Roma ISD Students Arrested after Protesting District Police Chiefs Termination

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Two students are arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, after a protest at roma high school.

This video, sent to us by a FOX 2 viewer, shows dozens of Roma High School students leaving their classrooms around 9 am this morning in an effort to protest District Police Chief, Noe Flores’ termination earlier this week.

Flores, who served as Roma ISD Police Chief for 11 years was fired Wednesday, after a unanimous vote by the Roma ISD school board.

Roma ISD Students Arrested after Protesting District Police Chiefs Termination

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  1. I am a student of Roma High School and I say that the police are taking away our rights at school

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