robbery

Henrique Rivas

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Warrant Division is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a dangerous fugitive. According to a sheriff’s office press release, Henrique Rivas is a suspect in an aggravated robbery in Beaumont on Friday, April 23, 2015. A resident was gardening in his yard in the 900 block of Goliad Street when Rivas approached, displayed a gun and demanded money, the press release said.

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Lakendrick Jarone Sonnier

A man who robbed a Whataburger in Pinehurst was arrested after reportedly being recognized as a former employee of the franchise store, reports the Pinehurst Police Department.

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Investigators with the City of Orange Police Department are looking for the suspect who robbed Food Mart #2 in Orange on Easter Sunday night, reports OPD.

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The Beaumont Police Department is searching for a suspect in the early morning weekend robbery of a Beaumont business, reports BPD.

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Jamison Dwight Monroe

Early Thursday morning, March 12, at around 3:57, BPD officers responded to an apartment in the 6500 block of Phelan in Beaumont in reference to an aggravated robbery that just occurred. Dispatch advised that the suspect held the victims up at gunpoint and entered the residence.

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Orange Police are currently searching for a male and female who robbed a convenience store there on Monday evening, March 2, reports the Orange Police Department.

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Kwick Stop robbery

UPDATED:

Police in Pinehurst are poised to arrest a known suspect who they believe robbed the Kwick Stop #2 convenience store twice in as many days, robbed another Orange County store and attempted to rob another, reports the Pinehurst Police Department.

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The Lamar University Police Department is still searching for the suspect in the theft of a cell phone forcibly taken from a student on campus on Feb. 9.

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Christopher M. Carmon Thomas

A 23-year-old Houston man has been sentenced to federal prison for robbing a bank in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John Malcolm Bales on Feb. 4.  

According to a news release, Christopher M. Carmon Thomas pleaded guilty on July 29, 2014 to bank robbery and was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison Feb. 4 by U.S. District Judge Thad Heartfield. Thomas was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $2,309.00.

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Police in Beaumont are searching for a suspect in the early morning aggravated robbery of a Fast Lane convenience store on Jan. 18, reports the Beaumont Police Department.

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