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Twenty one year old, Cade Rylan Armstrong of Brookston, turned himself in to the Paris Police Department today on a Criminal Mischief warrant that was issued for his association in the July 12, 2012 incident involving the destruction of a mailbox in Morningside with an improvised fireworks device, according to Paris Police Public Information officer, Curtis Garrett.
On July 12, police responded to a ‘shots fired’ call in the Morningside housing neighborhood — although officers soon discovered that it was not gunshots that the complainant heard, but a ‘homemade’ bomb that exploded in a mailbox. This bomb was improvised from fireworks.
Cade Armstrong was a passenger in the suspected vehicle that fled from police after the incident. The police chased the suspects’ car down to NW 19th Street, where the car stopped and the driver arrested.
Armstong was released after the chase. Upon further investigation, police issued the Criminal Mischeif warrant for his involvement and using fireworks to damage a mailbox, according to Officer Garrett.
This is the second arrest that has been made involving the July 12, 2012 incident in Morningside.
Article by Josh Allen/Managing Editor – eParis Extra!