Last Friday, Paris Police arrested Jessica Briggle, 28, on an outstanding warrant.
Officers arrested Anterion Bailey, 22, on a misdemeanor offense, and added a charge of possession of marijuana inside the jail.
Police, after a traffic stop, arrested Randle Garess, 56, for a small amount of methamphetamine.
Officers discovered Camey Wootton, 36, was wanted on a warrant for sex abuse of a child under 14. The incident occurred last July when Wootton allegedly engaged in sexual contact with the child.
Paris Police arrested Jerry Green, 66, on a warrant for assault family violence with previous convictions.
Officers worked a shoplifting complaint Monday in the 3800-block of Lamar. They arrested Melaine McFatridge, 47, for allegedly taking items without paying. They enhanced McFatridge’s charge for having two or more previous convictions and criminal history.
While working a security check on Hearon, officers arrested Douglas Fenske, 46, for an outstanding warrant of motion to revoke probation.
On a disturbance call in the 200-block of SE 31st Officers arrested Ike Harris, 39, on an outstanding parole violation warrant and being in possession of a small amount of marijuana and several ecstasy tablets.
Officers arrested Michelle West, 44, on two outstanding warrants. One was for abandoning or endangering a child out of Red River County.
Police worked a forgery in the 2000-block of Bonham. An unknown female suspect had attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 during a transaction. The female left the store before police arrived.
Officers found that an unknown suspect had forced entry into the building on Clarksville Street. And there was a burglary of a motor vehicle on Graham Street. A .380 caliber handgun was missing. Someone took a 9mm gun on Kessler from a car.
Another robbery occurred on East Price. Three suspects assaulted the complainant and took a cellphone. No one was injured.
Paris Police responded to 292 calls for service and arrested 20 people over the four-day holiday weekend ending at 6:00 am Tuesday (Jan 16).