Paris Police worked a burglary in the 900-block of Hearon Sunday morning before 4:00. Reportedly, the victim had let his dog out and had left his front door open awaiting the dog’s return. The victim advised officers that an unknown white male entered the residence and stole over $100 cash from a table. The victim chased the suspect but lost sight of him.
Shelby Lynn Murray
Paris Police arrested Shelby Lynn Murray, 26, at the Police Department on a warrant charging her with burglary of a habitation. The warrant stemmed from a May investigation where Murray entered a residence in the 1800-block of Maple St and assaulted a female. Murray is in Lamar County Jail.
Johnny Hackler Smallwood
Officers worked a suspicious person call in the 2200-block of W. Kaufman St. Friday evening. During the investigation, a male ran from the officers in the 1300-block of W. Kaufman St. They found him hiding under the back porch steps and arrested Johnny Hackler Smallwood, 55, who had an outstanding parole warrant along with local felony bail jumping, driving while intoxicated warrants, and misdemeanor warrants. Hackler is in Lamar County Jail.
Ashley Faith Holliman
Saturday Paris Police conducted a traffic stop in the 3100-block of NE Loop 286. K9 Cupa alerted that narcotics were in the vehicle. Officers located three bottles of pills labeled for a person that was not in the car and arrested the passenger, Ashley Faith Holliman, 25, of Paris. During the arrest, Holliman admitted to having methamphetamine on her that she was delivering to another person. They charged Holliman with three counts of possession of dangerous drugs and one count of manufacturing or delivery of a controlled substance. She is in Lamar County Jail.
Paris Police responded to 266 calls for service and arrested 14 people over the past weekend ending at midnight Sunday (Jun 3).
Some Paris residents are getting a call from a collection agency stating that they are behind with a local healthcare provider in Paris. They are demanding immediate payment over the phone along with the person’s personal information. First, you need to call your provider and confirm the claim. If you don’t have insurance with the company that the caller claims to represent, hang up.