Rebecca Ann Spivey
Officers arrested Rebecca Ann Spivey, 32, of Paris, Saturday morning at 3:37 at her residence in the 2100-block of Culbertson St, and charged her with injury to a child. Allegedly, Spivey was intoxicated and assaulted a 14-year-old female. They later transferred her to the Lamar County Jail.
Paris Police responded to a burglary of a building in the 2700-block of FM 79 at 4:48 pm last Thursday. Reportedly, someone had cut the lock to a storage bay and had stolen several household items. The incident is under investigation.
Oscar James Head
Police located and arrested Oscar James Head, 40, of Paris, in the 300-block of S. Main Saturday morning at 3:50. Head had an outstanding felony warrant charging him with theft of property of less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions. Head was later placed in the Lamar County Jail.
Kedron Dequantis White
Officers stopped a vehicle in the 900-block of Lamar Ave at 11:21 am on Saturday for the driver not wearing a safety belt. The officer smelled marijuana. The passenger, Kedron Dequantis White, 26, of Paris, was found to have an outstanding Lamar County felony burglary of a habitation probation warrant and a felony Red River County unauthorized use of a motor vehicle probation warrant. White also had possession of cocaine. He was arrested and later transferred to the Lamar County Jail.
Ronald Gene Winn
Paris Police arrested Ronald Gene Winn, 57, of Paris at 6:56 Saturday evening. Officers responded to a disturbance in the 100-block of NW 19th St and advised that the suspect had left in a vehicle. Officers located Winn driving the car in the 600-block of Graham St and K9 Cupa alerted the officer that narcotics were possibly inside. Reportedly, Winn had possession of methamphetamine, and police charged him with possession of a controlled substance. He was later transferred to the Lamar County Jail.
Mark James Hlas, Jr.
Paris Police arrested Mark James Hlas, Jr, 38, of Paris, in the 1400-block of Sperry Sunday morning at 1:57 on a parole violation warrant. They booked him and later placed in the Lamar County Jail.
James Glenn Cline
Officers responded to a theft in the 2000-block of Bonham Sunday afternoon at 3:44. Allegedly, James Glenn Cline, 34, of Paris, stole property with a value of less than $100 but also had two or more previous theft convictions. Officers charged Cline with felony theft, and he had an outstanding Lamar County felony bond surrender warrant for a possession of a controlled substance charge. Cline was later transferred to the Lamar County Jail.
Paris Police responded to a burglary of a residence in the 100-block of NE 25th St at 2:29 am on Monday. Reportedly, the victim had won several massive jackpots at the casino recently and had hidden a large sum of money under a mattress. The victim advised that they had just arrived home to find that someone had broken in the back door to gain access to the residence. Nothing besides the money seemed to be missing from the house. The investigation continues.
Paris Police responded to 207 calls for service and arrested 17 people over the past weekend ending at midnight on Sunday (Dec 29).