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Texas Trooper on Border Duty Dies from Injuries in Vehicle Crash

A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper died as a result of critical injuries he sustained in a vehicle accident. The rollover crash occurred just north of Eagle Pass on Friday evening. The trooper was airlifted to a San Antonio hospital for advanced medical care where he later succumbed to his injuries.

Texas Department of Public Safety. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Texas Jailer Dies from COVID After Processing Migrant 200 Miles from Border

Residents of Refugio County, Texas, honored the life of a sheriff’s office jailer on Tuesday who died in the line of duty after contracting the coronavirus while processing a migrant apprehended in a human smuggling incident. A sheriff’s office deputy is also recovering from COVID-19 after apprehending the migrant 200 miles from the Texas-Mexico border.

Refugio County Jailer Ricardo Hinojosa. (Photo: Refugio County Sheriff's Office)

Texas Cops Outraged over Accused Cop-Killer’s Bond Setting

HOUSTON, Texas — Law enforcement officials and police union leaders across the Lone Star State joined forces to express outrage over a Harris County magistrate judge’s decision to set a bond of $150,000 for a man accused of killing a Nassau Bay police officer. A district court judge in Houston later revoked the bond.

Accused cop-kiiller Tavores Dewayne Henderson and Nassau Bay Police Sergeant Kaila Sullivan. (police photos)

Four Houston Police Officers Shot, One Injured — Two in Critical Condition

HOUSTON, Texas — Four Houston Police Department officers were shot while executing a narcotics search warrant on Monday afternoon. A fifth officer sustained a knee injury during the exchange of gunfire with the suspects. Two officers are in critical but stable condition. Two officers are stable and the fifth officer is expected to be discharged soon. The two suspects were killed.

Houston police officers shot.

Man Who Shot 3 Texas Cops Allegedly Threatened to Kill Girlfriend over $360

HOUSTON, Texas — Police say Daniel Abraham Trevino shot two officers from the Texas Attorney General’s Office (OAG) and a Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) deputy as they attempted to serve felony warrants related to a protective order violation and allegations of felony domestic violence. Court records show that Trevino allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend and members of her family over $360 in rent money he wanted returned.

Daniel Trevino Mugshot

ICE Officer Injured in Texas Shootout — Suspect Killed

Officials report that a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer engaged in a shootout with a suspect in San Antonio on Tuesday morning. The suspect allegedly fired on the immigration officers who were attempting to serve a warrant. One officer sustained an injury during the incident and the suspect was killed.

ICE officer involved shooting 2 - San Antonio - FOX Video Screenshot

Dallas Police Officer Dies from Home Depot Shooting

Mayor Mike Rawlings announced that Dallas Police Officer Rogelio Santander died after being shot in the head at a Home Depot on the city’s northeast side Tuesday afternoon. The second wounded officer and the Home Depot loss prevention officer remain in critical condition, the mayor said during a meeting of the City Council.

DALLAS, TX - JULY 12: A Dallas Police officer wears a black band on his badge outside of police department headquarters on July 12, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. Funerals are set to begin for five Dallas police officers who were shot and killed by a sniper during a Black Lives …

Alleged Texas Cop-Killer in Custody Following Standoff

A Richardson, Texas, police officer has been shot and killed while responding to a call at a North Texas apartment complex. An ambulance transported the wounded officer to a local hospital where he later died from his injury. The gunman is in police custody after a standoff of more than four hours.

Richardson Police Shooting Scene

Whataburger Fires Worker After Refusal to Serve Texas Cops

Whataburger officials told Breitbart Texas that an employee who refused to serve two Denison, Texas, police officers is no employed by the company. The company moved quickly to rectify the situation after a store employee reportedly cursed at the officers, refused them service, and later refused to back down — claiming the department’s officers had “beat up” her boyfriend a few weeks earlier.

Denison Police Chief and Officers