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Paris Police Report Monday (Oct 5)

Kenneth Deandre Harris

Paris Police responded to a disturbance n the 500-block of NW Loop 286 at 5:20 Friday morning. Security at that location reported that a male had a pistol in his hand, and he was chasing an employee into the parking lot. The suspect left the scene in a vehicle before officers arrived. They located and attempted to stop it, and he accelerated and tried to flee. Officer got him contained in the 1000-block of NE Loop 286. They arrested the driver, Kenneth Deandre Harris, 32, of Paris, and charged him with evading arrest or detention with a vehicle and unlawful carrying a weapon. Harris is in Lamar County Jail.

Paris Police responded to a burglary of a residence in the 100-block of SE 21st Saturday afternoon at 2:47. The victim reported that someone had entered his home and had moved several items from their original locations, but the victim could not tell if they took anything. Officers had recently responded to that area earlier, where they described the suspect as a black male wearing a black and gray hoodie, that walked with a limp. Officers located that hoodie in residence. The investigation continues.

At 10:10 Sunday morning, Paris Police responded to a burglary of a vehicle in Lamar’s 1700-block. The victim reported that someone had opened his vehicle’s unlocked door and had stolen a pistol from the center console. The incident is under investigation.

Sunday, Paris Police responded to two locations about a fraud. A known person had passed fake $20 bills at the two locations. The incidents are under investigation.

Nicholas Tyrone Jackson

Paris Police were dispatched to a disturbance in the 1800-block of Jackson St Sunday night at 10:17. The victim reported that her boyfriend had choked her and pointed a pistol at her during an argument. Officers located the gun in the backyard of the residence. Nicholas Tyrone Jackson, 42, of Texarkana, Texas, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. Officers booked Jackson and transferred him to the Lamar County Jail.

Paris Police responded to 230 calls for service and arrested three persons over the weekend ending at midnight on Sunday (Oct 4).