Monday, September 10, 2018

Border Patrol agent shot at from Mexico side of the border, suspect in custody

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat Thank you BB follower from San DiegoNBC


A Border Patrol agent was shot at early Sunday morning while sitting in his marked patrol vehicle near the San Ysidro Port of Entry, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.

The shooting happened shortly after 2:15 a.m. about 1 1/2 miles west from the San Ysidro border crossing and immediately north of the U.S.-Mexico international boundary, the agency said.

The agent, who was not hurt, immediately drove to a safer location. An initial inspection found several bullet holes on the driver's side of the vehicle, the CBP said.

The shooting appeared to have originated from Mexico side of the border and authorities there were immediately contacted, the agency said.

Mexican authorities initially took two suspects into custody and one of them was found with a handgun, the CBP said. The other person was released.

The FBI was contacted and is investigating the matter.

30 comments:

  1. What a joke every time one of them is attack the Mexican police is very effective but when it's a Mexican citizen the criminals are never found

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    1. Yup, disgusting situation!!

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    2. Some people are worth more than other people. Sad to say that this is the reality of our world.

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    3. Ask the Mexican government why is like that.

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    4. I thought the same thing as I was reading the article

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    5. someone was made a scapegoat for diplomatic relations

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  2. After a few days, when the smoke clears out..he will pay a modida, and be out in no time to create more crime.

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    1. Nope doubt it not if the fbi is involved he will rot in prison

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  3. It becomes an eye for an eye thing... until you've got a bunch of blind people shooting at each other
    People blind with rage, ignorance, or whatever.
    People talk, surely aware of the BP killings over the years. Eventually, someones gonna take a pot shot. With the recent mob killings over false witness in Mexico, imagine the rumors swirling in some kooks mind.

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  4. send the national guard to protect the border and fire back

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    1. 7:43 what u gotta say about that dushbag bp officer that shot n killed an unarmed mexican more than 10 times in the back...??

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    2. 6:03 what i have to say about that incident is simple... get over it

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    3. 6:03 what i have to say about that incident is get over it just a casualty of war

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    4. 8:43 sure tell that to his family...he a casualty of cawordness

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  5. That was a dumb move or maybe they did it for a reason. They wanted to have attention on that area so the big shipment can go through... if not, that was dumb. Every body knows the only people who walk around with guns in Mexico are the drug dealers and sicarios.

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  6. Well that was dumb.

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  7. No way! Scapegoat- how is it possible that the Mexican government caught someone so fast? They don’t want the heat.

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    1. Exactly!! Exactly what I thought! And those hole in that border patrol truck look a tad too big for a pistol!

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  8. to the follower that sent in the el 85 article. I will post that or someone will. I have heard the same thing about his betrayal against mencho.

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    1. PS THANK YOU! it is what i heard when 85 was released, then i heard nothing the alliance with cholo and sinaloa vs mencho makes sense of why he is giving mencho a hell of a fight......

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  9. Policia

    "Round up the usual suspects?" If Mexico would allow extradition of the accused of cross border felonies, the USA could use a polygraph and possibly avoid finger-pointing prosecution of a person innocent of that particular allegation. The policia are infamous of getting rid of scumbags by falsely charging them. At issue is the non prosecution of the responsible party.

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    1. The polygraph is known to be manipulated with practice. kmon bra!

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    2. People are "known" to win the lottery. False accusations and imprisonment are embarrassingly rife down here. Machiavellian finger-pointing has been elevated to a degree almost unparalleled in the Western Hemisphere. There is such a thing when polygraph testing as "Degrees of Suspicion". If a suspect passes a polygraph with flying colors, then public revelation would be a huge black eye for Mexican authorities and they know it. It's not the EUA versus local PD or PGE, it's EUA versus PGR and that makes it a hell of a lot more significant.

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  10. One and half miles west of San Ysidro border....It must be the part of the highway that has the big long steep hill that runs adjacent to to the fence.

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  11. Must of been some bad hombres

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  12. Talk about burning the spot!

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  13. They should send the mexican authorities to find 2pac n biggies killer...

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    1. THAT is hilarious 9:23 first laugh of my day

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