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Stout, Stoney Wade, Theft Cattle/Horse/Exotic Livestock<$100K
Ryan, Darian Renae, CCC/MTR/Poss of Marij<2oz
Roberts, Larry Steve, Violation of Parole
Dufton, Matthew, Allen, Poss Marij<2oz; Poss CS PG 3<28G Drug Free Zone
Rosson, Jeffrey Michael, Poss CS PG 1<1G Drug Free Zone
Posey, Matthew Shelton, Prohibited Substance/Item in Correctional Facility; Poss CS PG 2<28G Drug Free Zone; Poss Marijuana<2oz
Gillespie, Chyenne, CPF/Failure to Attend School (2 counts)
Rosson, Aaren Mychel, Poss Marij <2oz; Poss CS PG 2<28G Drug Free Zone
Dunken, Jeff Joe, Jr. Driving w/License Invalid with previous conv/surch/fines
Gillespie, Chyenne Lee, 18, Fail to Attend School (2 counts)
Preston, Kenneth Paul, 24, Driving w/License Invalid; Possession of Drug
Roberts, Larry Steven, 47, Parole Violation Warrant
Williams, Lindsey Arlene, 19, Possession of Drug
The City of Paris Police Department announced it is proud to support National Severe Weather Preparedness Week, March 2-8, 2014. Sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Severe Weather Preparedness Week is a nationwide effort designed to increase awareness of the severe weather that affects everyone and to encourage individuals, families businesses and communities to know their risk, take action, and be an example.
Paris Police Chief Bob Hundley remarked; “Our community has been struck several times by tornadoes and severe weather. We understand our residents’ concerns for adequate warnings and their personal safety. The city has invested in a revamping of our outdoor warning siren system, the CodeRED warning and information system, and the latest technologies in our Emergency Operations Center.”
Being prepared to act quickly could be a matter of survival. This is especially evident during the threat of severe weather. The deadliest and most destructive tornado of 2013, an EF-5 on May 20 in Moore, Oklahoma, and caused more than $2 billion in property damage. Even though severe weather was anticipated days in advance, many in the impacted areas said they did not have a plan and were caught unprepared.
While spring tends to produce more tornadoes, they’re not uncommon in fall. On Nov. 17, a late season tornado outbreak that struck seven Midwestern states became the most active tornado day of 2013 with a total of 74 tornadoes.
Knowing your risk of severe weather, taking action and being an example are just a few steps you can take to be better prepared to save your life and assist in saving the lives of others.
Know Your Risk: The first step to becoming weather-ready is to understand the type of hazardous weather that can affect where you live and work, and how the weather could impact you and your family. Check the weather forecast regularly, obtain a NOAA Weather Radio, and learn about Wireless Emergency Alerts. Severe weather comes in many forms and your shelter plan should include all types of local hazards.
Take Action: Before storms strike, develop a family communication plan, create or purchase an emergency supplies kit.
Be an Example: Share your preparedness story with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter. Letting others know that you’re prepared will prompt them to prepare as well. Studies show that many people use social media in the event of a disaster to let relatives and friends know they are safe. This is an important trend because people are most likely to take preparedness steps if they observe the preparations taken by others. Social media provides the perfect platform to model preparedness actions for others. The police department maintains a presence on Facebook where weather information is posted. Our CodeRED system will automatically begin calling our citizens when a severe weather warning is issued for the city or portions of the city. The department uses CodeRED capabilities with text messaging and e-mails to enhance the citizens awareness of approaching severe storms.
Chief Hundley stated: “Mother nature is in charge when severe weather strikes as we can do nothing to change the weather. What we can have an impact on is making sure our citizens know what’s coming and being prepared.”
Being weather ready is a collective effort. It takes the whole community to effectively prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate against damages caused by tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and other severe weather.
Here are some websites with further information:
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/fwd/ (Ft. Worth Office, NWS)
For Information or questions, please contact Chief Bob Hundley or Asst. Chief Randy Tuttle at 903-737-4100.
Dufton, Matthew Allan, 23, Possession of Marijuana <2 oz; Possession of Controlled Substance PG 3 <28G Drug Free Zone; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Hines, Lacey Lee, 27, Speeding; Violate Promise To Appear
Posey, Matthew Shelton, 24, Prohibited Substance/Item in Correctional Facility; Possession of Controlled Substance PG 3 <28g Drug Free Zone; Possession of Marijuana <2oz; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Rosson, Aaren Mychel, 22, Possession of Marijuana <2oz; Possession of Controlled Substance PG 3 <28G Drug Free Zone; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Rosson, Jeffrey Michael, 43, Poss CS PG 1<1g Drug Free Zone; Possession of Drug
Wilson, Deborah Kay, 57, Seat Belt Violation
Yesterday, the Paris Police executed a search warrant on a residence in the 1800 block of E Booth St. looking for stolen merchandise. Officers ended up arressting five individuals for drug possession.
Officers arrested Matthew Shelton Posey, 24, for possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone, possession of a controlled substance in a correctional facility and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Heather Caroline Bybee, 23, was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Aaron Mychel Rosson, 22, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jeffery Michael Rosson, 43, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Matthew Allan Dufton, 23, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone and possession of drug paraphernalia.
All were from Paris. The theft is under further investigation.