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Beaumont city leaders making cuts for surplus in budget
BEAUMONT - by Jennifer Gordy

Beaumont city leaders are looking for ways to cut the budget, but not because the city's in financial trouble.

"Overall, we're financially stable," said Ward 4 city council member Jamie Smith. "It's just that we're trying to cut back about two million dollars looking out towards the future."

Smith said the city is looking to cut positions through attrition, meaning positions that are vacated may not be refilled.

All in an effort to make sure the city has a surplus on hand for the next fiscal year in the event of an emergency such as a hurricane.

"Immediately, if something happens we can start mobilizing our group get them out there get things cleaned up for our citizens," said Smith.

The budget also includes $7.5 million a year to rebuild city streets.

"We need a little bit more work done in say the north side of town and areas like where I live," said Beaumont resident Oscar Taylor. "I live in Old Town and our streets are really in bad shape."

Smith says the removal of these railroad tracks will allow easier access to Riverfront Park where the city hopes for future development along the river.

"We're all about redeveloping and making downtown as viable as we possibly can," Smith said.

That sounds like a good idea to life-long Beaumont resident Oscar Taylor.

"We need tourist attractions, he said. "We need areas like that."

Council member Smith made another point.

"I don't want people to think we are cutting back because we are in financial difficulty. That's just not true," he said. "We're just trying to look forward to the future."

A future in which the city has a rainy day surplus should the need arise.


Jury convicts Kelvin Roy of murder

ORANGE - A jury has convicted Kelvin Roy of murdering a Vidor teenage girl after crashing into her family's car.

KFDM's Haley Bull is covering the trial of Kelvin Roy. Stay with KFDM and kfdm.com for updates.

The jury in Judge Dennis Powell's courtroom began deliberating at about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday and returned with the guilty verdict shortly before 4:45 p.m. The judge told the crowd there should be on outbursts. There were gasps and cries from the audience when the verdict was announced.

Roy, 32, could receive up to a life sentence. The punishment phase is tentatively set to begin at 9 a.m. Thursday.

The trial began Monday in Judge Dennis Powell's court.

Roy was convicted of murder in the death of Alexandria Bertrand, 16, known as Lexy to her family and friends. She was a student at Vidor High School.

The teen died following a collision February 7 on Old Highway 90 in Vidor. Investigators say Kelvin Roy crashed into a van driven by the teen's mother. Bertrand died at a hospital the following day.

Prosecutors say Roy deliberately drove into the van while high on drugs. His girlfriend was in the car with him when he left Beaumont and got onto the Interstate. She says he never tried to stop when he crashed into the van. Roy's attorney says his client didn't intend to crash into the van.

During closing arguments, prosecutors showed a picture of Lexy smiling and then showed the jury an autopsy picture. There were gasps and tears.

The prosecutor said, "this case is about Lexy Bertrand, this beautiful, 16 year old girl, a big sister to three young brothers."

The prosecutor showed a picture of an identification bracelet around Bertrand's ankle and said, "this band around her ankle is the last piece of jewelry Lexy will ever receive or wear. There won't be a senior ring. There won't be a wedding ring. There won't be a locket that had maybe a lock of her child's hair in it. This is it."

Here is a summary of closing arguments and reporting from Haley via Twitter (from most recent to earliest):

Roy's handcuffs are back on as he is taken out of the courtroom during the recess.

Arguments are finished. Jury deliberations are starting.

Prosecutor: "the loss to Lexy's family and the community cannot be restored."

Roy appears neutral throughout the arguments.

Prosecutor tells jurors voluntary intoxication is not a defense.

Prosecutor says about Roy's testimony: "that's not what happened... That's not what the evidence shows in this case, not at all."

Prosecutor asks jury about Brown: "what reason does she have to lie? Really? She doesn't."

State making final argument.

"... There's no way he intended to hurt anybody."

He says "a murder indictment doesn't fit these facts. It's a manslaughter case clear and simple"..

Attorney: "if this was less tragic I believe it would have been charged as manslaughter."

Attorney says jury will have to decide between Roy and Brown's story, "would you invest with her? I wouldn't feel comfortable."

Attorney said "there really wasn't much an investigation done", that state is asking jury to believe intoxicated woman

Attorney about Roy: "I'm not trying to say he's innocent..." Goes on to say but "the intent to murder doesn't add up."

Attorney says about Brown: "the greater fact is the inconsistency, someone going back and forth on this can't be trusted."

