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24 hours ago

Beaumont Police

Today, The Beaumont Police Department is mourning the loss of Retired Chief Tom Scofield. Chief Scofield began his career with Beaumont PD in 1970 and served as Chief of Police from 1993-2005 before retiring after 35 years of service. Please keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Funeral arrangements are pending. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

Beaumont Police

Today, The Beaumont Police Department remembers Officer Paul Douglas Hulsey JR killed in the line of duty on March 22, 1988.

Officer Hulsey was shot and killed while investigating a vehicle with stolen license plates. He had spotted the vehicle in a hotel parking lot and learned that it was stolen after running its tags. He requested backup after learning which room the suspect was in from the hotel manager. His backup officer was sent to another call involving a pedestrian fatality, so Officer Hulsey approached the suspect as he came out of his room.

A violent struggle ensued and the suspect was able to retrieve a gun from the room and fatally shoot Officer Hulsey. Officer Hulsey had no idea that the suspect was wanted in Florida for killing a 14-year-old girl and in Indiana for killing a 16-year-old girl and robbing a bank. The suspect was later apprehended and subsequently sentenced to death and executed on December 9, 1997.

Officer Hulsey was 30 years old and had served with BPD for eight years.
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