Texas police officer who fired rifle at car full of fleeing teenagers will face murder charges

A Dallas County, Texas, grand jury has decided that the police officer who fired a rifle at a car full of teenagers in April, fatally wounding one of them, will face murder charges.
Balch Springs Police Officer Roy Oliver was indicted Monday on one count of murder and four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon by a public servant for the shooting death of 15-year-old Jordan Edwards after Oliver shot a rifle at a car driving away from a house party, striking Edwards in the head and killing him.
Oliver, 31, and several other officers were called to the scene in late April after neighbors called police about a loud house party in the neighborhood, stating that they were worried about underage drinking because of the teens they could see coming in and out of the residence.
After Oliver and the other officers approached the scene and began to investigate, a group of teens

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