Attorney says medical records and notes do not show Brown mentioning Roy tried to kill her.

Attorney shows Brown's record from the emergency room, showing intoxication, claiming that contradicts her statements to jury.

Attorney says all of the sudden she's involved in a huge wreck and thinks "I need to get out of this situation."

Attorney argues Brown had a reason to lie.

Attorney: "all the evidence they had supported intoxication and not intent", toxicology reports showed clear evidence of drinking and drugs."

Attorney: "the evidence is overwhelming for intoxication."

Attorney says Brown's testimony was only one for intent.

Asks jury to "ignore the emotional onslaught" prosecutors showed, says it was added for shock value.

And the consequences are what they are."

Prosecutor: "basically what he did was he might have strapped a parachute to his back, stepped out of a plane..."

Talking about Roy's drug use, prosecutor says "picking up that PCP cigarette was a choice the defendant made."

Prosecutor tells jury witness accounts contradict Roy's statements, asks where was the man he was going to pay during the case?

Prosecutor quotes a witness, saying Brown told the witness after the impact "he's trying to kill us.

Prosecutor is summarizing witness testimony on hearing the acceleration right before the crash.

Prosecutor says Brown is "no shining nickle"... But "that's his association, that's his girlfriend."

".. There won't be a locket that had maybe a lock of her child's hair in it, this is it."

"Is the last piece of jewelry that Lexy will ever receive or wear. There won't be a senior ring, there won't be a wedding ring."

Showing picture of identification bracelet around Bertrand's ankle, prosecutor says: "This band around her ankle..."

Prosecutor shows a picture of a smiling Bertrand to the jury, followed by an autopsy photo. Gasps and years from audience follow.

Prosecutor: "this case is about Lexy Bertrand, this beautiful, 16 year old girl, a big sister to three young brothers."

Prosecutor: "Lexy is a victim of the defendant's intended consequences."

State starting closing arguments.

And if the act caused Bertrand's death.

The jury will consider if Roy intentionally tried to injure Brown, if Roy intentionally drove the vehicle into another...

And committing an act, running his vehicle into another, causing the death of Lexy Bertrand.\Judge is explaining to the jury the charge. Roy's accused of intending to cause serious bodily injury to Taralynn Brown (his gf).

Trial is back underway. Roy is charged with murder, he pleads not guilty


Jury begins deliberations in Kelvin Roy murder trial

ORANGE - The jury has begun deliberating in the Kelvin Roy murder trial in Orange after both sides finished closing arguments.

KFDM's Haley Bull is covering the trial of Kelvin Roy. Stay with KFDM and kfdm.com for updates.

Kelvin Roy, 32, could receive up to a life sentence if a jury in Orange County convicts him of murder. His trial began Monday in Judge Dennis Powell's court.

Roy is charged with murder in the death of Alexandria Bertrand, 16, known as Lexy to her family and friends. She was a student at Vidor High School.

The teen died following a collision February 7 on Old Highway 90 in Vidor. Investigators say Kelvin Roy crashed into a van driven by the teen's mother. Bertrand died at a hospital the following day.

Prosecutors say Roy deliberately drove into the van while high on drugs. His girlfriend was in the car with him when he left Beaumont and got onto the Interstate. She says he never tried to stop when he crashed into the van. Roy's attorney says his client didn't intend to crash into the van.

During closing arguments, prosecutors showed a picture of Lexy smiling and then showed the jury an autopsy picture. There were gasps and tears.

The prosecutor said, "this case is about Lexy Bertrand, this beautiful, 16 year old girl, a big sister to three young brothers."

The prosecutor showed a picture of an identification bracelet around Bertrand's ankle and said, "this band around her ankle is the last piece of jewelry Lexy will ever receive or wear. There won't be a senior ring. There won't be a wedding ring. There won't be a locket that had maybe a lock of her child's hair in it. This is it."

Here is a summary of closing arguments and reporting from Haley via Twitter (from most recent to earliest):

Roy's handcuffs are back on as he is taken out of the courtroom during the recess.

Arguments are finished. Jury deliberations are starting.

Prosecutor: "the loss to Lexy's family and the community cannot be restored."

Roy appears neutral throughout the arguments.

Prosecutor tells jurors voluntary intoxication is not a defense.

Prosecutor says about Roy's testimony: "that's not what happened... That's not what the evidence shows in this case, not at all."

