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Carol Flatten (left) is passing the torch to Carol Eddins.

Carol Flatten, who has been with the Foundation for Southeast Texas for more than a decade, is retiring. She said she loves the foundation and feels a great sense of reward at her accomplishments while she worked there, but it will soon be all over. Flatten said she will miss her position as executive director for an organization that serves numerous area nonprofits and countless local citizens, but she is also thrilled.

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Press release from the U.S Attorney's Office, Southern District:

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Gettysburg photo by Judge John Stevens

 

By John B. Stevens Jr.

Special to The Examiner

 

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Paul Al Guillory III

A Winnie man has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a young girl after he drugged her and gave the youngster alcohol before sexually molesting her while she was unconscious.

Paul Al Guillory III, 29, was indicted April 4 by a Jefferson County grand jury for sexual assault of a child, a second-degree felony.

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Vaughn Days

 

A California man is being held on a $100,000 bond in the Jefferson County Jail after a 2-year-old he was baby-sitting suffered severe brain injuries.

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Bryson Miguel Cendejas

More than two weeks after pleading guilty to the felony theft of an elderly woman’s life savings, a Nederland man learned he will serve hard time after his original plea deal was scrapped by a Jefferson County judge.

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A liquor store clerk is in stable condition at St. Elizabeth Hospital after what Nederland Police say was an aggravated robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.

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A liquor store clerk is in stable condition at St. Elizabeth Hospital after what Nederland Police say was an aggravated robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.

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Rebecca Johnson McWhorter

 

A Kountze woman has pleaded guilty to stealing over $80,000 from a Beaumont restaurant where she worked as a server.

Rebecca Johnson McWhorter, 44, was indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury Aug. 29 for felony theft.

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