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Upon arrival Officers were learned that an exterior door had been pried open and an interior office containing several cabinets had been rummaged through.
An employee of the business also advised that a Green 1997 one ton Dodge extended cab pickup had also been stolen from the property.
Upon further investigation officers found that the suspect(s) had also attempted to “hotwire” a box truck at the same location.
The stolen truck was entered into a national computer data base and other evidence is currently being analyzed.
42-year-old Kathleen Erskine, of Arthur City, was sentenced to five years in prison for the shooting death of her husband two years ago. In August of 2012 Erskine’s 41 year old husband was found shot inside his home.
Erskine, who was set to go to trial on Monday for murder, accepted a plea deal Wednesday and pled guilty to a lesser manslaughter charge.
Judge Will Baird handed down the 5-year prison sentence for manslaughter. Manslaughter is a second degree felony. In the state of Texas it is punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
Paris Police responded to a burglar alarm in the 1800 block of Airport Rd on July 9, 2014 and found Bryan Cody McComb, 35, of Paris, in the driveway.
Upon checking, Officers reported that McComb had previously been warned to stay away from the residence and was placed under arrest.
When checking the residence, it was found that McComb had allegedly removed the hinge pins from a door to gain access to the residence.
McComb was also charged with burglary of a residence.
Paris Police arrested three persons in the 1700 block of Cleveland St. at about 2:52 P.M. on July 9, 2014 for warrants charging them with keeping a gambling place.
Information was obtained in May of this year that the residence allegedly had 8-liner machines that were being used for gambling purposes.
Through an investigation, Officers obtained a search warrant and located 5 machines inside the residence.
Arrested on the warrants were Donna Sue Diaz, 57, Phyllis Ann Childers, 70, and Michael Francis Bolger, 57, all of Paris.
The investigation continues.
Paris Police Officers were patrolling in the 1200 block of E Tudor St at about 9:11 P.M. on July 8, 2014 when the officer heard a small engine in the area.
The officer then observed a small motorcycle eastbound with no head light ot tail light. As the officer attempted to stop the motorcycle, the driver attempted to elude the officer by accelerating.
The motorcycle turned north onto NE 14th St and wrecked out at the intersection of NE 14th St and Belmont.
The driver was identified as 29 year old Joe William Acevedo of Paris. Acevedo was arrested and charged with fleeing from a police officer, a misdemeanor. It was later found that Acevedo did not possess a motorcycle license and was in possession of marijuana.
Acevedo only sustained minor injuries when he wrecked the motorcycle.