Prosecutor asks jury about Brown: "what reason does she have to lie? Really? She doesn't."

State making final argument.

"... There's no way he intended to hurt anybody."

He says "a murder indictment doesn't fit these facts. It's a manslaughter case clear and simple"..

Attorney: "if this was less tragic I believe it would have been charged as manslaughter."

Attorney says jury will have to decide between Roy and Brown's story, "would you invest with her? I wouldn't feel comfortable."

Attorney said "there really wasn't much an investigation done", that state is asking jury to believe intoxicated woman

Attorney about Roy: "I'm not trying to say he's innocent..." Goes on to say but "the intent to murder doesn't add up."

Attorney says about Brown: "the greater fact is the inconsistency, someone going back and forth on this can't be trusted."

Attorney says medical records and notes do not show Brown mentioning Roy tried to kill her.

Attorney shows Brown's record from the emergency room, showing intoxication, claiming that contradicts her statements to jury.

Attorney says all of the sudden she's involved in a huge wreck and thinks "I need to get out of this situation."

Attorney argues Brown had a reason to lie.

Attorney: "all the evidence they had supported intoxication and not intent", toxicology reports showed clear evidence of drinking and drugs."

Attorney: "the evidence is overwhelming for intoxication."

Attorney says Brown's testimony was only one for intent.

Asks jury to "ignore the emotional onslaught" prosecutors showed, says it was added for shock value.

And the consequences are what they are."

Prosecutor: "basically what he did was he might have strapped a parachute to his back, stepped out of a plane..."

Talking about Roy's drug use, prosecutor says "picking up that PCP cigarette was a choice the defendant made."

Prosecutor tells jury witness accounts contradict Roy's statements, asks where was the man he was going to pay during the case?

Prosecutor quotes a witness, saying Brown told the witness after the impact "he's trying to kill us.

Prosecutor is summarizing witness testimony on hearing the acceleration right before the crash.

Prosecutor says Brown is "no shining nickle"... But "that's his association, that's his girlfriend."

".. There won't be a locket that had maybe a lock of her child's hair in it, this is it."

"Is the last piece of jewelry that Lexy will ever receive or wear. There won't be a senior ring, there won't be a wedding ring."

Showing picture of identification bracelet around Bertrand's ankle, prosecutor says: "This band around her ankle..."

Prosecutor shows a picture of a smiling Bertrand to the jury, followed by an autopsy photo. Gasps and years from audience follow.

Prosecutor: "this case is about Lexy Bertrand, this beautiful, 16 year old girl, a big sister to three young brothers."

Prosecutor: "Lexy is a victim of the defendant's intended consequences."

State starting closing arguments.

And if the act caused Bertrand's death.

The jury will consider if Roy intentionally tried to injure Brown, if Roy intentionally drove the vehicle into another...

And committing an act, running his vehicle into another, causing the death of Lexy Bertrand.\Judge is explaining to the jury the charge. Roy's accused of intending to cause serious bodily injury to Taralynn Brown (his gf).

Trial is back underway. Roy is charged with murder, he pleads not guilty

BPD searching for Dollar General robber on Dowlen near Westgate

BEAUMONT - Beaumont police are searching for a man who robbed the Dollar General store on Dowlen near Westgate at about 1:15 p.m. Wednesday.

He didn't display a weapon and no one was hurt.

KFDM News has a crew at the scene. Stay with KFDM and kfdm.com for updates.

Murder defendant says he didn't deliberately crash into van to kill teen girl; says "I just wish they forgive me for my accidents"

ORANGE COUNTY - A man charged with murdering a teenage girl by deliberately driving into her family's van testified in his defense and told jurors "I just wish they forgive me for my accidents."

KFDM's Haley Bull is covering the trial of Kelvin Roy. She reports the jury will hear closing arguments at about 1:15 after the jury receives the charge. Stay with KFDM and kfdm.com for updates.

Kelvin Roy, 32, could receive up to a life sentence if a jury in Orange County convicts him of murder. His trial began Monday in Judge Dennis Powell's court.

Roy is charged with murder in the death of Alexandria Bertrand, 16, known as Lexy to her family and friends. She was a student at Vidor High School.

The teen died following a collision February 7 on Old Highway 90 in Vidor. Investigators say Kelvin Roy crashed into a van driven by the teen's mother. Bertrand died at a hospital the following day.

