Jan. 2 -- At 8:38 p.m., police were called to Hillside Drive where a hit-and-run had occurred. Witnesses told police that they saw a 2003 Jeep Cherokee back into a Toyota 4-Runner, which was parked. Kevin Curtis told police the Toyota was owned by Elam Motors in Paris and that he was responsible for the vehicle. At 9:58 p.m., police observed the Jeep. Lacey Spears and Wesley Earlywine admitted that they had struck the Toyota while in a hurry to get to a family member who had been in an accident. They were on their way back to Hillside to report the incident.
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