Murder

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UPDATE, Nov. 9, 8:14 a.m. — Police have identified three suspects they believe may have murdered 61-year-old Vidor resident Eric Stansbury on Oct.

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Police detectives in Beaumont are investigating a violent murder that occurred in the 900 block of Doucette Nov. 5, Beaumont Police Department (BPD) Sgt. Cody Guedry reports.

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Police in Orange are investigating a shooting incident stemming from an altercation between family members that claimed one man's life Oct. 14, reports the Orange Police Department (OPD).

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Ethel Marie Eulian
Christopher Jeffries Jr.

Ethel Marie Eulian, 47, pleaded guilty to murdering her boyfriend, 47-year-old Christopher Jeffries Jr., a former Port Arthur Police officer, and was sentenced to 40 years in prison Oct. 7.

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While investigating a call regarding a disturbance on Pine Street in Orange, officers discovered the body of a young man who had apparently been shot in the chest, reports Capt. Robert Enmon of the Orange Police Department (OPD).

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Charlsie Rebecca Jones

The Jefferson County grand jury indicted 9th Court of Appeals employee Charlsie Rebecca Jones in the murder of her husband, Lee Matthew Jones, according to information from the District Attorney’s Office presented Wednesday, Sept. 21.

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Beaumont man, Arthur Christopher Harmon, 23, was found guilty of the first-degree felony offense of murder and was sentenced to 45 years in prison, according to Assistant Jefferson County District Attorney Rachel Grove. The jury returned a guilty verdict after one-and-a-half hours of deliberations on Aug. 25.

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Germaine Joseph Jackson

He could have been given time-served – or he could have gone to prison for life. The jury decided somewhere in the middle.

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Kevin Moyer, Cody Lewis, Yiannis Mihail and Arthur Harmon

One of three suspects accused in the murder of 53-year-old Kevin Alton Moyer of Dallas pleaded guilty to the crime in Jefferson County on July 25 and is now awaiting sentencing.

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Travis County Sheriff’s Deputy Sergeant Craig Hutchinson

Texas Crime Stoppers, operating within the Office of the Governor’s Criminal Justice Division, has announced a cash reward of up to $15,000 for information leading to the identification and arrest of the person or persons responsible for the murder of Travis County Sheriff’s Deputy Sergeant Craig Hutchinson. Hutchinson was killed early Monday morning, July 25, at his Round Rock home.

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