EL PASO, Texas (KVIA) -- The newly appointed Border Patrol chief for the El Paso Sector, Anthony Scott Good, is reacting to ABC-7's special report, "Migrants on the Run" which ran Thursday night.
Saul sits down for a one-on-one interview with the new chief, covering a wide range of issues, from holes in the border fence, the impending lifting of Title 42, Border Patrol agent suicides, and migrant processing.
In the special report, Saul brought to light the numerous holes migrants are cutting in the Border fence near the landfill in Santa Teresa.
Construction of the steel Border Barrier came to a halt in that part of the border when Joe Biden became president.
It was one of his first executive orders.
Chief good says work is expected to resume on parts of the Border Barrier.
"We are getting funding and actually we will be putting some more ballards in that existing fence, right, to help with that mesh that you saw with the cut out there. that's actually a lot. It is," said chief Good.
Sunday Xtra airs at 10;35 after ABC-7 Weekend.