This image provided by New Mexico State Land Office shows the scene of the alleged dirt theft in Otero County, N.M. The New Mexico State Land Office is going after a West Texas county after it was learned that loads of dirt, sand and gravel were disappearing from the parcel of state trust land along the border.
This image provided by New Mexico State Land Office shows the scene of the alleged dirt theft in Otero County, N.M. The New Mexico State Land Office is going after a West Texas county after it was learned that loads of dirt, sand and gravel were disappearing from the parcel of state trust land along the border. Robert Kasuboski AP
This image provided by New Mexico State Land Office shows the scene of the alleged dirt theft in Otero County, N.M. The New Mexico State Land Office is going after a West Texas county after it was learned that loads of dirt, sand and gravel were disappearing from the parcel of state trust land along the border. Robert Kasuboski AP

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New Mexico land office goes after Texas ‘dirt bandits’

August 11, 2017 3:40 PM

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