Current Unsolved Crimes

Burglary

3-7-2016

Lamar County Crime Stoppers  need your help in solving two recent burglaries at Immanuel Baptist Church. The first burglary was reported on February 24, 2016 where several large flatscreen televisions were taken. The second burglary was reported on March 1, 2016 and another large flatscreen television was stolen. The televisions were valued at nearly $2,500.

If your information leads to the arrest/or indictment of the person or persons responsible you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$.

Persons with information this crime, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)
2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com
3. www.p3tips.com
4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

Theft

February 12, 2016

2-12-2016

Paris Police need your help in identifying the person in this photograph. This person is a suspect in a theft in the 3800 block of Lamar Ave. Paris Police responded to a shoplifter at 8:34 P.M. on February 10, 2016. It was reported that this person was observed by store personnel pushing a shopping cart through the store with numerous electronic items in it. The suspect was observed exiting the store without paying for the items. When the suspect was detained outside the store and asked about the stolen items, the suspect ran away pushing the shopping cart. The employee stated that when he attempted to catch up with the suspect, the suspect turned around and appeared to have pulled something out from underneath his clothing and pointed it at him. The employee said that he could not tell what it was but assumed that it may have been a gun. The suspect then entered a gold passenger car that was driven by another person and left the scene. The electronics were recovered and the value was totaled to be over $900.00. If you have any information as to who the suspect is this case contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers at 903-785-TIPS(8477).

If your information leads to their arrest/or indictment you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$.

Persons with information who shot these vehicles, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)
2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com
3. www.p3tips.com
4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

Residential Burglaries

January 28, 2016

Paris Police have responded to 40 burglaries since January 1st where the suspect(s) are kicking in the doors of residences and then rummaging through all the drawers and closets. The victims are advising that these burglaries are usually occurring during the daytime hours. Normally only cash has been reported as taken. The latest reported burglary was reported at 7:12 P.M. on January 27, 2016, in the 1100 block of Pine Bluff St. Again the drawers and closets were rummaged through but reported as stolen were two pistols.
Persons with information about this theft, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.
1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)
2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com
3. www.p3tips.com
4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.
Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

 Vehicles Shot

January 19, 2015

5 vehicle were reported damaged sometime during the night or early morning hours of January 18, 2016 in the NE part of Paris. All five reports state that it appeared that someone had shot the vehicles with a BB gun. All five vehicles had window damage and one had body damage. The vehicles were parked either in a driveway or along the edge of the street. The neighborhoods that the vehicles were damaged in were in the NE part of town. No suspect(s) are known at this time.  If you have any information as to who the suspect(s) are in this case contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers at 903-785-TIPS(8477).

If your information leads to their arrest/or indictment you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$.

Persons with information who shot these vehicles, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)
2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com
3. www.p3tips.com
4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

Providence Ranch Burglary

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January 14, 2016

Two businesses in the 100 block of Lamar Ave were reported burglarized on January 13, 2016. The owners of Providence Ranch and Creative Candies both found that someone had broken into the businesses and had money removed from the safes. The owners advised that the combined stolen money was estimated to be approximately $1,000. It was found that the front door had been pried open to Providence Ranch and the two businesses are connected from the inside. The owner of Creative Candies advised that the front door was found unlocked when they arrived for work at 5:00 A.M. Fingerprints were found at the scenes and the investigation continues. If you have any information as to who the suspect(s) are in this case contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers at 903-785-TIPS(8477).

If your information leads to their arrest/or indictment you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$.

Persons with information who committed this burglary, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)
2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com
3. www.p3tips.com
4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

David Cade Kenemore is wanted by Paris Police

1-15-2015  Wanted as of 1-15-2016

 

Paris Police are searching for David Cade Kenemore. He has three outstanding felony warrants for his arrest.  If you have any information as to where David Cade Kenemore can be located, contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers at 903-785-TIPS(8477).

If your information leads to his arrest  you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$.

Persons with information who fired this burglary, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)
2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com
3. www.p3tips.com
4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

Creative Candies  & Providence Ranch Burglary

January 14, 2016

Two businesses in the 100 block of Lamar Ave were reported burglarized on January 13, 2016. The owners of Providence Ranch and Creative Candies both found that someone had broken into the businesses and had money removed from the safes. The owners advised that the combined stolen money was estimated to be approximately $1,000. It was found that the front door had been pried open to Providence Ranch and the two businesses are connected from the inside. The owner of Creative Candies advised that the front door was found unlocked when they arrived for work at 5:00 A.M. Fingerprints were found at the scenes and the investigation continues. If you have any information as to who the suspect(s) are in this case contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers at 903-785-TIPS(8477).

If your information leads to their arrest/or indictment you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$.

Persons with information who fired this burglary, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)
2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com
3. www.p3tips.com
4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

Dollar Tree Burglary

January 12, 2016

Paris Police responded to a burglary of a business at 3850 Lamar Ave. at 7:54 A.M. on January 11, 2016. The manager of the Dollar Tree arrived at work and found that someone had broken into the safe that was located in the office. Officers discovered that the suspect(s) had pried open the back door to gain entry into the building. Once inside, the suspect(s) used hand tools to pry open the safe. The manager advised that approximately $1,000 was taken from the safe. If you have any information as to who the suspect(s) are in this case contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers at 903-785-TIPS(8477).

