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Assault, probation revocation lead to arrests

Paris police on Thursday arrested two people in separate cases, including Ronald Lee Freeman of Paris on an assault charge.

Police said officers were called to the 200 block of Stone Avenue about a disturbance. After investigating, Freeman was taken into custody on a charge of assaulting a family member. He was taken to the Paris Police Department for booking.

Police also arrested Kendarrius White in the 4200 block of Bonham Street on Thursday. White was arrested on a motion to revoke probation, police said.

He was taken to the Lamar County Jail, where online records this morning show he remained without a set bond.

Police: Stolen car taken as abandoned car

Paris police were called to the 200 block of 7th Street NW, where a complainant said his car had been stolen.

Officers investigating learned the car had been picked up on 3rd Street SW as an abandoned vehicle.

The investigation is ongoing, police said.

South Main Street resident reports burglar

Police are investigating a complaint in the 600 block of South Main Street in Paris after a complainant said someone they knew entered their apartment and took a guitar and a weed eater.

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Police warn of another phone scam

The Reno Police Department took to social media Thursday to assure residents that calls from “U.S. Legal” were scams and not part of the Reno Police Department.

Police Chief Jeremy Massey said a resident reported a call from “U.S. Legal” stating there was a warrant for their arrest. The caller was given a reference number and the department’s non-emergency number as a confirmation.

“The Reno Police Department has no affiliation with U.S. Legal and does not operate in this manner,” Massey said. “This is a scam.”

He added the department also received reports of callers claiming to be with the IRS. That’s also a scam call, he said.

“It is never a good idea to give personal or financial information to anyone over the telephone. As always, feel free to contact the Reno Police Department if you have concerns over these types of calls,” Massey said.

The department is investigating.

CALLS FOR SERVICE: Paris police responded to 117 calls for service and made four arrests Thursday.

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