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HERMITAGE, Tenn. — A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent tried to bring a man in Hermitage, Tennessee, into custody, but neighbors formed a human chain to allow the man and his son to get home.

This happened Monday morning in the area of Brooke Valley Drive and Forest Ridge Drive. The man had entered into his van with his son when an ICE vehicle blocked him in.

The article goes on to state the following:

Over the next few hours, neighbors came out to support their neighbor, bringing them water, gas and wet rags so they could stay in their van.

About four hours later, neighbors created a chain that let the father and son run into their home. Once they were inside, ICE left as the administrative warrant they had only allowed ICE to detain, but not forcibly remove, people from their home or vehicle.

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