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A Silsbee woman and former vice president of Silsbee High School’s Operation Graduation is facing serious accusations that she mishandled thousands in Operation Graduation money.

But an Examiner investigation has revealed this isn’t the first time Michelle Gore Quave, 40, has been under the law’s microscope for financial-related crimes.

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When an automatic pay raise provision was somehow inserted into new BISD superintendent Timothy Chargois’ employment contract in May 2012, it came as a shock to at least two sitting Beaumont Independent School District Board of Trustees members.

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A woman claiming to be someone else was arrested for marijuana possession and failure to identify after police say they caught her behind a Vidor business collecting copper wire.

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A report of a reckless driver in Vidor led police to the arrest of a man they believe to be responsible for damaging a pole at a railroad crossing there.

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LaCarlos Landry

One man is in custody after police say he led them on a high-speed chase through Beaumont’s North End. 

According to a BPD press release, on Saturday, Nov. 23 at about 11 p.m., patrol officers near Concord and Carlisle tried to stop a vehicle they labeled as ‘suspicious.’ 

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Lajohn Wilson

A Port Arthur man was sentenced to half a lifetime in prison for a brazen daytime burglary some three months after he pleaded guilty to two other robberies. 

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Carol Flatten (left) is passing the torch to Carol Eddins.

Carol Flatten, who has been with the Foundation for Southeast Texas for more than a decade, is retiring. She said she loves the foundation and feels a great sense of reward at her accomplishments while she worked there, but it will soon be all over. Flatten said she will miss her position as executive director for an organization that serves numerous area nonprofits and countless local citizens, but she is also thrilled.

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Press release from the U.S Attorney's Office, Southern District:

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Gettysburg photo by Judge John Stevens

 

By John B. Stevens Jr.

Special to The Examiner

 

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Paul Al Guillory III

A Winnie man has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a young girl after he drugged her and gave the youngster alcohol before sexually molesting her while she was unconscious.

Paul Al Guillory III, 29, was indicted April 4 by a Jefferson County grand jury for sexual assault of a child, a second-degree felony.

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