Speeders beware: cadets armed with radar training
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On the last day of regular classes before the final examination, Middle Rio Grande Law Enforcement Academy cadets participated in doppler and stalker radar training around town. Robert Armstrong, academy instructor, took Frank Picazo, age 21 from Crystal City, and Christina Flores, age 30 from Eagle Pass, on a ride-along where they got some practical training in radar operation.
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