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LAS VEGAS (AP) — The son of a Las Vegas city official is accused of committing a string of robberies. Police say 27-year-old Shane Ross was taken into custody Friday morning after allegedly robbing three businesses at gunpoint. Ross is the son of Las Vegas Mayor Pro Tem Steve Ross.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A body of a man has been found in a residential Las Vegas neighborhood. Police say residents in the area of Cheyenne Avenue and Pecos Road discovered the body Saturday afternoon. Investigators say there are signs the man was the victim of a suspicious death.

GARDNERVILLE, Nev. (AP) — The Latest: A black sheriff who was elected as a Democrat in Wisconsin stole the show at a rural Republican rally on a ranch in northern Nevada. Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. took aim at what calls the "Never Trumpers" Saturday during the 2nd annual Basque Fry barbeque sponsored by Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt and his conservative political action committee.

GARDNERVILLE, Nev. (AP) — An urban, black Wisconsin sheriff elected as a Democrat joined Republican leaders at a rally on a Nevada ranch Saturday urging the GOP faithful to put aside any reservations they may have about Donald Trump and help defeat Hillary Clinton for the good of the country. Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. took aim at the "Never Trumpers" he says could end up getting Clinton elected president if they skip the November election.

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