http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/news/local/6297309.htm An 18-officer unit polices the agricultural community in the Miami area, where fruit theft costs farmers hundreds of thousands of dollars a year, the Miami Herald reports. The officers work to protect the farmlands and nurseries in an area of more than 400 square miles. When night falls, the agricultural patrol is on the lookout for thieves who cut the fences around the groves and nurseries, drive trucks inside and sneak out with hundreds of . . .
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