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Today we had the great honor of presenting Mr. Dewayne Diggles with a resolution from Representative James White of The State of Texas House of Representatives. Diggles is being commended for his bravery and selflessness, where he and two friends assisted Silsbee Officer J. Holt with a combative subject on January 26, 2019. Dewayne Diggles, on behalf of the entire Silsbee Police Department, we greatly appreciate your quick and righteous actions from that night. Our hats are off.
Pictured left to right: Officer Hughes, Sgt. J. Roger's, Det. Scroggins, Dewayne Diggles, Assistant Chief Blackwell, Officer Smith, and Sgt. Peden ... See MoreSee Less
Mr. Diggles, on behalf of myself, my family and the entire community of Silsbee I would like to Thank You for your brave actions. This world is a better place because of people like you. Congratulations on your recognition. Thank you again. Mike Tomas, Mayor of Silsbee Texas.
Thank you Mr. Diggles.
Great job Mr. Diggles
Sorry Dewayne, I would have loved to have been there but didn't know about it. Thanks again Dewayne Diggles and congrats you deserve it. Also thanks to James White for the recognition of this man, he deserves it and and much more.
Thank you, Mr. Diggles, to you and your friends for your courageous actions! God bless you all!
Thank you Mr. Diggles for your actions to help our police! And thanks to Rep. White for arranging this well deserved honor!
Congratulations Great job!
Congratulations, Mr. Diggles!!! This world needs more people like you.
Thank you for stepping in when needed!
Thank you again for your quick thinking and fast response to help our boys in blue!
💙 Great valor! God bless you sir!
Congrats, great job!
Thank you Mr Diggles. What a great person to come to the aid of our police officers
We enjoyed visiting with Captain Werner Nichtewitz today. Captain Nichtewitz is a Captain for the Regensburg Police Department in Germany. Thanks for checking out the museum and safe travels. ... See MoreSee Less
Beaumont Man Arrested for 2 Counts of Theft from a Person- Parkdale Mall (6155 Eastex)
On Thursday, May 23, 2019 at about 10:00 a.m., Beaumont Police responded to Parkdale Mall located at 6155 Eastex Freeway in reference to a theft that had just occurred. Witnesses stated the suspect had just stolen two purses from women inside the mall and was last seen running towards Fudruckers. Officers arrived in the area quickly and apprehended the suspect, identified as Moses Rhine at the intersection of Dowlen and Treadway. The victims were not injured during the theft. Rhine (an 18 year old Beaumont resident), who was paroled just two months ago, was transported to the Jefferson County Jail, charged with two counts of Theft from a Person (each a State Jail Felony). ... See MoreSee Less
Beaumont Police great job my girl already takes my money, i don’t need him taking it from her 👌🏾
Historically Moses parted the Red Sea, this Moses parted with two ladies handbags.
Thugs like this are ruining Beaumont.
A good reason to conceal carry.
School’s out for summer. Hide yo wife, hide yo kids...
He would have been injured trying to take my purse!
My question is where can this young man and others like him get a job so that he can stop this behavior while he is 18 and before he escalates to even worse crimes? Probably nowhere so the behavior will continue...
I saw this in person! Dude was out of steam! He ran across dowlen from the mall parking lot, and down the side of Best Buy! 4 cop cars came in and got his butt in the parking lot of steak & shake!
Build the wall.
Now that it's the last day of school our crime rate will rise. It's unfotunate for our citizens that we have to put up with these thieving young men and women. Believe it or not steeling is what they consider work. They also think it's funny. Some kids are raised in homes of thieves, some have older sibs or friends that are theives. There are plenty of jobs out there as starter jobs so that's no excuse. The sad part is these kids will end up robbing and or breaking into the home of a gun carrier.They will lose their life and give their family and friends a real broken heart.
Back to prison
Family, can only teach you the way to go, they can not make walk the right path.
Now maybe they'll keep his sorry a$$ locked up!!! And wipe that attitude off of his face! Great job BPD!!🤗🤗👍
Thank you Beaumont Police! I have stayed away from parkdale for these very reasons. I understand a woman was robbed at gunpoint near sears last month
I cant help but notice alot of these thieves, killers have those same kind of ears. Not all will do or are bad people ,but go through past pics . Especially recent crimes!!!
He looks like he could give 2 shits about what he did.
Sadly, until there are some real consequences for their actions this behavior will continue.
Excellent job BPD
this why i tell my mom i dont want her going there. call me & ill take her. would rather driver to central mall anyway
Dummy but innocent till proven guilty
Must have happened right after the mall opened? Doesn't it open at 10 a.m.?