Prosecutors say Roy deliberately drove into the van while high on drugs. His girlfriend was in the car with him when he left Beaumont and got onto the Interstate. She says he never tried to stop when he crashed into the van. Roy's attorney says his client didn't intend to crash into the van.

Here is a summary of Kelvin Roy's testimony documented by Haley through Twitter:

Roy says he and his girlfriend were together at the time of accident. His girlfriend had called their relationship on-again, off-again.  

Roy says his girlfriend drank a lot. He would leave sometimes "..cuz she'd get so angry at me I'd leave."

Asked if he'd ever threatened her with bodily injury or death? Roy says "no sir."

Roy admits gf had filed a protective order against him in 2012 after a physical altercation, but they were back together at time of crash.

Roy says he's used crack cocaine, PCP and marijuana in his past. Used marijuana every day, PCP about twice a month.

Describing effects Roy says "sometimes it wouldn't even effect, sometimes it does."

..."you'd get dizzy like you'd lose consciousness, like where I'm at and things like that."

Roy says the drugs officers said they found around and in the car weren't his.

Roy says they weren't going to get food, but to pay a man for fixing gf's car brakes.

Roy says he drank and smoked marijuana in the car, but never got in an argument or became enraged with gf.

After leaving trailer they went to pay, Roy says he lit a cigarette. "It was dipped into a fluid."

Roy says gf brought drinks in the car, left kids at home while they left.

Asked if wreck was an unintended consequence of him driving recklessly? Roy says yes.

Asked if he intended to drive at freeway speeds down Main St., Roy says no.

Roy says he didn't have an intent to injure gf or anyone else on road.

Roy says he knew risk of drinking, using drugs and driving, he considers his actions reckless and takes responsibility for death.

Roy: "I believe it was the effect from the PCP."

Roy says he thought he was driving to Beaumont, didn't recall argument before passing out.

Roy says he knew risk of drinking, using drugs and driving, he considers his actions reckless and takes responsibility for death.

Roy says he didn't have an intent to injure gf or anyone else on road,

Asked if he intended to drive at freeway speeds down Main St., Roy says no.

Asked if wreck was an unintended consequence of him driving recklessly? Roy says yes.

Roy: "I feel terrible right now. I feel a lot of remorse in my heart and I pray, I pray for the family of the daughter..."

Roy: "... And I just wish they forgive me for my accidents."

Cross examination beginning.

Prosecutor is going through lengthy list of Roy's criminal history, including felony possessions and assault family violence.

Asked if he drove into a vehicle? Roy says "no ma'am I was passed out at the time."

Asked if his vehicle collided into the minivan, resulting in Bertrand's death, Roy says "yes ma'am that's what I was told."

Roy says he buys his drugs "from off the streets," he buys his cigarettes already "dipped", cost about $10 each.

Asked why he smokes, Roy says "I don't know I just do."

Why did Roy choose to smoke day of crash? Roy: "I don't know I guess I was having fun."

Asked why Roy smoked PCP in driveway, he says "I had no idea I just lit it."

Roy: "it's not that I don't care, I just didn't expect anything to happen."

Roy says he didn't remember where he was, that he didn't have any control on South Main St.

Roy: "if you pass out and your foot's on the gas, I believe your foot would be heavy on the gas."

Asked about claims he was swerving in and out of traffic on the highway, Roy says about gf "maybe she grabbed the steering wheel."

Asked if his gf was happy about him smoking, Roy says "she just looked at me and said why you lighting up?.."

Roy: "...and I just blew it off because I was fixed on getting home to the kids.

Asked if it makes sense he smoked PCP and wanted to get home to the kids, Roy says "it does to me." 

Roy denies his gf's claims he started smoking on the interstate, became enraged and said he was going to kill them both

Prosecutor tells Roy: "tell the truth Mr.Roy."

Roy: "after we were on South Main I didn't even recall her talking to me."

Roy says he had no intent to hurt anyone.

Roy: "like I said before I was passed out at the steering wheel."

Roy says he doesn't recall the accident.

Defense calls director of medical records from Baptist Hospital to the stand.

Witness says looking at gf's medical records, that she tested positive for opiates and cannabis.

Prosecution has no questions for the witness, she is done testifying.

Judge says jury is excused before closing arguments while the court finalizes Roy's charge, will start back at 1:15.

