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The 2022 Rex Allen Museum Car Show in Willcox this past Saturday was a blast.

Check out my interview with Best of Show winner John Leep and his sweet ride a '77 Dodge Aspen.

Plus I'm adding some pics that never see print. Every car in the show has a story of its own.

Dont' miss it next year!


https://www.myheraldreview.com/rex-allen-museum-car-show-cruises-into-willcox/article_279cd03e-e11c-11ec-852c-2780cbf5b7cb.html?utm_source=second-street&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MB220602/?utm_medium=internal&utm_source=readerShare&utm_campaign=bButton

Officials launch anti-smuggling awareness campaign

A rollover crash involving suspected smugglers resulted in several injuries on Sunday. Authorities are launching a campaign aimed at individuals who are coming to Cochise County intent on picking up undocumented migrants but often end up crashing or fleeing pursuit at high speed. CCSO photo
A rollover crash involving suspected smugglers resulted in several injuries on Sunday. Authorities are launching a campaign aimed at individuals who are coming to Cochise County intent on picking up undocumented migrants but often end up crashing or fleeing pursuit at high speed. CCSO photo

Herald/Review and NABUR @Lyda Longa reports about the issues around migrant transports in the county. 

The message from law enforcement is simple — come to Cochise County to transport migrants for a quick buck and you’re going to jail, reports Longa.

The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office and the County Attorney’s Office, in conjunction with the Border Patrol, Sierra Vista Police and the Arizona Department of Public Safety, are launching a campaign aimed at individuals who are slipping into the area daily, intent on picking up undocumented migrants and delivering them to Phoenix or Tucson in exchange for cash.

These individuals — known as load car drivers because undocumented persons are often referred to as a “load” — are getting paid about $1,000 for every undocumented person they can stuff into their vehicles, investigators say.

Read more at myheraldreview.com

Are you seeing migrant transports as an issue? What are you seeing in your community? How are you getting involved in keeping the community safe?