Saturday morning 12:30 Paris Police responded to the 1500-block of Margaret in regards to a disturbance. Officers arrested Dmarkkus Henderson, 24, on an outstanding warrant for robbery. The case involved an incident that occurred in the 1300-block of Clarksville Street that happened March 18. A black male suspect had allegedly assaulted the complainant by repeatedly punching the complainant in the head and then took items from the complainant’s pockets.
Just before 9:00 Saturday morning, officers responded to the 300-block of SW 5th in regards to an assault. Reportedly Stephen Stowell, 52, had assaulted a female by striking her in the head with a sword which caused a laceration. Stowell fled the residence. At 10:52 am officers returned on another complaint and Stowell
was located inside the house and placed under arrest. They charged Stowell with aggravated assault and violation of a protective order from the first incident and violation of a protective order from the second incident.
Friday afternoon the Police Department received a complainant of a credit card abuse. An unknown suspect had conducted a financial transaction at an unknown location using the complainant’s information. The investigation is ongoing.
Police worked a disturbance Saturday around 1:00 am in the ten-block of E. Hearne. Officers were unable to locate anything related to the trouble. They later responded to the 800-block of Deshong Drive in regards to an assault that had occurred in the at the address on E. Hearne. An unknown suspect had struck the complainant in the head with a bottle which caused a laceration. The investigation is ongoing.
A robbery occurred in the 100-block of SE 13th. A known person took money from the complainant’s hand and then fled the scene. Reportedly the complainant was not assaulted or injured during the theft. Officers were unable to locate the suspect. The investigation is ongoing.
Saturday evening at 7:16 Paris Police responded to the 1100-block of Van Zandt in regards to a credit card abuse. A known suspect had used the complainant’s card information to conduct an online financial transaction. The investigation is ongoing.
Paris Police responded to 270 calls for service and arrested 15 people over the three-day weekend ending at 6:00 am Monday (Mar 26).