The final witness for the prosecution Wednesday morning was Dr. John Ralston, a forensic pathologist. He conducted the autopsy on Lexy Bertrand. He testified she had multiple injuries around her head and died from blunt force trauma. There was an emotional moment in the courtroom when prosecutors showed jurors Lexy's autopsy photographs. Lexi's mother was not in the courtroom during the testimony but returned when Dr. Ralston finished.

(From Tuesday ) ORANGE COUNTY - Witnesses for the prosecution tonight have offered damaging testimony in the trial of a man charged with deliberately driving into a van and causing a collision that killed a teenage girl from Vidor.

Stay with KFDM and kfdm.com for Haley's updated reports.

Kelvin Roy, 32, could receive up to a life sentence if a jury in Orange County convicts him of murder. His trial began Monday in Judge Dennis Powell's court.

Roy is charged with murder in the death of Alexandria Bertrand, 16, known as Lexy to her family and friends. She was a student at Vidor High School.

The teen died following a collision February 7 on Old Highway 90 in Vidor. Investigators say Kelvin Roy crashed into a van driven by the teen's mother. Bertrand died at a hospital the following day.

Prosecutors say Roy deliberately drove into the van while high on drugs. His girlfriend was in the car with him when he left Beaumont and got onto the Interstate. She says he never tried to stop when he crashed into the van. Roy's attorney says his client didn't intend to crash into the van.

It was a long, and at points, emotional day in court, as the case entered its second day of trial.

Today the jury heard hours of testimony from police, a trooper and toxicologists, describing the crash scene and what their investigations revealed.

A Vidor police officer said Bertrand's mother told them they were on their way from Walmart to a dollar store, because Lexy wanted to buy something for a boy she liked. The officer described the wreck saying, "It just looked like a war zone, like a bomb went off."

A Vidor police sergeant said, "That's probably one of the worst accidents I have seen, especially in that area."

A Vidor police officer who saw Roy after the collision described Roy as "lethargic. That he just kind of had this wild, thousand yard stare."

Officers described finding clear, plastic bags of what they believes to be marijuana near Roy's car and a bag filled with what they believed to be crack cocaine in the driver's side of the car.

Toxicogists testified Roy tested positive for THC and PCP in blood samples.

An analyst revealed his blood alcohol level, though, was within legal limits. 

Roy's attorney made a point to ask each officer if they had evidence Roy intended to cause the wreck.

Roy appeared neutral throughout the trial. 

There were tears from Bertrand's family and friends when the prosecution showed jurors pictures of the mangled van after the wreck. 

The trial will continue Wednesday morning when the prosecution is expected to call one more witness.

Boil Water Notice for Rose City

ROSE CITY - The City of Rose City is notifying customers they need to boil their water prior to consumption.

The City issued the boil water notice after a pipe was broken during construction to place new fire hydrants in the city.

People who live in Rose City should boil their water until further notice.

If you have any questions, call Rose City Hall at (409) 769-6809.

If you want to contact the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, call (512) 239-4691.

Monitoring low pressure area in Gulf

GULF OF MEXICO - We're monitoring an area of low pressure moving west toward south Texas or northern Mexico.

Watch KFDM News, KFDM Weather and stay with kfdm.com for updates.

We have a 60% chance of rain Wednesday through Saturday.

According to the National Hurricane Center, shower and thunderstorm activity associated with a weak low pressure area located over the northwestern Gulf of Mexico has increased during the past few hours.

Some additional development is possible before the system moves inland over southern Texas and northern Mexico on Thursday.

An Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft is scheduled to investigate this system later today, if necessary.

* Formation chance through 48 hours...low...20 percent.

* Formation chance through 5 days...low...20 percent.

List by states of unaccompanied undocumented children released to sponsors

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Office of Refugee Resettlement has released a list by state of the number of unaccompanied undocumented children released to sponsors.

List by states of unaccompanied undocumented children released to sponsors

According to the information, when a child who is not accompanied by a parent or legal guardian is apprehended by immigration authorities, the child is transferred to the care and custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR).  Federal law requires that ORR feed, shelter, and provide medical care for unaccompanied children until it is able to release them to safe settings with sponsors (usually family members), while they await immigration proceedings. These sponsors live in many states.

Sponsors are adults who are suitable to provide for the child's physical and mental well-being and have not engaged in any activity that would indicate a potential risk to the child. All sponsors must pass a background check. The sponsor must agree to ensure the child's presence at all future immigration proceedings. They also must agree to ensure the minor reports to ICE for removal from the United States if an immigration judge issues a removal order or voluntary departure order. 

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