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Paris Police Report Monday (Nov 23)

Colby Chase Franks

Paris Police worked a disturbance in the 1200-block of Hearon Friday at 6:00 pm. One person had fled the scene before officers arrived, and they located him in the 800-block of Jefferson Rd. Colby Chase Franks, 21, of Paris, had an outstanding felony bond surrender warrant for manufacturing or delivering a controlled substance. Franks is in Lamar County Jail.

Paris Police responded to fraud in the 2800-block of Stillhouse Rd Friday afternoon at 2:30. The reporting person advised that they were the supervisor of a home health company. Their client had reported that the 33-year-old caregiver had used the client’s debit card to make three different withdrawals from the client’s bank account. The incident is under investigation.

Triston Michael Blackwell

Paris Police responded to a call in the 2400-block of N. Main Saturday morning at 2:09, where a person had passed out in the driver’s seat of a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse. Officers located and arrested Triston Michael Blackwell, 22, of Talco. They charged Blackwell with driving while intoxicated. During the investigation, Blackwell had possession of a handgun with two prior convictions for driving while intoxicated, so officers enhanced his charge to a felony. Blackwell is in the Lamar County Jail.

The owner of a black 2004 Toyota Tundra pickup reported it stolen from a parking lot in the 2800-block of E. Price St at 7:50 Saturday morning. The investigation continues.

Daniel Monte Lester

A Paris Police Officer located Daniel Monte Lester, 31, of Paris, in the 1500-block of Bonham St while performing a security check on the property and found that Lester had two outstanding misdemeanor warrants. Lester was a convicted felon and in possession of a firearm, and they added a felony charge. He is in the Lamar County Jail.

Quentin Lee Ewing

Paris Police responded to a disturbance in the 700-block of SE 6th St at 2:05 Sunday morning. When officers arrived, they observed a 39-year-old victim run out the back door screaming that Quentin Lee Ewing, 36, had attempted to kill her. The victim reported that during an argument, Ewing had strangled her and kicked her in her abdomen. Ewing was arrested and charged with assault of a family member by impeding breath. Ewing is in Lamar County Jail.

Paris Police responded to 226 calls for service and arrested 22 persons over the weekend ending at midnight on Sunday (Nov 22).