Guilty

Joe Frederick Hawkins

A Beaumont man pleaded guilty Monday to the first-degree felony offense of murder and the first degree felony offense of aggravated assault in the 252nd District Court, Jefferson County District Attorney Bob Wortham ann

shadow
Victor has recovered amazingly well from his horrific injuries.

In a pretrial hearing on the morning of Friday, October 2, 2015, Clinton Johnson pleaded guilty to a 3rd degree felony of causing serious bodily injury to an animal with a deadly weapon. Johnson made headlines recently for stabbing a dog twice with a blade that was attached to a portion of PVC pipe. He slashed the dog's neck and penetrated the dog's right hip down through the leg.

shadow
Jonathan Demond Patton

A 25-year-old Beaumont man Jonathan Demond Patton has pleaded guilty to the federal violation of carjacking resulting in death.

shadow

Criminal District Attorney Bob Wortham announced April 3 that Trovoy Keith Jones of Beaumont was found guilty of the first-degree felony offense of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon in Judge John Stevens' Court. A jury took fifty minutes to deliberate before returning a guilty verdict following a four-day trial.

shadow

Criminal District Attorney Bob Wortham announced Thursday, Jan. 29, that Tyrone Gilbert of Port Arthur was found guilty of the first degree felony offense of murder in Judge Larry Gist’s Court.   According to a press release, a jury took a little over two hours to deliberate before returning a guilty verdict following a two-day trial.

shadow
Shane Hadnot (left) and Alfred Wright

A 28-year-old Jasper man has pleaded guilty to federal drug violations in the Eastern District of Texas, U.S. Attorney John M. Bales has announced.

Shane Dwayne Hadnot pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute cocaine before U.S. Magistrate Judge Keith F. Giblin on Wednesday, Dec. 10.

shadow
Devin McCraney and Sharika Allison

Two former Beaumont Independent School District employees pleaded guilty in federal court April 14, 2014, to embezzling or conspiring to embezzle more than $4 million  from the local school district.

shadow

The pastor of an Orange County church pleaded guilty to social security fraud Wednesday, March 9. The Rev. Raymond Charles Young, 38, of Orange, pleaded guilty to fraudulent receipt of social security benefits.

shadow