Paris – Paris Police have located and arrested the subject believed to have shot a man outside the Club Razz early Sunday morning.
34-year-old Jeremy Scott Sanders, of Paris, was taken into custody without incident Tuesday at a residence in the 1000 block of East Polk. He was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawful possession of a firearm by felon.
Sanders allegedly shot a man in the back following a brief argument. The victim was treated and released after sustaining only minor injuries.
Greenville – Local law enforcement will soon have some extra eyes in the sky. A group of volunteer helicopter pilots plan to take to the skies above Hunt County in the near future to help battle the drug trade.
The Texas Helicopter Response Team is a division of Mad Mom with a Mission, a non-profit religious charity based in Greenville.
The pilots would fly daily missions over the county searching for suspicious or potentially illegal activity and report findings to the Sheriff's Office.
Commerce – Texas A&M University-Commerce has announced the Cash4College scholarship program, now available to eligible graduate and undergraduate transfer candidates. Eight new scholarships are being offered. Students must meet graduate school, departmental and/or undergraduate transfer requirements. Details are available at www.tamu-commerc.edu.