Jefferson County Courts

Langston Adams

With a vote from the Jefferson County’s Commissioner’s Court on Monday, Feb. 24, a Port Arthur lawyer and a personal family friend of Judge John Paul Davis was appointed the newest judge of County Court at Law No. 3.

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A trial date has been set for a Beaumont woman charged in the death of a woman as she rode her bicycle on MLK Parkway in Beaumont.

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Bobby Shaun Frederick

A Groves man has pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a lengthy prison term for multiple molestations of two underage girls.

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Former Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office employee Sydni Laraie Key was indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury Feb.

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A Fairview man has been charged with felony theft of an elderly car salesman in a possible multi-county, multi-victim plot to get something for nothing. 

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Judge John Paul Davis

Feb. 10, Judge John Paul Davis, one of Jefferson County’s longest-running public servants, passed away at his home.

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Lindsey Scott

After Jefferson County’s 252nd Criminal District Court was vacated by Judge Layne Walker, who announced his departure late in 2013, Gov. Rick Perry has appointed 34-year-old Lindsey Scott,  one of many criminal prosecutors currently working at the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office, to the position.

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Cory Crenshaw (left) with Judge John Stevens

With one of the most important seats in the Jefferson County criminal justice system vacated, Gov.

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Kevin Dwayne Riles

A Beaumont man has pleaded guilty to sexually molesting a 12-year-old girl before a jury was to decide his fate.

Kevin Dwayne Riles, 23, of Beaumont, was indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury Feb. 28, 2013, on an aggravated sexual assault of a child charge, a first-degree felony.

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 A Beaumont teen is free after pleading guilty to stealing high-powered weaponry from the trunk of a Beaumont police cruiser.

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