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Law enforcement officers double as Border Patrol

Published 01/12/2009, Associated Press

A group of law enforcement officers from Kittson County are using their days off to moonlight for the U.S. Border Patrol, scouring this remote, frozen land in northwestern Minnesota for people who don’t seem to belong. “We pretty much know everybody around here and their vehicles, so we know when someone’s suspicious,” said Matt Vig, a Kittson County sheriff’s deputy.

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