PECOS COUNTY, Texas (Local 2/ Fox 24) - Two Fort Stockton police officers resign,after being indicted for beating a 14 year old child. "When children are injured, we take that seriously. We have to do our part to be their advocate and be there supporters," said Arturo Fuentes, Fort Stockton Chief of Police.
Copyright 2017 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ODESSA, Texas (Local 2/ Fox 24) - In Odessa, Tuesday night, a car accident involving 3 vehicles, sent eight of those passengers to the hospital. One of those passengers was a four year old boy. Officials said two of those vehicles were heading Northbound on Andrews Highway, as an SUV failed to yield before making a right onto Andrews Highway heading Southbound.
"Like pounding like someone was trying to break in or something. It was really that bad," said Odessa resident, Javier Canas. A severe thunder storm came down across the Basin, but all at once. There was lightning, heavy rain, strong winds and hail pounding down from the sky." It came down about half dollar size..maybe a little bit larger...and than went to pea size..it hit very quickly," said Terez Lyons, Odessa resident. Odessa residents said the scene was pretty scary. The sky covered with dust!
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