The Eagle Pass City Council presented an award to retiree Humberto Torralba for 23 years of service with the Police Department at their meeting held on Tuesday February 6.
Mayor Ramsey E. Cantu and the entire City Council thanked Torralba for his years in service.
“We congratulate you on all you have accomplished and will continue accomplishing. We’re happy but we’re sad that you’re living us and retiring.”
The city council then presented a plaque to officer Torralba for his service.
Torralba thanked everyone in attendance for their support. “It’s been an honor and privilege working for the City of Eagle Pass.” said Torralba
Eagle Pass Police Chief Albert Guajardo spoke highly of officer Torralba and thanked him for everything he did for the community.
“You will always have a home here.” said Guajardo
Long time Peace Officer and Eagle Pass Police Department Detective Humberto Torralba retired from the City of Eagle Pass Police Department back in January.
Torralba began his new career as Chief of Police for the Pleasanton School District on January 8, 2018 after serving the Eagle Pass Community for more than two decades.
Detective Torralba has 25 years of experience, 23 which were spent working for the Eagle Pass Police Department and 2 with the Maverick County Sheriff Department.