Officers responded to the 3100 block of Clarksville in regards to a suspected narcotics violation. Officers made contact with 22-year-old Shalein McCray who was allegedly in possession of fewer than four ounces of marijuana and multiple Xanax tablets. McCray attempted to resist but was subdued and arrested for manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance and several misdemeanors.
Paris Police was dispatched to serve a warrant in the 2800 block of Clarksville Street. Officers made contact with 31-year-old John Cawvey and arrested him for assault of a family or household member with previous convictions.
Paris Police made contact with 23-year-old Jessica Phillips and arrested her on two outstanding warrants for a motion to revoke the probation she was on.
Paris Police observed 59-year-old Orson Lane in the 1000 block of Hickory and knew that he had outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was charged with violating a sex offender’s duty to register.
Officers responded to a criminal trespass complaint at a business in the 900 block of Clarksville in Paris. A store employee pointed out the suspect who then ran from the officer. After a brief foot chase, 38-year-old Tajuan Morgan was caught and was found to have items stolen from the store in his possession. Since he had prior convictions, Morgan’s charges were enhanced. He was also charged with evading arrest of detention.
Paris Police was notified of a traffic violation in the 700 block of Clarksville and located the driver, 32-year-old Jennifer Robinson in the 2000 block of Lamar Ave. She was found to be intoxicated and was arrested. Since she had a child under 15 in her car, charges were enhanced. She was also charged on outstanding misdemeanor warrants.
Officers responded to a theft of a trailer complaint which was said to have occurred in the 1600 block of NW 19th in Paris. Officers were told that a known suspect had taken the camper trailer and moved it to a location outside the city on FM 79. The investigation is ongoing.
Officers were called to the 600 block of Bonham to investigate a theft complaint. Officers were told that the complainant had made arrangements to meet a man at that location to sell a firearm. Officers were told that the suspect handed the complainant five counterfeit $100 bills and then grabbed the firearm and ran. The suspect was described as a tall, slender black male wearing black clothing.