Most charges stem from a Sept. 14 confrontation in which he allegedly tried to run over a pastor with his vehicle before firing multiple gunshots into a Las Vegas apartment while the man’s wife and kids were inside.
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For 15 years, Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Nick Farese has gotten to know the Las Vegas Valley inside out. After five years of working as an organized crime bureau field training sergeant for the Southeast Area Command, Farese was promoted to lieutenant and moved to the Northwest Area Command where he oversees four investigative squads, the community-oriented police section, problem-solving unit, and the administrative functions of command.
Robert Krilich Jr. said he got the checks from his heroin dealers and split the proceeds with them, according to Las Vegas police.
The lawyer for the family of slain child beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey denounced a CBS documentary theorizing she was killed by her brother, Burke, as a “false and unprofessional television attack” and threatened to sue the network for libel.
Las Vegas police are investigating a downtown shooting Sunday night that resulted in a woman being taken to the University Medical Center trauma unit.
Supreme Court case that blocked Obama immigration program not expected to accelerate expulsions
The trial for Rick Van Thiel on federal firearms charges was put on hold this week while a judge considers a motion to dismiss the case without prejudice.
A Las Vegas Sands Corp. shareholder has filed a derivative lawsuit against Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson and members of the Sands board of directors, accusing them of wasting millions of dollars with ill-advised lawsuits and bad business decisions.
Albert Gutierrez was too old to continue down the path he was on, which included sleepless nights locked up in jail. Years of alcohol abuse had left the 70-year-old U.S. Army veteran in trouble with the law and estranged from his family. When the treatment court known as Veterans Court was made an option to him, he had a choice.
As court enters into session, Judge Heidi Almase takes her seat and begins to hear her cases for the morning. But this isn’t a regular court proceeding. As part of mental health court, the 12 defendants before her are dealing with a mental illness that contributed to their introduction to the criminal justice system.
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