Secret Service Agent Robbed During California Visit


Today, we’ve got a dramatic story out of California involving the Secret Service, a robbery, and a star-studded fundraiser for President Biden. Let’s break down what happened.

On Saturday, June 15, just after 9:30 p.m., the Tustin Police Department received a call about a possible robbery at the Tustin Fields 1 residential community. When officers arrived, they discovered that the victim was none other than a Secret Service agent. This agent was robbed at gunpoint, and his bag was stolen.

In the heat of the moment, there was an agent-involved shooting, though the suspect or suspects were not found, and it’s currently unclear if anyone was injured during the incident. Some of the agent’s belongings were recovered in the area, but the case remains under investigation.

Authorities are now looking for a 2004-2006 silver Infiniti FX35 or a similar vehicle that was seen fleeing the scene. While the police have assured the public that there’s no known threat, they are urging anyone with information to come forward by calling 714-573-3372.

This robbery happened at the same time President Biden was attending a high-profile fundraiser in Los Angeles. The event, which took place at the Peacock Theater in downtown LA, was packed with celebrities, including George Clooney, Julia Roberts, and Barbra Streisand. The fundraiser was a huge success, reportedly raising more than $30 million for Biden’s campaign.

Tickets for this “historic night” ranged from $250 just to get in the door, up to half a million dollars for VIP perks, such as photos with President Biden and former President Obama, and invitations to an exclusive after-party. This fundraiser follows another record-setting event hosted by CBS’ Stephen Colbert, which brought in $26 million for Biden’s campaign less than three months ago.

While the glitzy fundraiser was going on, the serious incident with the Secret Service agent highlights the stark contrasts in events happening simultaneously in California. As the investigation continues, the police are working hard to track down the suspects and bring them to justice.