Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Maverick County Sheriff's Office(PRESS RELEASE)-March 24, 2015

Maverick County Sheriff Tom Schmerber and his staff played host to over fifty attendees on a bi-national border safety forum at the Maverick County Detention Center Monday morning. Those in attendance sat in on a session focusing on collaborative law enforcement efforts as well as partaking in programs that assist in information sharing to help locate missing persons in Mexico and the United States.

Amongst those joining Sheriff Schmerber were Attorney General for the State of Coahuila Homero Ramos Gloria, Juan Jose Yanez Arreola, the Attorney managing investigations on missing persons, as well as a slew of assistant attorneys assigned to the Coahuila border. Also in attendance were District Attorney Roberto Serna, Zavala County Sheriff Eusevio Salinas. Representatives from United States Border Patrol, Customs, Homeland Security Investigations, the Drug Enforcement Agency,  and Texas Rangers were also on hand to listen to the groups discuss these issues pertinent to the border region.

Sheriff Schmerber once again thanks those in attendance for their time and input during these important meetings and is committed to working together to improve the safety and well being of the communities along the border.

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