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Topic - Arnoldo Alvarado
Testimony enters its third day in the trial of a South Texas man and his son accused in the 2012 shooting of a federal agent who was on drug-patrol duty.
A federal agent has told a South Texas jury of the night he was shot and wounded while maintaining surveillance on a man and his son accused of the shooting.
A father and son were charged Thursday with shooting a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent in South Texas, prosecutors said Thursday.
He said shots from the vehicles wounded him before he veered into a field and fled for his life.