Princeton Police Blotter released

by | Aug 15, 2019 | Latest

The Princeton Police Blotter has been released for this week. (File art)

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office has released the Princeton Police Department blotter for Aug. 2-8. Calls for security watches, building checks, school resource officer checks, audible alarms, road hazards, parking violations, agency assists, motorist assists, abandoned vehicles, traffic stops and traffic enforcement areas have been omitted.

Aug. 2

  • 1:41:38 Am – Susp Veh – 2452 Fm 3364
  • 1:50:15 Am – Welfare Ck – 200 E Princeton Dr
  • 1:59:38 Am – Susp Veh – 112 W Princeton Dr
  • 3:21:39 Am – Fire Alarm – 1306 Granite Path
  • 8:17:36 Am – Arrest – E Princeton Dr /

   County Road 458

  • 10:18:23 Am – Verbal Dist – 1121 Rainier Dr
  • 3:10:33 Pm – Susp Circum – 94 Yorkshire St
  • 4:17:02 Pm – Civil Prob – 505 Rustic Meadows
  • 5:32:52 Pm – Min Acdt Hit And Run – 701 W

   Princeton Dr

  • 6:33:20 Pm – Min Acdt – 837 W Princeton Dr
  • 7:28:05 Pm – Narcotics Invest – 701 W Princeton Dr
  • 7:46:40 Pm – Domest Dist – 1006 Forest Meadow Ct
  • 8:44:40 Pm – Susp Circum – 895 E Princeton Dr
  • 9:27:00 Pm – Vandalism – 1201 Toledo Bend Dr
  • 9:30:16 Pm – Civil Prob – 1113 Grace Dr
  • 10:28:28 Pm – Welfare Ck – E Princeton Dr / S 4th St

 

Aug. 3

  • 4:10:48 Am – Noise Dist – 1204 Arizona Dr
  • 9:09:28 Am – Fraud – 311 Main St
  • 11:45:53 Am – Reck. Driver – E Princeton Dr /

   County Road 458

  • 12:05:14 Pm – Domest Dist – 964 Collin Cir
  • 12:08:33 Pm – Panic Alarm – 200 – 106

   Beauchamp Blvd

  • 12:21:33 Pm – Narc. Invest. – Monte Carlo Blvd /

   Pampa Grass Dr

  • 12:30:46 Pm – Arrest – 105 E Princeton Dr
  • 1:04:28 Pm – Arrest – 134 Meadow Crest Dr
  • 2:04:47 Pm – Welfare Ck – E Princeton Dr / S 4th St
  • 3:02:14 Pm – Susp Veh – 1306 N 6th St
  • 4:16:27 Pm – Cust Dist – 700 W Princeton Dr
  • 7:28:04 Pm – Panic Alarm – 798 Platinum Dr
  • 8:49:17 Pm – First Resp – 1109 Riverstone Trl
  • 9:09:46 Pm – Noise Dist – 210 Timber Dr
  • 10:46:03 Pm – Arrest – Avalon Dr / County Road 456
  • 11:50:18 Pm – Noise Dist – 1107 Riverstone Trl

 

Aug. 4

  • 1:33:18 Am – Reckls Driver – E University Dr /

   Monte Carlo Blvd

  • 1:37:06 Pm – First Resp – 916 Spruce Ln
  • 1:57:19 Pm – Solicitor Compl – 701 W Princeton Dr
  • 2:51:58 Pm – Reckls Driver – E Princeton Dr /

   Calm Water Cv

  • 2:58:42 Pm – Veh Dist – 718 N 1st St
  • 4:38:36 Pm – Arrest – E Sixth St / Woody Dr
  • 4:49:48 Pm – Susp Circum – 1203 Pampa Grass Dr
  • 8:39:34 Pm – Anim Cruelty – 701 W Princeton Dr

 

