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Law enforcement task force formed with area counties

July 23, 2014

Law enforcement agencies in Big Spring and the surrounding area will be able to give each other more of a helping hand, thanks to agreements approved by the local city council Tuesday.

The council approved the formation of Mutual Aid Law Enforcement Task Forces between the Big Spring Police Department and Howard, Sterling and Glasscock counties.

For more of this story, read Wednesday's edition of the Herald.

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