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Paris Police Report For Monday, October 23

Sunday morning at 11:09, officers arrested Sherry Elaine Lenoir after receiving a call of an intoxicated person in the 3800 block of Lamar Avenue leaving a retail store. Police stopped Lenoir in her vehicle, found her drunk, and booked her into the Lamar County Jail.

Scott Lee Martin

Officers arrested Scott Lee Martin last Friday afternoon at 4:40 on an outstanding warrant for a Parole violation. He was booked and taken to jail without incident.

Misty Proffer

At 2:54 last Friday afternoon, a traffic accident occurred in the 1200 block of E. Sherman. Officers talked with Misty Proffer, who had struck another vehicle from behind. Proffer was found to be intoxicated and admitted to having used alcohol and prescription medications before driving. She failed field sobriety testing, and they arrested her for DWI and took her to the Lamar County Jail.

Randon Smith

Officers responded to the 1500 block of NE 20th Saturday night at 11:46 about a motor vehicle accident with injuries. Officers located a vehicle in the ditch and identified Randon Smith as the driver. Smith admitted to having been at a local club and drinking. There were open alcoholic beverage containers in the vehicle. Smith was found intoxicated, arrested, and taken to Paris Regional Medical Center for blood testing and treatment for injuries sustained in the accident. Officers later took Smith to jail.

Friday morning at 11:16, officers received a call of a Theft in the 3100 block of NE Loop 286. The owner returned to his vehicle in the parking lot and found a white male subject stealing power tools. The victim confronted the suspect, who was attempting to leave in a blue suburban. The suspect fled the scene. In doing so, the victim sustained injuries to his arm. An investigation will continue.

Saturday at 7:05 pm, officers were dispatched to 603 Booker T. Washington Homes regarding a shooting. A Reno Police Officer was first on the scene and administered CPR to the victim. They had to disperse a large crowd before officers could gain control. Paris EMS arrived and took over the treatment of the victim. Officers determined that a known suspect had shot the victim and left the scene. EMS transported the victim to Paris Regional Medical Center and later to a Dallas hospital by air. The condition of the victim is unknown at this time. There will be a warrant for the suspect in this incident. Officers obtained physical and video evidence at the scene.

Officers made 40 traffic stops, arrested 15 adults, and answered 303 calls for service ending Sunday, October 22.