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Suspect Fatally Shot by Border Patrol Agent Wanted for Murder in Washington

By Steve Neavling

The man shot and killed by a Border Patrol agent last week was wanted for murder, reports. 

Investigators said a man was crossing the border illegally in Sumas in Washington when the shooting occurred.

“The subject refused the agents commands then assaulted one of the agents with an unknown incapacitating spray,” said Dan M. Harris Jr., chief Border Patrol agent for the Blaine sector.

Turns out, the suspect, 20-year-old Jamison Childress, was wanted for murder outside Whatcom County, where the shooting happened.



Deputy U.S. Marshal Fatally Shot in a Shootout in Baton Rouge

Deputy U.S. Marshal Josie Wells

By Allan Lengel

Deputy U.S. Marshal Josie Wells was shot in the neck and killed Tuesday in a gun battle in Baton Rouge, La.

Wells, 27, a native of Mississippi, had been with the U.S. Marshals Service since January 2011.

Authorities said that Wells was part of a team executing arrest warrants on fugitive Jamie Croom, who was wanted for double homicide in Baton Rouge.

The team engaged in gunfire with the fugitive and Wells was shot, authorities said. He was immediately transported to Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary, Louisiana, where he died.

The fugitive, Croom, was also shot and transported to a local hospital where he later died.

“Our deputies and law enforcement partners face untold dangers every day in the pursuit of justice in cities nationwide,” Director Stacia A. Hylton said in a statement. “The fugitive who killed Deputy Wells was extremely dangerous, wanted for double homicide and intentionally evaded justice.”

Attorney General Eric Holder issued a statement Wednesday, saying:

 “Deputy Marshal Josie Wells was a dedicated law enforcement officer, a remarkable patriot and a courageous public servant. Though he was taken from us far too suddenly and far too soon, he leaves behind an indelible legacy that will live on in the lives he touched; in the work that the U.S. Marshals Service continues to perform; and in a world that is safer because of his devoted service. His loss is a deeply tragic reminder that the work of our law enforcement officers around the nation is extremely serious, profoundly heroic and deserving of our most emphatic support. The thoughts and prayers of the law enforcement community will be with the family and loved ones of Deputy Marshal Wells throughout this difficult time. And as we go forward, the Department of Justice intends to honor his service and his sacrifice by continuing to fight for the values he protected every day, and to defend the American people for whom he gave his life.”

Jon Adler, president of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, issued a statement:

“We will always remember and honor the indomitable will of Deputy U.S. Marshal Wells, for his heroic sacrifice and his unwavering commitment to protecting the American citizenry.

“The profound loss of our brother is beyond measure, but his willingness to risk his own life in the pursuit of homicidal maniacs is his legacy to all of us. We are all now duty‐bound to bow our heads and pay tribute to a man of honor, and always remember and respect his ultimate sacrifice.”

FBI Agent Shot by Own Gun at Firearms Training in California

By Steve Neavling

An FBI agent was shot in the leg by his own gun Thursday during a firearms training in California, U-T San Diego reports. 

Officials said they still aren’t certain if the gun malfunctioned or was accidentally discharged.

The unidentified agent was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

The accident happened about 10 a.m. at the San Diego Regional Firearms Training Center.

2 FBI Agents Shot Near Unrest in Ferguson While Executing Search Warrant

By Steve Neavling

Two FBI agents were shot while helping police execute a search warrant near Ferguson early Wednesday, Reuters reports.

The FBI said the shooting was unrelated to the unrest in Ferguson, where protesters have been gathering for months after a white police officer shot an unarmed black teen.

“The incident is not directly related to the Ferguson protests,” FBI spokeswoman Rebecca Wu said.

One agent was shot in the leg and the other was shot in the shoulder.

The injuries are not life-threatening, the bureau said.

ATF Agent Wounded, Suspect Dead in Shootout in Athens, Ga.

By Rhonda Cook
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A federal agent was in critical but stable condition Tuesday night and a suspect was dead after a shooting during an undercover law enforcement operation in Athens. A second suspect has been charged in the case.

State and federal officials told reporters an Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent was in the intensive care unit at an area hospital recovering from his wounds.

They identified the dead man as 20-year-old Javonta Darden. The other suspect, 21-year-old Steven McKinley, was arrested.

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ICE Agent Shot to Death: 14-Year-Old Son is Suspect

By Allan Lengel

A California Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent was shot to death in Los Angeles County Wednesday and his 14-year-old was arrested on suspicion of murder, the LA Times reported.

The Times reported that the agent was killed by a single bullet that was fired into their Carson, Calif., home from the father’s ICE-issued handgun.

The name of the agent and son were not disclosed. The agent was around 40.

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