SIERRA VISTA, Arizona – Sheriff Mark Danells and other law enforcement leaders in the county met for the first time since Governor Hobbs took office, arguing Thursday night after his Title 42 expired. I talked about the actions that can be taken.
Sheriff Dunnells said the county is prepared for the potential influx of people across the border and hopes the state will be on the same page.
“We did well. What does that mean for Cochise County? What do we need? What about immigrants and buses? The physical resources we need aren’t here, so we’re working out those things.Wait, look at the game please give me.”
On a previous visit to Tucson, Gov. Hobbs said buses were ready to move people out of the small border town. “We have set up five additional bus routes for migrant transport from smaller communities that do not have the scale and capacity to handle additional migrants.”
Her meeting today focused on the concerns that local law enforcement has and what more the state can do to help these small communities in Cochise County.
County law enforcement leaders haven’t met the governor in person since he took office, but they all told me there’s never been a better time to start.
Sheriff Dannells said, “We’ve all come together. There’s never been a better time than now, with Title 42 gone and the many challenges we all face in our communities to get to know the governor.” See what optics is and what she wants to do here in Cochise County.”