Local Businesswoman Struggling after Feds Tampered with Evidence during Raid
RAYMONDVILLE – A Willacy County woman is struggling to keep her business open.
Dominga Ledesma says nothing has been the same since.
It happened at a business in Raymondville, which Ledesma has owned for the past 10 years.
Her cameras captured U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security agents appear to tamper with evidence.
This week, she got a notice from the government saying two items the feds confiscated would be released, but she has to pay almost $100.
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