CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) - Corpus Christi Police have issued warrants for six workers at a state facility for the mentally and developmentally disabled over a "fight club."
The employees allegedly organized fights where residents of the Corpus Christi State School would brawl with each other -- for the staff's entertainment.
Corpus Christi police recovered a cell phone with videos of the fights.
All six workers from Corpus Christi are charged with injury to a disabled person.
Mitchell cited two incidents investigated and confirmed by Texas Adult Protective Services in the past year in which staffers in Mexia (muh-HAY'-hh) and San Angelo instigated residents to beat up others.
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