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Paris Police Report For Monday (May 21)

Brock Hampton

Friday morning, Paris Police responded to the 1700-block of NE Loop 286 in regards to a theft of a vehicle. Reportedly an unknown suspect had driven a car to that location and took another belonging to the complainant. Officers located and stopped the stolen vehicle in the 6900-block of Lamar Ave. They arrested the driver, Brock Hampton, 22, for unauthorized use of both cars. The suspect took the first one in Boswell.

Gregory Holt

Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 4300-block of Pine Mill Road and arrested Gregory Holt, 51, for a misdemeanor charge. Officers also found him in possession of over four grams of methamphetamine and an approximately half a gram of heroin.

Tieler Abney

Police arrested Tieler Abney, 26, in the 3500-block of NE Loop 286 in regards to a 911 hand-up call. Abney had outstanding misdemeanor warrants and reportedly had possession of one to four grams of methamphetamine.

Jimmy Threadgill

At the parole office, police arrested Jimmy Threadgill, 39, on an outstanding parole violation warrant and a misdemeanor warrant.

Sunday morning around 1:00 Police worked a disturbance in the 200-block of NW 24th. Allegedly the suspect had left in a vehicle, which officers located in the 300-block of Graham and attempted to conduct a stop. The driver tried to evade officers by accelerating and making numerous turns. The driver eventually lost control and wrecked out. They arrested the driver, Daniel Ibarra, 35.

A report of a vehicle striking a pedestrian occurred Saturday morning around 12:15 in the 3800-block of Lamar Ave. A car was traveling west when a pedestrian stepped into the traffic lane. The pedestrian suffered leg, and head injuries and paramedics airlifted them to a Plano hospital in unknown condition. The officials are not releasing the pedestrian’s name at this time.

Paris Police responded to 258 calls for service and arrested 17 people over the three-day weekend ending at 6:00 am Monday (May 21).