Palm Valley Police Chief Charged with Tampering with Gov't Records
PALM VALLEY – A joint investigation by state agencies resulted in the arrest of the Palm Valley police chief.
According to a spokesperson for the Cameron County District Attorney's Office, Alvaro Garcia was taken into custody Tuesday morning.
Garcia is charged with three counts of tampering with government records.
The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and the Texas Rangers led the investigation.
Palm Valley is a small community located outside of Harlingen.
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