Off-duty Calif. deputy's instincts lead to bust


By Tatiana Prophet
Daily Press

VICTORVILLE- A man and woman carrying nearly 60 grams of methamphetamine and numerous weapons were arrested Sunday, thanks to the keen observations of an off-duty sheriff's deputy, officials said.

Deputy Kevin Henry, with the aviation unit of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, saw two people running away from a vehicle that had stalled at the overpass of Roy Rogers Drive near Civic Drive, said Deputy Kari Klaus with the Victorville sheriff's station.

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