Aug. 5

  • 1:04:53 Am – Juvenile Prob – 701 W Princeton Dr
  • 6:31:14 Am – Panic Alarm – 705 E Princeton Dr
  • 7:39:02 Am – Civil Prob – 1308 Caroline Dr
  • 8:21:11 Am – Assault In Prog – 2667 Fm 982
  • 10:15:02 Am – Arrest – 1703 Twin Hills Way
  • 1:52:37 Pm – Reckls Driver – E University Dr / Airport Dr
  • 3:38:57 Pm – Harass – 2103 Old Harbor Way
  • 3:50:43 Pm – Solicitor Compl – Soap Tree Dr /

   Chapman Dr

  • 4:45:08 Pm – Reckls Driver – E University Dr / Fm 1827
  • 7:18:46 Pm – Reckls Driver – Fm 982 /

   County Road 1219

  • 7:54:38 Pm – Fire Alarm – 607 Meadow Wood Ln
  • 9:53:48 Pm – First Resp – 1400 Meadow Creek Dr
  • 11:53:27 Pm – Major Acdt – S 2nd St / E Hazelwood St

 

Aug. 6

  • 12:07:21 Am – Susp Person – 164 Tanglewood Draw
  • 7:44:13 Am – Runaway Report – 509 Rustic Meadows
  • 8:30:58 Am – Animal Compl – 700 Bois Darc Ave
  • 1:49:10 Pm – Theft – 300 – 16 W Princeton Dr
  • 5:18:19 Pm – Veh Theft – 306 Main St
  • 5:37:28 Pm – Tresp – 302 – A W Princeton Dr
  • 6:40:26 Pm – Reckls Driver – 234 Magnolia Dr
  • 8:16:25 Pm – Loiter – 404 Mckinney Av
  • 8:28:52 Pm – Veh Dist – 1509 County Road 447
  • 9:19:55 Pm – Susp Veh – 701 W Princeton Dr
  • 9:28:38 Pm – Susp Veh – Cedar Creek Dr / Arizona Dr
  • 10:11:58 Pm – Assault – 306 Main St
  • 11:29:25 Pm – Noise Dist – 1109 Garnet St
  • 11:33:37 Pm – Animal Compl – 1028 Churchill Dr
  • 11:34:10 Pm – Susp Veh – E College Ave / N 2nd St

 

Aug. 7

  • 12:56:28 Am – Susp Veh – 1000 E Princeton Dr
  • 1:48:30 Am – Susp Person – 974 Collin Cir
  • 5:39:08 Am – Noise Dist – 4028 Princeton Cir
  • 9:35:47 Am – Veh Theft – 1016 Dye Blvd
  • 9:53:59 Am – Burglary Rep – 105 Royal Ln
  • 9:54:55 Am – Welfare Ck – E Princeton Dr / Tallant St
  • 11:00:40 Am – Theft – 105 Royal Ln
  • 12:03:54 Pm – Civil Prob – 105 Royal Ln
  • 12:19:38 Pm – Civil Prob – 1016 Dye Blvd
  • 1:18:48 Pm – Fraud – 306 Main St
  • 2:03:29 Pm – Susp Circum – 200 Sec
  • 4:56:56 Pm – Burglary Rep Prog – 510 Bois Darc Ave
  • 9:44:40 Pm – Reckls Driver – Fm 982 /

   County Road 1219

  • 10:01:13 Pm – Noise Dist – 1000 E Princeton Dr
  • 11:08:08 Pm – Susp Person – 1218 Lombardy Dr

 

Aug. 8

  • 1:28:27 Am – Susp Veh – 893 E Princeton Dr
  • 1:55:12 Pm – Animal Compl – 401 E Princeton Dr
  • 2:22:13 Pm – Min Acdt – 1650 W Princeton Dr
  • 2:30:08 Pm – Solicitor Compl – 1006 Platinum Dr
  • 4:11:58 Pm – Min Acdt – 5454 E Us Highway 380
  • 5:40:28 Pm – Min Acdt – E Princeton Dr /

   Calm Water Cv

  • 6:09:53 Pm – Welfare Ck – 1316 Caroline Dr
  • 9:07:42 Pm – Welfare Ck – 621 E Princeton Dr

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