As reported by KRGV:
BROWNSVILLE- One of Brownsville’s southmost property owners said he is fed up with all the drugs crossing on his land. Rusty Monsees said he is seeing an increase in activity from the river. He’s also getting more phone calls about the activity. Monsees has become the liaison between authorities and his neighbors. “The amount of drugs that are coming through is phenomenal,” he said.
Monsees’s land is right on the river. The border fence is in his front yard. “They come over the fence; they climb over the fence,” he said. Earlier this week, a Border Patrol chase on Monsees’s land ended with agents confiscating drugs and the driver escaping across the river. Narcotics are common in this area and in the neighborhood up the road.
Monsees is frustrated more isn’t being done to secure the border where the fence ends. He said DPS troopers rarely patrol the area, despite the state border surge. “They’re taking monies and they’re not working,” he said.
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