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By: Anonymous

Local Law Enforcement Agencies have received numerous complaints throughout Lamar County in reference to vehicle burglaries that have occurred in private driveways. The unknown suspects are looking for vehicles that are unsecured (unlocked), once one is located the suspects will go through the vehicle in attempts to take anything of value including firearms, loose change and electronics. The thefts are being committed in the late night/early morning hours. Citizens are urged to be

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Police investigate after a man allegedly threatens three with a gun

Police investigate after a man allegedly threatened three people with a gun Wednesday. Around 10 p.m., Paris police officers were called to the 1900 block of Bonham Street for reports of a man who had threatened three people with a gun in the 1500 block of W. Austin Street. “It was reported that a known suspect had pointed a firearm at three individuals while threatening them,” said Paris Police Lt. John Berry. No arrests have yet been made and the investigation is

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Lamar County Sheriff Department inmate booking report || May 10, 2018

Date Range: Wednesday, May 9 – Thursday, May 10   HOWARD, KRISTI LYNETTE – MTAG/Evading arrest detention with vehicle; BS/Possession of controlled substance PG 1 <1G HOSTETLER, CHRISTINA RUTH – Possession of controlled substance PG 1 <1G MITCHELL, KRYSTAL HIGDON – Possession of controlled substance PG 1 <1G BROOKS, CHRIS DEWAYNE – Burglary of building; Unauthorized use of vehicle STANSELL, SABRA TYLER – No liability

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Two arrested for drugs after routine traffic stop

Two people have been arrested after officers found them to be in possession of multiple drugs during a traffic stop. The traffic stop occurred May 8 at 6:51 a.m. in the 2700 block of Hubbard Street, where officers made contact with Victor and Maranda McCulloch.  “The two were found to be in possession of synthetic marijuana (two baggies), marijuana, and a single Acetaminophen/Hydrocodone pill,” said Lieutenant John Berry of the Paris Police Department.  Victor was

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Lamar County Sheriff inmate booking report || May 9, 2018

Date Range: Tuesday, May 8 – Wednesday, May 9   SANTA CRUZ, NORMAN LETICIA – Speeding (Exceed prima facie limit) – 52 MPH/35 MPH PRUNTY, JASON DON – Evading arrest detention with vehicle DAVIDSON, THERESA MICHELLE – Possession of controlled substance  PG 1 >=1G<4G; Theft of property <$2,500 2/more previous conv; Possession of marijuana <2oz MCCULLOCH, MARANDA WYNETTE – Possession of controlled substance PG PG 2 >=

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Paris Police Department arrest report || May 9, 2018

Paris police arrested six people in the last 24 hour period ending at 6 a.m. today. Dawson, Tywan – Evading arrest detention with prior Gerald, Wes – Bail jumping and fail to appear Harrington, Cody Joe – Possession of controlled substance PG 1 >=1G<4G Mcculloch, Maranda Wynette – Possession of controlled substance PG PG 2 >= 4G<400G; Manufacturing/Delivery of controlled substance PG 2 OR 2-A; Possession of controlled

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Paris Police Department arrest report || May 8, 2018

Paris police arrested five people in the last 24 hour period ending at 6 a.m. today. Burns, John Charles – Fail to display driver’s license; Expired motor vehicle license; Fail to appear non-traffic Cooper, Gerald Lynn – Assault; Assault causes bodily injury; Assault Class A Davidson, Theresa Michelle – Possession of controlled substance PG 1 >=1G<4G; Theft of property <$2,500 2/more Prev; Possession of marijuana <2oz Prunty,Jason

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Lamar County Sheriff inmate booking report || May 8, 2018

Date Range: Monday, May 7 – Tuesday, May 8   HILLER, BISHOP EZEKIEL – MTAG/Possession of marijuana <2oz; MTR/Obstruct highway passageway BROWNER, TYROBIOA LEROY – JN/Manufacturing or delivery of a controlled substance PG 2 OR 2-A >=1G<4G, RO SKIPWORTH, JEREMY PAUL – CCC/Possession of marijuana <2oz THOMPSON, NATHAN KALEB – Bond surrender/Possession of controlled substance PG 1 <1G; Bond surrender/Theft of

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