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BELTON — A judge ordered that custody of two children be handed over to their father and stepmother, a woman who was indicted last week on a charge of injury to a child.

The hearing on Wednesday lasted more than three hours in a Bell County auxiliary courtroom that was filled with at least 30 people on hand to support Erik Hydorn and Sarah Hydorn, both Killeen Police Department officers, who were on defense after Erik’s ex-wife — the mother of the two children — filed a request for a protective order on Friday.

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Cherbear

Why are the two boys being returned to the home where they were abused? Why is the police Sgt testifying for the stepmom and the father since she has been indicted? That seems kinda hinky to me. From reading the articles about this case something seems off.

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