Four Texas Police Officers Charged with Escorting Loads of Narcotics for Pay


Mark Rockwell
Government Security News
December 14, 2012

Two deputies and two police officers in the Hidalgo County, Texas area have been charged with protecting drug smugglers’ shipments of narcotics through the area.

According to a Dec. 13 statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of Texas, two of the officers are with the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) and two are with Mission Police Department (MPD) officers. Reportedly the men allegedly used their positions to get thousands of dollars for facilitating and protecting drug shipments.

Two of the men are also reportedly the sons of high-ranking local police officials in the area in south Texas, west of Brownsville.

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