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Police find live grenade, evacuate building residents

The Plano Police Department Bomb Squad assisted the Honey Grove Police Department in removing a live grenade from a Bois D’Arc Street apartment building Monday evening.

Honey Grove Police Chief Leigh Dixon reports that officers were taking a burglary report at the apartment complex when a resident said there was a live grenade inside. Dixon said officers were told the grenade belonged to another resident who passed away during the weekend.

“After it was confirmed to be an actual live grenade, surrounding apartments and residents were evacuated for everyone’s safety,” Dixon reported via Facebook. “The Plano Police Department Bomb Squad was contacted, and two members of the bomb squad responded and removed the grenade. The all clear was given about 11:45 p.m. and residents were allowed back to their residences.”

Dixon said the inconvenience was worth the safety of the city’s residents. 

Police: Drugs, cash found in Pine Bluff Street home

A Paris man faces a slew of drug charges after police on Tuesday searched a home in the 3300 block of Pine Bluff Street.

James Tyler Rose is charged with seven counts of manufacturing or delivery of a controlled substance, one count of marijuana possession and one count of possession of a dangerous drug. Lamar County Jail records this morning show he remained there without a set bond.

Paris police said the department’s Narcotics Division, with the assistance of Patrol Division officers, conducted a search warrant on the Pine Bluff Street residence, where they said they seized firearms and ammunition, a large quantity of suspected marijuana, numerous types of narcotics and cash.

Rose was arrested without incident, police said. 

Officers arrest passenger for unpaid traffic fines

Paris police conducting a traffic stop Tuesday in the first block of 2nd Street Southeast arrested Heather Nichols, a passenger in the vehicle, for unpaid traffic fines. 

Nichols was taken to the police department and booked without incident, police said.


Missing child found

with relative

Police called to the 1700 block of Fairfax Street to help find a missing 6-year-old learned the child left the home with a family member.

After a brief search involving police and firefighters, the child was returned home. The child was not injured, police said. 

Police investigate

stolen TV

Paris officers were called to the 2100 block of East Cherry Street on Tuesday to take a report of a stolen TV.

The complainant told officers someone entered their unlocked home and took a 32-inch flat screen TV.

The investigation is ongoing, police said. 

CALLS FOR SERVICE: Paris police responded to 113 calls for service and made two arrests Tuesday.


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