Vidor Police responded to the 900 block of Sarver Thursday, Feb. 23 at 11:40 a.m. to a call that a 17-year-old male was trying to dismember his right arm with a radial arm saw. The teen was taken by ambulance to a landing zone where a medical transport helicopter could take him to UTMB Galveston, according to Vidor Police Chief Rod Carroll, but was then re-routed to St. Elizabeth Hospital due to the life-threatening conditions he sustained.
Deputies with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office seized marijuana, pot plants and firearms during an investigation Jan. 23, reportedly resulting in drug and weapon charges against an area teen, reports Deputy Marcus McLellan.
Stacey Lewis has been a fixture in Beaumont’s North End community for more than a decade, heading up the neighborhood’s recreational facility and pool, volunteering at public events and participating and hosting philanthropic endeavors year-round with various organizations. Thousands of young lives have been touched by Lewis’ influence, but there’s always more to be done.
Clinton Johnson, who in a pretrial hearing on October 2, 2015 pleaded guilty to a 3rd degree felony of causing serious bodily injury to an animal with a deadly weapon, was in Judge Stevens’ court again today, Monday, November 2, 2015.
An 18-year-old man died in the streets of Orange after sustaining injuries from broken glass while crawling through a window after a burglary at a residence on 6th Street in Orange on Wednesday, May 22, police said.
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