The last thing Daniel Noriega expected when he dropped off his girlfriend’s son at school was to get shot at — especially by someone with a badge.
But that’s what happened to Noriega, an Orange County-born carpenter who was shot at by an ICE agent Dec. 1 across from Westmont Elementary School in Anaheim.
Federal and local authorities are tight lipped about the shooting, pointing to separate investigations by the Anaheim police departmentand the Department of Homeland Security. TheDistrict Attorney’s Office is also reviewing the case.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Virginia Kice said only that the unidentified ICE agent is still on duty.
Noriega, however, is eager to tell his side — which has become more interesting since a fatal shooting Feb. 16 at the ICE office in Long Beach. An agent there seriously wounded his supervisor and then was shot dead by another colleague. The dead agent was being evaluated by his boss. Read more;