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Topic - Lifelock
Investigators were scouring a rugged area near the U.S.-Mexico line for evidence in the fatal shooting of a Border Patrol agent.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Todd Davis has dared criminals for two years to try stealing his identity: Ads for his fraud-prevention company, LifeLock, even offer his Social Security number next to his smiling mug.
"Nick always tried to help others. He was a very selfless man with his family, with his friends, in anything he did," Mr. Davis said. "You know the risk, but you pray this day would never happen."
Mr. Davis said Agent Ivie's desire to help others and his love of the outdoors and riding horses led him to the Border Patrol, where he served on the horse patrol unit.