Victorville Shooting Today – Suspect in a California homicide is shot and murdered in the high desert.

Victorville Shooting Today  – After reportedly fleeing with his daughter, 15, in a Southern California murder case, the suspect was shot and killed by law police on Tuesday in the high desert, according to authorities. According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, the suspect, 45-year-old Anthony John Graziano, was declared dead at the scene near Hesperia. Authorities would not immediately confirm whether his female passenger, who was also hit by gunfire, was the missing adolescent.

Investigators had issued an Amber Alert after Graziano drove off in a white 2017 Nissan Frontier with California license plates with his daughter, Savannah Graziano. After reportedly killing a lady on Monday in a domestic violence episode in San Bernardino County, east of Los Angeles, Graziano was described as armed and aggressive. According to the sheriff’s office, a 911 caller reported sighting the Nissan Frontier in Barstow on Tuesday. According to the authorities, Graziano started pursuing the vehicle and fired several bullets out of the back window. According to investigators, the Nissan became disabled in Hesperia. Upon returning fire from the suspect, the deputies hit Graziano and the female passenger. She was taken to a medical center.

Due to Tuesday’s crime scene, Interstate 15 had significant delays. A news conference for the afternoon was planned. Early on Monday, the scene of the first murder was found in Fontana, which is located approximately 35 miles (56 kilometers) south of Hesperia. When police were called to reports of shooting at around 7:30 a.m., they discovered the victim at a house with several gunshot wounds, according to authorities. The woman was taken in an ambulance and later declared deceased at the hospital.