Jose Antonio Quiroga, Baytown Police Department

Baytown’s Jose Quiroga, 42, pleaded guilty to federal drug trafficking violations that allege he conspired to bring drugs to Beaumont and neighboring states on Tuesday, June 12, according to information from the office of U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown.

Information presented in court and provided by the U.S. Attorney’s Office showed that Quiroga served as a narcotics and bulk currency courier for a drug trafficking organization led by Eugenio Cerda. 

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Brandon Devillier

From the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office:

Criminal District Attorney Bob Wortham announced today that Brandon Devillier, 35, of Groves, pled guilty to Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child. Judge John B. Stevens, Jr., followed the plea agreement between the State and Devillier and sentenced Devillier to 35 years in the Institutional Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

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Police caught and arrested a third suspect June 8 in relation to the May 9 murder of Nederland resident Michael Legg, Chief Gary Porter reports. 

Officers investigating an alert from a Ring security system at a residence on Beauxart Garden Road May 9 found 40-year-old Michael Legg deceased at a neighboring home, determined by police to be the result of foul play. The Ring video supplied by the caller reporting the alert showed two distinctly male figures creeping across the porch of the home where the camera was installed. 

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Former Kelly High School standout Ford Proctor was selected in the third round of the 2018 Major League Baseball amateur draft on June 5 by the Tampa Bay Rays as the 92nd player taken overall.

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The WWE announced Monday night during its nationally televised flagship show “RAW” held at the Toyota Center in Houston that it would once again support the athletes of the Special Olympics.

WWE Superstar Big Show along with Beth Knox, the CEO of the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games, introduced many of the athletes from Team Texas who will be competing with more than 3,500 athletes from 50 states in the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics Games, which takes place July 1-6 in Seattle, Washington.

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