Beaumont Police Department

Justin Mottox

Two men have been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after a shooting on Crockett Street early Thursday morning, May 22.

Shortly after 1:30 a.m. Thursday morning, Beaumont Police responded to a possible shooting in the 200 block of Crockett Street, where they located two shooting victims — a 21-year-old man from Kountze and a 25-year-old man from Beaumont.


The victim of a shooting arrived at Baptist Hospital in Beaumont Sunday morning prompting an investigation by the Beaumont Police Department.

Dominique Reed

UPDATE: Detectives do not feel the shooting death of Dominique Reed was a random act, Beaumont Police said in a press release, adding that Reed and her unidentified killer likely had a "prior connection." 



A Louisiana man is dead after the riding lawnmower he was driving was struck by a pickup truck on the service road of Highway 69 North in Beaumont.

Saturday, March 29, at about 8:12 p.m., Beaumont police responded to a report of a major crash on the northbound service road of the 8300 block of Eastex Freeway. 


A juvenile victim is giving police sketchy details following a Saturday, March 29 shooting in Beaumont.

photo by Kevin King

If you are planning on parking in a handicap space for a few minutes while you run in and grab a pack of smokes or a fountain drink at your local convenient store, watch out!

The bus came in from the left in this photo, destroying the brick column on the

UPDATE: The officer that investigated the bus crash at Washington and Ave C on March 26, at 10:26 a.m., has completed the investigation and an 80-year-old Beaumont woman that was driving the red Chrysler 300 has been cited for disregarding a red light, a BPD press release states.



A Beaumont man has been indicted after entering the Beaumont police station lobby brandishing a semi-automatic pistol.

Andrew Bradderson Savoy, 31, was indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury March 13 for making a terroristic threat, a third degree felony.

3K of heroin

While methamphetamine, marijuana – synthetic or other­wise – and crack cocaine are drugs commonly seen in area police reports, another nasty nuisance, once practically nonexistent locally, is also becoming more prevalent.


Beaumont resident John William Alexander Jr., 45, has been sentenced to ten years in prison announced Criminal District Attorney Cory Crenshaw.

Alexander previously pled guilty on February 10, 2014, to Failing to Stop and Render Aid causing death and felony Driving While Intoxicated.