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2019 Updated 10 hrs ago Police warn of rash of vehicle burglaries Paris police responded to several

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Police Briefs: Police warn of rash of vehicle burglaries

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May 14, 2019 Updated 10 hrs ago

Felecia Lane

Police warn of rash of vehicle burglaries

Paris police responded to several burglaries of motor vehicles Monday.

Of the reports made, one complainant said an unknown suspect forced the passenger window down to unlock the door.

Most of the burglaries were crimes of opportunity in which the doors were not locked. Things stolen included a purse, an X-Box One game console and an Apple iWatch.

Paris police encourage residents to be diligent in making sure vehicles are locked before the drivers walk away from them. Also make sure all valuables are hidden and cannot be seen through the windows. Park vehicles in secure areas that are well lit and check the back seats for children, officers said.

Woman arrested on warrants out of Rockwall County

A Dodge Charger was stopped in the 2000 block of Lamar Ave at 9:50 p.m. Monday for not having on the headlights. The driver, Felecia Lavanda Lane, 41, was found to have three outstanding warrants out of Rockwall County.

The warrants charged her with theft of property of less than $2,500 with 2 or more previous convictions, possession of or distribution of an instrument to commit retail theft and fleeing from a police officer.

Lane was taken to the Lamar County Jail.

Calls for Service: Paris police responded to 85 calls for service and arrested four people Monday.

Note: There were 229 calls for service over this past weekend ending at midnight on May 12.

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