrest. Hwy. 380 / S. Bridgefarmer Rd.; aband. veh., E. Princeton Dr. / Island Way; sexual aslt. of a child, Meadow View Dr. and arrest, College / Oak.

May 23

Subject passed out, 103 W. Princeton Dr.; minor hit and run, 1823 Fairweather Dr.; juv. pblm., 500 Jefferson Ave.; susp. circ., E. Second St. / Main St.; animal cmpl., 133 Meadow Crest Dr. and susp. person, 8636 CR 1219.

May 24 – agency asst., 138 Meadow Crest Dr.; susp. veh., 1201 Caroline Dr.; susp. veh., 1490 Princeton Oaks Dr.; verbal, 416 N. Washington St.; animal cmpl., 420 Venezia Ct.; citizen cmpl., 1078 Churchill Dr.; susp. circ., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.; agency asst., 3717 E. University Dr.; susp. circ., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.; aud. alarm, 4100 – 100 Hwy. 380; narc. invest., 506 Bonnie View Dr.; veh. dist., 103 W. Princeton Dr.; minor acdt., Longneck Rd / Monte Carlo Blvd. and susp. veh., W. Princeton Dr. / Monte Carlo Blvd.

May 25 – firearm cmpl., 345 Holder Trl.; verbal dist., 9928 CR 1079; susp. veh., 105 E. Princeton Dr.; susp. circ., 803 10th; susp. circ., 2501 Greenfield Acres; welfare check, E. Princeton Dr./CR 559; reck. Drvr., E. Princeton Dr. / Twin Groves Park Rd.; juv. pblm., 500 Jefferson Ave.; susp. circ., E. Princeton Dr. / County Road 559; agency asst., 11314 CR 439; aud. Alarm, 5th St; aud. Alarm, 2033 Meadow Park Dr.; animal cmpl., 935 Collin Cir. and DWI, S. 2nd St. / E. Princeton Dr.

May 26 – fraud rep., 306 Main St.; agency asst., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.; aud. alarm, 813 Wilson Dr. and harass., 304 Peach Tree Ln.

May 27 – citizen cmpl., 141 Meadow Crest Dr.; verbal dist., 300 Peach Tree Ln; follow up info., 401 Bonnieview; fraud report, 306 Main St.; juv. pblm., 200 E. Princeton Dr.; follow up info., 315 Red Buoy Cv.; suicide attempt, Mabel Ave.; veh. Fire, 8080 CR 398; follow up info., 306 Main St.; narc. invest., 1227 Bellevue Dr.; asslt., 705 E. Princeton Dr. and follow up info., 705 E. Princeton Dr.

May 28 – follow up info., 705 E. Princeton Dr.; welfare check, 610 Jefferson Ave.; follow up info., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.; follow up info., 306 Main St.; animal cmpl., Jefferson Ave. / N 2nd St.; agency asst., 4643 CR 1081; fraud, 306 Main St.; warrant service, 1500 CR 447; civil pblm., 301 Panther Pkwy; civil pblm., 5454 E. Hwy. 380; civil pblm., 212 Mabel Ave.; warr. serv., 133 W. Princeton Dr.; welfare check, Longneck Rd / CR 407; citizen cmpl., Dogwood Dr. / Forest Dr.; civil cmpl., 304 Peach Tree Ln. and aud. alarm, 1316 Caroline Dr.

 

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