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Wednesday, July 04, 2012

ICE Agent Shot Near Hargill, Texas

Extracted from report by Lynn Brezosky:
Immigration and Customs Enforcement - Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent Kelton Harrison was shot in a rural area of Hidalgo County, [Texas] ICE spokeswoman Nina Pruñeda said in a news release.

He was out of surgery at a McAllen [Texas] hospital by early afternoon and was expected to survive.

“Special Agent Harrison was shot early this morning ( Tuesday, July 3, 2012) while conducting surveillance in a brushy area just outside of Hargill,” Pruñeda said, adding that the surveillance was part of an ongoing criminal investigation. “Please continue to keep Special Agent Harrison and his family in your thoughts and prayers during his recovery.”

Pruñeda said HSI was investigating with the assistance of the Texas Department of Public Safety, the Texas Rangers, the Hidalgo County Sheriff's office and the FBI.

Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Treviño said he was limited in the information he could release because of the investigation.

“He was shot by some unknown males,” he said, adding that the search over the extensive area was for bullet casings and other potential evidence. . . . [Read More]

Harrison has been with Homeland Security Investigations in McAllen since 2010.
Our prayers go out to Kelton Harrison and his family.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i hear an illegal shot him because he feared for his life. Wonder if fast and furious weapon used.. Holder and obama need to tossed in jail..

7/7/12, 5:43 PM  

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