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Victorville Daily Press (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Victorville, CaliforniaSaturday Marc h 28, 20is High Speed Chase ends with arrest near seventh Street mph son today Sun Mon 86749� 83749� 85753� Complete forecast c6 Summit Valley Man found dead in Aqueduct Good morning High desert serving our communities since 1937 $1 plus tax sheriffs officials say he could be missing Hesperia Man Regio City officials attend conference municipal and county officials attended the Lvi Day annual san Bernardino county City county conference on thursday and Friday morning in Lake Arrowhead to hear presentations and to network with their Peers. Healthy communities education collaboration Public private partnerships transportation and water especially water conservation were among the topics discussed. By Anneli Fogt staff writer Summit Valley authorities found a body in the California Aqueduct North of Las Flores ranch near Highway 173 on Friday and say it could be a 53-year-old Man reported missing out of Hesperia on March 20. San Bernardino county sheriff s officials said Friday that the body has not been identified but the clothing appears to match that of the missing Man. Authorities said the body was found around 10 15 . Friday morning by an Aqueduct employee. It was found at a pumping station North of Las Flores ranch in the grates used to catch debris before water goes into Silverwood Lake according to authorities. The sheriffs dive team see Aqueduct a6 All Star student in demand Cajon pass nation world lawmakers police clash Over secrecy Arizona lawmakers thought they were doing police a favor when they passed a measure that would keep secret for two months the name of any officer involved in an on duty shooting. But police chiefs say the proposal would serve Only to hamper their ability to manage Complex police Community relations and they Are asking the governor to veto the measure. Civil rights groups and Community activists also want to see the Bill rejected saying that adding another layer of secrecy will Only deepen the Divide Between Law enforcement and some segments of the Public especially in minority communities. A3 business. D5 lottery. A California. Movies. A classified. F6 obituaries.,r6 comics. A religion. R1 dear Abby. Sports. Cd Homes. I weather.c6 Contact us Home delivery.-------760-241-7755 news tips �?_______760-951-6235 volume 78, Issue 150 taxes and tolls toll lanes on interstate 15 through the Cajon pass that a what ban Bernardino associated governments sandbag officials have proposed. Californians pay higher taxes Here in California than most other states Gas taxes state income taxes sales taxes a lot of which is supposed to go to build and improve highways and roads yet toll lanes Are quickly becoming a hot topic. Editor Steve Hunt takes a look at the Issue and offers a response. Laws Hesperia runners respond to decision on Jessica Law Bill authors intend to reintroduce legislation allowing local discretion by Gary Brodeur staff writer Jessica a Law authors George and Sharon runner responded Friday to a decision by the California department of corrections and rehabilitation to Stop enforcing Jessica a Law residency restrictions statewide. A a we re disappointed by the corrections departments sweeping decision to Stop enforcing the Peoples will As expressed in Jessica a Law Quot the husband and wife lawmakers said 111 a statement. A the residency restrictions in Jessica a Law help keep our neighbourhoods and children Safe and provide important piece of mind for California s be Jessica s Law a6 Man arrested after three hour standoff deputies respond to Call of possible Domestic dispute by Anneli Fogt staff writer Hesperia a 48-year old Man was arrested Friday morning in the 10300 Block of Hawthorne Avenue after a three hour standoff with Sher iffy a deputies authorities said Mit Hael Stew Art w As arrested at the Hoirup Tust after 0 30 . After pm Pei 1 dim v our v sheriffs m put owe e Abb to get him out of the Home and peace Tull a take hrs into custody w without Turt Ler incident scanner t it fit reported Stew Art v ame out of the Home w Ith his hands up at 0 . He got onto s Knees and followed deputies orders to Lay 011 the ground by tor e being handcuffed sheriff a s officials said the Inci Dent at 0 to . When see standoff a5 by Brooke self staff writer Victorville one Silverado High school senior is currently weighing some impressive College options. Chandler Brown 17, was recently accepted to eight of the most prestigious universities in the nation and is waiting to hear Back from four More. A a in be been accepted to Yale Cornell Dartmouth Columbia Mit Duke us and Urcla a he said. A my first reaction was Shock. These Are All really great schools and its not something you can just expect to get into. It was really humbling and Nice to get Browm who lives in Hesperia said he a received a full ride scholarship offer from at least three of the schools and will keep his options open unto ire hears Back from Moi e see Brown. A6 Verado High school student Chandler Brown holds some of his acceptance letters from prestigious universities in his Hesperia Home this week. 5e Huerta daily press Ivy league schools recruiting Silverado 1 Ligh senior

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