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    FBI: Border Patrol shooting incident reported in Campo, CA.

    FBI: Border Patrol incident reported in Campo

    Incident reported at Forest Gate Road, SR-94




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    Posted: 06/05/2013
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    Authorities are responding to a Border Patrol incident reported in Campo Wednesday.
    The FBI confirmed that the agency is responding to the incident but no further information has been released.
    Initial reports indicate that the incident occurred at Forest Gate Road at state Route 94.
    A source told 10News that the incident involved a shooting.
    10News also learned that Campo Elementary School put itself on lockdown as a precaution, but that has been lifted.

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    Campo is where some of the last of the Minutemen volunteers were camped out, but it has been a long time since we received any word of such operations in Campo.

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    Border agent shoots at person in Campo

    By Debbi Baker11:30 a.m.June 5, 2013
    EAST COUNTY — Authorities are investigating a shooting involving a Border Patrol agent that was reported early Wednesday near Campo.
    The person involved in the incident, which was reported near Forrest Gate Road just before 7 a.m., was wounded by flying glass, Cal Fire Capt. Mike Mohler said.
    Sheriff’s officials said homicide detectives as well as agents with the FBI are at the scene.
    The Border Patrol has issued no further details.

    http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2013/jun/05/authorities-investigate-officer-involved-shooting/
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    Border Patrol officer shoots at suspected drug smuggler in Campo
    KFMB News 8 - ‎1 hour ago‎

    CAMPO (CNS) - A shooting involving U.S. Border Patrol personnel left one person wounded Wednesday -- apparently by flying car-window shards -- on a rural East County road just north of Mexico, authorities reported. . .
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    Border agent wounds suspected drug smuggler

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    by Sharon Chen
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    CAMPO, Calif. — A suspected drug smuggler was injured slightly Wednesday when a Border Patrol agent shot out his windshield, officials said.

    “TheScreen Shot 2013-06-05 at 5.05.29 PM suspect was injured however it was just from flying glass,” said Lt. Glenn Giannantonio, San Diego Sheriff’s Department Homicide Unit.

    The shooting happened at about 6:45 a.m. less than a mile north of the U.S.-Mexico border on state Route 94 near Forrest Gate Road in Campo.

    The incident began when Border Patrol agents spotted two suspicious vehicles heading north from the border.

    “One of the vehicles upon seeing the agents made an immediate u-turn and headed back towards the border,” said Lt. Giannantonio.

    The car was abandoned at the border and the occupants escaped across the border on foot. The second vehicle pulled over on the side of the highway.

    “When the vehicle stopped, agents got behind it,” said Lt. Giannantonio. ”As the agents exited the car and were walking toward the suspect vehicle, the driver made a rapid u-turn and drove directly at one of them.”

    The agent feared for his life and shot at the oncoming vehicle at least once. The driver was not hit by any bullets, but he was injured by shattered windshield glass, Giannantonio said. No Border Patrol agents were injured.

    The driver was taken to a hospital, where he was treated for cuts and released to Border Patrol custody.

    Both of the suspect vehicles were packed with large quantities of narcotics.

    “At this time, we don’t know the amount or what kind of drugs we’re dealing with. The investigation is ongoing,” said the Lieutenant. ”If I had to give an estimate, it looks about 100′s of pounds.”

    Sheriff’s homicide detectives were investigating, as is standard in cases of officer-involved shootings in unincorporated areas.

    Agents from the FBI, DEA as well as Border Patrol are also involved in the investigation.

    Giannantonio said the suspect will likely face felony charges of assault on a federal agent and transporting narcotics.

    During the incident, both Campo Elementary School and the Juvenile Ranch Facility Detention Center were placed on a voluntarily lockdown.

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