Princeton Police blotter

Date:

Share post:

Someone stole a paycheck belonging to a Leigh Avenue resident, forged her signature and cashed it. The check had been mailed to the victim by her employer. The incident of theft and forgery was reported April 26.

Two backhoe attachments, valued at $2,000 each, were reported stolen from a construction site on Rollingmead Street. The theft was reported April 26.

- Advertisement -

A 28-year-old Princeton man was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle stop on University Place April 23. He was processed and released.

Several debit and credit cards were reported stolen from a car parked at a Lovers Lane home. The cards were used at a retail store in West Windsor Township to make unauthorized purchases. The theft was reported April 23.

A Ewing Street resident reported the theft of the catalytic converter from his car while it was parked in front of his home. The incident was reported April 23.

A burglar broke a screen and a window to gain entry into a Guyot Avenue home and stole an assortment of items. The burglary was reported April 21.

A woman reported that another woman yelled at her and sprayed her with an unknown substance while she was in a Witherspoon Street store April 20, causing her to feel harassed.

A pair of shoplifters stole an item valued at $1,395 from a store on Nassau Street April 20.

A 44-year-old Trenton man was charged with shoplifting for allegedly taking $662 worth of merchandise from a Nassau Street store April 17. He was processed and taken to the Mercer County Correction Center.

Stay Connected

1,436FansLike
7,706FollowersFollow

Current Issue

Latest News

Related articles

Pro-Palestine encampment ends at Princeton University

Princeton University students' pro-Palestine/anti-Israel encampment came to an end on May 15, less than three weeks after the...

‘It is insensitive’

The Princeton Historic Preservation Commission has declined to endorse a proposal to construct a 15-unit apartment building that...

‘It brings out the little boy in me’

The Princeton Council gave final approval to a pair of ordinances to purchase the 90-acre Lanwin Development Corp....

‘This is magic’

Ground has officially broken for the Princeton Plasma Innovation Center (PPIC), a new laboratory facility at Princeton Plasma...