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Paris Police Reports September 25, 2023

by Jamy Wyatt
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Officers responded to a Burglary Alarm in the 1500 block of Clarksville St. Officers found the door broken out and a display knocked over. The owner was notified and came to the scene. He could not tell if any items were missing. The investigation will continue.

Officers responded to to the 100 block of NW 33 about a disturbance. They made contact with a white female, later identifieds as Cheyenne Yackeshi, who began screaming and cursing about a disturbance with other family members. Since Yackeshi was in the front yard of the residence and was using profane and abusive language, she was warned against this as any neighbors could be disturbed. Yackeshi continued to cause a disturbance and was placed under arrest. Yackeshi then refused to give officers her name or any information. While being searched by female personnel at Lamar County Jail, Yackeshi began resisting the search by struggling with jail personnel. She was charged with Disorderly Conduct, Failure to Identifiy, and Resisting Arrest or Search.

09/25 09.45 A burglary of residence was reported in the 300 block of E. Price St. The victim said they were in the process of moving from the residence and that sometime in the past 12 hours someone had entered the residence and stole several items including a laptop computer and a gaming system. The victim did name possible suspects who had been allowed access to the residence immediately prior to the theft. There were no signs of forced entry. The investigation will continue.

09/25 18.09 Another burglary of habitation was reported in the 900 block of Pine Bluff. The victim reported that he believed an ex roommate had broken into his residence and stolen several items including a handgun and assorted items of clothing and shoes. Also stolen was a large metal “Job Box” and two tracking collars for dogs from the victim’s vehicle. Physical evidence was collected at the scene and the incident is under investigation.

09/25 1905 Paris Police received a report of a burglary and theft in the 500 block of E. Sherman St. The victim was working on a residence there and had left some tools inside the residence. The victim was gone for approximately twenty four hours and when they returned the found that someone had entered the residence through a window and had taken a generator, a paint sprayer, a shop vacuum and copper wire. Evidence was collected and the investigation will continue.

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