On Monday, Texoma’s Homepage obtained more details about the officer-involved shooting and we now know his blood alcohol content was below the legal limit at the time of the autopsy.

Texoma’s Homepage also received the 911 calls between Hodges and Hardeman County Sheriff’s Office.  

According to the Texas Rangers report, Hodges was staying with his girlfriend’s family during the holidays.

Witnesses say Hodges got into an argument with his girlfriend, her sister and brother-in-law at a home in Crowell.

In interviews with Texas Rangers, all three parties say that Hodges became erratic after drinking earlier that day, but the autopsy we received shows Hodges’ blood alcohol level was 0.066 which is below the legal limit of 0.08 at the time of autopsy. 

He also tested negative for marijuana even though friends said they smoked it earlier in the day. He did test positive for Zoloft, a drug used to treat depression among other things. 

The report said all three of them told authorities Hodges accused them of conspiring with his wife against him, as he was in the middle of divorce proceedings.

During the argument, Hodges and people in the home made nine calls to law enforcement and Foard County dispatch.

Hodges made multiple calls to dispatch asking them to hurry and send help and in one he was pleading with someone to get off of him or he would pull out his gun. 

The autopsy report conducted on January 1, shows two entry wounds, one in the neck and one in the left upper chest.