URGENT: U.S. Border Patrol Under Fire at Border… Fingers Point to Sick Group
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A U.S. Customs and Border Protection vehicle was fired on at the Arizona border over the weekend in a known hot spot for violent drug smuggling.
Reported by Conservative Tribune:
Customs and Border Protection officials said the incident occurred near Hereford Road, just south of Sierra Vista, according to KVOA. The area is close to the Brian Terry station, which is named after Border Patrol agent who was killed in a gun battle while he was trying to apprehend a group of Mexican cartel gunmen who were attempting to steal drugs from a rival drug-smuggling operation.
The agent in Sunday’s incident, who was not identified, heard several shots fired and saw two unknown individuals with a rifle in the distance.
Luckily the agent was not struck by the gunfire. He reportedly did not return fire.
The gunmen reportedly fled the area and were not immediately located, but Breitbart reported they were suspected of being tied to drug cartels.
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