Gleen Earl Gordon | Zackery Zane Posey |Joshua Allen Campbell
At 7:40 Tuesday morning, Paris Police responded to an aggravated robbery in the 1000-block of NE 11th St. The victim reported that they observed a black male rummaging through their vehicle and a white male standing at the back. The victim said that they confronted the two males and questioned them about what they were doing. The victim reported that the black male then produced a silver pistol and, while pointing it at the victim, told the victim to get back inside their house. The victim said that the two subjects left in a silver car after stealing a purse and other personal items from their vehicle. Responding officers located their vehicle in the 2400-block of NE 25th St. When the officers stopped them, the black male jumped out and fled the scene on foot. Officers detained the two white males that were in the vehicle. Other officers located the black male in the 10-block of NE 27th St, and when confronted, the male pointed the pistol at the officers while running away. The black male was apprehended in the 2600-block of E. Price St. and was 24-year-old Glenn Earl Gordon, of Paris. Gordon and Zackery Shane Posey, 23, of Paris, and Joshua Allen Campbell, 18, of Forney, were arrested and charged with aggravated robbery. Police added charged to Gordon of aggravated assault on a peace officer. Gordon and Campbell were both charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. All three are in Lamar County Jail. The stolen property was found and returned to the victim.
Ajalen Meontre Sanders
Paris Police stopped a vehicle in the 200-block of NE 25th St at 9:38 Tuesday night for a defective light violation. The officer smelled the odor of marijuana and ended arresting the driver, 25-year-old Ajalen Meontre Sanders, of Paris, who also had a pistol in his pants pocket. Sanders had multiple felony convictions, and they charged him with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. Sanders is in Lamar County Jail.
Corinthian Antwan Sims
Corinthian Antwan Sims, 42, of Paris, was arrested in the 200-block of NE 2nd St Tuesday afternoon at 12:58. Sims was involved in an altercation. Officers found he had an outstanding felony warrant charging him with manufacturing or delivering a controlled substance (synthetic cannabinoids) of more than four less than 400 grams. Sims was booked and then transferred to the Lamar County Jail.
Loyd Joe Dunigan
Paris Police responded to a possible narcotics violation in the 3800-block of Lamar Ave at 11:46 Tuesday night. The caller advises that a white male had snorted a white powder and was behaving erratically. Officers made contact with 45-year-old Loyd Joe Dunigan of Ladonia. Dunigan assaulted an officer before being arrested, and they charged him with public intoxication and resisting arrest. Dunigan had a felony warrant out of Lamar County, charging him with evading arrest with a vehicle. Dunigan was placed in the city jail awaiting transfer to the Lamar County Jail.
At 12:34 Wednesday morning, Paris Police responded to a burglary of a residence that occurred in the 200-block of NW 3rd St. The 82-year-old victim reported that he heard a noise and got out of bed. He encountered an unknown male in the dining room, and he shoved him to the floor. The victim reported that the suspect knocked him unconscious because he woke up in the utility room. The victim had sustained minor injuries to his head and arm. The victim had retrieved a pistol and cash from the nightstand, and now it is missing. The unknown suspect had crawled through a window to gain access to the residence. The incident is under investigation.
Paris Police responded to 49 calls for service and arrested six persons on January 12, 2021.