Princeton Police blotter

by | Nov 12, 2015 | Latest

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Princeton Police Department blotter for Oct. 29 – Nov. 5. Calls for security watches, building checks, traffic stops and traffic enforcement areas have been omitted.

Oct. 29

  • follow up info., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • juv. pblm., 301 Panther Pkwy.
  • found prop., 306 Main St.
  • follow up info., 2101 Forest Meadow Dr.
  • civil pblm., 140 Arbordale Way
  • civil pblm., 306 Main St.
  • follow up info., 9893 CR 1079
  • follow up info., 301 5th St.
  • reck. drvr., E. University Dr. / FM 1827
  • citizen cmpl., 306 Main St.
  • juv. pblm., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • welfare check, 1000 Churchill Dr.
  • animal cmpl., 2101 Forest Meadow Dr.
  • first resp., 165 – 4 S. 4th St.
  • juv. pblm., 1125 Bellevue Dr.
  • susp. circ., 103 W. Princeton Dr.
  • animal cmpl., 1220 Angelina Dr.
  • follow up info., 700 Bois Darc Ave.
  • susp. veh., Harvard / Sanford
  • noise dist., 914 Town Square

Oct. 30

  • hurt animal, 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • susp. veh., 158 Briar Grove Dr.
  • rd. hazard, 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 306 Main St.
  • aud. alarm, 614 Cove Ct.
  • theft, 300 – 16 W. Princeton Dr.
  • susp. circ., W. Princeton Dr. / Creekview Dr.
  • civil pblm., 813 Dalton Dr.
  • aud. alarm, 405 Stone Creek Dr.
  • susp. veh., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • reck. drvr., E. Hwy. 380 / E. FM 1827
  • vandal., Quail Ln. / W. Princeton Dr.

Oct. 31

  • susp. veh., 830 E. Princeton Dr.
  • agency asst., 2421 E. University Dr.
  • susp. veh., 202 E. Princeton Dr.
  • verbal dist., 406 Bonnie View Dr.
  • civil pblm., 113 Prairie Creek Cir.
  • reck. drvr., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 1202 Bellevue Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 704 E. McKinney St.
  • registered sex off. check, 1062 Churchill Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 409 Jefferson Ave.
  • registered sex off. check, 1112 Augustin Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 1119 Augustin Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 713 N. 3rd St.
  • registered sex off. check, 121 N. 4th St.
  • registered sex off. check, 2500 Greenfield Acres
  • registered sex off. check, 321 N. 2nd St.
  • registered sex off. check, 1214 Toledo Bend Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 136 W. Brown St.
  • registered sex off. check, 917 Town Square
  • registered sex off. check, 500 – 106 Eastwood
  • registered sex off. check, 821 W. Princeton Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 223 Timber Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 500 E. Hazelwood St.
  • registered sex off. check, 344 Peach Tree Ln.
  • registered sex off. check, 302 Harvard Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 507 Oxford Loop
  • follow up info., 226 Timber Dr.
  • suicide, CR 905
  • agency asst., E. University Dr. / S. Bridgefarmer Rd.
  • juv. pblm., Anchorage Dr. / White Mountain Way

Nov. 1

  • 911 hangup, 105 E. Princeton Dr.
  • follow up info., 1221 Rainier Dr.
  • motor. asst., 3733 E. University Dr.
  • theft, W. Princeton Dr. / Waterview Dr.
  • follow up info., 725 W. Princeton Dr.
  • aud. alarm, 1714 Park Trails Blvd.
  • theft, 315 Crosscreek Dr.
  • susp. veh., 200 Cypress Bend Dr.
  • susp. veh., 1701 Park Trails Blvd.

Nov. 2

  • sexual asslt. in progress, Churchill Dr.
  • disorderly conduct, 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • follow up info., 306 Main St.
  • follow up info., 306 Main St.
  • disorderly conduct, 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 306 Main St.
  • minor hit and run, 224 E. College St.
  • suicide threat, Park Place Ridge
  • veh. burg., 201 – 108 E. Princeton Dr.
  • follow up info., 1028 Churchill Dr.
  • follow up info., 1020 Churchill Dr.

Nov. 3

  • susp. circ., W. Princeton Dr. / Creekview Dr,
  • rd. hazard, Longneck Rd. / CR 407
  • follow up info., 1030 Churchill Dr.
  • follow up info., 306 Main St.
  • juv. pblm., 600 Mabel Ave.
  • burg., 1201 Toledo Bend Dr.
  • follow up info., 1030 Churchill Dr.
  • susp. circ., 709 E. College St.

Nov. 4

  • first resp., 803 12th St.
  • theft, 502 N. 6th St.
  • vandal., 711 E. College St.
  • passed out, 2452 FM 3364
  • found prop., 306 Main St.
  • animal cmpl., 511 Harrelson Dr.
  • comm. fire alarm, 510 Bois Darc Ave.
  • susp. circ., 308 N. 2nd St.
  • theft, 1200 Bellevue Dr.
  • follow up info., 711 E. College St.
  • dom. dist., 121 N. 4th St.
  • theft, 306 Main St.
  • susp. circ., 2127 Meadow View Dr.
  • susp. circ., 1218 Angelina Dr.

Nov. 5

  • abandoned veh., 1112 Augustin Dr.
  • theft, 163 N. 4th St.
  • fire alarm, 700 Bois Darc Ave.
  • juv. pblm., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • registered sex off. check, 306 Main St.
  • follow up info., 301 Panther Pkwy.
  • juv. pblm., 8080 CR 398
  • juv. pblm., 1000 E. Princeton Dr.
  • susp. circ., 300 W. Princeton Dr.
  • minor acdt., Monte Carlo Blvd. / W. Princeton Dr.
  • rd. hazard, E. College Ave. / N. 4th St.
  • arrest, 1009 Weiss Ave.
  • civil pblm., 150 Briar Grove Dr.
  • follow up info., 708 N. 2nd St.
  • motor. asst., 400 N. 2nd St.
  • susp. circ., 500 E. Hazelwood St.
  • prowl., 714 FM 982

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