Laron Dekeith Tyson
Paris Police responded to a call of a man with a gun around NE 2nd and E. Cherry St. at 12:42 Tuesday afternoon. The caller advised that a black male wearing all black had a weapon and had been threatening people. Officers located Laron Dekeith Tyson, 36, of Houston. Tyson had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant charging him with the terroristic threat of a family member. During the investigation, Tyson had possession of a pistol and crack cocaine. Officers charged Tyson with unlawful carrying a weapon and manufacturing or delivering a controlled substance of more than four grams but less than 200 grams. Tyson was booked and then transferred to the Lamar County Jail.
Labroderick Kevon Norman
Tuesday afternoon at 4:51, Paris Police went to the 3100-block of Clarksville about a person passed out inside a vehicle with the vehicle running. Dispatch advised that this vehicle was possibly the vehicle that was a suspect in a hit and run accident in the 1900-block of Lamar Ave. that had occurred a few minutes prior. Officers located Labroderick Kevon Norman, 30, of Paris, inside the vehicle. Officer found that Norman was intoxicated and observed the damage consistent with the car involved in the accident. Norman attempted to flee from the officers but was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest. Norman has had at least two prior convictions for driving while intoxicated, and they enhanced his charge to a felony. Norman is in Lamar County Jail.
Rodrius Ramon Morgan
Police arrested Rodrius Ramon Morgan, 41, of Paris, in the 500-block of E. Houston Tuesday evening at 6:44 on a parole violation warrant. He is in Lamar County Jail.
Paris Police responded to a hit and run accident in the 300-block of SE 9th St at 7:11 Tuesday night. A postal carrier reported that while crossing Woodlawn Ave, walking northbound on SE 9th St, he observed a black Lincoln Towncar traveling at high speed. The Lincoln then abruptly turned right onto Woodlawn and struck him. The postal carrier advised that it threw him onto the vehicle’s hood and possibly shattered the windshield. The vehicle fled the scene. Paramedics transported the postal carrier to PRMC for treatment for minor injuries. The incident is under investigation.
Paris Police responded to a burglary of a residence in the 400-block of NE 33rd St at 12:41 Wednesday morning. The victim reported that someone had broken a kitchen window to gain access. Once inside, an eight-year-old child encountered the unknown suspect. The suspect then fled from the house. The incident is under investigation.
Paris Police responded to 66 calls for service and arrested seven people on Tuesday (Jan 19).