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By |October 19th, 2012|News|Comments Off on Family of woman shot, killed by police files wrongful death suit – Cincinnati.com|

Wrongful death claim in US Border Patrol shooting – Police News

Associated PressCHULA VISTA, Calif. — The family of a 32-year-old mother of five shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent as he rode on her car’s hood in suburban San Diego has filed a wrongful death claim against the agency, saying the agent had a long history of misconduct in a previous law enforcement job and should not have been on the street.
Attorney Eugene Iredale filed the claim Friday with the Border Patrol on behalf of Valeria “Munique” Tachiquin Alvarado and provided a copy to The Associated Press.
The documents, a required precursor for a lawsuit, say the agent, 34-year-old Justin Tackett, was suspended four times for misconduct including crashing a patrol car and violating suspects’ rights in the nearly four years that he worked as an Imperial County sheriff’s deputy. Tackett had been given a notice that he’d be fired just before he quit the job in 2003, the documents say.

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In one 2002 probation case, according to the claim, Tackett “willfully disobeyed a direct order” and “provided false and misleading information during the investigation.”
In a different incident in 2001, Tackett was called to assist police in Brawley with an incident and told to wait for them at the scene but instead rousted the suspect himself, engaged him in an altercation and cuffed him without a warrant.
The Border Patrol, which has not released Tackett’s name or answered questions about him, declined comment, and a phone listing for Tackett or an attorney representing him could not be found.
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By |October 16th, 2012|News|Comments Off on Wrongful death claim in US Border Patrol shooting – Police News|