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Rodney Dewayne Crippin, 36, Driving w/ License Invalid w/ Previous Conviction/Suspension w/o Fines Resolved, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility
John Mark Goss, 34, Driving While Intoxicated – 2nd
Justin Time Thomas, 24, Assault (Threat)
Trinity McGee, 21, Assault – Family/House Member – Impeding Breathing/Circulation
Timothy Shane Brisbois, 22, Terroistic Threat – Family/Household Member
Chase Kreais, 20, Assault Causing Bodily Injury – Family Member
Officials from several different agencies, including the Lamar County Sheriff’s Department, continue to search for a man that fled from DPS Troopers on Sunday morning after a routine traffic stop, according to Sheriff Scott Cass.
DPS officers pulled the vehicle over around 8 a.m. Sunday on highway 19/24 South near the community of Atlas. The driver repeatedly gave the officer false names, refusing to identify, and then fled on foot to the west.
Several agencies pursued the suspect in a manhunt that lasted all day Sunday, the sheriff said. The man was able to reach a residence on FM 1184 where he used the phone but made no contact with anyone. He then made it to a wooded creek area where he was last seen.
A DPS K9 unit located more than 5 pounds of marijuana in the vehicle, leading to the arrest of a female passenger.
“I just want to remind everyone to stay vigilant in locating this man,” Cass said. ”Anyone who runs is considered dangerous.”
The 5’10”-6’0” black male is bald headed and was last seen wearing khaki shorts, a yellow shirt and white tennis shoes.
“It appears that the man has no ties to the local community,” Cass said. “It is believed that they were traveling through to Houston.”
If you have seen anyone who matches this description or have any information involving this case, please contact the Lamar County Sheriff’s Department at 903.737.2400.
According to officials with the sheriff’s department, there were no new updates about the case on Tuesday, and the suspect is still at large.
By Josh Allen, eParis Extra
Wade Walter Bretz, 51, Public Intoxication
Chase Allen Kreais, 20, Assault Family Violence Class A
Cody Glenn James Limbock, 26, Assault
Brittany Rose Mcintire, 21, No Operator License, Expired Motor Vehicle Registration
Jorge Ortiz, 20, Seat Belt Violation, Violate Promise to Appear
Wendy Pollock, 44, Theft of Property >=$50 <$500
Tyrone Dewayne Alexander, 21, Violate Promise to Appear, Failure to Display DL
Shane Bryant Arnold, 40, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Failure to Display DL, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)
Michael Wayne Cahill, 44, Failure to Drive in a Single Lane, Violate Promise to Appear
Rebecca Dawn-Joy Carico, 31, Expired Motor Vehicle Registration
Lacheysa Sean Conley, 35, Failure to Yield Right of Way – Red Light
Betty Dillard Cooper, 58, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Failure to Display DL, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)
Clifton Ray Dillard, 66, Failure to Display DL, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)
Raymond Vance Fox, 27, Public Intoxication
Hettie Marie Gilbreath, 24, Possession of Dangerous Drug x 7, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Pierre Malin Jeffery, 28, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Failure to Display DL, Violate Promise to Appear
Sasha Dawn Martinez, 24, Violate Promise to Appear
Angie Berry Miranda, 36, Public Intoxication
Karl Edmond Mitchell, 46, Disorderly Conduct, Failure to Identify – Refused, Open Container
Jerkarvis Deangelo Moore, 22, Theft of Property >=$50 <$500
Shadrick Jerome Norman, 37, Assault Family Violence Class A, Assault Class A
Jonathan Edward Smallwood, 29, Robbery, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility, Failure to Display DL, Failure to Appear (Non-Traffic)
Robert Gene Walker, 38, Seat Belt Violation, Violate Promise to Appear
Gregory James White, 21, Robbery
Robert Wayne White, 22, Robbery
Michelle Denise Wise, 39, Parent Contributing to Minor
Christopher Dale Woodall, 31, Open Container, Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility
Paris fire and police departments are investigating a related series of burglary, arson and auto theft.
Police and firefighters responded to a structure fire at 1850 Pine Bluff St. at 1:57 a.m. Sunday. While they were working on that blaze, a second fire was found at 2429 Clarksville St. that involved a passenger van.
According to Fire Marshal Dale Maberry, both fires are believed to be related.
The passage van was stolen and appears to have been used to burglarize the building on Pine Bluff, which officials believe was set on fire intentionally. Maberry said it seems the van was taken to another location afterward and also set ablaze.
There were no injuries reported in either fire. The investigation of arson, burglary and auto theft continues at this time.