Edinburg Police Department’s Firing Range Permanently Closed following Shooting Incident
EDINBURG – Following a shooting in Edinburg tied to the police department’s firing range, the police chief announced the closure of the facility.
Chief Cesar Torres revealed the range is shutdown permanently.
The Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office is still investigating.
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