James Paul Markowitz, Biography, Age, Wiki, Arrested by Border Patrol Agents, Death Cause, Investigation Report

James Paul Markowitz Biography – Wiki

Border officials said the man, identified as James Paul Markowitz, had been picked up in an “illegal smuggling incident.” Who was arrested by Border Patrol agents has died in government custody, according to a statement from US Customs and Border Protection to congressional officials on Wednesday.

James Paul Markowitz Age

He was 32 years old.

Charges and Arrested by Border Patrol Agents

The man was arrested at about 3:30 p.m. Tuesday by agents assigned to the Border Patrol station in Brackettville, about 30 miles east of the border with Mexico.

According to the CBP the man “began exhibiting signs of distress” at about 6 p.m., while he was being processed in Brackettville. Agents trained as emergency medical technicians “immediately administered first aid” and eventually called local emergency services, CBP said. The man was taken to the hospital at 6:40 p.m. Tuesday and pronounced dead at 9:37 p.m.

The Border Patrol does not ordinarily detain U.S. citizens, but it routinely arrests Americans accused of trying to smuggle immigrants who have crossed the border illegally. Those arrested can be charged with a felony in federal court.

The agency did not immediately provide the circumstances of the man’s arrest or the allegations against him.

Death Cause

According to a statement from US Customs and Border Protection to congressional officials on Wednesday, US citizen who was arrested by Border Patrol agents has died in government custody.

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Border officials said the man, identified as James Paul Markowitz, had been picked up in an “illegal smuggling incident.”

“On Tuesday, February 4, at approximately 3:30 p.m. CST, U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Brackettville, Texas, Station arrested a 32-year-old male U.S. citizen after he was identified as a suspect in an alien smuggling incident,” CBP said in the statement, which was obtained by BuzzFeed News.

Investigation Report

The Border Patrol does not ordinarily detain U.S. citizens, but it routinely arrests Americans accused of trying to smuggle immigrants who have crossed the border illegally. Those arrested can be charged with a felony in federal court.

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