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Jefferson County Judge Lupe Flores dies at 65

BEAUMONT  -- Judge Larry Thorne confirms Jefferson County Court at Law #2 Lupe Flores passed way this morning.   

Judge Thorne said "He was a wonderful person, wonderful judge.  He dedicated his life to working and helping the people in Jefferson County.  

"He was always cooking for various causes and donating his cooking ability and time to various causes.  Jefferson County has lost a hero."

Boyett Trial -- Haley Bull is tweeting from the trial

KOUNTZE  -- KFDM's Haley Bull is tweeting from the Crystal Boyett trial in Kountze. 

The 41-year-old defendant from Kirbyville faces three counts of manslaughter and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for a fatal collision last year.

Connely Burns, 20, and the unborn son she'd named Tyson, died in the collision, as did Burns' sister, Courtney Sterling, 15. Their mother was critically injured and spent months recovering.


District Attorney David Sheffield tells KFDM News his office is trying Boyett for the death of Connely Burns. Sheffield tells us he's holding open the possibility, in the future, of trying Boyett for the other deaths and the injury to the mother.

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You can read the trial as it happened, by starting at the bottom and reading up.


Newest tweets are on top  -- older tweets are on the bottom.  

Haley Bull

The man said when he got to the wreck he saw one officer walking through the ditch. He estimates he was the first civilian there @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Man says the police were about 15-20 seconds behind the camaro when he saw them @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Man said he received his statement and read it, but no need to refresh his memory @kfdmnews

 Haley Bull

Defense questions him about whether he reviewed testimony with the DA's office @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Man says the car passed him in the right hand lane @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

"I feared for my life and I feared for anybody else's life that was on the highway that night" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

He got to wreckage, "pretty much looked like a bomb had gone off" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

"Shook my vehicle, shook my steering wheel," man says. Saw cops go by @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Man says when he was turning on Hwy 96 he saw police lights, as he got into turning lane he saw camaro pass @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

State calls next witness, man who was eating at the corner of Dennis and Hwy 96 w/family @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Defense questions her. Woman said she saw the car for about two seconds @kfdmnews

aley Bull

Woman says she was shaken up, and had her children in the car. Had to see wreck. "It was very difficult to drive home that night" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

"I was furious. I was relieved at the same time thinking she could have hit us..." @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

"I looked in my rear view mirror and saw the emergency operators passing me" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

When she called 911 she found out the accident had already happened while she was on the phone @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

She says she grabbed her phone and called 911, "Because she was going to hurt somebody" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

She says was in outside lane and a truck on the inside lane, the car went around them in either the turning lane or oncoming traffic

Haley Bull

She says "I saw this car go pass me at a very high rate of speed... It was a camaro" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

She is a woman from Sour Lake coming home from basketball game passing through Lumberton, driving south on Hwy 96 @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Jury files back in, state calls their 7th witness to the stand @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Court back in session @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

No other witnesses were called before lunch. Testimony will resume at 1:25 pm

Haley Bull

Man tells courtroom about Camaro: "I winced when I saw it so close to my car. I thought it was gonna hit us."

Haley Bull

...but in rear view mirror saw it was a Camaro. Man said he turned around and was going to call. Instead he assisted on scene

Haley Bull

Witness #6 is a Silsbee man driving north on Hwy. 96 in Lumberton. Said a vehicle drove by so fast at first he couldn't see it.

Haley Bull

On the stand, the dispatcher said the severity of the call led her to ask and make sure the officers were okay.

Haley Bull

During the recording, the dispatcher asks if all the units are okay. The officer confirms.

Haley Bull

The state calls another witness, a radio dispatcher, to the stand and plays another recording

Haley Bull

The recording plays an officer reporting a 1050 major at the split.

Haley Bull

The recording plays several other 911 calls about the camaro, and an officer estimating it's speed at 130 mph

Haley Bull

Another recording is played. You can hear a transfer call, asking Lumberton to be notified of a Camaro traveling 100 mph

Haley Bull

Next witness state called was a Hardin County 911 operator

Haley Bull

The man says he saw a red Camaro "it was fast and when it passed me it was fast enough to shake my truck," and called 911

Haley Bull

To catch up on what happened during our tweet-break... The state called a man driving in Jasper Co.

