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Christina Ruth Thompson, 34, Speeding (Exceeding Prima Facie Limit), Violate Promise to Appear (Uniform Act)
Benton Riley Parson, 23, Theft of Property <$1500 w/ 2 or More Previous Convictions
Jermaine Dale Franklin, 30, Unlawful Possession of Firearm by Felon
Jorge Adam Garcia, 24, Possession of Marijuana <2oz
Jerry Lynn Coleman, 36, Unlawful Possession of Firearm by Felon
Lisa Thomas Hill, 48, Possession of Controlled Substance PG 4 <28g, Affidavit of Surety
Rhoda Karen McDowell, 46, Driving w/ License Invalid
Kevin Ray Kenemore, 34, Unsafe Speed, Proof of Financial Responsibility, Failure to Identify – Fugitive from Justice
Around 10:30 this morning, an automobile crashed into the Peoples Bank branch at 2805 Lamar Avenue.
It has been reported that the driver of a vehicle was overcome by a seizure, running into a nearby automobile, which, as a result, was pushed into the building.
Injuries were immediately unknown, but medical assistance was on scene at the time of press.
Dawn Elizabeth Wagner, 46, Possession of Marijuana <=2oz
David Wayne Brockway, 49, Violation of Parole
Natasha Lynn Avera, 31, Parent Contributing to Nonattendance
Carlos Derik Williams, 43, Cruelty to Animals (Paragraphs 2,3,4,9,10)
Brenda Kaye Allen, 33, Disorderly Conduct
David Wayne Brockway, 49, Parole Violation Warrant
Charles Eugene Dalby, 60, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility
Tanisha Ynett King, 26, Unsafe Backing
Cody Tyrell Potter, 23, Assault
The Medical Examiner’s Office at American Forensics in Mesquite, Texas has issued its preliminary report on the death of Tramaine Jarrod Kellum, whose body was found last week beneath a bridge in southwestern Lamar County.
“Sheriff Investigators and Ranger McNeal continue to work with Paris detectives, as this investigation is continuing and on-going,” Cass said.
Investigators know that Kellum was last reported seen in Paris on Saturday, June 8, and could not be located on Sunday, June 9, by family members. On June 10, Kellum’s family members reported him as a missing person to the Paris Police Department.
Authorities are calling on the public for help and information, as investigators are still looking for Kellum’s vehicle: a silver 1995 Mercury Grand Marquis, bearing TX LP BX8-P511.
To help with identification, a Mercury vehicle of similar year, model and type is photographed below, but it is not the actual victim’s car. The victims car looks very similar to the car below, but with a solid black lower front bumper and 24-inch after-market chrome wheels.
Again, anyone with any information on this crime should contact the Sheriff’s Office, the Paris Police Department or Crime Stoppers at 903-785 TIPS.