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Feds: 4 Texas officers guarded cocaine shipments

In this Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012 photo, Mission Police Chief Martin Garza speaks to the media during a news conference at Mission Police Department in Mission, Texas. Three South Texas lawmen, including the son of a prominent county sheriff, will likely spend the weekend in custody on charges alleging that they and another officer accepted thousands of dollars in bribes to guard shipments of cocaine. Federal agents Wednesday arrested Jonathan Trevino, son of Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Trevino, and Alexis Espinoza, son of Hidalgo Police Chief Rudy Espinoza, three area law enforcement officials confirmed. (Joel Martinez / The Monitor)
In this Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012 photo, Mission Police Chief Martin Garza speaks to the media during a news conference at Mission Police Department in Mission, Texas. Three South Texas lawmen, including the son of a prominent county sheriff, will likely spend the weekend in custody on charges alleging that they and another officer accepted thousands of dollars in bribes to guard shipments of cocaine. Federal agents Wednesday arrested Jonathan Trevino, son of Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Trevino, and Alexis Espinoza, son of Hidalgo Police Chief Rudy Espinoza, three area law enforcement officials confirmed. (Joel Martinez / The Monitor)


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