A vehicle was reported stolen Thursday afternoon after a renter was nearly a month late returning the car to a rental business in Paris.
According to a report from Paris Police Patrolman Daniel Andres, he spoke to the owner of Enterprise Rent-A-Car on Mineral Wells Avenue, who said Darin Ralph Hadsock, 45, of Jacksonville, Fla. rented a black 2018 Toyota Corolla on Sept. 13.
He said the car was supposed to be returned on Sept. 15 and Hadsock had the rental billed to a company he worked for, Western Flyer Xpress.
He never returned the vehicle, and the owner said this is the second time Hadsock has not returned a vehicle on time.
A warrant has been filed on Hadsock.
In unrelated incidents:
• Paris resident Rodney Eugene Wilson, 24, recently named to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List, was arrested early Friday morning in Corinth, Miss., according to the TBI.
He was arrested with an “accessory,” Shelby Potts, according to WSMV-TV (Channel 4) News in Nashville and confirmed by the TBI.
Neither suspect had been extradited to the Henry County jail as of presstime Monday.
• A Paris woman was arrested on drug charges early Friday morning at her home.
Emily K. Broomfleet, 38, of 506 Brown Road, was arrested at 2:58 a.m. Friday by Henry County Sheriff’s Deputy William Whitaker for sale of a Schedule II controlled substance.
Broomfleet is scheduled to appear Oct. 22 in Henry County General Sessions Court. Her bond was set at $100,000.
• A Mansfield resident was arrested on several charges Thursday morning Gwen Street by a member of the Metro Crime Unit.
Charles E. Vandyke Jr., 46, of 3025 Vale Road in Mansfield, was arrested for possession of a Schedule II controlled substance with the intent to sell, manufacture or deliver; resisting arrest; and possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia.
He is scheduled to appear Oct. 22 in General Sessions Court. He was booked with a bond of $20,000.