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Migrant apprehensions are up 63% in the Big Bend Sector – thought to be the quietest part of the U.S.-Mexico border – according to Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson.


Brewster County is larger than the state of Connecticut with 6,000 acres along the border.

The Sheriff says local law enforcement “does not have the authority to enforce immigration” and believes they need “more Border Patrol agents to man the long stretches of desert” because the “border is not secured.”

NRCC COMMENT: “Local law enforcement along the U.S.-Mexico border is pleading for the resources to keep their communities safe, but the Biden Administration is ignoring them.” – NRCC Spokeswoman Torunn Sinclair

Author: Press Release

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