Princeton police blotter

by | Sep 3, 2015 | Uncategorized

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Princeton Police Department blotter for Aug. 20 – Aug. 27. Calls for security watches, building checks, traffic stops and traffic enforcement areas have been omitted.

Aug. 20 – susp. veh., 301 5th St.; agency asst., S. 2nd St. / E. Princeton Dr.; motor. asst., Blackburn Way / Old Harbor Way; noise dist., 748 Prairie Creek Dr.; aud. alarm, 1801 Fairbanks Dr.; vandal., 2106 Meadow View Dr.; susp. circ., 1123 Caroline Dr.; minor hit and run, S. 2nd St. / E. Hazelwood St.; unauthorized burn, 3785 FM 982; dist., 2108 Forest Grove Estates Rd.; customer dist., 103 W. Princeton Dr.; reck. drvr., E. Princeton Dr. / S. 2nd St.; motor. asst., Monte Carlo Blvd. / San Remo Dr. and motor. asst., 105 E. Princeton Dr.

Aug. 21 – citizen cmpl., 306 Main St.; follow up info., 901 E. Princeton Dr.; suicide threat, Park Place Ridge; citizen cmpl., 306 Main St.; fraud, 1119 Caroline Dr.; parking viol., 1111 Augustin Dr. and major acdt., E. University Dr. / S. Bridgefarmer Rd.

Aug. 22 – motor. asst., W. Princeton Dr. / Creekview Dr.; road rage, 103 W. Princeton Dr.; aud. alarm, 2160 W. Princeton Dr.; found property, 202 Yale Ct.; rd. hazard, W. Princeton Dr. / Cypress Bend Dr.; major acdt.,  E. CR 461 / N. 4th St.; civil pblm., 185 Tanglewood Draw; dom. dist., 11571 CR 958; animal cmpl., 713 Woody St.; follow up info., 119 N. 2nd St.; dom. dist., 317 Woodard St. and reck. drvr., W. Princeton Dr. / Cypress Bend Dr.

Aug. 23 – civil pblm., 1365 Carlo Dr.; open dr., 310 Main St.; tresp., 1200 Bellevue Dr.; susp. circ., 700 Bois Darc Ave.; reck. drvr., 304 E. Audie Murphy Pkwy.; dist., 970 Bois Darc Ave.; road rage, E. University Dr. / S. Bridgefarmer Rd.; first resp., 165 S. 4th St.; reck. drvr., Park Trails in Princeton and susp. person, 1019 N. 6th St.

Aug. 24 – veh. burg., 909 Collin Cir.; traffic asst., Monte Carlo Blvd. / Forest Meadow Dr.; burg., 500 W. College St.; firearm cmpl., 326 Red Buoy Cv.; follow up info., 500 W. College St.; follow up info., 300 – 16 W. Princeton Dr.; susp. veh., Bonnie View Dr. / N. 4th St.; follow up info., 1000 E Princeton Dr.; theft, 500 Creekside; rd. rage, W. Princeton Dr. / Creekview Dr. and aud. alarm, 207 E. Princeton Dr.

Aug. 25 – susp. veh., 138 Prairie View Dr.; aud. alarm, 1203 Roman Dr.; major acdt., Monte Carlo Blvd. / Florence Dr.; harass., 133 – 16 S. 4th St.; theft, 301 Panther Pkwy.; harass., 489 S. 2nd St.; follow up info., 306 Main St.; vandal., Forest Meadow Dr. / Monte Carlo Blvd.; harass., 1805 Big Delta St.; burg., 923 Town Square and welfare check, 713 N. 3rd St.

Aug. 26 – major acdt., E. Hwy. 380 / S. Bridgefarmer Rd.; traffic asst., 200 Monte Carlo Blvd.; vandal., 301 Panther Pkwy.; follow up info., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.; follow up info., 306 Main St.; follow up info., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.; burg., 331 Bonnie View Dr.; major acdt., E. University Dr. / S. Bridgefarmer Rd.; juv. pblm., E. CR 461 / N. 6th St.; citizen cmpl., 123 W. Princeton Dr.; missing child,  2101 Forest Meadow Dr.; loose lvst., E University Dr. / FM 1827; follow up info., 306 Main St.; aud. alarm, 106 E. Princeton Dr. and susp. veh., 1490 Princeton Oaks Dr.

Aug. 27 – missing person, 1104 Grace Dr.; missing person, 1104 Grace Dr.; warrant serv., E. Fifth St. / Jefferson Ave.; vandal., 306 Main St.; juv. cmpl., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.; citizen cmpl., 306 Main St.; susp. circ., 301 Panther Pkwy.; follow up info., 305 E. Hazelwood St.; follow up info., 1104 Grace Dr.; dom. dist., 1121 Augustin Dr.; dom. dist., 1119 Augustin Dr.; susp. person, 1105 Bronner Dr.; reck. drvr., E. University Dr. / Airport Dr.; civil pblm., 1203 Roman Dr.; reck. drvr., 208 W. Princeton Dr.; noise dist., 1111 Grace Dr. and dist., 931
Collin Cir.

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