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A suspect involved in a stabbing in Port Arthur Sunday night is still at large.

Port Arthur Police responded to a report of a stabbing at Kansas and W. 13th Street on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 12:35 a.m.

Two victims, 23 and 25-year-old and Port Arthur residents, were assaulted and “identified the same suspect,” according to the report.

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Port Arthur Police are looking for a gunman after a reported shooting near 440 Procter Street in downtown Friday, Oct. 28. Just before midnight, PAPD received a report of a shooting near Wellborn’s.

Officers located the crime scene and “numerous spent shell casings,” according to the release. PAPD’s Crime Scene Unit responded to photograph and collect evidence at the scene.

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The Officer Bryan Hebert Memorial Foundation is raising funds for scholarships and scouting projects, and raffle tickets for a unique commemorative item are on sale now.

“Of all the novel things you can raffle, this is pretty neat,” the nonprofit’s founder Sgt. Bobby Anderson said of the queen-sized Memory Quilt drawing prize. “It’s made from different police officers’ shirts. The quilters took the shirts and made them into patches for the quilt. It’s amazing.”

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Thursday, Oct. 27, at 7:10 am, Officers of the Beaumont Police Department, Criminal Interdiction Unit conducted a traffic stop on IH-10 Eastbound, near mile marker 839.

Investigation revealed that approximately 4 kilos of cocaine were concealed inside the vehicle.

Hugo Garcia, a 27-year-old Houston man, and Emily Villareal, a 20-year-old Houston woman, were both placed under arrest and taken into federal custody.

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Beaumont City Attorney Tyrone Cooper

The Beaumont City Council approved a raise for Beaumont City Attorney Tyrone Cooper at their regular meeting Oct. 25.

According to information from council, Cooper’s pay was increased to $15,833.33 per month in base wages. Cooper will also receive a car allowance of $833.33 and an administrative allowance of $100 per month, which remain unchanged. The city will also provide $24,000 toward Cooper’s retirement, which is the same as provided in 2015, according to the city.

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