TRESCO TEAMS WITH SHERIFF’S MUSEUM TO KEEP VEHICLES SHINY

TRESCO TEAMS WITH SHERIFF’S MUSEUM TO KEEP VEHICLES SHINY

Doña Ana County Sheriff Todd Garrison has announced an agreement with Tresco, Inc., of Las Cruces to wash and wax the Law Enforcement Museum’s 1949 Ford squad car and its 1800s-era buckboard wagon.

Tresco representative Joe Compton said two staff and a cadre of clients will arrive at the Doña Ana County Government Center at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 21, to inaugurate the collaboration. Garrison said he plans to be on hand.

Tresco, Inc., is a non-profit company organized, governed and staffed for the sole purpose of making a positive impact in the lives of children with developmental delays, and people with disabilities in the community.

The Tresco squad will wash and wax the vehicles on a monthly basis going forward, Compton said.

Both vehicles are on display just outside the main entrance to the Doña Ana County Sheriff's Department at 845 N. Motel Blvd., in Las Cruces. They are part of a collection of law-enforcement memorabilia whose pieces date back to the 1850s, most of which is housed inside the main lobby of the department.

Compton can be reached at (575) 528-5210.

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Reporters seeking more information or interviews: may call county Public Information Director Jess Williams at (575) 525-5801.