More drugs are apprehended along the border towns of South Texas than anywhere else in the United States. Determined to defend the borders, Customs and Border Protection agents and local law enforcement take their jobs seriously. Border Wars isn’t afraid to show the heartbreaking, jaw-dropping, and action-packed side of issues like illegal immigration and smuggling.
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Ride along as a CBP helicopter and Border Patrol riverboat assist agents on the ground as they pursue suspected drug mules running through the dense brush on an action-packed chase along the Rio Grande.
In Mission, Texas, Officer Heather Schrock is in a high-speed chase with a car reported to be carrying drugs.
War on the Streets
Go on patrol on the South Texas border, which is separated from Mexico only by the Rio Grande River.
Spend a night with the U.S. Border Patrol RIIP teama team that adjusts their tactics and hours according to the current smuggling trendsas they track down a large group of suspected illegal immigrants hiding in the dense weeds on an embankment.
Rio Grande Rookies
In the border town Havana, new agent Rodney Garza plays a role in tracking a suspected smuggler, who is subsequently arrested.
The action on the border runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So it's critical that the men and women in law enforcement stay prepared, alert, and ready to go at the drop of a hat. Follow Border Patrol Agents and local law enforcement as they work around the clock to stop trafficking across the US border.
Animals on the Front Line
The horsesfast, maneuverable and stronghelp apprehend groups of illegal immigrants galloping through terrain that is tough even for agents on ATV, let alone on foot. The dogsobedient and tenacioususe their acute sense of smell to track suspects in the brush for miles, detect drugs and humans stashed in vehicles trying to cross the border, and stop drugs in the border towns from making their way further north. We follow agents and their animal partners as they work tirelessly for Border Patrol and border town police departments, proving that the men and women working to protect the border couldn't be as effective without the help of these animals in action.
Laredo narcotics officers raid a residence in a school zone after a confidential informant buys crack cocaine direct from a drug dealer's house.
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