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Paris Police Report Monday (Aug 24)

Pasquale Cirillo Rivard | Jeffery Malone

Paris Police responded to a disturbance in the 1800-block of Pine Bluff St. at 7:01 Friday afternoon. Officers observed a male chasing another man around the yard with a piece of metal tubing. Officers detained and arrested Pasquale Cirillo Rivard, 53, and Jeffery Malone, 61, and charged both with aggravated assault of a family member with a weapon. The report reflects that Malone had struck Rivard with the tubing, and Rivard had stabbed Malone with a drill bit. Officers later transferred both to the Lamar County Jail.

Paris Police worked a theft of a vehicle in the 2800-block of NW Loop 286 at 3:54 Friday afternoon. Someone had reportedly stolen a 2019 white Chevrolet Silverado work vehicle equipped with an onboard video camera and a GPS. Police located the truck in the 2100-block of Bonham St. a few minutes later, and the suspect had fled the scene. The incident is under investigation.

Friday night at 8:50, Paris Police responded to a business in the 1800-block of Lamar Ave that reported someone had paid for an order of food with a fake $50 bill. The incident is under investigation.

Paris Police responded to a burglary of a residence in the 300-block of NE 8th St at 11:20 Friday night. The victim reported that they had not been to the house in the past two weeks, and someone had kicked the front door in and had stolen several items. The incident is under investigation.

On Sunday, Paris Police responded to a theft of a vehicle in the 2600-block of Simpson St. The victim reported that someone had taken a white 2004 Ford F-350 from their front yard. It had an enclosed trailer attached that was also missing. The theft had occurred sometime between 2:0A0 am, and 6:00 am. They located the vehicle at 6:51 Sunday evening in Lamar County. The incident is under investigation.

At 7:05 pm on Sunday, Paris Police responded to a disturbance in an apartment at Booker T. Washington Homes. Upon arrival, the officers could hear a female screaming inside, and whey they knocked on the front door, the 24-year-old suspect ran out the back door. Officers were unable to locate him. The 23-year-old victim reported that the suspect had choked her and refused to let her leave the residence. The incident is under investigation.

Paris Police responded to 229 calls for service and arrested ten people over the weekend ending at midnight on Sunday (Aug 23).