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Paris Police Report For Monday (Jun 11)


Paris Police responded to an assault in the 800-block of Deshong Dr. at 9:32 am Friday. Reportedly a patient in the ICU had pulled out her shunt and had sprayed several nurses with the blood. The patient then pulled out her IV and stabbed a nurse with the needle. Arrested was Tammy Renee Finley, 42, of Paris. She was placed in the Lamar County Jail and charged with assault on a public servant.

Paris Police responded to an alarm at a business in the 1100-block of N. Main Saturday morning and found that someone had thrown a rock through the back door glass and had entered the building. The owner reported nothing missing at the time of the report.

Darren Edward Langford

Officers arrested Darren Edward Langford, 40, of Paris, Friday morning and charged him with theft less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions. Langford was observed placing several items into a shopping buggy at a store in the 2400-block of N Main and leaving the store without paying. Langford is in Lamar County Jail.

Robert William Froelich, II

Officers arrested Robert William Froelich, II, 32, of Powderly, on a parole violation in the 3900-block of Lamar. Dispatch had sent them there on a call of persons possibly using drugs. They found no narcotics.

Jack Daniel Ray

Paris Police stopped a vehicle for a minor traffic violation and arrested three people. The driver was identified and found not to have a drivers license. The front passenger was found to be in possession of a prescription pill that she did not have a prescription for and charged with a misdemeanor. The back passenger, 41-year-old Jack Daniel Ray, of Broken Bow, Oklahoma, was arrested and charged with being in possession of a significant amount of methamphetamine. Ray was arrested and charged with manufacturing or delivering a controlled substance.


Broderick Jermaine Sims

Police arrested 43-year-old Broderick Jermaine Sims, of Paris, after they stopped him for speeding in the 700-block of Tudor St and found him to be intoxicated. Sims was also found to have numerous outstanding warrants including a motion to revoke authorization for driving while intoxicated and a parole violation warrant.

Sammy Cervantez Esquivel, Jr.

Paris Police arrested Sammy Cervantez Esquivel, Jr., of Dallas on a warrant out of Tom Green County, charging him with credit card or debit card abuse. They had stopped Esquivel, Jr. in the 3200-block of N Main St for a traffic violation.

Paris Police responded to 272 calls for service and arrested 31 people over the past 72-hour weekend which ended at midnight Sunday (Jun 10).