Thursday, June 26, 2008

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Suspect in agent's death freed, won't be charged
7:06 a.m. June 26, 2008

A man jailed in Mexicali on suspicion of running down a Border Patrol agent in January, killing him, has been released without charges, it was reported yesterday.

The Attorney General's Office in Baja California confirmed to The Associated Press that Jesús Navarro Montes had been released from a Mexicali jail. No explanation for his release was given.

Navarro was arrested Jan. 22 by Mexican authorities. He was accused of driving a Hummer carrying drugs on Jan. 19 near Yuma, Ariz. Border Patrol Agent Luis Aguilar was placing spike strips on a road to stop the Hummer and a second vehicle when he was struck and killed, Border Patrol authorities said.

Mexican authorities alleged Navarro kept going, crossed into Mexico and gave the Hummer to accomplices.
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