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New Station Leadership in Grand Forks Sector

Release Date
Fri, 08/21/2020

U.S. Border Patrol Announces New Patrol Agent in Charge

GRAND FORKS N.D. — The Pembina, ND Border Patrol Station has received a new Patrol Agent in Charge.  

PAIC Michael "Scott" Webster
PAIC Michael "Scott" Webster

Michael “Scott” Webster has been selected as the new Patrol Agent in Charge of the Pembina Station.

Scott joined the U.S. Border Patrol in March 1998.  His first duty assignment was at the Harlingen, TX Station.  He has advanced through the leadership ranks as a Supervisory Border Patrol Agent, Field Operations Supervisor, Deputy Patrol Agent in Charge and now Patrol Agent in Charge.

“Congratulations to Agent Webster on his promotion,” said Acting Chief Patrol Agent of Grand Forks Sector William J. Maddocks.  “His knowledge and many years of experience, combined with his humble nature and approach, have prepared him well for the position.”

Agents assigned to the Pembina Station are responsible for approximately 102 miles of land border that covers parts of Minnesota and North Dakota, and borders the Canadian Province of Manitoba.

Last Modified: Feb 03, 2021