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Paris Police Report For Monday (Jul 2)


Christopher Homsey | Ian Battiest | Joshua Wooten

Friday Paris Police made three different arrests on outstanding parole violation warrants. Police arrested Christopher Homsey, 47, Ian Battiest, 28, and Joshua Wooten, 41, for hindering secured creditors.

Ryan Pittman

At the adult probation office, officers arrested Ryan Pittman, 41, on a motion to adjudicate guilt/possession of a controlled substance.

Tylan Glass

Saturday afternoon, officers arrested Tylan Glass, 23, after suspicious conduct. They reportedly found Glass in possession of methamphetamine.

Michael Lepek

Around 6:15 pm Saturday police arrested Michael Lepek, 31, allegedly in possession of approximately two grams of methamphetamine

Sunday morning after 1:00 officers worked a vehicle accident in the 7010-block of NE 8th. They arrested Tristan King, 31, who had left the roadway and struck a parked vehicle. Reportedly King was intoxicated, and due to previous convictions, they enhanced King’s charge to a felony offense.

Friday police worked a burglary in the 600-block of Graham. Someone had forced entry into the victim’s storage building.

There was fraudulent use of identifying information reported in the 2500-block of S Church. Someone used the victim’s ID for several online transactions.

In the 2500-block of W Sherman, a known suspect had entered the complainant’s house took the keys to a vehicle and then left without the owner’s consent.

Saturday morning on W. Sherman, a known suspect took items from inside a garage including a small vending machine.

Police worked a disturbance Sunday afternoon in the 900-block of Clarksville. A known suspect had threatened the complainant with a knife. No one was injured.

Paris Police responded to 288 calls for service and arrested 15 people over the three-day weekend ending at 6:00 am Monday (Jul 2).