Odessa, Texas Criminal Record Search
Odessa is a city located in and the county seat of Ector CountyGR6 in the U.S. State of Texas, United States of America. Odessa's population was 90,943 at the 2000 United States Census, with a 2005 census population estimated projection of 93,546. The city and its surrounding suburbs had a population of 125,339 as of 2005. Odessa is the principal city of and is included in the Odessa, Texas Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Midland, Texas-Odessa, Texas Combined Statistical Area (of which both Midland and twin city Odessa are co-principal cities). The Midland–Odessa metropolitan area had a population 241,316 as of the July 1, 2004 estimate.
Odessa is home to Permian High School (mascot: Panther, nickname: MOJO), the winningest team in high school football history whose 1988 football team was featured in the book and movie Friday Night Lights; and Odessa High School (mascot: Broncho) as the only high schools in the Ector County Independent School District. The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, the Texas Tech University Health Science Center at Odessa, and Odessa College are located in Odessa.
The Ector County Coliseum in Odessa features events as diverse as Indoor football as played by the Intense Football League's Odessa Roughnecks, ice hockey with the Central Hockey League's Odessa Jackalopes, and rodeo every year in the form of the Sandhills Stock Show and Rodeo.
The Globe of the Great Southwest, located on the campus of Odessa's community college Odessa College, features an authentic replica of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
Odessa has 3 local television new stations: KMID - an ABC Affiliate, KWES - an NBC Affiliate, and KOSA - a CBS Affiliate. It also has one local religious television station: God's Learning Channel, a worldwide institution offering pro-Israel programming.
It was the one year home of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, his wife Barbara, and his son current President George W. Bush. They lived in a shotgun house one room for the three of them on 7th street with one of the few indoor toilets on the street, next to a whorehouse. They later moved to Odessa's rival/sister city Midland.
Felony and misdemeanor criminal court records.