Princeton Police Blotter: Watch Stolen at Yoga Studio, Bicycle Taken from Shopping Center, Wallet Snatched from Eating Club

A Tag Heuer watch was reported stolen from a yoga studio on the first block of Nassau Street on April 18. The victim reported that the watch was stolen from inside the changing room of the yoga studio. The watch was valued at $1,500.

A Princeton resident was charged with resisting arrest after he allegedly tried to hide from police on April 18. Dequan Holman, 21, fled an apartment when police knocked on the door to serve him with a warrant for his arrest. Tiara Upshur, 18, was charged with hindering apprehension for allegedly telling police that Holman was not there, when in actuality Holman was upstairs. While officers were at the front door speaking with Upshir, Holman allegedly jumped out of a second floor window in the rear of the apartment and fled from officers into the adjacent woods. He was later located on foot near Snowden Lane and placed under arrest. He was turned over to Mercer County Corrections when he couldn’t post 10 percent of his $7,500 bail.

A Lawrence resident was stopped on Mercer Street just after 11 p.m. on April 18 and police determined that he had been driving his car after consuming alcohol. Justino Lopez-Prado, 54, was charged with driving while intoxicated, and was released to a relative pending his court date.

A boy’s bicycle was stolen from the Princeton Shopping Center just before 3 p.m. on April 13, police said. The victim exited a store and said he saw the thief riding away toward Valley Road. The value of the bicycle is unknown, police said.

A visitor to a Princeton University eating club reported that her wallet was stolen from her coat pocket while her coat was stored in the club’s coat room on April 14. The wallet was later located, but $35 and a credit card were missing, police said. The victim reported the theft at 2:35 a.m.

On April 13, a resident from the 100 block of Bayard Lane called police to report that some time between March 20 and April 3, several items were removed from the person’s home,  including a Visa card and prescription medication.

On April 11, police received a call in which the caller reported that back on March 27 between 3:30 p.m. and 9 p.m., an unknown person entered his unlocked vehicle and removed some of his personal items. The total value of the theft is under $50, police said.