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Video: Hidalgo residents say they're tired of migrants running through the streets

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Video: Hidalgo residents say they're tired of migrants running through the streets

Posted March 23 2016 By Imelda Mejia

Hidalgo is a city in Hidalgo County, Texas, United States. The population was 11,198 at the 2010 census. It is home to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA Development League who play in the local State Farm Arena.

Concerned about strange people running through their neighborhood at night, several Hidalgo residents invited a CBS 4 News reporter to stop by -- and witness the problem firsthand.

Graciela Perez said she's concerned about the people who attempt to sneak through her neighborhood every night.

Depending on the day, 30 to 50 people pass through the Hidalgo Viejo neighborhood, Perez said. Dogs start barking, waking many residents.

"We think they are undocumented immigrants and we're scared," Perez said. "Honestly, we're scared because of what's going on in Mexico."

Read and watch the video here : http://valleycentral.com/news/local/video-hidalgo-residents-say-theyre-tired-of-migrants-running-through-the-streets

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CBS 4 News called Border Patrol about Perez's concerns. The agency released a statement saying it would review the situation and notify field supervisors about the activity.

Yeah, looks like they are really on top of it. Now, where is that moat filled with alligators? Hundreds if not thousands will have run through Hidalgo while they "review."

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