Support for Law Enforcement

In 2015, the Texas Alcohol and Beverage Commission determined that it had a surplus stockpile of semi-automatic rifles. Their solution was sell these rifles to local law enforcement agencies at a discounted rate of $100 per rifle. While most municipalities’ police departments had budgets to make this purchase, other departments such as the Angelina County Sheriff’s office, were unable to access the funds to do so. A group of local leaders agreed that these agencies should have some type of organization to help them attain additional funds for future opportunities. Rocky Thigpen and local business owners created a non-profit organization called B.U.L.L.E.T. Businesses Understanding Local Law

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