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The Paris Police Department responded to 304 calls for service and arrested 15 persons over the past 72 hour period ending at midnight on July 27, 2014. Several reported crimes remain under investigation.
At about 10:35 A.M. on July 26, 2014, Paris Police responded to a report of a burglary of a business in the 1400 block of Clarksville St. It was reported that someone had entered the business through the back door and had taken numerous items including clothing, jewelry and the cash register. The incident is under investigation.
Also on Saturday, July 26th the Paris Police responded to a report of criminal mischief. Apparently, someone had shot an arrow into the roof of a house in the 1000 block of Cardinal Lane. The owner advised that the arrow appeared to have come from a westerly direction althought the arrow was sticking nearly straight up from the roof. The incident is under investigation.
On Friday, July 25th, at approx. 11:15pm Paris Police responded to a call of a property damage in the 2600 block of Lamar Ave. It was reported that a man inside his apartment picked up his pistol and it accidentally discharged. The bullet traveled through a wall into an adjoining apartment. The resident in the second apartment was not at home at the time of the incident. No injuries were reported and no charges are being sought at this time.
Paris Police were dispatched to an intoxicated driver call on NE Loop 286 on Sunday evening.
It was reported that the suspect vehicle had run an 18 wheeler off the road and into a ditch.
Officers located the described vehicle and observed that the vehicle was driving erratically.
29 year old Tina Chancellor of Paris was found to be intoxicated and arrested at about 7:24 P.M. on July 27, 2014 in the 5200 block of SE Loop 286.
Chancellor was later transferred to the Lamar County Jail.
Martin, Robert Eugene, BS/Criminal Trespass
Lee, Kaitlyn Breann, MTAG- Poss Marijuana <2oz
Weger, Raecheall Leann, MTR/Theft Property>=$50<$500; MTR/Theft Property<$50 w/ Prev conv
Wallace, Deondra Demond, MTAG/Assault Causes Bodily Injury Family
Strange, Henry Wayne, MTG/Interfer w/ Emergency Call
Brown, Ladarious, No Driver’s License (when unlicensed)
Woods, Kimberlin Deann, CCC/Theft Property>=$50<$500
Mounce, Krystle Gayle, MTR/Abandon Endanger Child Criminal Negligence
Bratcher, Tracy Hunter, CCC/Assault Causes Bodily Injury; CCC/Criminal Mischief $00<$1500
Kizer, Gary Wade, Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or more
Bailey, Seqouyah Trey, Criminal Trespass
Dawson, Joshua Stephen, Assault Causes Bodily Injury Family Violence
Waggoner, Benny Harold, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Sanchez-Lopez, Honorio, No Driver’s License (when unlicensed)
Johnson, Cornell, Injury Child/Elderly/Disabled; MTAG/Assault Causes Bodily Injury
Preston, Cam Aaron, POSS CS PG 1<1G; Unl Carrying Weapon
Williams, Johnny Ray, Display Expired License Plates; Expired Driver’s License
Sims, Donnealous Autuan, Speeding
Chancellor, Tina Louise, Driving While Intoxicated
McKnight, Tavita, Theft Property>=$50<$500
Collins, David, Accident Involving Damage to Vehicle
23 year old Cam Aaron Preston, of Paris, was arrested at about 3:39 A.M. on July 26, 2014 when he was observed in the immediate area of where Paris Police were dispatched to a possible burglary call that was in progress.
When officers attempted to talk with Preston, Preston ran from the officers. Officers caught up to Preston behind a residence and allegedly found Preston to be in possession of an illegal knife and drug paraphernalia.
Officers also reportedly found a small baggie of methamphetamine where Preston was detained.
Preston was charged with the possession of the narcotic, the illegal knife and the paraphernalia.
The single family dwelling was fully involved when fire units arrived on scene. During the incident fire units had to protect other homes in its close proximity do to the large amount of fire and embers. The structure was an abandoned house that neighbors had occasionally seen people going in and out of in the past.
When fire fighters arrived on scene they found that the fire had made its way into the attic and through the roof. Fire units were on scene for extinguishment and investigation of the fire for approximately five hours. Subsequently the entire home was damage by fire making the structure a total loss.
A firefighter received a minor injury to his hand during this firefighting operation.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.