Princeton Police Department

A 21-year-old Princeton man has been charged with breaking into the Princeton Police Department impound lot where he allegedly attempted to steal a truck before making off with a moped. When Princeton Police officers arrived at his temporary place of residence to execute a search warrant two days later, pieces of moped could be seen [...]

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Princeton Police investigated a report of a strong-arm robbery in the early morning hours of Friday, March 16. A sanitation worker was making a garbage pick-up behind the laundromat at 720 S. Rum River Dr. when he says a male grabbed him from behind and demanded his wallet. The sanitation worker fought off his assailant, [...]

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Monday, Feb. 20 1:34 a.m. A two-vehicle crash was reported at Highway 95 and 75th Avenue. Princeton Police assisted with traffic control. No injuries were reported. 10:41 a.m. A 55-gallon drum containing an unspecified fluid was dumped over behind the VFW. Cost to clean up the site was estimated at $100. 4:30 p.m. A garage [...]

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  Press Release Bank Robbery-City of Princeton Princeton, MN: On 02/10/2012, at approximately 1210pm, the Peoples Bank of Commerce, 209 Rum River Drive So., Princeton, MN 55371 was robbed by a single adult Caucasian female. The robber left on foot in a westerly direction. The robber was wearing a black winter jacket, black hat and [...]

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The Healing Spirit Clinic and T-Nails, two businesses located in the strip mall next to ACE Hardware, were reported burglarized this past weekend, according to Princeton Police Chief Brian Payne. This is the second set of burglaries at a strip mall in Princeton within less than a month. Burglaries were made at six businesses in [...]

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Six business units in the strip mall just north of the SuperAmerica gas station in Princeton were burglarized and an undisclosed number of “items” taken sometime over the weekend of Jan. 7-8, said Princeton Police Chief Brian Payne this week. His department received the first of several reports the morning of Monday, Jan. 9, about [...]

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