A Customs and Border Protection UH-60 Blackhawk conducts a patrol over Washington state along the northern border of the United States. (CBP photo)

Border Patrol to Move 30 Agents to Reopened Spokane Office

The U.S. Border Patrol is moving 30 agents to their recently reopened Spokane office.

Bill Kingsford, the operations officer for U.S. Border Patrol, confirmed the federal agency plans to move existing agents to the Spokane office they reopened earlier this month.

He said all new hires for U.S. Border Patrol currently go to the southern border.

The Spokane office previously closed about 10 years ago due to lack of agents.

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