“Be our eyes and ears...”


“If you see something, say something” has become a mantra applicable to a wide range of situations, including suspicious activity in the South Texas Brush Country. A presentation by the US Border Patrol to members of the La Salle County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) in Cotulla on Wednesday, February 21, included a reminder that it is assistance from landowners and energy industry operators that may enable law enforcement to identify and intercept criminal activity. USBP Ranch Liaison Agent Gilbert

Avilez told his audience in the county’s Emergency Operations Center that he believes increased awareness of potential threats and indicators of illegal activity as well as stronger communication between civilians and officers will do much to enhance regional and border security, reduce crime and help in the apprehension of trespassers, property thieves, and human smugglers.



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