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Vermont man finally admits to spraying Border Patrol agent's car with manure

posted at 11:01 am Wed Aug 16th, 2017 by (WherezIt_Staff)

A Vermont man was charged after police say he sprayed cow manure on a border patrol agent's cruiser.

According to the Lake Champlain Islander, Mark Johnson, 53, of Alburgh, was apparently upset with what he believes are the country's loose illegal immigration policies.

The Grand Isle Sheriff's Department said Johnson had a confrontation on Aug. 3 with the border patrol agent.

Read the full article on MyNBC5's website here.



Mark A. Johnson, 53, of Alburgh pleaded not guilty Thursday to simple assault on a border patrol officer and disorderly conduct. A third count, unlawful mischief, was dismissed.

Read the full article on the VT Digger website here.


A Vermont man has finally admitted to hosing down a U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer's car with stinky manure last summer following an argument about illegal immigrants being allowed to work at local farms.

Mark Johnson, of Alburgh, who struck a plea deal Tuesday on charges of simple assault on a law enforcement officer with fluids and disorderly conduct, will be forced to do 24 hours of community service and write an apology to the officer, WCAX reported.

Read the full story on the Fox website here.

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  • *** UPDATE ***
    by (WherezIt_Staff) on 10:00 am Aug 18 17
    Added information regarding Johnson's not guilty plea.

  • *** UPDATE ***
    by WherezIt Admin (admin2) on 5:29 pm Feb 15 18
    Added information about plea deal.
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