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Shocking moment ICE agents smash a car window and drag an undocumented immigrant onto the street in front of his wife and two children after he refused to get out unless they showed him a warrant

  • Florencio Millan-Vazquez, 32, was driving with his two children and their mother when ICE officers boxed in his vehicle in Kansas City on Monday
  • Facebook Live video filmed by Cheyenne Hoyt shows the moment ICE officials approach Millan-Vazquez’s vehicle and claim that they have a warrant
  • The father refused to get out of the vehicle as the officers failed to show him paper proof of the warrant
  • Footage shows an officer take a small device and blast the driver’s side window
  • Officers then unlock the car and drag Millan-Vazquez out of the vehicle so that they can make the arrest. 
  • Millan-Vazquez has had a misdemeanor on his record and was ordered out of the country and back to Mexico by a federal judge in 2011

Shocking video shows the moment U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers were filmed breaking a father’s car window and dragging him out of the vehicle while his family sat horrified inside. 

Florencio Millan-Vazquez, 32, was driving with his two children and their mother when ICE officers boxed in his vehicle in Kansas City on Monday. 

Facebook Live video filmed by Cheyenne Hoyt shows the moment ICE officials approach Millan-Vazquez’s vehicle and claim that they have a warrant for his arrest. 

 

Florencio Millan-Vazquez, 32, was driving with his two children and their mother when ICE officers boxed in his vehicle in Kansas City on Monday

But the father refused to get out of the vehicle as the officers failed to show him paper proof of the warrant. 

Footage shows an officer take a small device and blast the driver’s side window. Officers then unlock the car and drag Millan-Vazquez out of the vehicle so that they can make the arrest. 

The couple’s children can be heard in the background crying and sharing that they were scared and wanted to see their father. 

The father refused to get out of his vehicle when officers claimed that they had a warrant for his arrest, adding that they did not have paper proof to show him

Officers broke his window to gain access and then proceeded to arrest Millan-Vazquez

The father refused to get out of his vehicle when officers claimed that they had a warrant for his arrest, adding that they did not have paper proof to show him. Officers broke his window to gain access and then proceeded to arrest Millan-Vazquez

‘After attempting to negotiate with Millan-Vazquez for about 25 minutes, the ICE officers were left with no other choice than make the arrest by physically removing him from the vehicle,’ a statement from ICE spokesman Shawn Neudauer said, according to NBC News. 

But according to Hoyt, the family had been stopped as soon as they got in a car and as they were rushing to rush their infant daughter to the doctor.     

‘He didn’t break any laws he works every day and comes home that’s it but we are all human and have rights at the end of the day,’ she said under the Facebook Live post. 

'After attempting to negotiate with Millan-Vazquez for about 25 minutes, the ICE officers were left with no other choice than make the arrest by physically removing him from the vehicle,' a statement from ICE spokesman Shawn Neudauer said

‘After attempting to negotiate with Millan-Vazquez for about 25 minutes, the ICE officers were left with no other choice than make the arrest by physically removing him from the vehicle,’ a statement from ICE spokesman Shawn Neudauer said

Kansas City Police were also at the scene and would not comment on the nature in which ICE broke the window to gain access to the vehicle.

Millan-Vazquez has had a misdemeanor on his record and was ordered out of the country by a federal judge in 2011. 

But according to Hoyt, 'he didn't break any laws he works every day and comes home that's it but we are all human and have rights at the end of the day'

But according to Hoyt, ‘he didn’t break any laws he works every day and comes home that’s it but we are all human and have rights at the end of the day’

‘Millan-Vazquez complied with the judge’s order by returning to Mexico,’ Neudauer added.

‘However, five days after he returned to Mexico, he was encountered by immigration officials after he illegally re-entered the United States under an assumed name. He was issued an expedited removal order.’ 

The officer who broke the window did suffer some minor cuts. 

The father is being held at the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department as of Tuesday.

A fundraiser for Hoyt shares that the couple have two children, an 11-year-old boy and a 7-month-old infant. Their daughter has medical conditions and her father was the family’s sole provider. 

A fundraiser for Hoyt shares that the couple have two children, an 11-year-old boy and a 7-month-old infant. Their daughter has medical conditions and her father was the family’s sole provider

 

 

 

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