Two state troopers are hospitalized and a suspect is dead after a shootout outside a West Texas convenience store.
The shooting happened just after 2 p.m. Tuesday at a Phillips 66 gas station and convenience store at U.S. 385 and Texas 191 in northern Odessa.
Trooper Elena Viramontes of the Texas Department of Public Safety tells KOSA-TV of Odessa-Midland that troopers were helping Texas Rangers serve multiple arrest warrants on a man from nearby Ward County when the suspect said he would not "come in peace."
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She said the wounded troopers are hospitalized in stable condition and are expected to recover fully.
In a statement, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says the suspect was killed. No identities have been released.