New Edinburg police chief shares plan to keep city safe
The city of Edinburg's new police Chief Jaime Ayala shared his plans to help to keep his hometown city safe, Wednesday.
Ayala says he's learning more about the department and his team of officers, adding that even though he was born and raised in Edinburg, there is still a lot to learn about the city.
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"Edinburg's grown a lot since I lived here," Ayala said. "Your typical driving while intoxicated violations, your offenses, your property crime offenses, the distracted driving is a really big thing."
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The new chief says he's reaching out to surrounding cities to see how they have dealt with similar problems to incorporate them into his plan.
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