Illegal Alien Accused of Stabbing Couple with a Pitchfork
A Jefferson County Grand Jury Thursday handed down an indictment for a man police say stabbed two people with a pitchfork inside a Port Neches home.

17-year-old Ivan Barraza-Alonzo was indicted on two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Investigators tell Hometown News he busted into a home in the 700 block of Avenue C in Port Neches back in February and stabbed the homeowners with a pitchfork. The husband and wife were able to fight Barraza-Alonzo off.

Police then used blood hounds to track him down at a nearby home. The Immigration and Naturalization Service put a hold on him and some others inside that home for being illegal aliens.

Both stabbing victims were treated for their minor stab wounds.

A felony indictment does not mean the suspect is guilty of any crime.
Just stabbing people with pitchforks that Americans wont stab...