The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas
Welcome from Texas Rangers Company "D" Headquarters - Weslaco
Major Brian Burzynski, Commanding


Major Brian Burzynski

The members of Company “D” Texas Rangers welcome you to the web site for the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and Museum.

Company “D” extends along the Texas/Mexico border region; from Val Verde and Edwards Counties to the north, stretching south along the Rio Grande River to Cameron and Willacy Counties at the Gulf of Mexico, then North along the gulf coast to Refugio County.  This region encompasses 640 miles of the Texas/Mexico border and 21 international border crossings. 

Company “D” was realigned in May of 2011 in response to a demand for greater law enforcement presence along the Texas/Mexico border. It was previously designated Company G (2008-2011).

The ever-increasing population and vibrant economy in parts of this region has brought with it an increased level of criminal activity attempting to prey on the region’s success.  This, coupled with contemporary issues of transnational organized crime and terrorism, places Company “D” personnel on the front lines of Texas’ homeland security efforts.   In addition to the traditional criminal investigative functions of the Texas Rangers, Company “D” personnel play an integral role in the State’s border security strategy and operations.

By more than doubling the previous authorized strength in this territory, the Texas Rangers of Company “D” stand ready to work with our local, state, and federal law enforcement partners in providing a safe environment for the residents and visitors of our region.

Company Lieutenants

Lt. Corey Lain
Corpus Christi

Lt. Ricardo Rivera
Weslaco

Rangers


Randy Aguirre
Sinton

James Bennett
Beeville

Robert "Chris" Callaway
McAllen

Antonio DeLuna
Corpus Christi

Roger Dixon
Del Rio

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Elias Escalon
Weslaco


Eustacio Galvan

Falfurrias

Bobby Garcia
McAllen

Randy Garcia

Cotulla

Samuel “Cody” Lankford
Harlingen

Wayne Matthews
Uvalde

Nathan Mutz
Laredo


Patrick O'Connor
Brownsville


John B. Ramirez
Rio Grande City


Antonio Rocha
Brownsville


Ernesto J. Salinas
Laredo

Jose Sanchez
Eagle Pass

Matthew "Matt" Sigur
Alice

Donato E. Vela
McAllen

Rolando Villarreal, Jr.

Weslaco

 

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James Wilkins

Laredo


STAFF
Venessa Magaña
Admin. Assistant
Weslaco
James L. Moreno
Admin. Assistant
Corpus Christi
Analisa Ruiz
Admin. Assistant
Laredo

 

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