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Paris Police Dept - Daily Activity Summary
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Press Release
July 15, 2019
 
Paris Police responded to two thefts at 8:04 A.M. on July 12, 2019. It was reported that someone had stolen a Kubota UTV in the 1700 block of NE Loop 286. The suspect(s) had cut the lock on the gate to remove the UTV from the property. Also stolen was a trailer from 1800 NE 17th St that was used to haul the UTV from the property. The UTV was later recovered in Pattonville, Texas. The investigations continue.
 
At 4:34 P.M. on July 12, 2019, Paris Police responded to a forgery call in the 1400 block of NW 19th St. It was reported that a black male had attempted to pass a fake $100 bill. A description of the vehicle was given and the vehicle was later observed in the 1200 block of N Main St. Kerry Ray King, 38, of Paris, was found to be in possession of a fake $100 bill and admitted to attempting to pass the bill at several locations for real money. He was found to have an outstanding traffic warrant and additionally charged with forgery of a financial instrument. He was later placed in the Lamar County Jail.
 
Paris Police met with a victim of stalking in the 300 block of E Price St at 2:11 A.M. on July 14, 2019. It was reported that the father of the victim’s children had been harassing the victim numerous times over the past several days. The suspect was warned to stay away from the victim’s residence and formal charges are being sought charging the suspect with stalking. The investigation continues.
 
Paris Police responded to 261 calls for service and arrested 9 persons over the past weekend ending at midnight on July 14, 2019. ###
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