YUMA, Ariz. (AP) — A Border Patrol official with 25 years of expertise that included assignments in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas has been named the chief patrol agent for the company’s Yuma Sector.
U.S. Customs and Border Safety introduced Wednesday that Chris T. Clem replaces Anthony Porvaznik, who lately retired after over 5 years within the place.
Clem began his profession as an agent in Lordsburg, New Mexico, and most lately was performing chief patrol agent for the Large Bend Sector in Texas. Places of his different assignments included Casa Grande, Arizona, and the Border Patrol headquarters in Washington.
The Yuma Sector contains 126 miles (202.8 kilometers) of worldwide border in Arizona and California together with three stations and three checkpoints.
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