ELDORADO, Texas (AP) - Busloads of women and children removed from a polygamist compound were taken out of town Sunday as authorities continued to search the retreat for evidence that a teen was married to a 50-year-old member of the sect.
NewsWest 9 has learned from Midland County Sheriff Gary Painter that the Midland County Sheriff's Office SWAT Team and APC have returned home after the raid in Eldorado.
NewsWest 9 has also learned that the Texas Rangers will remain on the site and continue their investigation and search for the 16-year-old girl that promoted the raid on the FLDS Ranch.
Early Sunday, a bus that appeared to be filled with women were at the civic center south of town, where a lawyer and law-enforcement officials were talking with them. Click inside for all the developments that have taken place in this story.
NewsWest 9's sister station in Waco, KXXV-TV, reports that a Central Texas organization has heard from the state and they're making preparations.
ELDORADO, TEXAS - The latest out of Eldorado, no more information, a judge in San Angelo has issued a gag order. Law enforcement officials remain in Eldorado after raiding the compound of convicted Polygamist Leader Warren Jeffs on Friday. Officers from Midland, the Texas Rangers, and Child Protective Services descended on the compound Friday morning after allegations of abuse surfaced.
MIDLAND- An eight member SWAT Team from the Midland County Sheriff's office were in Eldorado, Friday, helping dozens of law enforcement agents from around Texas in a raid at the Fundamentalists Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints compound.