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2 Officers Shot Serving Warrant in Texas, Both in Fair Condition

December 24, 2015
Authorities say two Odessa police officers were shot Wednesday while attempting to serve a warrant at an apartment complex in the West Texas city, and a nine-hour standoff ended with the suspect being taken into custody.

2 Texas Officers Shot; Standoff Continues

December 23, 2015
Two Odessa police officers have been shot while attempting to serve a warrant at an apartment complex in the West Texas city.

Video: Texas Officer Struck by Deputy's Vehicle During Pursuit

January 6, 2014
An Odessa, Texas, police officer was run over by a truck driven by an Ector County Sheriff’s Department deputy Saturday night.

Texas Officer Run Over by Deputy's Vehicle During Pursuit

January 6, 2014
An Odessa, Texas, police officer was run over by a truck driven by an Ector County Sheriff’s Department deputy Saturday night. Read Full Story Here.

Texas Officers Capture Goat After Foot Pursuit

March 1, 2010
Four Odessa (Texas) police officers, an off-duty motorcycle cop and two animal control officers eventually caught up with a rogue goat and apprehended the animal.
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