The Princeton Police Department received the following calls July 14-21, 2014. The listed times are when the reports were received and not necessarily when any incidents occurred. Compiled by Joel Stottrup.
Monday, July 143:32 p.m. Disturbance at apartment.7:50 p.m. Sighting of a black bear in area of Highway 95 and Rum River Drive N.
Campers upriver notified.7:54 p.m. Officer removed large sections of carpet that was in traffic lane of northbound Highway 169 obstructing traffic.Tuesday, July 151:33 a.m. Stopped driver for taillight out.
Located marijuana, pills and handgun on juvenile male who had no Minnesota driver s license. Juvenile released to mother. Charges to be sent in long form complaint.7:49 a.m.
Complaint of black Lab dog being aggressive toward someone and their dog who were out for a walk. Officer spoke to owner of subject dog, who said the dog jumped fence enclosure and can sometimes be aggressive toward other animals but not people.8:17 a.m. Complaint of semi-truck all over the road west of city.
Officer located truck at roundabout and stopped it at Shooter s Bar about three miles east of Princeton. Officer found inconsistencies in trucker s log book and told trucker to stay there until State Trooper arrived, as officer had to leave for emergency call in city. Police said the trucker did not wait and was later located in North Branch.
Citation to be given to driver.8:27 a.m. Disturbance. Officer mediated mother-son verbal dispute.7:23 p.m.
Report of an approximately six-pound, age 4, jet-black cat lost from The Oaks apartments.Wednesday, July 167:36 a.m. Report of someone camping at Riebe Park. Told person of city rule of no camping at the park.
Officer offered to assist person who was having some personal issues.8:23 a.m. Contacted woman who hadn t paid for fuel at Holiday and she said she had forgotten and would return to pay.Friday, July 1812:33 a.m. Report of two males in dark clothing tampering with yard decorations and bird feeder.
Males ran off when confronted.9:57 a.m. Disturbance Advised male and female.3:24 p.m. Fraud-forgery-scam reported.3:41 p.m.
Report of violation of order for protection. Princeton police with assistance from deputies in Sherburne and Mille Lacs County and the State Patrol talked a male into coming out of home 204 6th Ave. S.
Male, 43, arrested and taken to jail.5:20 p.m. Suspicious activity reported on 300 block of Rum River Drive N.7:11 p.m. Attempted theft of golf cart.Saturday, July 194:49 a.m.
Suspicious activity Officer checked license plate of car being driven past and determined plate was stolen.8:47 a.m. Report of possible homeless person spending time behind Princeton Health & Fitness, and leaving debris behind.10:50 a.m. Advised door-to-door solicitor to cease soliciting until obtaining proper permit.8:51 p.m.
Disturbance Transported extremely intoxicated male who was reported causing problems to St. Cloud detox.9:21 p.m. One male and one female, both 19, cited for underage consumption.9:27 p.m.
Report of stolen golf cart.11:27 p.m. Arrested Delaina Marie Johnson, 21, for probable cause DWI. Charges pending blood test.Sunday, July 2012:55 a.m.
Report of large disturbance in Foreston. Princeton officer assisted other officers in responding.2:09 a.m. Observed passenger riding on top of car trunk while car was moving through parking lot.
Stopped vehicle and advised driver regarding careless driving and dangerous behavior.2:51 a.m. Complaint of vehicle going over fog and center lines. Arrested Megan Faye Payne, 30, on probable cause DWI.
Additional charges for driving after revocation, open bottle, no proof of insurance and seat belt violation.2:39 p.m. Report of naked toddler running down street. Toddler returned to parent.6:21 p.m.
Report of plants knocked over.8:52 p.m. Report of stray pit bull with no collar.10:50 p.m. Disturbance reported.
Parties separated for the night.
