Ten thousand dollars in cash was reported stolen Sunday night from a home on Highway 54 west of Paris.
According to a report by Sgt. Blake Jenkins of the Henry County Sheriff’s Department, the owner told deputies that the money was stolen from an envelope in a coat pocket in his home.
In unrelated incidents:
• Tires and other items were reported stolen from a North Poplar Street home on Saturday.
According to the report by Paris Police Department Patrolman Brandon Steele, the owner said a push lawn mower, some wheels and tires, and a red gas can were stolen from his home.
Steele said the owner told him the mower and gas can were there before he left for work and gone when he returned. He said the last time he saw the wheels and tires was July 9.
The wheels fit a Mitsubishi Eclipse of an unknown year and are valued at $1,200. The push mower is black and valued at $200 and the red gas can is valued at $15.
• A wallet containing $571 in cash and two credit cards was reported stolen Friday on East Wood Street.
According to a report by PPD Patrolman Zachariah Carper, the owner discovered his wallet was missing from his vehicle after giving someone a ride.
• A burglary was reported Friday on Green Acres Drive.
According to a report by PPD Capt. John Brewer, he responded to a call at 11:05 a.m. and spoke to a neighbor of the residence.
The neighbor said he had found a window vandalized and opened and that he contacted the owner to let her know.
Brewer said the front door was unlocked and he cleared the residence with Lt. Tony Elkins. He said he found many broken items but is waiting for a detailed listing of repair costs and missing items from the owner. The residence was placed on extra patrol.