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12.12.06

Amarillo Jails May Be Housing Immigrants

While we still aren't being told how many employees are being questioned or held we did call around to some of our local jails.
  

Randall County tells us they were expecting between 50-to-60 people.
   

Potter County says they can't take any extra inmates at this time.  
  

We sent one of our photographers to the new Amarillo Border Patrol Facility this evening and he brought back video of buses similar to those in Cactus most of the day unloading people.
  

We do not know if any of these people are involved in today's raids. We will continue to follow what happens next in this developing story.

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