Lamar County Sheriff Bookings

sheriffSavage, Sonya Tajuan, MTAG/Theft Property 20<500 By Check

Harris, Stefano Lavor, Driving While License Invalid; Theft Property>=$1500<$20 K

Harrington, Cody Joe, Unlawful Carrying Weapon; Poss Marij<2oz

Wren, Eric Blake, Poss Marij<2oz in Drug Free Zone

Stiles, Dedrick, DCC/Proh Substance in Correctional Facility – Alcohol/Drug/Phone/Tobacco

Haggerty, Allan Ray, BS/Burglary of a Building; BS/Theft Property>=$50<$500

Healey, Casey Daniel, Poss Marijuana <2oz

Smith, Corey T, CPF/Fail to Maintain Fin Resp.

Phillips, Jessica Cheyenne, MTR/MAN DEL CS PG 1 >=1G Drug Free Zone

Paris Police Arrests 4/14/14

paris police carAdams, Artiman Scott, 33, Possession of Drug

Haggerty, Allan Ray, 46, Bond Surrender Warrant (2 counts)

Harrington, Cody Joe, 28, Unl Carrying Weapon; Possession of Marijuana < 2oz

Healey, Casey Daniel, 23, Poss of Marijuana<2 oz

Miles, Isaiah, 30; Fail to Display Driver’s; Violate Promise To

Sanders, Roderick Kadell, 36, Unsafe Lane Change; Expired Motor Vehicle

Smith, Corey Tiajuan, 27, Fail to Maintain

Paris police investigate two weekend motor vehicle accidents

Paris police responded to two motor vehicle accidents Saturday night.

Police Department Fire Car_SliderAbout 10 p.m., officers observed a 2004 silver Dodge Durango that had left the roadway in the 6100 block of Farm Road 79 and crashed into a ditch.

Officers removed Noe Lorenzo Moreno, 35, of Grand Prairie from the driver’s seat of the vehicle and determined that he was intoxicated, police department spokesman Curtis Garrett said.

Officers also located a pistol inside the vehicle, Garrett said.

Moreno was jailed on charges of unlawfully carrying a weapon and driving while intoxicated with an open container.

About 10:40 p.m., officers responded to a motor vehicle accident in the 3800 block of North Main Street.

A south-bound 2005 Ford Freestyle lost control, left the roadway and struck a tree, Garrett said.

The 15-year-old male driver was air transported to a Plano hospital for treatment of his injuries.

The accident is under investigation, Garrett said.

By Charles Richards, eParisExtra


Paris man jailed for felony assault of a female family member

paris police carParis police officers responding Saturday night to a disturbance call in the 700 block of Southeast 13th Street arrested a 41-year-old man after observing him hitting a woman, police department spokesman Curtis Garrett said.

Wayne Lee Dunken was taken to the Lamar County Jail, where he was booked into jail on a charge of assaulting a family member.

Later, it was discovered that Dunken had two previous convictions for family assault, which resulted in the latest charge being enhanced to a felony, Garrett said.

Bond was set at $10,000.

By Charles Richards, eParisExtra

Drugs land Paris man in jail for third time in a month

A 27-year-old Paris man is in the Lamar County Jail for the third time in less than a month after Paris detectives raided his residence and found methamphetamine, along with digital scales and other drug paraphernalia.

Police Department Car_sliderBond was set at $10,000 for Nicholas Jordon Dawson on a charge of possession of a controlled substance (PG 1 (less than 1 gram) in a drug-free zone.

Paris Police Department spokesman Curtis Garrett said authorities also initiated proceedings to revoke probation for Dawson on charges of unauthorized use of a vehicle and theft of property.

Also arrested in the raid on Friday was Tabby Lea Shipper, 29, of the same address, when she was found to be in possession of prescription pills not prescribed for her. She posted $2,000 bond on a charge of possession of a dangerous drug and was released from jail Saturday afternoon.

Dawson was confined in the Lamar County Jaqil on March 10 on charges of possession of CS PG 1 < 1G ($7,500 bond); unlawfully carrying a weapon ($2,000 bond); failing to maintain financial responsibility; and possession of drug paraphernalia. He posted bond about three hours later and was released.

Dawson was jailed on March 26 on charges of possession of CS PG 1 < 1G ($3,500 bond); and two charges of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon ($10,000 bond on each charge). He was released on bond about 14 hours later.

By Charles Richards, eParisExtra