A 58-year-old man accused of fatally shooting three Odessa police officers has been indicted Friday.
Prosecutors say they'll seek the death penalty against Larry Neil White of Odessa. He was indicted on three counts of capital murder and three counts of attempted capital murder for shots he allegedly fired at other officers in September during a domestic disturbance call. The shootings took place at the home White he shared with his wife.
The victims were Corporals Arlie Jones, John "Scott" Gardner and Abel Marquez. The other officers White is accused of shooting at weren't hit, but he suffered an abdomen wound.
Defense attorney Woody Leverett Jr., of Midland, declined comment. White is held without bond.
A neighbor described White as an avid hunter who liked guns and regularly drank beer during the day.
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