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Municipal flags in Webb County:
image by Randy Young, 24 July 2014
Webb County is the largest county in south Texas by land area and sits along the border with Mexico. The city of Laredo falls within Webb County. Thanks to Dave Fowler, I have the opportunity to bring to you the flag of the Webb County
Sheriff's Office. Based on the honor guard photo at fbcdn-sphotos-f-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xfp1/t31.0-8/q71/s720x720/10275537_10154379688715118_5125353686073367675_o.jpg as well as several photos on the sheriff's office website, I managed to pull it together.
The flag of the Webb County Sheriff's Office consists of a dark blue field with a wavy red and white stripe running across the center and a representation of the sheriff's office badge in the center.
Randy Young, 24 July 2014
Above the words "WEBB COUNTY" on the flag is the name of the sheriff. In this case, "MARTIN CUELLAR" is the name that arches above the county name. On my graphic of the flag, however, I deliberately left the words there vague, since Mr. Cuellar may not be sheriff after the next election, in which case the flag will change to reflect the incoming sheriff.
Randy Young, 25 August 2014