Cameron Co. DA Warning Parents to Know Who’s Watching Their Children
BROWNSVILLE – A Rio Grande Valley district attorney wants people to make sure they really know who’s watching their children this summer.
Melanie Palomo-Zamora, the Cameron County Child Abuse Unit assistant district attorney, says these types of cases are on the rise.
She says in most cases, suspects of child abuse are trusted family members or friends
KRGV’s Daisy Martinez has more on why these abuse cases tend to go unreported during the summer and holidays.
Watch the video above for the full story.
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