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UPDATE: St. David School lockdown lifted after incident involving Border Patrol

Two suspects abandoned a vehicle at St. David School after an incident involving Border Patrol...
At least one suspect abandoned a vehicle at St. David High School on Wednesday, Feb. 16.(Google Maps)
Published: Feb. 16, 2022 at 12:26 PM MST
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ST. DAVID, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office said the lockdown at St. David School has been lifted. It was put in place Wednesday, Feb. 16, after an incident between a vehicle and USBP agents.

The Sheriff’s Office said at least one female suspect is still at large, but law enforcement officers have information indicating she is not on or near the campus.

According to the Border Patrol, an agent from the Willcox Border Patrol Station conducted a vehicle stop, during which the suspect vehicle fled, striking two Border Patrol vehicles.

The vehicle was located abandoned at St. David High School.

No additional information was immediately available. KOLD has a crew at the scene. This story will be updated as information becomes available.

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