Paris police turn Sunday fatal shooti...

Paris police turn Sunday fatal shooting over to a grand jury

There are 21 comments on the EParis Extra story from Jul 2, 2012, titled Paris police turn Sunday fatal shooting over to a grand jury. In it, EParis Extra reports that:

The Paris Police Department has identified the victim in a Sunday shooting in the 2800 block of Willow Bend as Charles William Jones, 29, of B.E. Master 222 in Paris.

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Duh me

Haslet, TX

#1 Jul 2, 2012
IMO, the person who committed a crime in that incident is deceased.
Anon

United States

#2 Jul 2, 2012
Were you there? Do you know something that everyone else doesn't?

Your opinion isn't worth the time it took you to type it.
Marvel Ann

Paris, TX

#3 Jul 2, 2012
Anon wrote:
Were you there? Do you know something that everyone else doesn't?
Your opinion isn't worth the time it took you to type it.
I assume the poster is basing his opinion on the news reports. That's enough to come to a reasonably intelligent conclusion.
Duh me

Haslet, TX

#4 Jul 2, 2012
Anon wrote:
Were you there? Do you know something that everyone else doesn't?
Your opinion isn't worth the time it took you to type it.
Suck on a muffler running through a forest fire, my minion!
Judge Not

Paris, TX

#6 Jul 2, 2012
Judge not, lest ye be judged my minion.

I don't know what happened, nor at this point do I want to.

I hate it that someone died, but there are things on this earth worse than death. Some of which is the judgment of others.
Duh me

Haslet, TX

#7 Jul 2, 2012
Judge Not wrote:
Judge not, lest ye be judged my minion.
I don't know what happened, nor at this point do I want to.
I hate it that someone died, but there are things on this earth worse than death. Some of which is the judgment of others.
Heath, is that you? I did not judge, I only said that in my opinion the only one who committed a crime is deceased. You funny! Hug a cactus, in my opiniin it will not hurt.....,,,me!
Judge not

Paris, TX

#8 Jul 2, 2012
Duh me wrote:
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Heath, is that you? I did not judge, I only said that in my opinion the only one who committed a crime is deceased. You funny! Hug a cactus, in my opiniin it will not hurt.....,,,me!
Who is heath? Um, going over to someones house is not a crime...even uninvited unless you have a restraining order.

If that is the case, there is a little old lady I know who must have alzhiemers that I have repeatedly told not to call or come by. She comes with dripping sweetness and is the devil dressed in sheep's clothes, coming with the utmost concern for my well being.

When she comes by next time, can I shoot her, because she is a criminal?

Nope, I would be fried on the six o'clock news.
Judge not

Paris, TX

#9 Jul 2, 2012
I have actually thought about a restraining order. She and some other concerned alzhiemers support group memebers have caused more damage to me, than if i would have been hit by a train and survived.

Can you imagine going to the police station to put a restraining order on a little old granny who looks like the granny at grandy's?

They would laugh you out of the building.
tbattle

Paris, TX

#10 Jul 2, 2012
may God Bless both families bc they are both facing pain...
dooblah

Austin, TX

#11 Jul 2, 2012
I know both people from my past. Duh me and tbattle are right. RIP Willy.
JBell

Claremont, CA

#12 Jul 3, 2012
Willy, you will be missed. I hope the police get to the bottom of this and that people commenting on the internet can be mindful of the Jones family.
Peace to all

Paris, TX

#13 Jul 3, 2012
I have buried my kid so many times in my mind for stuff just like that.

They don't listen. The dad don't listen. The granpa don't listen, the grandmothers don't listen, so why should I expect my kids to listen to the word no....don't......

I pray for all sides of that coin. I pray for peace for all but it will never come. It can't. The hurt is just too deep.
Broderick Hearn

United States

#14 Jul 3, 2012
I grew up with william and he was a great person I really dont know the whole story all I know is my friend is gone may gof bless his fam
Roy

Sulphur Springs, TX

#15 Jul 3, 2012
Broderick Hearn wrote:
I grew up with william and he was a great person I really dont know the whole story all I know is my friend is gone may gof bless his fam
thx i am hi uncle, i hope they put that guy who shot mny nephew where he belongs
Broderick Hearn

United States

#16 Jul 3, 2012
Yeah we played football in high school in commerce
Broderick Hearn

United States

#17 Jul 3, 2012
We all called him big red
So Sad

Paris, TX

#18 Jul 4, 2012
To Broderick and Roy, I am so sorry for your loss. I don't know the individuals involved, nor did I know Willy, but I have to believe there could have been an outcome other than the one that happened. It's why I hate guns. Even rational people can become so enraged that they lose sight of the consequences of their actions. Without facts, we're all just speculating about what happened. Nothing changes the grief those who loved this man are feeling and I am very saddened that a young man's life is over.
Kacie

Greenville, TX

#19 Jul 4, 2012
Hi I am a friend of the family's and would like to know The funeral details. I am truly sorry for the loss that his family is having to endure and wish that heartless people would stop getting on here and commenting and trying to speculate about what happened at this point none of that matters a mother and father have lost their son and a brother and sister have lost their sibling may God be with you all.
Natasha

United States

#20 Jul 7, 2012
RIP Willy! He always made me laugh! He will be missed by many. Prayers to his family.
difficult situation

Shreveport, LA

#21 Jul 9, 2012
for all that knew willy as a good hearted kid should have stayed in touch and helped him stay that way before he got to point and age of being able to torment and put people in fear for their lives.......he should have never put himself in a position to be harmed....but for whatever reason he made poor choices....yes a gun was involved......but a golf club, baseball bat, or whatever was handy would have worked just as effectively.....given the fact that he was not going to offer any other alternative........the regrettable outcome would have been the same..and just as tragic.........

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