Paris – Paris Police are asking for the public's help in identifying two suspects, alleged to have robbed a cab driver at gunpoint.
The incident took place Friday afternoon in the 300 block of Stone Avenue at Park Gardens Apartments.
A Yellow Cab driver told police he was waiting on some customers to transport when two African American men entered the vehicle, one of them brandishing a gun, and demanding money. The driver complied and the two men fled on food.
Commerce – The Commerce City Council will meet in executive session Tuesday to discuss the possible reinstatement of City Manager Dion Miller, who was suspended with pay on March 4.
Council suspended Miller by a 3-2 vote that night, after Councilwoman Billie Biggerstaff requested an item citing concern for the City Manager's leadership abilities, "people" skills, and methods of management.
Greenville – The Sixth District Court of Appeals is coming to Greenville next Wednesday, to hear oral arguments in cases arising in the region.
The cases scheduled for argument involve criminal charges of drug possession and sexual assault and the arguments will be heard between 10 a.m. and approximately noon, in the Auxiliary Courtroom at 2700 Johnson Street.
– Beginning today, area residents can cast their vote early for the April 13 runoff elections.
The election represents the top two vote-getters on March 2, who were unable to receive at least 50 percent of the vote.
In Hunt County, Commissioner for Precinct 2 Incumbent Ralph Green will face Jay Atkins. With no Democratic or other party candidates in the running, the GOP runoff will likely determine the winner of the race.