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Paris Police Report For Monday July 10

Quadrea Dillard

Last Friday afternoon at 2:41, Paris Officers responded to the probation office in regards to a warrant arrest. Officers arrested Quadrea Dillard, 24, who had two outstanding warrants out of Lamar County. One was for aggravated assault and the other a misdemeanor warrant.

Cody Roberts

Saturday morning before 9:30 officers responded to a motor vehicle accident in on West Plaza. Reportedly Cody Roberts, 23, was operating a red Jeep at a high rate of speed and had intentionally disregarded multiple red lights. Roberts’ vehicle struck a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado occupied by one male and three females. They all received non-incapacitating injuries and paramedics transported them to the local hospital. Police arrested Roberts for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Latease Ross

Saturday evening around 11:30 Paris Police arrested Latease Ross, 38, after a result of a traffic stop in the 3300 block of Lamar Ave. Ross had an outstanding warrant out of Lamar County for burglary of a building.

Sunday morning before 5:00 officers responded to a burglar alarm in the 3900 block of FM 195. An unknown suspect had forced entry into the building and took numerous cartons of cigarettes and some cash. The investigation is ongoing.

Around 10:00 am officers responded to the 1400 block of Neathery in regards to a burglary of a residence. An unknown suspect forced entry into the house and took multiple items of furniture while the tenant was away. The investigation is ongoing.

Police worked another burglary of a residence thirty minutes later in the 500 block of NW 13th. An unknown suspect had entered the house and took a television while the tenant was away. The investigation is ongoing.

Sunday afternoon officers responded to the 400 block of N Main in regards to a burglary. An unknown suspect had forced entry into the building and took the keys to several vehicles. The investigation is ongoing.

Paris Police responded to 281 calls for service and arrested 17 people over the three-day weekend ending at 6:00 am Monday (Jul 10).