Beaumont Police Department

On Monday, June 26 at about 12:53 a.m., Beaumont Police officers were patrolling the parking lot of Petro located at 5405 Walden Road.

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High 5, June 22

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s assistance in getting potentially dangerous dealers and users, along with the poisonous products they carry, off the streets.

To that end, The Examiner features a list of five persons accused of drug-related crimes here each week.

All suspects, considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, should also be considered dangerous, and no attempt should be made to apprehend them. Call Crime Stoppers at (409) 833-TIPS (8477) with any tips you may have. You could be eligible for a cash reward up to $1,000.

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The Beaumont Police Department, the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office and the U.S. Attorney’s Office are combating recent violence resulting in multiple deaths and injuries, with two of its latest casualties merely children, a 7-year-old and an 8-year-old.

And at a joint press conference June 20, the law enforcement leaders had a clear message for the perpetrators of violent crime in the city: “We are coming for you.”

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On Wednesday, June 21, at about 1:04 a.m., Beaumont Police responded to the Jack in the Box on Washington Street in reference to a robbery in progress.

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On Monday, June 19, at 5:37 P.M. Beaumont Police officers responded to the 1300 block of Pipkin Street in reference to a victim of a shooting. 

Upon arrival, officers located an 8 year old female laying in the yard in front of a residence. She had a gunshot wound to her left thigh area. Investigators were advised Darrell Oliver Lewis, 23, of Beaumont, and two other males, Anteny Deshoun Hinson, 37, of Beaumont, and Jocoby Quartez Vontoure, 22, of Beaumont, were involved in an going disturbance.

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Tuesday, June 20, at about 12:58 a.m., police responded to the 4500 block of Harding, about a block from where Helbig Road hits East Lucas Drive in Beaumont’s North End, in reference to multiple shots fired.

When officers arrived, Officer Haley Morrow said, they located two victims suffering from gun shot wounds inside a residence. Both victims were transported to a local hospital, where Alkevin Glenn Mire, a 28-year-old Beaumont man, was pronounced dead.

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Beaumont’s Police Chief Jimmy Singletary swore four more officers into the department’s ranks during a ceremony at the downtown station June 9.

Assistant Chief Jim Clay opened the ceremony, thanking council members Virginia Jordan, Robin Mouton and Gethrel “Get” Williams-Wright for attending the swearing-in event and showing support for the new officers and their families.

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On June 9, at 11:28 a.m., Beaumont police officers responded to a robbery that occurred at the Holiday Inn near Walden Road and I-10, Officer Carol Riley said in a release.

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Amber Woods, Spindletop Center director of Crisis Services, shares anxiety disor

Spindletop Center provided Mental Health First Aid training for Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Beaumont Police Department and Lumberton Police Department officers Wednesday, May 24, at the BPD training room.

Approximately 24 police officers participated in the training, part of an ongoing effort to bridge the gap between mental health providers and law enforcement and concentrate the expertise of both to best treat individuals with mental health problems.

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Police in Beaumont are searching for the driver of a truck they believe could lead to answers in the unsolved capital murder of Kera Teel and her daughter Kyndal, reports Beaumont Police Department Officer Haley Morrow. 

According to Morrow, a white truck was recorded by the police dash cam of an officer responding to the June 6 shooting at 6155 Sienna Trails in the Sienna Trails Apartments. 

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