NM agency gets new computers to curb border crime

The Panasonic Toughbook computers were purchased with federal funds and allocations for border security


By Kevin Buey
Deming Headlight

LUNA COUNTY, NM — Thirty vehicles of the Luna County Sheriff's Office are now equipped with computers that will enhance and expand communication capability.

The computers, which cost about $10,000 each, were purchased with federal funds through Operation Stonegarden and other allocations for border security. Operation Stonegarden is a project in which local agencies work with the U.S. Border Patrol on border-related crime.

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