Over the extended weekend from Friday (Mar 30) through 6:00 am Monday (Apr 2), Paris Police arrested 18 and responded to 317 calls for service.
Christopher L. Brooks
Friday officers responded to an address on S. Main regarding a disturbance. They arrested Christopher L. Brooks, 45, of Paris charging him with a felony assault for allegedly strangling the victim during an altercation.
Saturday Paris Police responded to the Salvation Army Building at 333 Grand. The front door glass had been broken out. They cleared the building, and a representative said there was no money missing. Investigation continues.
Thomas Lee Spray
Sunday evening at 6:46 officers responded to a citizen complaint about reckless driving in the 3500-block of Lamar Ave. They found the vehicle described in a parking lot and arrested Thomas Lee Spray, 38, of Paris for felony DWI, third offense or more.
Saturday morning around 3:00 Paris Police responded to an assault in the 700-block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. A victim had several lacerations to his head and hands after a known suspect had entered their house and demanded their money before assaulting one of them with a pipe. Paramedics took the victim to Paris Regional Medical Center with no life-threatening injuries. The suspect fled the scene before officers arrived.
A victim reported that his driver’s door window of his vehicle had suddenly shattered around the 900-block of W Campbell St. at 8:09 pm Sunday. The victim left the area before calling police because he thought someone had shot the window.
Zamontra Quavon Morris
Paris Police arrested Zamontra Quavon Morris, 19, last Thursday morning in the 1300-block of Clarksville on an outstanding felony family assault warrant. Morris is in Lamar County Jail.
Officers arrested Broderick Devon Henderson, 33, of Paris, reportedly for driving drunk. Henderson had two outstanding felony criminal non-support warrants.
William Vaughdre Black
Paris Police arrested William Vaughdre Black, 32, of Paris after a traffic stop. Black had an outstanding felony criminal non-support