Nederland

UPDATE: Capt. Crystal Holmes said on August 15 that Debra Killian has still not been found. 

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The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing Nederland woman.

Debra Killian was last seen walking off from her residence after having an argument on July 21 at about 2:30 p.m. She has not been seen since.

Her family told police that they were not alarmed at first since Killian has left for multiple days before and then returned.

Killian’s husband reported her missing July 24, 2017.

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Independence Day is right around the corner, and with the Fourth of July this year falling on a Tuesday, it might not be bad to plan ahead as several cities will celebrate the holiday with plenty of activities.

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The Nederland Police Department is searching for information about these two possible suspects in a theft that occurred at Mid-Jeff Hospital in Nederland.

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The Nederland Police Department needs help identifying a suspect in a recent theft.

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A 43-year-old federal prison chaplain has been sentenced for federal violations in the Eastern District of Texas, Acting U.S. Attorney Brit Featherston announced June 13.

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While following up on complaints from neighbors, Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Officers executing a search warrant at the Hillcrest Apartment in Nederland discovered large amounts of hydrocodone and synthetic marijuana, along with more than $13,000 in currency and multiple weapons, reports Captain Crystal Holems.

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Selling and consuming organic products and food has been a growing trend nationally since the early days of the new millennium, and Texas tendrils of that same movement have burst through not only in likely hot spots like Austin but also in the Mid-County area.

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Harbor  Hospice held a ribbon  cutting to  celebrate the opening of its new loca
Harbor Hospice Administrator Brenna Rodriguez listens in as Harbor Hospice Medic

Harbor Hospice held a ribbon cutting Friday, May 5, to celebrate the opening of a new location at 2200 Highway 365, Suite 101, in Nederland.

Harbor Hospice Administrator Brenna Rodriguez said the location has actually been in operation since October 2016.

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Deputy Marcus McLellan reports deputies in the department are investigating an apparent self-inflicted shooting that occurred May 4.

According to McLellan, JCSO responded to a call of a self-inflicted gunshot at 3410 North Twin City Hwy. in Nederland. Upon arrival, deputies found a male subject on the floor of the residence with what appeared to be a single gunshot wound. The male subject was transported by Acadian EMS to St. Elizabeth hospital in Beaumont where he remains in critical condition. 

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Deputies arrested a Port Arthur man for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle on May 2 after reportedly stopping him in a Land Rover stolen from Nederland earlier the same day. 

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