Jefferson County District Attorney's Office

Cameron Frank | Photo: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

Cameron Frank was sentenced to life in prison without parole by Judge John Stevens Nov. 17.

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Nicholas Morris | Photo: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

State District Judge Larry Gist of the Drug Impact Court of Jefferson County accepted a jury verdict Nov. 15, sentencing Nicholas Roy Morris, 28, to six years in prison, Criminal District Attorney Bob Wortham announced.

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Ronald Thomas Johnson, 30, was sentenced by Judge John Stevens August 7 for aggravated robbery of Jack In The Box located at 590 East Washington Boulevard in Beaumont, Jefferson County District Attorney Bob Wortham said in a release.

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District Attorney Bob Wortham announced June 12 that Allen James Hancock, 32, of Beaumont has been found guilty of capital murder by a jury in the Criminal District Court, The Honorable John B. Stevens presiding.

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Jefferson County Criminal District Attorney Bob Wortham announced May 23 in a release that Joe Mitchell Carry Jr., 36, of Beaumont was sentenced to 20 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for the May 2, 2015, aggravated assault of a Beaumont couple.

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Following an argument and rebuffed attempts to gain entry to his mother’s home, Port Arthur police allege, 26-year-old Allen Lowe made good on threats to “burn his mother’s home.”

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Criminal District Attorney Bob Wortham announced today that a Jefferson County Grand Jury returned an indictment charging Johnny Ray Matlock, 23, of Silsbee, Texas, with continuous trafficking of persons.

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Wilbert Frank

Jefferson County Criminal District Attorney Bob Wortham announced Feb. 27 that Wilbert Anthony Frank, 29, of Port Arthur pleaded guilty to burglary with intent to commit aggravated assault, a first degree felony offense. The guilty plea was entered shortly before jury selection was to begin.

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Criminal District Attorney Bob Wortham announced Feb. 24 that Ramon Anthony Montoya, 31, of Beaumont, Texas, was found guilty by a jury for the first-degree offense of aggravated sexual assault of a child. The jury assessed Montoya’s punishment at 99 years confinement in the Institutional Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and Montoya was formally sentenced by Judge John B. Stevens, Jr.

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The Beaumont Independent School District engaged the firm of Weaver and Tidwell to conduct a forensic audit regarding the 2007 bond issue to find repairs of existing infrastructure and to construct new buildings, including a multipurpose sports venue, Assistant District Attorney Tommy Turner said in a press release Feb. 2.

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