The illegal teen said he wanted to kill officers because he said he was “tired of people getting shot by police and nothing happening.”
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A 16-year-old here illegally from Mexico is behind bars and facing numerous felony charges after a wild run-in with law enforcement Saturday.
The teen allegedly set a Brazoria County Precinct 4 Constable’s car on fire this afternoon before leading police on a chase. According to Brazoria County Sheriff’s officials, deputies approached a Ford F-150 with the teen inside, who was acting suspicious. The teen then allegedly pulled a .22-caliber rifle on the approaching deputy before speeding off.
Deputies chased the suspect, who struck a motorcycle officer who was escorting a funeral, before he was apprehended. The motorcycle officer didn’t suffer any injuries.
The suspect allegedly told deputies he was “tired of his people getting shot by police and nothing happening, so he came to shoot them.”
PEARLAND, TX (KTRK) — The Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office says they arrested a 16-year-old illegal immigrant for… http://t.co/1ddeEBFvt3
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