Blotter: Streaker at Cottage Club and More

The following incidents were reported by Princeton Police between Feb. 14-16.


A 35-year-old Princeton woman was arrested on Feb. 14 at 2:52 p.m. after police say she was uncooperative when they arrived at her home, then began arguing, yelling and finally laid on the ground kicking her feet and refusing to leave the residence. 

Kaori Wilson, of the first block of Edwards Place, was charged with obstructing the administration of law/false public alarms. 

Police say they responded for a report of a disturbance and found Wilson arguing with her husband, at which point she became uncooperative with police. She allegedly began dialing 9-1-1 even though police were already on scene. After she laid on the floor and refused to leave the home, she was arrested, charged and released. She is scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 25. 


Diners at Cottage Club were treated to a sight on Friday, Feb. 15 at 6:33 p.m. when police say a white male, about 20 years old, entered the dining hall of the club naked, then began dancing in the dining hall until confronted by an employee. That's when the man took off in an unknown direction.

The incident happened at the eating club at 51 Prospect Avenue. 

No one has been charged. 


A 28-year-old Princeton man was arrested on Feb. 16 at 8:47 a.m. after police found him at the Wells Fargo Bank, 194 Nassau Street, near the bank's rear door which had a shattered glass pane. 

Arthur Shockley, of the 200 block of Nassau Street, was charged with criminal mischief. 

Shockley told police that the night before he had kicked and shattered the window while he was drunk. He said that he returned to the bank to pay for the damage and was waiting for a manager to arrive.  

He was released and is due in court on March 4. 

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