On May 30, Paris police arrested two people in connection with the burglary of a residence on Fifth Street in Paris. Police believe the two made off with an estimated $76,200 worth of items from the home.
Arrested were Reshayna L. Corley, 29, of Hackett, and David Mose Corley, 29, of Paris. The pair are being held in the Logan County Detention Center in Paris on a $75,000 bond each and police expect to charge them with residential burglary.
Paris Police Chief John O’Brien said last week that some of the items reported stolen have been recovered.
“We found some of the items after they had been thrown into Short Mountain Creek in the Johnson Road area,” O’Brien said. “There were some people swimming in the creek afterward and if they got something out of the creek they need to come see us or call us before we come see them.”
Items reported stolen include a pistol, a white gold diamond ring with a large diamond in the center surrounded by smaller diamonds, a two-inch cross with a large diamond in the center surrounded by smaller diamonds, jewelry boxes with an unknown amount of jewelry inside, a flat screen TV, a DVD player, a small table with a marble top, a VCR, and a hand-carved walking stick.
Some of the items were recovered at a Paris residence listed as the home address of David Mose Corley, according to incident reports.
Paris police were notified of the burglary on Thursday, May 25 by the homeowner’s house keeper, according to incident reports. According to witness statements, the homeowner was hospitalized at the time.