VIDEO: Texas Sheriff Tells Criminals To Stay Out, ‘You Could Leave This County In A Bag’
Sheriff Troy Nehls Warns Looters
Booth, TX – Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls issued a warning to any criminals who might want to come prey on people during the flood, saying “…you could leave this county in a bag.” (Video below.)
Fox News was interviewing Sheriff Nehls when they asked him what his county was doing about looters. The sheriff responded with with strong words for any would-be looters trying to come into Fort Bend County.
The sheriff responded, “I’ve heard some horrific stories in Harris County and others, and I’ll tell you right now the residents of Fort Bend County, they support the 2nd Amendment. Many of them are armed.
“My caution to the looters out there, those that want to rob our people that are suffering: You may want to stay out of Fort Bend County, because there’s a possibility you could leave this county in a bag.”
Hurricane Harvey has dumped an estimated 27 trillion gallons of water in Texas and Louisiana. Tens of thousands of people have been forced to evacuate.
Current damage estimated from Accuweather are that the total losses from the hurricane could reach $190 billion.
“This is the costliest and worst natural disaster in American history,” Dr. Joel N. Myers said.
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You can see the video of Sheriff Tehls’ warning below: