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Man Accused of Killing Deputy Billy Kennedy Listed in Fair Condition

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Brian Wise
NewsWest 9

ODESSA- Gary David Green, the man accused of killing Deputy Billy Kennedy, is in fair condition at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa.

NewsWest 9 learned the information Saturday afternoon. 

A media representative for Medical Center Hospital told NewsWest 9, Green was in fair condition which means his vital organs are stable.

Green is accused of killing Kennedy on Wednesday night. Green has been recovering from gunshot wounds after a firefight at a Stripes gas station in McCamey. He is currently in law enforcement custody and is being watched by a guard.

Green will be arrested for capital murder after his release. Green's bond has been set at $1 million. This isn't the first time Green has been in trouble with the law but it might be last. In Texas, capital murder is punishable by death. The Texas Penal Code specifically defines capital murder as knowingly killing an officer in the line of duty. 
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