Officers with the Paris Police Department, the 15th Judicial District Drug Task Force and the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms arrested a Paris man last week after a search of his home yielded suspected drug paraphernalia and a small amount of suspected methamphetamines.
Todd Brown, Jr., a resident of North Roseville Street, was taken to the Logan County Detention Center in Paris following his arrest last Wednesday afternoon. He is now free on bond. Charges are pending, according to Joe Patterson, an officer with the Drug Task Force.
The Paris Police Department sought and was granted a warrant to search Brown’s residence while investigating several burglaries, according to PPD Chief John O’Brien.
Two men arrested
The Paris Police Department arrested two Paris men last week in connection with the mid-October burglary of a Paris woman’s home.
Dustin M. Mayer, 29, and Toby Woods, 33, both of Paris, were arrested and charged with residential burglary and theft of property. The two men are charged with entering a West Walnut Street residence in Paris on Oct. 12 and taking some food items, according to PPD incident reports.
The Paris woman got a call while she was at work and was told that two men were inside her house, according to PPD incident reports. When the woman returned home, she found her back door open and discovered some food items missing. She told police that Mayer had been living in the residence and recently left.
The two men are now free on bond.
Paris woman arrested
A 28-year-old Paris woman has been arrested and charged with residential burglary, breaking or entering and theft of property in connection with an Oct. 27 burglary in Paris.
Bridney Damara Morphis aka Fondren, 28, was arrested and jailed at the Logan County Detention Center last week.
The woman is accused of breaking into a Church Street residence in Paris and reportedly took items from the home valued at between $1,000 and $5,000, according to PPD reports.
All three charges are felonies. The woman is now free on bond.