If your information leads to their arrest/or indictment you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$.

Persons with information who fired these shots, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)
2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com
3. www.p3tips.com
4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

SHOTS FIRED

January 11, 2016

Paris Police responded to a shots fired call at 10:47 A.M. on January 10, 2016, in the 500 block of NW 9th St. Officers were advised that a light blue, 90’s model Toyota Corolla was seen leaving the area. During the investigation, Officers located a maroon colored Tahoe that had three bullet holes in it. The Bullets had shattered two windows of the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle advised that he did not know why someone would be shooting at his vehicle.If you know the identity of the person or persons who shot this vehicle, contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers.

If your information leads to their arrest/or indictment you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$.

Persons with information who fired these shots, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)
2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com
3. www.p3tips.com
4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

Robbery

January 8, 2016 

Paris Police responded to a robbery at 663 Bonham St at 8:23 P.M. on January 7, 2016. It was reported that two male subjects entered the store and walked to the cooler that displayed the beer. One male subject, that was reported to be dressed like a female, was carrying a back-pack. The suspect was observed placing several cans or bottles of beer into the back-pack and attempting to leave the store. As the owner of the store attempted to detain the suspect, the suspect pushed the owner and fled. The owner pursued and grabbed the strap of the back-pack and received some small lacerations to his hand before he let go and the suspect fled the scene.

If you know the identity of the person or persons responsible for this robbery,  contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers. If your information leads to their arrest/or indictment you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$. 

Persons with information about this, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)

2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com

3. www.p3tips.com

4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may  be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

 

Trail Graffiti

January 7, 2015

Paris Police responded to the Trail de Paris at 9:51 A.M. on January 6, 2016 in reference to a criminal mischief. It was reported and observed that an unknown suspect(s) had spray painted graffiti on the bridge and signs just north of the Civic Center on the trail. The paint was gray in color and consisted of crude drawings and words.

If you know the identity of the person or persons responsible  contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers. If your information leads to their arrest/or indictment you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$. 

Persons with information about this, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)

2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com

3. www.p3tips.com

4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may  be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

 

January 1-4, 2016

                                       Vehicle Burglary

4 vehicles were damaged and burglarized sometime around midnight on January 1, 2016. The victims advised police that as they were leaving an establishment in the 10 block of E Hearne St., they found that someone had broken windows out of their vehicles and the vehicles had been rummaged through. One victim advised that her purse and wallet was missing. One victim advised officers that they had apparently left their vehicle unlocked and a tool box containing fiberoptic tools had been taken.

                                      Rape

A 30 year old Paris woman reported that she had been raped in the 200 block of NE 1st St on January 1, 2016. At 6:08 P.M., Paris Police responded to Paris Regional Medical Center where the victim stated that she was walking to a convenience store when two black males pushed her down in the open field. The victim stated that one male held her hands above her head while the second male raped her. Due to the lighting at the scene, the victim was only able to give a limited description of the suspects.

                                    Burglary of Business

At 2:29 A.M. on January 4, 2015, Paris Police responded to a burglary of a business at 425 N Collegiate Dr. Officers made contact with the owner who advised that he received a call from his alarm company advising that they had received an activation of an open door. The owner advised officers that when he arrived, he found the lock to the back gate to be cut and the back door to the business to be kicked in. Officers searched the premises but did not locate the suspect(s). The owner stated that the only thing that he could find missing was some rolled coins from the safe that had been left open.

                                   Attempted Theft

Paris Police Officers responded to an alarm in the 1500 block of Clarksville St. at 4:25 A.M. on January 4, 2016. Officers found that someone had entered the business through the drive-thru window that had been pried open. The suspect(s) moved the safe from the back office to the area of the window but was unable to remove it from the building.

                                 Theft of Safe

At 4:49 A.M. on January 4, 2016, Officers found that the drive thru window at Golden Chick was open. The investigation led officers to believe that a small safe was missing from the office. A representative confirmed that the safe was missing and that it contained approximately $900.00 in cash. Nothing else could be found missing.

If you know the identity of the person or persons responsible any of the above criminal acts contact Lamar County Crime Stoppers. If your information leads to their arrest/or indictment you become eligible for a CASH reward up to $1,000 and you may remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays with CASH $$$$$$. 

Persons with information about this, or any other unsolved crime can contact Crime Stoppers 4 different ways, 24 hours a day- 7 days a week.

1. (903)785-TIPS (8477)

2. www.lamarcountycrimestoppers.com

3. www.p3tips.com

4. Smart phone – Download our mobile app, P3 Tips. Available for I-Phone or Android.

Lamar County Crime Stoppers will not pay rewards for information provided through any source other than calls to its program. Calls may  be made to Lamar County Crime Stoppers by any methods mentioned above.

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