"There are two ways to look at it," she said. "You could also say that they have been more successful at the ports of entry because they have the dogs and the equipment and they don't have those advantages in the in-between areas."
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"We have drug runners coming through our ranch and this has become a very dangerous situation," Chilton said.
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