VIDEO: Man killed after injuring three cops in shootout with Border Patrol and police

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Three law enforcement officers in southern New Mexico were injured this morning during a shootout that involved U.S. Border Patrol agents stationed outside El Paso, Texas.

The Las Cruces Police Department said an officer was on patrol on the city’s Lohman Avenue around 2:30 a.m. MDT when he encountered a suspicious person. The officer shined a vehicle light on the pedestrian, and the man opened fire.

The article goes on to state the following:

The officer was struck and did not chase the suspect but drove himself to a local hospital for medical help.

Border Patrol agents from the El Paso region’s Las Cruces station and the Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office were called in to help respond around 4 a.m.

A local news outlet reported last month that auto theft and car burglaries are on the rise in the area:

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