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by Aaron Bialick ABC 7 news anchor Cheryl Jennings talked to some of San Francisco s key city officials and advocates about Vision Zero, the campaign to eliminate traffic deaths by 2024, on her show Beyond the Headlines Sunday. ABC s Cheryl Jennings speaks with SFMTA Director Ed Reiskin. Image: ABC 7 Pedestrian and bike safety was the theme of the half-hour show, during which Jennings interviewed SFMTA Director Ed Reiskin; the family of Dylan Mitchell, who was killed on his bike by a truck driver in the Mission; SFPD Traffic Company Commander Mikail Ali; and Cheryl Brinkman, vice chair of the SFMTA Board of Directors.
Jennings also spoke with Caltrain spokesperson Christine Dunn, who addressed the issue of deaths at railroad crossings. The show begins with a segment featuring Walk SF Executive Director Nicole Schneider, who explains why streets like Van Ness Avenue are so dangerous. It s a great overview of street safety in SF, especially for folks just getting introduced to the issues.
If we don t do something different, Reiskin said, people will continue to die while getting around on SF s streets.
We re absolutely committed to doing something different, to redesigning our streets.
Aaron Bialick is the editor of Streetsblog San Francisco and lives in the Inner Sunset.
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Holy Perogy Food Truck The Downtown New West BIA in partnership with Trapp + Holbrook presents the second annual Columbia StrEAT Food Truck Fest on Saturday August 23 rd 2014 from 4-10pm. Admission for this event is FREE. After massive success in 2013, this year s fest will the biggest in the province, with 50+ food trucks including Japadog, Vij s Railway Express, Johnny s Pops, Yolk s Breakfasts and Taser Grilled Cheese, all of which made the Vancity Buzz top 10 Food Trucks in Vancouver List.
These trucks, along with many others, will be lining the table-filled street so that everyone can come down and Get Trucked Up ! Robert Fung of Trapp + Holbrook commented, Salient is really excited to be a part of this event and, with Trapp+Holbrook, to be part of the Columbia Street evolution. Downtown New West continues to draw people as a great urban neighbourhood and dynamic place to live.
There s a strong sense of community here that is filled with energy from people sharing something special. The Columbia StrEAT Food Truck Fest is yet again a testimony to how progressive this town is, and how it has already blown the culinary and entrepreneurial doors off! Get used to coming to Downtown New West for great food and a great sense of belonging.
If you haven t experienced it already, I invite you to come down and have a taste! Support the festival and become a Certified Trucker for only $30. Certified Truckers receive two complimentary Steel & Oak craft beers, guaranteed seating in The Met s beer garden and a branded trucker hat.
We re super excited to not only be able to pair our beer with so many great food trucks coming to Columbia Street, but also to be able to get out in the community that we love and let them enjoy the brews we ve created for them. Jorden Foss of Steel & Oak. Certified Trucker passes will go on sale August 1 st .
The festival will also feature an outdoor mini Royal City Farmers Market and a kids zone hosted by the New West Food Action Committee and Kids New West.
The Columbia, Heritage Grill, and The Met Bar & Grill will host 19+ expanded patios where you re in the middle of all the action!
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The team working on the truck Trucks, our drivers love them, our travellers love them and we love them. It s not uncommon for our travellers to see their driver tinkering on the truck at the end of the day. Whether it s checking tyre pressures, greasing various parts of the truck or running routine checks, they keep busy.
We are very proud that we still build, run and maintain our own trucks. This gives us ultimate control over how the trucks are kept and in the long run we feel helps to keep our travellers safe. Whilst our fleet manager Mark makes several visits out to see the trucks every year, other members of the office team also visit them at various points and run over a few simple checks.
To make sure the whole team are prepared to do this, we recently held a training weekend at our second workshop in Lincolnshire. The girls in the office donned oversized overalls and set about making the journey north. When we got there, one of our Trans Africa trucks awaited.
She wasn t used to having girls work on her, but she quickly got used to it and I think in the end kind of liked it! After watching a video on basic checks, it was time to get our hands dirty. Our drivers regularly do MOT style checks on the vehicles and so our training followed the same format.
