Victims, Donations and FBI Tips

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Here is the latest update on the mass shooting incident. There’s a total of 25 injured and 7 deceased victims.

DECEASED:
Juvenile Female, 15, Odessa
Joe Griffith, 40, Odessa
Mary Granados, 29, Odessa
Edwin Peregrino, 25, Odessa
Rodolfo Julio Arco, 57, Odessa
Kameron Karltess Brown, 30, Brownwood
Raul Garcia, 35, El Paso

INJURED:
Nathan Hernandez, 18, Odessa
Marc Gonzales, 38, Odessa
Zachary Owens, Midland Police Department
Timmoth Beard, 55, San Antonio
James Santana, Odessa Police Department
Glenda Dempsy, 62, Odessa
Marco Corral, 62, San Diego, CA.
Coy Edge, 53, Odessa
Joseph Glide, 60, Odessa
Juvenile Female, 17 months, Odessa
Daniel Munoz, 28, Yuma, AZ.
Robert Cavasoz, 38, Alice, TX.
Maria Boado, 27, Haileah, FL.
Efe Obayagbona, 45, Round Rock, TX
Bradley Grimsley, 64, Clarksville, TX.
Chuck Pryor, Texas Department of Public Safety
Timmothy Hardaway, 54, Brownwood
Quadri Fatai, 41, Houston
Jesus Alvidrez, 21, Gardendale
Lilia Diaz, 46, Odessa
Krystal Lee, 36, Odessa
Larry Shores, 34, Abilene
Juvenile Male, 9, Odessa

 

Charity contributions:

We have been made aware of some fraudulent GoFundMe accounts, we advise anyone who wishes to make monetary donations to contact the Odessa Chamber of Commerce.

FBI tips:

 The FBI is asking anyone with information about this tragic incident to contact the FBI's National Threat Operations Center at 800-CALLFBI (800-225-5324) . Tips may also be reported anonymously online at http://tips.fbi.gov.

Avoid Charity Scams: The FBI would like to warn the public about the potential for charity scams asking for donations sent through e-mail or posted on social media in the wake of the Odessa shooting incident. Criminals often exploit recent tragedies with fraudulent donation pitches. Take precautions before donating and be wary of suspicious e-mails, telephone calls, or websites that solicit donations in response to this horrible event. If you see any suspicious solicitations, immediately report them to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.IC3.gov.
We have been made aware of some fraudulent GoFundMe accounts, we advise anyone who wishes to make monetary donations to contact the Odessa chamber of Commerce.