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Sound sleek you have two problems. Check your brake fluid level immediately for the beeping and brake light on!
The check engine light is a completely different story.
I recommend you take it to a shop.
Beep indicates a problem, can mean many things like engine fault, or low washer fluid, or turn signal bulb is out. If nothing shows up on the dashboard, check your turn signals, brake lights, and head lights
I had a similar problem when I had my car boosted when I left my lights on. Even though I had turned my lights off the chime alerting me my lights were on would continue to chime even with the lights off AND the car turned off. I was concerned it would drain my battery again, so I took it to Mazda and they just unhooked the power to that chime. It stopped it from beeping all the time, but now I have to remember to turn the lights off.
Note... there are actually 2 chimes that I know of. I was quite surprised one day to hear the chime again - then I realized it was because my keys were in the ignition.