Paris – A Paris Police Officer is forced to shoot and wound a suspect while responding to a 9-1-1 call early Monday morning.
Robert Shawn Lindsey was shot twice, after he reportedly fired two shots into the ground before aiming his weapon at the officer. Lindsey is currently in stable condition at Paris Regional Medical Center, and expected to make a full recover. The officer, whose name is not being released, was not injured.
Election results from Saturday; A&M-Commerce officials meet with TxDot about crosswalk safety; Greenville Council to again discuss eight liners; Greenville considering using county inmates for beautification projects; GEUS closer toward construction of new generation plant; Price of stamps going up again.
Paris – A Paris woman is arrested after allegedly stabbing a man in the city early Friday morning.
40-year-old Cynthia Ladell was arrested shortly following the incident, which occurred at 720 NE 6th St at around 4:30 a.m. Paris Police arrived on scene to find the male victim, whose name was no released, with obvious stab wounds.
Greenville – A local man is arraigned for pointing a gun at an officer.
Charles B. Rose, of Greenville, was arraigned Thursday on one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Rose was shot last November after he allegedly pulled a gun on Hunt County Sheriff's deputy Terry Jones. Rose has pleaded not guilty.
Wolfe City – Another indictment is issued in connection to an oil fraud case in Wolfe City.
Chad Michael Hays, of McKinney pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of engaging in organized crime and securities fraud. Hays is the fourth person indicted and the third arraigned in connection with what prosecutors allege was a scheme to defraud investors out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. An interim hearing for Hays is set for May 26.
Commerce – Texas A&M University-Commerce Facilities Director David McKenna says the university is working to improve the safety of its crosswalks.
Those words come after a meeting with the Texas Department of Transportation Friday morning. Last Tuesday, two students were injured while attempting to cross the street in front of Whitely Hall, near the intersection of W Neal and Culver Streets. Friday's meeting, however, had been planned before the incident, and not as a result, according to McKenna.