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Texas Sheriffs Overwhelmed by Spillover Crime From Border Surge

Sheriff Pinky Gonzales of Refugio County, Texas, at a press conference in Anzalduas Park near McAllen, Texas, on April 28, 2021. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times)


The Epoch Times

MISSION, Texas—Sheriff Pinky Gonzales is charged with public safety in Refugio County, Texas, which sits 180 miles north of the U.S.–Mexico border. The county is home to about 8,000 residents and 13 deputies.

“We’re a rural town, we’ve got a limited budget, and we’re just overwhelmed with this,” he said about the effects of the border surge, during a press conference at Anzalduas Park on the U.S.–Mexico border on April 28.

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