Here are your Saturday morning headlines:
1. A fight broke out after Canyon Springs’s 20-15 win over Basic last night, that ended Clark County School District police using pepper spray. The game featured a lot of tension with 4 ejections, and at least 25 penalties, most of which were after the play for personal fouls or unsportsmanlike conduct. The brawl broke out immediately after the game ended near Basic’s sideline, and lasted about 30 seconds before police intervened. CCSD police stayed on scene and patrolled the area for about 20 minutes while both teams left the field.
2. A father and son were shot Friday evening near Twain Avenue and Decatur Boulevard. Police responsed to reports of a shooting at a yard sale around 8:45 p.m. last night, but police say they didn’t see any evidence of a garage sale. Police believe the shooting maybe a domestic incident, and both men are expected to survive.
3. A violent gang member was found guilty of murder on Friday, in a slaying that happened shortly after he was released from jail. In December 2013, Raul Gonzalez was released from custody at the request of the federal task force. Gonzalez faces a minimum of 20 years in prison for the murder of Eric Paul Montoya, a father of four, in January 2014. Prosecutors agreed to a minimum sentence because Gonzalez is already serving two life sentences without the possibility of parole for a separate robbery case.
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