Saturday morning after 1:00 Paris Police arrested Johnathan Grose, 38, on an outstanding motion to revoke probation warrant out of Lamar County.
Officers worked a shooting in the 200-block of NE 20th around 10:30 am. Reportedly Joshua Mullens, 23, had fired a single shot from a handgun striking the victim in the forearm causing a non-life threatening injury. Officers placed Mullens, who was still on scene, under arrest for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and a misdemeanor charge.
Police found Billy Doyle, 38, at the intersection of 19th NW and Graham unconscious in the driver’s seat of his car sitting in regular traffic. They found Doyle in possession of synthetic marijuana, intoxicated due to consumption of synthetic marijuana and arrested him. Due to previous convictions, they enhanced Doyle’s charge to a felony offense.
Saturday evening Police responded to a man with a gun complaint in the 1400-block of W Washington. Allegedly a black male had pointed a gun at a female while inside a gold-colored Toyota Camry. Officers located a vehicle matching the description in the 300-block of E Washington and arrested Travis Embry, 40, who they found in possession of a .38 caliber handgun. Officers charged Embry, a convicted felon, for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.
Sunday morning officers arrested Shannon Fendley, 36, after observing him walking in the middle of the roadway. The officer saw Fendley make a motion as if he was throwing something. They discovered Fendley was in possession of a syringe and officers located a baggie containing methamphetamine in the grassy.
A victim reported a theft at the Department which allegedly occurred in the 2300-block of W Walker. An unknown suspect had stolen two tractor engines and an engine jack. The investigation is ongoing.
An unknown person attempted to pass a counterfeit $10 bill in the 3500-block of Lamar Ave. The person claimed that he had received the money as change from another transaction at a different location. The investigation is ongoing.
There was a burglary of a residence in the 600-block of NW 19th. An unknown suspect had taken a small amount of cash and a .22 caliber handgun. The investigation is ongoing.
Police worked a cruelty to animals complaint in the 1100-block of Belmont. Reportedly a known suspect had thrown a dog outside of the residence and then grabbed the dog by the leg and beat the dog against a post. Officers were unable to locate the suspect or the dog. The investigation is ongoing.
A possible known suspect broke into a residence in the 1800-block of Jackson Court. They had forced entry into the victim’s home and took several items including a television and clothing. The investigation is ongoing.
Someone broke into a business in the 100-block of S Main. The owner reported a cash box was missing. Another break-in occurred in the 900-block of N Main, and several keys were missing.
Someone took change from inside a building in the 400-block of N Main.
Paris Police responded to 284 calls for service and arrested 20 people over the three-day weekend ending at 6:00 am Monday (Jun 25).