Former Uvale Police Chief Arrested and Indicted for Horrific Response to 2022 School Massacre

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Pete Arredondo, the former chief of school district police in Uvalde, Texas, has now reportedly been criminally charged and arrested for his conduct that day, when law enforcement delayed entering the school and neutralizing the gunman.

A Uvalde County grand jury charged Arredondo and another former district officer, Adrian Gonzales, on several felony charges of abandoning or endangering a child for their inadequate response to the tragedy, which occurred 25 months after the shooter murdered 19 kids and two teachers.

In January, Uvalde County District Attorney Christina Mitchell convened a grand jury to determine whether charges should be filed against any of the approximately 400 law enforcement officials who responded to the shooting at Robb Elementary School.

Authorities were detained for over an hour and a half before federal Border Patrol officials entered the classroom and murdered the suspect.

The United States Department of Justice issued a 600-page report earlier this year that examined the failings of law enforcement’s reaction to the incident.

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