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Father Accused of Attacking Midland County Deputies, Leaving Child in Vehicle

MIDLAND COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

One dad is accused of attacking Midland County deputies after allegedly leaving his own son in the car.

Deputies were called out to Brannon Jordan’s home where they found him passed out.

According to the affidavit, when they woke him up, he began to fight with them.

The report says Jordan punched a deputy in the face.

He continued to fight but he was tased and arrested.

The report says before the attack, Jordan, his two year old boy and Jordan’s friend went to the pawn shop.

They made a stop at the liquor store and the friend got behind the wheel.

When they got home, deputies say Jordan left the child in the car.

The friend asked Jordan if he was going to take him inside and Jordan allegedly said, "he would be just fine where he was at."

The friend took the child while Jordan went inside.

The little boy is okay.

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