Sheriffs Office Involved with Justice's Death Received Millions In Federal Grants
Border counties get millions for new equipment to fight crime
Published: Saturday, January 24, 2009
EL PASO - Presidio County has never seen the kind of fictional carnage that was filmed there for the movie, "No Country for Old Men." But if it ever does, Sheriff Danny Dominguez now has the gear to fight it, thanks to millions of dollars in state and federal grants for his virtually crime-free turf and that of other sleepy Texas border counties.
The first batch of the $16.2 million awarded, more than $5 million, was given in 2005 to a loose coalition of sheriffs who split the take evenly, regardless of crime rates. The rest was given out in grants to several counties. And several million dollars more are in the pipeline.
Presidio County, whose sheriff and four deputies cover 3,856 square miles of West Texas and protect about 1,000 people, received $336,875 to fight the one crime, an aggravated assault, that occurred in the county in 2006.
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Sheriff Oscar Carrillo, whose Culberson County department reported four non-violent or drug crimes in 2006 and received $321,416 in crime-fighting grants - or about $80,000 per crime - said the funding puts him on even footing with larger counties.