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“Calls for service hit an impressive low over the weekend with only 80 calls for service being answered by Paris police officers,” stated Police Chief Bob Hundley this morning. ”That low activity didn’t balance with arrests as 20 people were taken into custody over the weekend.”
Six of those people were arrested for municipal court warrants, four were arrested for public intoxication, one for DWI, one for mental evaluation, two on drug related charges, two on theft charges, one for a parole violation warrant, one for disorderly conduct, one for evading arrest, and one for robbery.
According to Chief Hundley, the robbery charge was a result of a suspect stealing over $250 worth of property and then striking an employee while trying to elude capture. Roger Lind, 22, of Paris, was charged with felony robbery.
Investigation into a robbery that took place near an ATM machine at a local bank is ongoing. The victim reported that she withdrew money at the ATM and pulled forward to allow another vehicle access to the machine. When doing so, she was approached by an unknown subject who took her money.
The robbery took place around 4:30 PM Saturday afternoon and was reported to officers at 11:39 PM. The suspect was described a black male dressed in black clothing, 6 foot and 185 pounds.
In another robbery over the weekend, according to police, a business was burglarized at 3850 Lamar. Unknown suspects forced their way into a rear door to gain entry into the business and removed cash from an office. Investigation is continuing.
David Joe Black, 46, Public Intoxication
Sharon Denise Campbell, 52, Failure to Appear (Bond), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Public Intoxication
Aaron Kyle Carcuffe, 26, Assault, Fail to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Expired Motor Vehicle Registration
Norma Council, 35, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility
Caressa Desiray Dawson, 22, Theft of Property >=$20 <$500, Seat Belt Violation, Seat Belt/Child Safety, Driving While License Invalid, Failure to Display DL, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)
Daniel Bryan Farrow, 23, Speeding
Billy Dewayne Foster, 21, Parole Violation Warrant
Jody Paul Haagensen, 33, Disorderly Conduct
Jacquelyn Kay Hill, 46, Public Intoxication
Roger Gaylen Lind, 22, Robbery
James Ray Morphew, 25, Driving w/ License Invalid, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Violate Promise to Appear, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)
Stephen Andrew Nicholson, 18, Possession of Marijuana <2OZ
Colbey Hunter Rhodes, 19, Theft of Property >=$20 <$500
Roscoe Renard Ryan, 37, Public Intoxication
Shannon Malissa Seat, 30, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Motor Vehicle Inspection, Failure to Display DL
Samuel Jerome Sneed, 28, Public Intoxication
William James Tillery, 39, Public Intoxication
Michael Scott Walker, 42, Evading Arrest/Detention with Vehicle
Abbie Michelle Whitaker, 25, Theft of Property >=$50 <$500
Kaimbri Blayne White, 21, Driving While Intoxicated
The Paris Police Department is asking for help in identifying three suspects involved in the armed robbery at the 9th Street Grocery on December 27.
The photographs below are in a low quality format taken from the video surveillance system at the store. Click the pictures to enlarge.
All three suspects were wearing facial coverings, jackets and gloves, but the police are hoping that someone can recognize the clothing and provide assistance in the identification.
If you have any information about the case or questions, please contact Detective Pedro Barrios at 903-737-4119.
Paris Police responded to an armed robbery call at 6:30 PM in the 600 block of NW 9th Street. Four suspects were involved, with three entering the business with bandanas on their faces.
One of the suspects was armed with a silver pistol and took money from the register. All four suspects left on foot westbound from the store. Investigation is continuing.
A call to an address in the 1100 block SE 3rd Street involving a man with a gun escalated into a high speed chase that ended on FM 1497, according to police.
Michael Scott Walker, 42, initially told dispatchers that he would shoot any police officer that came to his residence. Officers spotted the suspect vehicle and attempted to stop the driver. A short chase took place, and the car pulled over on Neagle St. for a brief moment, but then drove off again.
This portion of the chase was at low speeds, never reaching 50 mph. The pursuit took place around the southern part of Paris, with the suspect leaving the city heading out on FM 1497.
The suspect called 9-1-1 and told dispatchers he wanted to stop. After several calls between the suspect and dispatch, he finally pulled over and stopped. The suspect was taken into custody without incident. An unloaded .22 caliber rifle was found in the front seat of the vehicle. Walker was charged with felony evading arrest with a motor vehicle.
In the 24 hour period of December 27th, seven people were arrested while officers answered 83 calls for service. Two persons were arrested on public intoxication charges, two for municipal court warrants, one for assault involving family violence and criminal mischief, one for mental evaluation and one for felony theft.
Misty Juanett McFatridge, 44, Public Intoxication
Jeffery Dewayne Neal, 30, Assault, Criminal Mischief
Tyrone Demetry Reed, 39, Running Stop Sign, Failure to Display DL, Violate Promise to Appear
Carol Kay White, 69, Expired Motor Vehicle Registration
Richard Curtis Wideman, 30, Public Intoxication