We worked our way through the list, crawling under the truck to listen for air leaks on the brakes (which I am pleased to report we did not find), checked the wheel nuts and tyre pressures, jacked the front of the cab amongst many other things. Working hard! Natalie and Ceris investigating brakes!
Once our basic knowledge was up to scratch we moved onto more technical things. So we looked at how the brakes operated as well as looking at a clutch. Anything you want to know about slack adjusters and S Cams, then we are the ones to ask!
Finally we descended into the pit underneath the truck and Mark pointed out what various things do, from the parabolic springs to the water pump. Move over boys the girls now have the skills! All in all it was a very useful long weekend.
Don t be surprised if someone from the office is on your trip and looking around the truck.
We believe there is no such thing as checking the vehicle too many times, and many eyes help to keep our trucks in tip top condition.
Our drivers do a great job at caring for their trucks, and we are proud that we now have an office team who can go through some simple checks with them on the road.
Getting our hands dirty
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An accident involving a large commercial truck and a Nissan Xterra occurred in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania (PA). The driver, a West Virginia native, was operating a water tank truck along Route 88 when he lost control at a right-hand curve tumbling into the northbound lane. The truck rolled onto the driver s side and continued to roll over a hillside and into a garage.
While falling into the northbound lane, the truck crashed into Rachael Kelly s Nissan Xterra. She was injured and had to be flown by medical helicopter to a hospital for treatment. State police continue to investigate the crash and what caused the truck driver to lose control of the vehicle.
This awful incident is a reminder that truck drivers must exercise the utmost care and caution while operating large commercial big rigs and 18-wheelers. Though the details of this rollover wreck are not clear, it appears as though the wreck may have been caused by the manner in which the driver made the right turn. In order to make a safe right turn without dragging the trailer or tanker across the curb, a trucker usually veers slightly towards the left before turning to ensure a wider turn.
If the turn is too sharp, it could result in a scenario where either the tractor cannot complete the full turn or the driver loses control of the vehicle. If an accident occurs, it is important to obtain a truck driver s contact information, the name of the trucking company, and DOT license numbers on the tractor and any trailer attached. Trucking companies also have a procedure, but their intent is to reduce their liability by any means.
The events following an accident include, but are not limited to, silencing the truck driver, removing any damaging evidence from the truck, seizing and retaining evidence that the victim must later discover and demand, and interviewing witnesses first to try to influence their statements.
In the window of El Castillo de Jagua on Rivington Street. We have an update from the courts today on the status of the case against Domonic Whilby, the young man accused of driving a stolen truck while drunk and crashing into a city bus, causing the death of 17-year veteran MTA driver William Pena in February. Pena grew up on the Lower East Side and still has many ties to the neighborhood; his family and friends have been rallying neighbors and union members to support the prosecution s side of the case.
NY1 is reporting this afternoon that a judge has refused to drop the charges against Whilby, a request his lawyers had pushed, and set a trial for Sept.
10. More from the story: Domonic Whilby is facing multiple charges including depraved indifference, murder and reckless endangerment. His attorney tried to argue that Whilby didn t comprehend what he was doing because he was drunk at the time of the incident.
But a judge refused to throw out any of the charges. Outside of court, Pena s friends and fellow bus drivers were grateful. We want the maximum sentence.
And nothing else. We want no plea-bargaining. We want the maximum sentence.
Mr. Whilby is still alive. He s got a whole life ahead of him.
We will never, ever see William again, said Pena s common law wife, Nancy Rodriguez.
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The 56 year old man injured after apparently falling off a truck on Thursday July 10 is recovering, having been moved from the ICU to a general ward. A police spokesperson said, At last check the 56 year old man injured after apparently falling off a truck around 10:15am Thursday, July 10th in the Tribe Road #5, Paget area was recovering in stable condition on a general ward at the hospital. Inquiries into this incident are ongoing and any witnesses that have not yet come forward are encouraged to contact the Hamilton Police Station on 295-0011.
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