Paris police respond to 121 calls on Thursday, arrest 2

photo 1(1)Officers of the Paris Police Department responded in the 24 hours ending Friday morning to 121 calls for service, resulting in two arrests, Assistant Police Chief Randy Tuttle said.

Among the reports were 1 for assault, 1 for burglary, 1 for burglary of an auto, and one for a motor vehicle accident.

Both arrests were on traffic warrants, Tuttle said.

By Charles Richards, eParisExtra

 

 

Paris PD adult arrests made on Tuesday, March 11

Carol Jean Lane, 50, Possession of Controlled Substance PG 1 <1 g, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Police-DepartmentCasey Danielle Meeks, 27, Theft of Property >=$50 <$500

Richard Dee Perry, 42, Possession of Marijuana <2 oz

Krystal Ranea Raulston, 27, Speeding School Zone, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)

Paulina Rodriguez Roblebo, 38, Theft of Property >=$50 <$500

John Mark Semple, 31, Littering

Forgery investigation leads to two arrests

Police Department Car_sliderA forgery investigation that began on January 20, 2014, produced warrants for two suspects, according to Paris Police Chief Bob Hundley.

Brittany McIntire, 22, of Paris, was arrested at her residence on felony credit/debit card abuse. A second suspect, R.J. Diggs, 24, also of Paris, who fled when he saw officers looking for him, was also charged with the same charge.

After a foot pursuit with the suspect that ended in an arrest inside the suspect’s residence, Diggs was also charged with evading arrest.

Nine people were arrested in the 24 hours of March 10, while officers investigated 104 calls for service, Hundley said.

Paris PD adult arrests – Monday, March 10

Ronnie Charles Bean, 42, Public Intoxication

Police-DepartmentAshley Laquesh Black, 26, Failure to Identify – Fugitive Intent, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Running Stop Sign

R.J. Diggs, 24, Credit Card or Debit Card Abuse, Evading Arrest/Detention

Zukari Menyewn Franklin, 32, Failure to Identify – Fugitive Intent, Running Stop Sign, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Defective Headlamps, Theft Under $50

Samuel Chico Gonzales, 40, Assault Family Violence Class A

Tanya Rossess Lewis, 39, Failure to Identify – Fugitive Intent, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Failure to Display DL, Violate Promise to Appear, Motion to Revoke Probation

Brittany Rose McIntire, 22, Credit Card or Debit Card Abuse

John Robert Smith, 30, Driving w/ License Invalid

Justin Matthew Tidwell, 26, Driving w/ License Invalid, Expired Motor Vehicle Registration

Paris police answer 258 calls for service, arrest 25 over the weekend

The Paris Police Department reported answering 258 calls for service, while making 25 arrests on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 7-9, according to Paris Police Chief Bob Hundley.

Police Department Car_sliderOf the arrests made over the weekend:

  • Two arrests were made after officers responded to a minor accident at 3:40 a.m. Saturday morning. The driver of a vehicle, Vanessa Eberhardy, 39, of Idabel, was charged with Driving While Intoxicated and a passenger, Steven Parnell, 37, also of Idabel, with Public Intoxication, after a turn to Oklahoma was missed and the vehicle attempted to make a turn from the wrong lane and was struck by another vehicle.
  • Michael Johnson, 44, of Paris, was arrested on a warrant stemming from an investigation of cruelty to animals. Johnson was alleged to have failed to feed his animals for several weeks. The investigation started in June of 2013 when the emaciated animals were reported running at large.
  • Officers doing a security check at Lake Crook Friday evening found an individual in a parked car to be in possession of alleged methamphetamine. Arrested was Gregory Lawler, 29, of Paris.
  • Timmy D. Sims, 39, of Paris, was arrested on felony theft warrants from two incidents involving the theft of flat screen televisions from a local retail store. The first theft took place on February 14 and the second on February 20. Sims was arrested at the scene of a disturbance call when officers checked him for local warrants.