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Paris Police Report For Friday (Jan 13)

Thursday morning at 9:41, a Paris Police Officer responded to the 1300 block of North Main to meet with a victim reporting that someone stole his brown 2007 Chevy 3500 flatbed pickup from the front parking lot through the night. Cameras at a neighboring business indicated they took the pickup between 11:20 pm and 11:40 pm. The incident is under investigation.

Officers responded to the 800-block of Deshong Dr. Thursday morning at 10:13 to investigate a Felony Criminal Mischief between $2,500 and $30,000. No details are available.

At 1:00 Thursday afternoon, officers worked fraud over the telephone from a victim who advised that Wednesday a week ago, someone made several fraudulent transactions totaling $1,170 on her bank account via the “Zelle” Cash App on her phone. Additionally, the victim provided possible leads to a suspect in Tennessee.

Jerry Duel Smith | Nicholas Jordan Dawson, Sr.

A narcotics investigation took place in the 100-block of NE 11th Thursday afternoon at 3:41. Officers took Jerry Duel Smith, 34, of Paris, and Nicholas Jordan Dawson, Sr., 35, of Paris, into custody and booked them into the Paris Jail for Manufacture Delivery Controlled Substance PG 1>=4G<200G for possession of approximately 36 grams of methamphetamine.

At 6:45 Thursday evening, an officer spoke with a victim over the telephone, who advised that someone had entered her unlocked vehicle the previous night in the 1700 block of Fairfax Street. Missing was a black Glock 43 semi-automatic 9mm handgun distinguished with paint splatter on it. The handgun was entered into TCIC/NCIC as stolen.

Thursday night at 7:31, police responded to the 1700 block of Graham Street, where individuals at the residence alleged that a man in a gray van had pointed a gun at a 14-year-old. Officers contacted the man, who stated that he believed a subject at the residence had possibly stolen money from his church and had also broken into vehicles the week prior. He admitted confronting the suspect about the thefts, but without a handgun. After reviewing the video footage, the officer does not believe a gun was involved.

The Paris Police Department responded to 72 calls for service and arrested three adults on Thursday (Jan 12).