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AP police and U.S. Coast guard strengthen partnership

The Aransas Pass City Council, at the June 11 meeting, approved a memorandum of understanding with the Aransas Pass Police Department and the United States Coast Guard for joint maritime law enforcement activities. APPD provides on-water emergency response for law enforcement and public safety. Assistance is often required from the U.S. Coast Guard. Police Chief Eric Blanchard said it is important to have a strong working relationship with the Coast Guard, and this MOU is a step in that direction.

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Dive equipment used by the Aranas Pass Dive Team hangs ready on a mobile rack outside the police department. Photo by Abi Bair

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Officer Jairo Herrera holds a dive mask equipped with a camera used to record collection of evidence underwater. Photo by Abi Bair

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Aransas Pass Dive Team trailer. Photo by Abi Bair

Aransas Pass Police Dive Team Recovers Murder Weapon

On Thursday (June 24) the Aransas Pass Dive Team was called to assist the Aransas County Sherriff’s Department in the retrieval of a small caliber handgun thought to have been used in the murder of William “Cowboy” Mullennix.

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