A pregnant white mother, returning home from a visit to the doctor to see the progress and health of the daughter she carried.
|Jared Bias (AKA BullDawg), a member of Y.O.G. gang, is the suspect behind the murder of Kera Teel and the daughter she was carrying...|
Her mother was accompanying her on this trip.
Her child, Kera Teel, already had one young white daughter at home. This grandchild and daughter was excited to soon become an older sister.
But a member of a black gang ended Teel's and the daughter she carried lives. It should be noted friends of this black gang member claim he "is innocent" because he has four children... [Who is the gang connected to Beaumont murder of mother, newborn?, 12NewsNow.com, June 16, 2017]:
Capital murder suspect for the Kera Teel case has been identified as Jared Bias (AKA BullDawg), they say he was a member of the "Y.O.G." gang, short for "Young Original Gorillas".Just less than a mile away from Clark Elementary school, you'll find graffiti on the wall that says "YOG" and "RIP BIG MARV," off of Magnolia Ave. Investigators say this group has roots here in North Beaumont, especially in local high schools.
"We're all trying to make it in this world, there is no use for violence or anything," He says. For Banks, It's a reminder of friendships to avoid. "I just stay to myself and pray up," Bank says. "I don't involve myself around certain people," he says. Police say, Jared Bias, who was recently arrested for the capital murder of 19-year-old Kera Teel and her newborn daughter, is a member of the YOG gang.
"She was so young and pregnant, it makes me really bad," Banks says. "It's not safe to go out our own house," he says.
What is there left to say about this story and the actors involved in Kera's (and the daughter she carried) murder?"Keep out of trouble or it'll get you hurt or in jail," Banks says. The gangs' activity plays a prominent role on the local rap scene. It's affiliations and marks, representing various local music groups on YouTube. Some refer to the gang as a family, but are now leaving behind footprints of criminal activity. "That's not right, stay in school, go to church or something," says Banks. "Gangs are not the answer," he explains. 12News reached out to several members of the organization who tell us they do not have an interest in speaking.
Just terrifying there's virtually no coverage of this story outside of Beaumont, Texas...
We're being exterminated.