Local Law Enforcement Reacts to Shooting of DPS Trooper
RAYMONDVILLE- A DPS Trooper shot and injured in the line of duty remains in stable, but critical condition.
The incident, has left officers at other local law enforcement agencies shaken.
CHANNEL 5's Frank McCaffrey spoke to a Raymondville police officer Sunday.
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