June 26 Kayla Love, Paris, reported that her purse was stolen from her friends car while it was parked on Pike Street. The purse, which was a Coach brand, contained a new Nikon camera and some case.
June 26 At 6:32 p.m., Kenny Knipper called to report that someone had planted two marijuana plants behind his storage building. Police seized the plants.
June 27 At 5:14 p.m., Robert Hudgins, Creekview, reported that while he was at work, someone entered his home and took $2,000 in change that was in a glass milk jar.
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