Assault, aggravated robbery lowlight last week’s indictments

Published 12:22 am Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Assault cases top the list of cases that were indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury recently.

  • Whitney. M. Carlile, 35, of Beaumont was indicted for assault on a public servant for an incident that occurred Dec. 2
  • Whitney. M. Carlile, 35, of Beaumont was indicted for assault on a public servant for an incident that occurred Dec. 2
  • Jamon Amaray Cariss, 22, of Port Arthur was indicted for assault on a peace officer for an incident that occurred Dec. 26.
  • Jerry Dewayne Dryden, 37, of Beaumont was indicted for fraudulent use of identifying information for an incident that occurred May 15, 2020.
  • Stormy Nicole Folwell, 29, of Nome was indicted for unlawful possession of a firearm by felon for an incident that occurred June 27.
  • Weldon Ford, 50, of Port Arthur was indicted for retaliation for an incident that occurred Dec. 25.
  • Shamara Unique George, 19, of Beaumont was indicted for assault on a peace officer for an incident that occurred Nov. 19.
  • Ronald Dewayne Gibson, 37, of Beaumont was indicted for felony theft with prior theft convictions for an incident that occurred Nov. 16.
  • Ronald Dewayne Gibson, 37, of Beaumont was indicted for felony theft with possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, an incident that occurred Nov. 16.
  • Brian Deshun Harrell, 26, of Beaumont was indicted for aggravated robbery for an incident that occurred Jan. 10.
  • Joseph Lee Manuel, 27, of Beaumont was indicted for aggravated robbery for an incident that occurred Jan. 10.
  • Marcus Garvey Morris, 20, of Beaumont was indicted for aggravated robbery for an incident that occurred Jan. 10.
  • Brian Deshun Harrell, 26, of Beaumont was indicted for tampering with physical evidence for an incident that occurred Jan. 10.
  • Brittany S. Hayes, 28, of Port Arthur was indicted for aggravated assault for an incident that occurred Jan. 26.
  • Clinton Joseph Johnson, 23, of Beaumont was indicted for unlawful possession of firearm by felon for an incident that occurred Oct. 27.
  • Kenneth Roy Johnson, 55, of Beaumont was indicted for burglary of a habitation for an incident that occurred April 26, 2017.
  • Robert Earl Kelly, 63, transient of Beaumont, was indicted for terroristic threat against a peace officer for an incident that occurred Nov. 7.
  • Brian Keith McZeal, 25, of Port Arthur was indicted for felony criminal mischief for an incident that occurred Jan. 3.
  • Jennifer Lorraine Moore, 30, of Groves was indicted for deadly conduct for an incident that occurred Dec. 26.
  • Bernice Edward Simmons, 43, of Lumberton was indicted for possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, for an incident that occurred May 25.
  • Christie Leeann Smith, 36, of Winnie was indicted for felony theft, aggregation amounts, for incidents that occurred on or about March 3, 2017 to one or about Sept. 17, 2019.
  • Steven Ray Crabtree, 59, of Winnie was indicted for felony theft, aggregation amounts, for incidents that occurred on or about March 3, 2017 to one or about Sept. 17, 2019.
  • Randy Christopher Shuler, 38, of Orange was indicted for possession of a controlled substance, cocaine for an incident that occurred Oct. 11.
  • Diego A. Tzampop-Gameza, 25, of Beaumont was indicted for evading arrest/detention use of a vehicle for an incident that occurred Dec. 18.
  • Paul Edward Westbrooks, 29, of Beaumont was indicted for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon for an incident that occurred Oct. 28.
  • Paul Edward Westbrooks, 29, of Beaumont was indicted for aggravated assault for an incident that occurred Oct. 28.
  • Robert James Williams, 40, of Port Arthur was indicted for injury to an elderly individual for an incident that occurred Jan. 11.
  • Robert James Williams, 40, of Port Arthur was indicted for felony criminal mischief for a incident that occurred Nov. 18.

An indictment is not a final conviction of guilt; it is only a ruling by the grand jury that allows the district attorney’s office to proceed with a criminal case.

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