Princeton Borough Police Blotter: Prostitution After Hours at the Princeton University Store and More


An employee at the Princeton University Store had a prostitute visit him at the store and engage in sexual acts at the store after hours, police said. Eric Everett, 23, of Chesterfield met Brittany Smith, 20, of Keyport, on Craigslist and arranged for her to meet him at the store on University Place to engage in sex acts, for a fee set by Smith. During the encounters, which happened at least three times, the pair allegedly took various store items. Police learned of the prostitution at the store while investigating the thefts. After being arrested on Sept. 25, Smith was found to be in possession of 11 Adderall tablets and a marijuana pipe, police said.  Everett was arrested Sept 24.  Both were charged and released without bail. Everett was charged with soliciting prostitution and shoplifting. Smith was charged with prostitution, possession of a controlled and dangerous substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

A Kendall Park man was arrested after making several false reports to police using the emergency 911 system, police said. David Rice of Kendall Park was taken into custody on Nassau Street, charged with making false public alarms, and was released.

A Princeton Borough resident was charged with simple assault, possession of drug paraphernalia, harassment and violation of a restraining order on Sept. 20 for allegedly spitting on a woman’s face, grabbing her by her neck and pushing her into a wall, causing minor injuries, police said. Jonathan Joyce, 41, of North Tulane Street was found in possession of a marijuana grinder when he was arrested, police said. After his arrest he allegedly contacted the victim by telephone in violation of a temporary restraining order, police said. His bail was set at $5,000.

A Trenton man allegedly broke three windows at the United States Post Office on Palmer Square earlier this month by throwing a piece of cement at the windows. Manuel Barrera of Greenwood Avenue was charged with criminal mischief and was released.


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