Kenneth Wayne Williams
Paris Police responded to a theft of a vehicle in the 2100-block of E. Cherry Friday morning at 5:44. The victim reported that they had stopped at this location to drop off some food for a tenant and left their gray 2015 Chevrolet Silverado pick-up running with the keys in it. Someone drove off in it. The vehicle was located at 2:09 Saturday morning in the 200-block of NW 7th and stopped in the 500-block of W. Sherman. The driver, Kenneth Wayne Williams, 39, of Paris, was arrested and charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and resisting arrest. Officers transferred Williams to the Lamar County Jail. The investigation continues.
Kevin Dewayne Phillips
Paris Police stopped a vehicle in the 900-block of Lamar Ave at 8:52 Friday night for a defective tail light. The officer reported that he smelled marijuana, and they gave him consent to search the vehicle. The officer located marijuana and over a gram of methamphetamine, and a handgun, stolen in Sherman, was found. Officers arrested the driver, Kevin Dewayne Phillips, 35, of Paris, and charged him with manufacturing or delivering a controlled substance of more than one gram, theft of a firearm, unlawful carrying a weapon, and possession of marijuana. They placed him in the Lamar County Jail.
Adrian Kyle Lane
Friday night at 10:17, Paris Police stopped a vehicle in the 100-block of NE 12th for a defective tail light. As the officer approached the stopped vehicle, the driver sped away and finally came to a stop in the 1100-block of Pine Bluff St. Officers arrested the driver, Adrian Kyle Lane, 34, of Paris, for evading arrest or detention with a vehicle. Lane had eaten some marijuana, and they found more marijuana along the chase route and inside Lane’s clothes. They charged Lane with tampering with physical evidence and possession of marijuana and transferred him to Lamar County Jail.
Curtis Dwain Harris
Paris Police responded to a one-vehicle accident in the 1100-block of SE Loop 286 Saturday night at 10:53. The driver, Curtis Dwain Harris, 60, of Paris, was intoxicated. Officers arrested Harris, who had at least two prior convictions for driving while intoxicated. They charged Harris with driving while intoxicated, third or more, and later placed him in the Lamar County Jail.
Troy Kent Lindsey
Paris Police responded to a criminal trespass call in the 3300-block of Bonham Sunday morning at 8:49. The victim reported that Troy Kent Lindsey, 25, of Paris, had stolen her cell phone and car keys. She said she had left her vehicle running while she fixed her fence and observed Lindsey get into the car and back it out of the driveway. As she contacted the police, Lindsey stopped the vehicle in the middle of the road and fled on foot. Officers located Lindsey a few blocks away, and he fled from the officers. They later found Lindsey in the 1500-block of W. Houston and arrested him. Officers charged him with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possession of identifying information, evading arrest, and theft.
Sunday afternoon around 2:40, Paris Police initiated a traffic stop on a 2014 silver Buick bearing Arkansas temporary tag DA052781. The tag expired in December 2021. An Idaho identification card identified the driver as Herold Milien, 31, of Kuna, Idaho. Milien had an outstanding felony warrant out of Idaho, charging him with grand theft auto. During the arrest, officers found Milien had possession of debit cards that did not belong to him, and they added control of identifying information and two misdemeanors. Additionally, a 26-year-old female passenger from Texarkana, Texas, was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Donald Talmon Preyer
Paris Police stopped a vehicle in the 2400-block of Lamar Ave at 8:50 Sunday night for a defective license plate light. The driver, Donald Talmon Preyer, 41, of Sumner, had an outstanding felony warrant out of Dallas County charging him with possession of a controlled substance of less than one gram. Preyer was arrested and later placed in the Lamar County Jail.
Paris Police responded to 256 calls for service and arrested 14 people over the holiday weekend ending at midnight on Monday (Jan 17).