Bailouts in Ranch Land Continue, Ranchers Fending for Themselves
FALFURRIAS – Border security resources are focused on the Rio Grande Valley; that focus is creating a sense of insecurity among some Brooks County residents.
For years, ranchers have seen immigrants use their land to travel north, the only difference now is a decrease in Border Patrol agents.
Ranchers tell CHANNEL 5 NEWS they know agents are overwhelmed.
The Brooks County Sheriff's Office and the Department of Public Safety are stepping in to help.
Watch the video above for the full story.
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