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July 10, 2013 12:03pm
 
It's not that the WCSO can't do this on their own, they don't have the man power. They do what they can with what they are given. DPS, DEA, and other agencies have the resources and manpower to be able to stake out a house for a given amount of time. Not to mention, this was a federal case, not a local case. WCSO does not have the manpower, nor the equipment to do bust like this. Who's to blame for that? The Sheriff. When the department head does NOT fight for raises for the employees that could do things like this, and the equipment to be able to do things like this. Our County Judge is retired DPS and knows the ins and outs of law enforcement one would think he would be Pro-law enforcement but he is not. That has been shown time and time again. When you have elected officials that do not want to "clean up" or help those that take the oath to wear the badge to enforce the laws (that are made in Commissioner's Court, City Councils, Texas Legislature, and US Congress) then you will get a stagnate county as we do. It is not the fault of the officers that wear the badge, so DO NOT point a finger at them. They do the best they can with what they are given. The cops that we have in the county can do the job if they were given the resources to do it with. OH and you have to have a DA that is willing to process warrants for this kind of bust. And we all know how our DA is.
Yes, you can get away with a lot in this county IF you are the right family.
     
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