Haley Bull

Other reporter relays to media bailiff has asked us to stop tweeting

Haley Bull

Defense objects part way through recording, volume is an issue again

Haley Bull

Second part of recording played now

Haley Bull

Dispatch confirms that was the voice of the trooper (the first witness)

Haley Bull

Dispatch: "It's a red Camaro"

Haley Bull

Dispatcher says she is notifying Silsbee "Hang on I think I have another 911 on it"

Haley Bull

Dispatch: "I think you guys see the same vehicle" Dispatch says other law enforcement north of Kirbyville

Haley Bull

While on with trooper, dispatch says " I got a 911 reckless driver in Buna"

Haley Bull

Recording reveals dispatch checking location of deputy when trooper calls in

Haley Bull

Judge gives thumbs up to volume

Haley Bull

Take two

Haley Bull

Some disruption because volume is very low, jury nods in agreement with judge that it's hard to hear.

Haley Bull

Recording shows dispatch sending warning of red camaro "trooper said it was 100 plus"

Haley Bull

Recording is played for court now

Haley Bull

Dispatcher says it is a true and accurate recording, evidence admitted


Haley Bull

Defense objects to evidence

Haley Bull

States exhibit 3 shown to dispatcher. It's a disc

Haley Bull

Dispatcher says everything they deal with is recorded

Haley Bull

Court in session. Second witness called, dispatch supervisor in Jasper Co.

Haley Bull

Boyett joins others exiting the courtroom

Haley Bull

Court takes 10 minute break

Haley Bull

Witness passed 


Haley Bull

Exhibit #2 shown to trooper. Defense objects. Trooper says it shows zoomed in map of Hwy. 96 from Buna to Silsbee @kfdmnews

Haley Bull @

Map shown on screen @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Defense questions trooper again @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

State cross examines now @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Trooper describes curves on road, said he went to Evadale looking for vehicle @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Trooper said he made several contacts with other officers, offered his assistance if needed and told there were enough resources available

Haley Bull

Defense wants to know how long it took trooper to turn around and look for a wrecked vehicle

Haley Bull

Defense questions the trooper about how fast the car is able to go

Haley Bull

Trooper: "I've seen vehicles go fast and I know what it looks like when they go by, never seen one going that fast"

Haley Bull

Trooper said the highest speed he has clocked was a motorcycle at 144 mph and a car at 126 mph

Haley Bull

Trooper said the margin of error on the radar is close to 1 mph

Haley Bull

Trooper describes how the radar is calibrated and tested

Haley Bull

Defense: "why would you take a radar reading of what you thought was a police car?"

Haley Bull

Trooper: "I just couldn't believe it was going that fast so I turned my radar on"

Haley Bull

Defense establishing trooper's location and position

Haley Bull  ·

Defense now questions trooper @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

When describing his location trooper asks Boyetts attorney if he knows where the Donut Palace is. Attorney says "I do look at me" 


Haley Bull 

Trooper: "Because I didn't see it anymore I thought it may have wrecked" 

Haley Bull 

Trooper said he found no wreck though

Haley Bull 

Trooper said the radar read 157 mph

Haley Bull 

Trooper said he didn't get a color description but thought it was a Charger or Camaro. Said he called dispatch @kfdmnews

Haley Bull 

Trooper: "I thought the vehicle coming into town was an officer responding to a call" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull 

State: Why would you contact dispatch? Trooper: "I thought it was outrageous to be going that fast"

Haley Bull

Trooper said dispatch told him no officer was in that area. He told dispatch to warn about vehicle 

Haley Bull 

State is entering first piece of evidence, defense objects 

Haley Bull 

Trooper said a vehicle on Hwy. 96 caught his attention going southbound as he drove north 

Haley Bull 

Trooper says he was driving to their Buna office in Jasper Co. shortly before wreck 

