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Developing news now on this manhunt on the US Mexican border another American Border Patrol agent gunned down in the line of duty.
He is thirty years old Nicholas IV into whether agents attacked before dawn yesterday and the rugged Arizona desert -- is dead leaving behind a wife.
And two young children.
This is obviously a shock to the family and the tragic circumstance.
But yet they have a faith and her holding to their faith.
In their god and there would be to have the faith that this life it's not all -- -- in the there's a life to come.
And they believe that families are forever Adam Housley live in the -- in Los Angeles what is new now in this investigation -- -- Well it's got the phone this morning with two different federal agencies in Mexico they're saying that there are two suspects they believe detained on the border -- what we say they believe is because.
They have to communicate with the local authorities again this is on the south side of the border.
Now American agents on the north side say they've heard some of the same rumors but of course until you get FBI agents there and you get some confirmation.
That's when we'll get more of an idea whether they truly are suspects or -- just two men detained or they're just stories we do know this though.
The entire area from the border -- five -- miles north where this occurred -- not go.
Is still considered a crime scene is completely shut down they're getting all the information possible they got.
Helicopters down there we know -- more FBI agents have gone down there as well from here -- Los Angeles and other offices to help support those from the Phoenix office that are on scene.
-- we've also been told from the sheriff's deputy and the reason -- been positive developments so far.
-- and while there's officially no arrests -- are those two people to Mexicans say they've detained south side.
Are the agents who were spying to a senior that went out -- about a Smart pardon -- a sensor that we're up about five miles north of the border -- -- went down early yesterday morning.
It's not known yet if aid is returned fire law enforcement says there's -- known drug trafficking portal.
When you're dealing with the armed drug traffickers.
You know usually are heavily armed.
And they have the advantage of knowing where they are and we don't necessarily know one will be encountering -- it always pose a danger not only the law enforcement.
But for the citizens down here.
-- US law enforcement believes are more than one shooter and may be as many as four suspects bill and they're trying to get -- all the stuff out of this hour what more of we learned about the agent -- Well it's not be followed in his brother's footsteps back -- -- -- to become part of the Border Patrol is too young -- -- he's from Ogden Utah -- On his mission to Mexico City as a Mormon he -- Spanish so he was someone who's very versed in Mexico he understood the colts -- I as much as someone could from outside the country the agony as his two young daughters and a wife friends describe -- as an outdoorsman a devoted Mormon -- learn Spanish.
His colleagues are vowing to get justice.
-- Ivins died in the line of duty.
Protect and our nation against those who threaten our way of life.
His death only strengthens our resolve to enforce the rule of law and promotes responsible to justice.
President Obama did call the IV family to offer his condolences -- has been memorial fund also set up in these children's name and a number of banks and the probable area.
Now I know you'll stay on the story get a -- when we can thank you Adam Adam Housley live there in Los Angeles Jamie --
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