Border Patrol Agent Assaulted While Making Arrest Near Vamori

A Supervisory Border Patrol agent from the Casa Grande Station was assaulted by a 17-year-old male Mexican national on Thanksgiving Day near Vamori, Arizona.

The agent was working alone when he encountered three male Mexican nationals south of Sells, Arizona early that evening. While attempting to detain the group, the teen became combative, forcing the agent to use his pepper spray to complete the arrest.

Both the agent and teen were evaluated at a local hospital for minor injuries sustained during the scuffle.

All three Mexican men were arrested and processed for immigration violations in accordance with Tucson Sector guidelines. Additionally, the 17-year-old is being prosecuted by Pima County for assault.

3 Comments

  1. build a wall …….think again you crazy man oracle ”trump miscalculated his wall dumb promise..build a wall? big O….IF THAT WALL GET’S BUILT……BIG O….I’ll STUDY UP and try to reach your amazing IQ commentary LEVEL …and become a fair and balanced commentator…….

  2. These attacks are becoming common place.
    Obviously the restrained use of force as prescribed by the chocolate Jesus isn’t working anymore.
    Let’s build the wall and start backing up our agents who risk their lives daily to protect our nation and our sovereignty.

    The Oracle

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