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Topic - Tony Estrada
The U.S. Border Patrol's required proficiency in Spanish historically has made the agency a vital link to federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in need of language translation assistance, but that service no longer will be available.
Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada, whose county in Arizona borders with Mexico, said violence has escalated in the Mexican Nogales since last week.
"What has been happening is there is there's been a series of homicides that have occurred, but these are people that are obviously involved in the drug trade one way or another," Estrada said. "It has had no direct impact on our visitors and our residents. The visitors and residents and tourists are not targets."