Odessa, TX — February 11, 2017, one person was injured and Magdiel Salazar was arrested following an accident that occurred during a bar fight.
The Odessa Police Department reported that the incident occurred at a bar somewhere near the 4500 block of East University Boulevard.
According to their initial reports, 22-year-old Salazar and another woman were both inside of a bar. For reasons unknown, the two became engaged in an altercation, and a fight broke out. Witnesses say that Salazar struck the other woman in the head with a glass during the fight, and the two eventually moved outside the bar.
At some point, the fight was broken up and officers were on the scene. Through witness testimony and the injuries to the other woman, they placed Salazar under arrest. She currently faces a charge of assault with a deadly weapon.
The other woman’s condition was not specified, and it’s unclear if she was taken to a hospital. Authorities have not released any additional details.
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