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Hidalgo County Law Enforcement Departments were recognized by the Attorney General of Texas at Commissioners Court today. Field Investigator Dagoberto Chavez, Jr., and Senior Regional Attorney Daniel Whitworth, recognized Hidalgo County Precinct 2 Constable Marty Cantu and his staff, Precinct 4 Constable Eddie Guerra and his staff, and the Sheriff's Department for assisting the Attorney General's office to help the children of the State of Texas. Law Enforcement from all three departments helped the Attorney General serve "pertaining parties" to appear for child support court hearings, and also assisted in the Hidalgo County Round Up where over 262 people were arrested for child support warrants. This year's round up proved to be the most successful in the Texas region.
Upon presenting the recognitions, Whitworth commented how the collaborative effort proved to be very resourceful and productive in dealing with these issues and expressed how working together as a team has made the process work smoothly.
When presented with the recognition Precinct 2 Constable Office Marty Cantu thanked the Attorney General's office for the recognition and reflected how the recognition is also owed to his department who conduct their daily duties of serving the public.
The Attorney General of Texas presented the three departments with letters of recognition from Attorney General of Texas Gregg Abbot, Certificates of Appreciation and a keepsake in commemoration of the recognition.
Hidalgo County Commissioners Court congratulated the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Department, Precinct 2 Constable Office Marty Cantu and Precinct 4 Constable Office Eddie Guerra for participating in serving the needs of children in the State of Texas.