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Paris Police Report Thursday (Mar 25)

Johnathan Curtis Maricle | Michael Patrick Rivard

Paris Police assisted a DPS Trooper in a traffic stop at 2:23 Thursday afternoon in the 5600-block of FM 79. They stopped the vehicle for being involved in criminal mischief earlier in the day. The driver, Johnathan Curtis Maricle, 21, of Lamar County, and passenger Michael Patrick Rivard, 21, of Paris, had possession of Vape pens that contained THC cartridges. Both were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and transferred to the Lamar County Jail.

Donishia Rene Milton

Paris Police stopped a vehicle in the 10-block of NW 4th St Thursday afternoon at 4:35 for a defective brake light. During the stop, the driver, Donishia Rene Milton, 35, of Paris, had possession of methamphetamine. Officers charged Milton with possession of a controlled substance of less than one gram and transferred her to the Lamar County Jail.

Tony Ray House | Tyler Lee Trammel

Tony Ray House, 40, of Paris, was arrested at his residence in the 1700-block of W. Henderson at 2:31 Thursday afternoon on a felony warrant charging him with manufacturing or delivering a controlled substance of more than four grams but less than 200. Officers found House had possession of methamphetamine and charged him with possession of a controlled substance. Also arrested at that location was Tyler Lee Trammel, 24. They found Trammel in possession of methamphetamine. Officers placed House and Trammel in the Lamar County Jail.

William Robert Jackson

Thursday evening at 6:03, officers arrested William Robert Jackson, 31, of Paris, in the 1300-block of Clarksville St on a felony theft warrant. They placed Jackson in the Lamar County Jail.

Friday morning at 12:01, Paris Police responded to a criminal trespass at a residence in the 1600-block of W. Long St. When officers arrived, they heard a female screaming just north of the home and discovered that someone had assaulted her. Officers arrested Curtis Lee Thompson, 40, of Roxton. Reportedly, Thompson broke out a window to gain entry, chased the victim, and assaulted her. Thompson had criminally trespassed from the residence on Mar 9. Officers charged Thompson with burglary of a dwelling, criminal trespass of a home. He is awaiting transfer to the Lamar County Jail.
(NOTE: No mugshot available at this time.)

Paris Police responded to 80 calls for service and arrested nine people on Thursday (Mar 25).