The Texas attorney general’s office is investigating the San Antonio police response to a smuggling incident last month that resulted in 12 undocumented immigrants being released.

In a letter sent Wednesday to Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Police Chief William McManus, City Attorney Andy Segovia and City Manager Sheryl Sculley, Assistant Attorney General Cleve Doty warned the city to “preserve all relevant materials” related to the incident.

“Several citizens have filed complaints with the Texas attorney general’s office regarding an incident on Dec. 23 involving the release of numerous suspected illegal aliens,” Doty wrote. “The Texas attorney general’s office will investigate these complaints, and the procedure in Senate Bill 4 (indicates) litigation.”

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick also asked the attorney general to investigate the incident.

Read more at American Action News

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