Haley Bull 

Trooper says he was working the evening of the wreck 

Haley Bull 

I would estimate the courtroom is about half full with students and family from both sides 

Haley Bull 

State calls a DPS trooper as their first witness 


Haley Bull 

About half a dozen witnesses are asked to leave the courtroom at this point 


Haley Bull 

Boyett is only tried this week for the death of Burns. Sheffield said he's keeping the possibility open for trying other deaths in future

Haley Bull 

Defense has no opening statement. 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield: "the evidence is going to show upon impact immediately Connely Burns lost her life." 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield says Courtney Sterling mortally wounded and died at the hospital, their mother seriously injured 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield: "You're going to hear the descriptions of this horrific impact." 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield says officers clocked Boyett at about 120 mph as she entered Lumberton

KFDM News 

DA: Boyett traveling 157 mph at time of crash.

Sheffield describes then line of calls through dispatch before the wreck @kfdmnews

Haley Bull 

Sheffield says testimony and evidence will show Boyett was traveling at 157 mph 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield says this all starts in Jasper County with the defendant. 

Haley Bull @HaleyKFDM · 

State starts opening argument with Hardin Co. DA David Sheffield 

Haley Bull @HaleyKFDM · 

Crystal Boyett pleads not guilty to the charge 

Haley Bull @HaleyKFDM ·

Judge Thomas is giving instructions to the jury; 8 women and 4 men. 

Texas Senate advances school voucher plan

AUSTIN -- The Texas Senate has advanced a school voucher plan using taxpayer funds to help parents send their children to private and religious schools instead of public ones.

Tea party Republicans have long championed spending state funding to promote "school choice," arguing that competing for students will improve struggling public schools.

Approved Monday 18-12 over Democratic objections, the plan allows businesses to donate half of what they'd pay in state corporate taxes to educational nonprofits.

Those groups would then provide scholarships to families worth up to around $6,000 for use on private schools. It requires a final, procedural Senate vote before heading to the House.

There, though, there's bipartisan support to keep public money in public schools. Still, voucher bills hadn't previously made it this far, poised to clear the Senate.

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DA: Boyett was traveling 157 mph

HARDIN COUNTY - The Hardin County District Attorney said during opening statements in the Crystal Boyett trial that she was traveling 157 mph shortly before she crashed into a vehicle in Lumberton, killing two sisters and the unborn son of the older sister.

A trooper testified he clocked her at 157 mph with his radar gun in Jasper County.

The defense presented no opening statement Tuesday.

Watch KFDM News and stay with kfdm.com for trial coverage and follow reporter Haley Bull's twitter feed.

The 41-year-old defendant from Kirbyville faces three counts of manslaughter and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for a fatal collision last year.

Connely Burns, 20, and the unborn son she'd named Tyson, died in the collision, as did Burns' sister, Courtney Sterling, 15. Their mother was critically injured and spent months recovering.

District Attorney David Sheffield tells KFDM News his office is trying Boyett for the death of Connely Burns. Sheffield tells us he's holding open the possibility, in the future, of trying Boyett for the other deaths and the injury to the mother.

Investigators say Boyett was traveling at least 100 miles an hour February 3 of last year when she crashed into a vehicle driven by Courtney Sterling near the intersection of Highway 96 and 69 in Lumberton.

Jury selection began Monday morning and didn't end until about 7:15 p.m. Monday. There were about 80 potential jurors that showed up at the courthouse. The jury consists of eight women and four men.

The D.A. says the prosecution has dozens of potential witnesses. He isn't sure how many they'll call. The trial is expected to take at least several days.

If convicted, Boyett will face up to 20 years in prison. She'd be eligible for parole in 10. Sheffield says under the law, no matter how many times she's tried and convicted for this case, the maximum sentence would be 20 years total.  He tells KFDM News he'll ask the jury for the maximum punishment if it convicts Boyett.

Sheffield and Bruce Hoffer will try the case for the Hardin County District Attorney's Office.

Earlier report Monday - Jury selection is underway Monday in the trial of a woman charged with driving more than 100 mph and causing a collision that killed a woman and her unborn child as well as the woman's sister. Their mother was critically injured in the crash in Lumberton.

Watch KFDM News and stay with kfdm.com for coverage and updates.

Testimony is scheduled to begin Tuesday in the trial of Crystal Boyett, 41. She's charged with three counts of manslaughter and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She faces up to 20 years in prison if the jury convicts her.

Boyett is out of jail on $2.4 million bond.

A judge increased her bond by $400,000.00, to $2.4 million, December 11, following a hearing in Hardin County. He also ordered her not to drive. Under the previous bond conditions she was prevented from driving only in Hardin County.

The district attorney sought the increase or a bond revocation after he learned Boyett had received a speeding ticket in October for traveling 75 miles-per-hour in a 65 mile-per-hour zone. She pleaded guilty in November.


Boyett is charged with three counts of manslaughter and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in connection with a collision February 3 in Lumberton that killed Connely Burns, 20, her unborn son, Tyson, and Burns' sister, Courtney Sterling, 15. Their mother was hurt in the crash near the intersection of Highway 96 and 69.

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Haley Bull is tweeting from the trial

(oldest tweets are at the bottom, newest at the tops)

Haley Bull

Trooper said after he turned around vehicle wasn't in sight @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Trooper: "Because I didn't see it anymore I thought it may have wrecked" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Trooper said he found no wreck though @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Trooper said the radar read 157 mph @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Trooper said he didn't get a color description but thought it was a Charger or Camaro. Said he called dispatch @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Trooper: "I thought the vehicle coming into town was an officer responding to a call" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

State: Why would you contact dispatch? Trooper: "I thought it was outrageous to be going that fast" @kfdmnews

Haley Bull

Trooper said dispatch told him no officer was in that area. He told dispatch to warn about vehicle @kfdmnews

Haley Bull 

State is entering first piece of evidence, defense objects 

Haley Bull @HaleyKFDM ·

Trooper said a vehicle on Hwy. 96 caught his attention going southbound as he drove north

Haley Bull 

Trooper says he was driving to their Buna office in Jasper Co. shortly before wreck

Haley Bull 

Trooper says he was working the evening of the wreck

Haley Bull 

I would estimate the courtroom is about half full with students and family from both sides 

Haley Bull 

State calls a DPS trooper as their first witness 


Haley Bull 

About half a dozen witnesses are asked to leave the courtroom at this point @kfdmnews

Haley Bull 

Boyett is only tried this week for the death of Burns. Sheffield said he's keeping the possibility open for trying other deaths in future

Haley Bull 

Defense has no opening statement. 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield: "the evidence is going to show upon impact immediately Connely Burns lost her life." 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield says Courtney Sterling mortally wounded and died at the hospital, their mother seriously injured 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield: "You're going to hear the descriptions of this horrific impact." 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield says officers clocked Boyett at about 120 mph as she entered Lumberton

KFDM News 

DA: Boyett traveling 157 mph at time of crash.

Sheffield describes then line of calls through dispatch before the wreck @kfdmnews

Haley Bull 

Sheffield says testimony and evidence will show Boyett was traveling at 157 mph 

Haley Bull 

Sheffield says this all starts in Jasper County with the defendant. 

Haley Bull @HaleyKFDM · 

State starts opening argument with Hardin Co. DA David Sheffield 

Haley Bull @HaleyKFDM · 

Crystal Boyett pleads not guilty to the charge 

Haley Bull @HaleyKFDM ·

Judge Thomas is giving instructions to the jury; 8 women and 4 men. 

 

Justice is Served Dinner for CASA is tonight

BEAUMONT  - CASA's Justice is Served Dinner is scheduled for Tuesday, April 21, 2015 beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the MCM Elegante.

Local judges will be the celebrity waiters at the event honoring Glen & Teri Morgan and celebrating CASA volunteers for their service to our community’s children.

