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Press Release

September 6, 2022

Paris Police met with the victim of a fraud at the Paris Police Department at 7:27

A.M. on September 2, 2022. The victim reported that they had received an e-mail from a

business who was thanking him for his recent order. The victim advised that he had not

placed an order through that company. The victim contacted the company and found that

there had been 2 orders that had been charged to his credit card. The orders were

cancelled before the merchandise was picked up or delivered. The investigation continues.

Paris Police arrested Celina Marie Grimes, 33, of Paris, in the 2900 block of

Clarksville St. Grimes was asleep in her vehicle and was found to have two outstanding

probation violation warrants out of Lamar County. Both warrants were for possession of

controlled substance convictions. Grimes was later transferred to the Lamar County Jail.

Paris Police responded to a harassment in the 1800 block of Jackson Court at 1:50

A.M. on September 4, 2022. During the investigation, Jaylon Terrell King, 24, of Paris, was

found to have an outstanding felony warrant out of Delta county, Texas charging him with

evading arrest or detention with a vehicle. He was also found to have an outstanding

Municipal Court warrant. King was arrested and placed in the city jail. He is awaiting

transfer to the Lamar County Jail.

Paris Police responded to a disturbance in the 500 block of SE 15th St at 4:36 A.M. on

September 4, 2022. Upon arrival, a 20 year old victim reported that she and 39 year old

Samuel Luciano Cardenas, of Paris, had been in an argument and Cardenas had pointed a

pistol at her and threatened her with it. Officers located Cardenas inside the residence and

found that he a pistol in his pants pocket. Cardenas was arrested and charged with

aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and interference with an emergency call. The

victim reported that Cardenas had taken her phone away from her as she was summoning

help. Cardenas was later transferred to the Lamar County Jail.

Richard Salter 2910 Clarksville Street, Paris Texas 75460 Randy Tuttle

Chief of Police 903-784-6688 Office 903-783-4710 Fax Asst. Chief of Police

Freddy Wayne Hodges, 53, of Paris, was arrested at 6:35 A.M. on September 5, 2022

at his residence on a Lamar County felony warrant charging him with possession of a

controlled substance of less than 1 gram. He also had 5 outstanding Municipal Court

warrants. Hodges was booked and placed in the city jail awaiting transfer to the Lamar

County Jail.

Paris Police stopped a vehicle in the 700 block of E Price St at 9:47 A.M. on

September 5, 2022 for failing to display a turn signal. The driver, 74 year old Lewis Tucker,

of Paris, was found to have an outstanding Lamar County felony warrant charging him with

accident involving injury – habitual offender. Tucker was booked and later transferred to

the Lamar County Jail.

Paris Police responded to a theft of a vehicle in the 1900 block of E Cherry St at

11:06 A.M. on September 5, 2022. The victim reported that someone had stolen a tan 2000

Toyota Camry, that his mother had left him, from his residence. A neighbor reported that

they had seen a man in a gray pick-up pulling a trailer, load the vehicle and drive away. The

man told the neighbor that they had just bought the vehicle. The investigation continues.

Paris Police arrested David Paul Goss, 34, of Paris, in the 200 block of Clement Rd., at

1:27 P.M. on September 05, 2022. Goss was found to have an outstanding felony warrant

out of Lamar County charging him with a motion to revoke his probation on an evading

arrest or detention conviction. During the arrest, Goss was found to be in possession of

methamphetamine and several prescription pills that he did not have a prescription to

possess. Goss was additionally charged with 2 counts of possession of a controlled

substance. He was booked and later placed in the Lamar County Jail.



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