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Paris Police Report For Tuesday, October 10


Melissa Anderson

Officers responded to a disturbance in the 2100 block Cedar Monday night at 8:36. The suspect, Melissa Anderson, was on scene, refusing to leave and trying to gain entry to the residence. Officers found Anderson intoxicated and possessing open containers of alcoholic beverages in her vehicle. Anderson was attempting to leave the scene after officers arrived. Since Anderson was on the property, she did not reside and was intoxicated; they arrested her for Public Intoxication. Anderson then resisted being taken into custody, struggling with officers and jerking away to prevent handcuffing. She was secured, transported, booked, and placed in jail.

Monday morning at 10:14, police arrested Rodney Willis in the 10-block of NW 31st on a warrant for Motion to Revolk Probation on a DWI charge. They took him into custody without incident and transported him to jail.

At 6:08 Monday morning, there was a Motor Vehicle burglary in the 2200 block of Bella Vista. The victim left a vehicle unlocked with a firearm inside. Officers processed the scene for evidence purposes. Later, the victim contacted police, who had discovered further evidence, including the suspects from a post on social media. The investigation will continue.

On Monday, another vehicle burglary occurred in the 2200 block of Sycamore St. at 6:34 am. The suspects had entered the vehicle and stolen several firearms, ammunition, and other articles. They recovered some of the evidence along the Trail de Paris. They think someone took the missing property during the same time frame and by the same suspects as the previous burglary.

Monday night at 7:00, someone burglarized a building in the 2700 block of E. Cherry. The victim reported that numerous items, including a firearm, knives, decorative swords, and statues, were missing from his storage unit. The victim provided officers with possible suspect information. They had cut the lock to gain entry. The investigation will continue.

Officers made two traffic stops, arrested two adults, and answered 140 calls for service on Monday, October 9.