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Beaumont Man Arrested for Murder
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<b>Gregory Joseph Ager
Gregory Joseph Ager
On Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 4:32 AM, Officers responded to an apartment in the 2500 block of Smart St in reference to a shooting victim. Upon arrival Officers located a man who had been shot multiple times and was deceased.  The victim was identified as Darian Kaimen Banks, a 25 year old Beaumont man.
Beaumont Police Investigators obtained a Murder warrant for  Gregory Joseph Ager, a 28 year old Beaumont man.

Detectives attempted to locate Ager and made contact with him. Ager agreed to meet them at the police department. He spoke with investigators, was arrested for the Murder warrant, and  transported to Jefferson County Correctional Facility. His bond is $1,500,000.

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