Justice is Served provides much-needed funds to assist CASA in aiding abused and neglected children.  Glen & Teri Morgan were selected as the honorees because of their long time service to the community and faithful support to CASA of Southeast Texas, Inc. and the children of Jefferson County.

CASA of Southeast Texas, Inc. is a non-profit organization that recruits, trains, and supervises a diverse group of community volunteers, appointed by the courts to advocate for abused and neglected children in the pursuit of safe, permanent homes.

For more information, visit our website www.casasetx.org. 

Kraft changing recipe for mac-and-cheese
NEW YORK (AP) -- This is the last year that the original version of Kraft Mac & Cheese sold in the U.S. will contain artificial preservatives or synthetic colors.

In January, Kraft says its macaroni and cheese will be colored using paprika, annatto and turmeric.

The company is already selling a version, Kraft Mac & Cheese Boxed Shapes, with no artificial flavors, preservatives or synthetic colors.

There has been a huge shift away from processed foods in the U.S. and larger food producers are trying to follow their customers in that direction.

Kraft Foods Group Inc. is based in Northfield, Illinois. Its stock rose 87 cents to $87.60 Monday.

Some credit food blogger Vani Hari with helping to bring about the change. 
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Jury picked in Boyett trial

HARDIN COUNTY - Attorney have picked a jury of eight women and four men in the trial of Crystal Boyett, charged in connection with the deaths of two sisters and the unborn son of the older sister.

Watch KFDM News and stay with kfdm.com for trial coverage.

The 41-year-old defendant from Kirbyville faces three counts of manslaughter and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for a fatal collision last year.

Connely Burns, 20, and the unborn son she'd named Tyson, died in the collision, as did Burns' sister, Courtney Sterling, 15. Their mother was critically injured and spent months recovering.

District Attorney David Sheffield tells KFDM News his office is trying Boyett for the death of Connely Burns. Sheffield tells us he's holding open the possibility, in the future, of trying Boyett for the other deaths and the injury to the mother.

Investigators say Boyett was traveling at least 100 miles an hour February 3 of last year when she crashed into a vehicle driven by Courtney Sterling near the intersection of Highway 96 and 69 in Lumberton.

Jury selection began Monday morning and didn't end until about 7:15 p.m. Monday. There were about 80 potential jurors that showed up at the courthouse. The jury consists of eight women and four men.

The D.A. says the prosecution has dozens of potential witnesses. He isn't sure how many they'll call. The trial is expected to take at least several days.

If convicted, Boyett will face up to 20 years in prison. She'd be eligible for parole in 10. Sheffield says under the law, no matter how many times she's tried and convicted for this case, the maximum sentence would be 20 years total.  He tells KFDM News he'll ask the jury for the maximum punishment if it convicts Boyett.

Sheffield and Bruce Hoffer will try the case for the Hardin County District Attorney's Office.

Earlier report Monday - Jury selection is underway Monday in the trial of a woman charged with driving more than 100 mph and causing a collision that killed a woman and her unborn child as well as the woman's sister. Their mother was critically injured in the crash in Lumberton.

Watch KFDM News and stay with kfdm.com for coverage and updates.

Testimony is scheduled to begin Tuesday in the trial of Crystal Boyett, 41. She's charged with three counts of manslaughter and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She faces up to 20 years in prison if the jury convicts her.

Boyett is out of jail on $2.4 million bond.

A judge increased her bond by $400,000.00, to $2.4 million, December 11, following a hearing in Hardin County. He also ordered her not to drive. Under the previous bond conditions she was prevented from driving only in Hardin County.

The district attorney sought the increase or a bond revocation after he learned Boyett had received a speeding ticket in October for traveling 75 miles-per-hour in a 65 mile-per-hour zone. She pleaded guilty in November.

Boyett is charged with three counts of manslaughter and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in connection with a collision February 3 in Lumberton that killed Connely Burns, 20, her unborn son, Tyson, and Burns' sister, Courtney Sterling, 15. Their mother was hurt in the crash near the intersection of Highway 96 and 69.

Troopers say Boyett was traveling at more than 100 mph prior to the crash.

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