BEAUMONT, Texas — Beaumont police are thanking the community for helping detectives make four arrests in connection with the murder of a beloved Beaumont father.

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"In Beaumont too many young men are committing violent crimes and showing absolutely no remorse. This has been a trouble trend for the past four years," says Beaumont Police Chief Jimmy Singletary in a press conference Monday.  

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Three out of the four suspects in the case are teenagers. Singletary said BPD is partnering with local organizations to try to decrease youth crimes in the city. 

The family of Anthony Wilson says that Beaumont Police and the community have done a good job in working for justice for Wilson. 

"You hear people say things about Beaumont and the Beaumont Police Department, but these men and women are remarkable," Alice Sachere, Wilson's sister-in-law says. 

Photos and videos from neighbors' security cameras proved crucial to making these three arrests.

"We are so thankful for the citizens of Beaumont and for all of the assistance that we received. These guys do a great job and a lot of that is because of the help we get," Officer Carol Riely said.

The department says it's important for the community to continue to provide tips and help some of the other unsolved cases across the city.