RACINE, Wis. (CBS 58) — The Racine County Board says the first phase of construction for Foxconn will begin soon, and it will stick around for a few years.
With the possible growth of 13,000 jobs and a population increase, Racine County is expecting the amount of drug and human trafficking-related crimes to also increase.
Racine County officials say it’s no surprise that with a population increase comes increased crime. They say drug dealers and human traffickers will take advantage of the rise in Foxconn construction workers to push their own agenda in this area…
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