They tried to break into Biden’s grandson’s car

They tried to break into Biden’s grandson’s car

Secret Service communications chief Anthony Guglielmi, responsible for protecting US President Joe Biden and his family, stated in his written statement that “2 or 3 suspects were shot” as they attempted to break into the government vehicle assigned to Naomi Biden. in Washington. last night.

Guglielmi claimed that Secret Service agents protecting Biden’s grandson saw “probably three people” breaking the window of an empty government vehicle parked in the Georgetown district of Washington DC on November 12 at 11:58 p.m., adding: ” During this encounter, a federal agent fired his weapon, but “no one is believed to have been shot,” he said.

Guglielmi stated that the suspects escaped in a vehicle and noted that support units were notified and the incident was investigated by the Metropolitan Police Department and the Secret Service.

Guglielmi emphasized that the vehicle used in the service of Naomi Biden was empty at the time of the incident and that there was no threat to protected persons.

There is an increase in car theft in Washington following the Covid-19 outbreak. In the capital, which has seen more than 750 car theft cases this year, Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar’s car was stolen by three armed men near the Congressional building on October 3. (AA)

Source: Sozcu


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