Ardit Ferizi, 20, a citizen of Kosovo, made his initial appearance Thursday, Jan. 28, before U.S. Magistrate Judge Ivan D.

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Are you looking for a sweet, petite tabby? Well, meet Mollie. She likes warms baths, being held like a baby and looking out the window. She loves to play with toys and even gets along well with small dogs. Mollie is a 2-year old, 8.02-pound, female domestic shorthair mix, a grey and black tabby. She has very distinct stripes and intense, green eyes that implore you to take her home! Mollie was found by a kind individual who brought her to the shelter to find a loving, forever home.

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Steven Guidry (left), David Frank, Rabindra Nauth and Randle Davis Jr.

As the result of an ongoing corruption investigation in Port Arthur, four suspects were charged with felony theft Jan. 25 stemming from allegations they were involved in a gas-theft conspiracy. Those arrested include two former Port Arthur Public Works Department supervisors and two Port Arthur business owners, reports the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office.

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Joseph Leday, a longtime employee of the city of Port Arthur, was apprehended Friday, Jan. 22, in an operation that took four off the city’s streets for allegedly conspiring on what federal agents termed “multi-ounce” methamphetamines sales over the last year, the last transaction as recent as Jan. 20. Two were charged with federal crimes while two others were taken into state custody.

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A fake cop’s case in Beaumont has led to the indictment and arrest of a real law enforcement officer as the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office has charged Liberty County Precinct 6 Constable John Joslin with perjury in covering up the crimes of accused cop impersonator Michael Gelagotis by lying in sworn statements to investigators.

Joslin was arrested in Liberty County and, while still in his constable uniform, was brought to the Jefferson County Courthouse to answer the allegations in front of Judge Larry Gist on Monday, Jan. 25.

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