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Antonio Daquan Epperson, 22, Violation of Parole
Randel Wade Payne, Jr., 32, Driving w/ License Invalid w/ Previous Conviction/Suspension w/o Fines Resolved
Christopher Paul Walker, 24, Theft of Property >=$500 <$1500, Burglary of Habitation, Possession of Controlled Substance PG 1 <1 g
Jaquan Javar Washington, 21, Credit Card or Debit Card Abuse
Teresa Michelle Daniels, 40, Assault Causing Bodily Injury – Family Member
Sabra Stansell Tyler, 45, CCC/Theft of Property >=$50 <$500
Marcus John McCann, 32, No Driver’s License (When Unlicensed)
Teresa Michelle Daniels, 40, Assault Causing Bodily Injury-Family Violence
Ivan Lee Ebbs, 31, Public Intoxication, Resisting Arrest/Search/Transport
Eulogeio Hernandez Garcia, 42, Failure to Display Driver’s License
Tammie Lorence Grissom, 30, Theft of Property >=$50<$500
Deanie Kay Yarbrough, 36, Assault Causing Bodily Injury-Family Violence, Disorderly Conduct/Language
At about 11:49 P. M. on October 26, 2013, Paris Police responded to a report of an accident in about the 500 block of NW Loop 286. Paris Police spoke with a victim who was driving one of the vehicles involved in the accident. The victim stated that he observed two vehicles approaching from the rear at a very high rate of speed that appeared to be racing. The victim’s vehicle was struck by one of the vehicles as they attempted to pass the victim. The driver of the second vehicle fled the scene on foot. Officers investigating the incident were later approached by the second vehicle involved in the racing. Through the investigation, the drivers of the vehicles were identified. The driver of the vehicle involved in the accident, 18 year old Nathaniel Rosson of Paris, was later arrested on an outstanding Municipal Court warrant. The incident of the racing is under investigation.
Over the past 72 hours, Paris Police arrested 14 persons, while responding to 270 calls for service. All but 2 of the arrested persons were arrested on class c misdemeanor charges. The two were charged with theft over $50 when they were observed shoplifting.
Jose Guadalupe Zermeno, 35, Capias Order Resetting Bong/Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More
Roy Keith Spears, 47, DCC/Aggravated Assault w/ Deadly Weapon
Jeffery Scott Pinkston, 29, Criminal Mischief >=$50 <$500
Quentin Lajuan King, 44, Possession of Marijuana <2 oz, No Driver’s License (When Unlicensed)
Christopher Collin Layton, 18, DCC/Burglary of Habitation
William Robert Wright, 54, Driving w/ License Invalid w/ Previous/Conviction Suspension w/o Fines Resolved
Jesse Swindle, 44, Possession of Dangerous Drug, Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More
Kote Foster Terry, 21, Driving w/ License Invalid, Violate Promise to Appear (Uniform Act)
Charles Edward Armstrong, Jr., 40, Assault Causing Bodily Injury – Family Violence
Jeremy Wade Pruitt, 19, Theft of Property >=$50 <$500
Joshua Wade Pruitt, 19, Theft of Property >=$50 <$500
Jason Quint Jenkins, 35, Criminal Trespassing – Habitat/Superfund/Infrastructure
Michael Cody Booker, 19, Possession of Marijuana <2 oz, Minor in Possession of Alcohol
Isaak Thiessen Knelsen, 20, No Driver’s License (When Unlicensed)
Channon Scott Farmer, 24, No Valid Inspection Certificate, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility
The driver told officers he observed two vehicles approaching from the rear at a very high rate of speed that appeared to be racing.
He said his vehicle was struck from behind by one of the vehicles as they attempted to pass.
The driver of one of the vehicles fled from the scene on foot, police department spokesman Curtis Garrett reported.
Through the investigation, the identification of both drivers was established, Garrett said.
Later in the investigation, one of the drivers, Nathaniel Rosson, 18, of Paris was arrested on an outstanding municipal court warrant. The incident remains under investigation.
Over the 72-hour weekend, Paris police responded to 270 calls for service, resulting in 14 arrests, all but two of them on Class C misdemeanor charges.
The two other charges were for theft of more than $50 after they were observed shoplifting, Garrett said.
By Charles Richards, eParisExtra