Just paroled, go figure that!!!
Praying for him and the victims
I never go to the mall any more. They prohibit leagal weapons on there property and that is just inviting thugs.
Nothing to lose..he miss his man in the pen anyway..
Beaumont Man Arrested for Deadly Conduct, Unlawfully Carrying a Weapon & Tampering with Evidence.
On Tuesday, May 21, 2019, at 11:14 p.m., Beaumont Police responded to the 3200 block of Ashwood in reference to shots fired. When Officers arrived on scene they learned that a previous disturbance at the location, resulted in several people returning to the residence and firing multiple shots through the front door. No one was struck by the gunfire and witnesses stated that the suspects fled the area in a gray Honda SUV, possibly a Pilot. While officers were still on scene, one of the suspects made threats to several occupants of the residence via Facebook. A short time later, an additional shots fired call was reported near 4th and Cardinal involving the same suspect and vehicle descriptions.
At 3:55 a.m. a Beaumont Patrol Officer located the suspect vehicle, which was occupied by several individuals. Detectives responded to continue the investigation. After multiple witness statements, Denzel Dimitri Garner (24 year old Beaumont resident, pictured below in red with facial hair), was arrested and charged with two counts of deadly conduct, one count of tampering with evidence and one count of unlawfully carrying a weapon. Noah Danzel Landry (18 year old Beaumont resident, pictured below in white with short hair) who was also present during the crimes, was arrested for an outstanding Parole Violation.
Excellent work by our Patrol Officer for locating the suspect vehicle and our Persons Detectives for conducting a thorough follow-up investigation that led to the arrests of dangerous suspects. ... See MoreSee Less
On Tuesday May 21, 2019 the Beaumont Police Department swore in 4 new officers to serve and protect the city of Beaumont. Crime Stoppers Board members Lee Wheeler and Steve "Doc" Watson were there to congratulate the new officers.
Andrew Allen, is a 23 year old resident of Beaumont. Prior to joining the Beaumont Police Department, Andrew was a Corrections Officer.
Alejandro Guadian, is a 26 year old Beaumont resident. He attended Lamar University, where he earned his Bachelor’s and Masters Degrees is Criminal Justice. In addition, Alejandro was the Valedictorian of the Spring Lamar Institute of Technology Police Academy.
Brandon Prejean, is 38 years old and served five years in the United States Navy as a Military Police Officer. He attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science.
Joshua Sherman, is a 31 year old resident of Orange. He served 10 years in the United States Marine Corps prior to joining the Beaumont Police Department.
BPD also promoted Officer Michael Roberts to the rank of Sergeant- Michael Roberts is a 9 ½ year veteran of the Beaumont Police Department. He attended the University of Texas, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology. In addition, Michael currently holds his Master Peace Officer Certification. Most recently, Michael severed the Department as an Investigator in the Narcotics Unit. He is also an active member of the Beaumont SWAT Team. Upon promotion, Michael will be assigned to First Watch in the Patrol Division.
Crime Stoppers Board of Directors would like to say congratulations and thank you for what line of work you have chosen and know we are behind you all the way! ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE...Truck had been moved but the inside lane is still shut down in an effort to clean up the diesel spill. 3:49 p.m.
TRAFFIC ADVISORY...18 wheeler in the cable eastbound IH10 at fm365. There are no injuries in this single vehicle crash. Eastbound IH10 is down to 1 lane and traffic is backed up to Hamshire rd. The west bound lanes are also moving slowly. 2:55 p.m. ... See MoreSee Less
Last night at approximately 10:38pm officers responded to 2248 Gulfway Drive in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located a juvenile black male that had sustained a gunshot wound and died from his injuries on scene. The Criminal Investigation Division is following up on leads and information gathered on scene.
If you have any information on this or any other crime, call Crime Stoppers of SETX at 409-833-TIPS (8477). You won't be asked your name and you may be eligible for a CASH reward. You can also make an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers by downloading the P3 Tips app on your smartphone. ... See MoreSee Less
Sheriff Everhart was honored to present certificates of completion to the 5th grade classes of Upper Scioto Valley and Hardin Northern Schools during D.A.R.E. graduation ceremonies on Tuesday, May 21st. The 10 week D.A.R.E. class instructed by Deputy Christina Henderson, provides cutting edge instruction that helps prevent drug use by developing basic, core skills needed for safe and responsible choices…skills that extend well beyond drugs to healthy and mature choices in life. ... See MoreSee Less