Visitations at Cameron County jail to resume Wednesday
Cameron County Sheriff Eric Garza announced Tuesday that in-person jail visitation would resume Wednesday, April 14.
Garza said social distancing and other safety measures will remain in place for visitors.
"We will be looking at it on a day-to-day basis," Garza said. "If there's a need for improvement or modification we'll do so as it arises. Of course, if there's any outbreak because we're bringing in people, we'll put a stop to it and re-evaluate."
For more information call the Carrizalez-Rucker Cameron County Detention Center at (956) 554-6701 or the Old County Jail at (956) 544-0865.
CCSO Detention will start in-person visitation on Wednesday April 14th. A safety plan approved by our local health authority and TCJS will be followed. If you have any questions regarding visitation please contact 956-554-6701 CRDC / 544-0865 Old County Jail / 544-0836 DC-1 pic.twitter.com/OWqjRpXRgy— Sheriff Eric Garza (@SheriffGarza) April 13, 2021
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