Paris PD adult arrests made on Tuesday, Sept. 17

Roshonda Deshay King, 36, False Report to Police

Police-DepartmentPaula Kay Larkin, 42, Public Intoxication

Jordon L. Love, 20, Possession of Marijuana <=2oz Drug Free Zone, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Randall Travis McFatridge, 24, Indecency w/ a Child

James Alexander Meijia, 20, Possession <=2oz Drug Free Zone, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Ronald Lee Twitty, 47, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic), Failure to Display DL

Lamar County Sheriff’s Department arrests, bookings Sept. 16-17

Kote Foster Terry, 21, Driving w/ License Invalid w/ Previous Conviction/Suspension w/o Fines Resolved

sheriffThomas Joe Ashford, 66, Assault Causing Bodily Injury – Family Member

Vickie Jean Swann, 48, Littering/Dumping

Elizabeth Anne Williams, 31, Abandon/Endanger Child w/ Intent to Return, Violation of Parole

Tamika Leyan Mitchell, 37, Theft of Property <$1500 2/More Previous Convictions

Morris Dominguez, 44, Assault Causing Bodily Injury – Family Member w/ Previous Conviction(s)

Lashunia Davette Hunter, 34, Failure to Identify – Fugitive Intentionally Giving False Information, Failure to Appear

William Christopher Glass, 19, Criminal Trespassing

Kenneth Wayne Roeder, 57, Theft of Property >=$1500 <$20K

Jason Cornelison, 40, Assault Causing Bodily Injury – Family Member

Paris PD adult arrests Sept. 13-16

Jason Daniel Cornelison, 40, Assault Causing Bodily Injury

William Christopher Glass, 19, Criminal Trespassing

Police-DepartmentDavid Walker Cunningham, 59, Disorderly Conduct, Failure to Signal/Turn

Stephen Ray Dawson, 54, Assault

Dee Ann Green, 42, Driving w/ License Invalid, Expired Motor Vehicle Registration

Alisha Gaye Guenther, 33, Burglary of Habitation

Perry Wayne Hanley, 54, Public Intoxication

Gary Lynn Humphrey, 46, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility

Octavias Omaharr Jeffery, 23, Parole Violation Warrant

Dale Jesse Lee, 30, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility

Leshun Cantrell Patterson, 26, Open Container, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)

Tanisha Laquate Patterson, 30, Theft of Property >=$1500 <$20K, Failure to Identify Fugitive

Lillie Loraine Rios, 24, Theft Under $50

Shetta Danisha Scott, 24, Assault Class A

Ashley Latish Spencer, 29, Motion to Revoke Probation

Jarrick Dalton Watkins, 18, Criminal Trespassing

Dexter Lamar Williams, 44, Assault

Elizabeth Anne Williams, 31, Abandon/Endanger Child

Jonathan James Willis, 24, Failure to Display DL, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)

Update: Sunday shooting victim remains in hospital; investigation continues

Paris police and emergency medical services personnel responded to the Spanish Oaks Apartment Complex, located at 3125 Clarksville St., on Sunday evening to find a 29-year-old man who had been shot in the face area.

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A care-flight helicopter — which had to land in the parking lot on the other side of Clarksville Street — flew Jajuan Rosheen Minter to a Dallas-area hospital to evaluate and treat his injuries.

“Paris Police are still investigating this shooting that was reported at about 7:18 p.m. on Sunday,” Paris Police department spokesman Curtis Garrett said.

According to a resident at Spanish Oaks, the man was shot on the eastern side of the apartment complex.

Authorities initially reported that despite receiving multiple gunshot wounds, Minter was released from the hospital after receiving treatment.

Tuesday afternoon, Garrett said a hospital spokeswoman told him the earlier report was incorrect. Minter was moved to another Dallas-area hospital to receive further advanced treatment, the hospital spokeswoman said.

Alert and conscious, the victim advised officers that he did not know who had shot him, Garrett said.

With little details from the victim about the shooter, Paris police continue to investigate this shooting and encourage anyone that has any information regarding this case to call the Paris police department at 903.784.6688.

By Josh Allen and Charles Richards, eParisExtra

Crime Stoppers offers reward on Sept. 2 aggravated robbery in Paris

crimestoppers logoLamar County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 related to an aggravated robbery that occurred about 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 2.

“An unknown black male wearing a burgundy hoodie, blue pants, with a light blue bandana covering his face struck the victim in the head with what appeared to be a gun,” police department spokesman Curtis Garrett said.

The assailant demanded property and fought for several minutes before the victim’s wife appeared from the residence, Garrett said.

“The suspect was last seen running east from the scene,” he added.

Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect on this or any other felony is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers.

“You could be eligible for a cash reward, and you will remain anonymous,” Garrett said.

There are four different ways to report information on felonies to Crime Stoppers, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and remain anonymous:

  • By phoning 903.785.TIPS (903.785.8477)
  • By logging onto www.785-tips-com and submitting the tip. That site also has information on other featured crimes.
  • By sending a text message to “crimes” (274637) and adding “tip120” at the front of the message.
  • By downloading and using the new mobile app called TipSubmit; visit the website for information.