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National Guard convoy transporting COVID vaccines run off road, held at gunpoint

Larry Lee Harris, the man accused of holding National Guard members at gunpoint.Lubbock County Sheriff's Office via AP

By Kenneth Garger

New York Post

A man in West Texas was arrested for allegedly forcing a National Guard convoy transporting COVID-19 vaccines off the road Tuesday and holding 11 Guard members at gunpoint, authorities said.

Larry Harris, 66, of Arizona, is accused of tailing three National Guard vans from a gas station, later claiming to police he did so because he thought a kidnapped woman and child were inside the vans, according to cops.

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