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Joyce Gayle Gable, 38, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Failure to Display DL, Expired Motor Vehicle Registration
Otoya Jamar Milton, 24, Speeding
Tammy Thomas Rogers, 43, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Expired Motor Vehicle Registration, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)
Devonica Ivy Sugg, 19, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Failure to Display DL, Violate Promise to Appear
Wendy Marie Todd, 32, Theft of Property <$50 w/prev
Kathleen Agnes Walsh, 40, Public Intoxication
Barry Gene Lollar, 35, Public Intoxication
Chequita D. Simpson, 25, Prohibited Substances/Items in Correctional Facility, Public Intoxication
Jamey Glenn Slaton, 37, Possession of Controlled Substance PG 1 <1g Drug Free Zone, No Operator License
Officers responded to the 800 block of Graham St. where it was reported that 31 year old, Amber Kyle, of Paris, had made an unlawful entry into a residence and had assaulted the complainant. Kyle was arrested for Burglary of a Habitation and was placed in jail.
39 year old, Charles Thomas Howard, of Paris, was arrested at his residence on Tuesday. Officers responded to a family disturbance in the 1700 block of E Cherry Street,when during the investigation, it was found that Howard was a convicted felon and in possession of a firearm. He admitted to being the owner of the firearm and was placed in jail.
On November 27, 2012, eight persons were arrested by Paris Police. One person was arrested for Theft ,one for a felony Motion to Revoke Probation warrant, one for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon, one for Burglary of a Habitation, one for a Felony Assault Family Violence warrant, one for Public Intoxication and three for Class C Misdemeanor warrants.
Paris Police responded to 84 calls on Tuesday, November 27, 2012.
Eddie Randy Burns, 51, Public Intoxication
Gennifer Renee Chester, 44, Theft of Property <$1500 2/More
Roderick Dontay Dawson, 27, Assault Family Member w/ Prev, Failure to Display DL, Violate Promise to Appear
Charles Thomas Howard, 39, Unlawful Possession of Firearm by Felon
Amber Leann Kyle, 31, Burglary of Habitation
Shirley Jean Miller, 45, Failure to Display DL
Andre Manuel Moraga, 19, Theft of Property >=$50 <$500
In a recent press release sent out by the Drug Enforcement Administration, it has been made aware to the public that there have been reoccurring attempts by criminals posing as DEA or other law enforcement agents in attempts to collect fines from victims, under the pretense that they have broken the law.
“We have had no reports locally of this taking place,” stated Paris Police Chief, Bob Hundley.
Although no local reports have been made at this time, this does not mean that the public should not be on guard and warned of this commonly occurring situation.
The DEA Press Release is as follows:
The Drug Enforcement Administration continues to warn the public about criminals posing as DEA special agents or other law enforcement personnel. This criminal activity continues to occur, despite significant public attention to the illicit scheme. DEA offices nationwide regularly receive telephone calls from concerned citizens who are the victims of this extortion effort.
The criminals call the victims (who in most cases previously purchased drugs over the internet or by telephone) and identify themselves as DEA agents or law enforcement officials from other agencies. The impersonators inform their victims that purchasing drugs over the internet or by telephone is illegal, and that enforcement action will be taken against them unless they pay a fine. In most cases, the impersonators instruct their victims to pay the “fine” via wire transfer to a designated location, usually overseas. If victims refuse to send money, the impersonators often threaten to arrest them or search their property. Some victims who purchased their drugs using a credit card also reported fraudulent use of their credit cards.
Impersonating a federal agent is a violation of federal law. The public should be aware that no DEA agent will ever contact members of the public by telephone to demand money or any other form of payment.
The DEA reminds the public to use caution when purchasing controlled substance pharmaceuticals by telephone or through the internet. It is illegal to purchase controlled substance pharmaceuticals online or by telephone unless very stringent requirements are met. All pharmacies that dispense controlled substance pharmaceuticals by means of the internet must be registered with DEA. By ordering any pharmaceutical medications online or by telephone from unknown entities, members of the public risk receiving unsafe, counterfeit, and/or ineffective drugs from criminals who operate outside the law. In addition, personal and financial information could be compromised.
Anyone receiving a telephone call from a person purporting to be a DEA special agent or other law enforcement official seeking money should refuse the demand and report the threat.
Report Extortion Scam: 1-877-792-2873