After only a few months in Las Vegas, Furlough stole at least $230,000 from Hale, and possibly upwards of $145,000 more, in what prosecutor J.P. Raman called a swift and extreme case of elderly exploitation.
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Two men and a juvenile were arrested after robbing a southeast valley auto parts store on Monday, Henderson police said.
Las Vegas police responded to a stabbing on Las Vegas Boulevard on Tuesday afternoon. Officers were dispatched to the High Hat Regency Motel, 1300 Las Vegas Blvd. South, across the street from A Little White Wedding Chapel and south of Charleston Boulevard.
The guilty plea by Robert Wolfe, a cooperating witness in an investigation targeting local doctors for illegally distributing painkillers, came in a still-sealed criminal case.
A man with an “intellectual disability,” who had faced the death penalty for more than six years, was sentenced Tuesday to 14 to 40 years in prison in connection with a 2008 fatal shooting.
Clark County Coroner Michael Murphy is leaving office for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, where he’ll be program manager of the center’s unknown victim identification program.
A lawyer was appointed Tuesday for the suspected getaway driver for Erich Nowsch, accused of gunning down Tammy Meyers in front of her northwest valley home.
Authorities on Tuesday identified a Las Vegas woman and her granddaughter killed the day before in a hit-and-run car crash at a bus stop, as well as the man police said is responsible for their deaths.
At a town hall meeting, held at the 100 Academy of Excellence charter school in North Las Vegas, law enforcement and black community leaders met to discuss policies that were in place to bridge the gap between police and communities of color.
The Police Protective Association Executive Board is attempting to oust Executive Director Chris Collins from his leadership role in the union, multiple sources confirm.
A Florida man wanted on child pornography possession and distribution charges was arrested Monday in Nye County, the county sheriff’s office wrote in a release.
Two people are in custody in connection with a hit-and-run crash that injured two people and killed a third Monday afternoon at a bus stop near Sahara Avenue and Maryland parkway, according to Las Vegas police.
Jessie Aulelava, a Loomis armored truck driver, is charged with two counts of grand larceny after police say he and Shiva Zamiri, a brothel employee, took an undisclosed amount of money.
A Nye County sheriff’s deputy accused of pushing and threatening his wife with a gun Sunday morning remains under medical evaluation, officials said Monday.
A man convicted of stalking and killing his ex-wife was sentenced to 34 years to life in prison Monday.
A Boulder City man thought he was hearing firecrackers Sunday night, but with shouts and more pops, he knew something much more serious was happening. Later, his neighbor was dead.
Ankle bracelets and electronic monitoring will become more widely used in Clark County this year as officials look for ways to save money and decrease the soaring inmate population at the Clark County Detention Center.
A Metro SWAT unit was called to a central valley home for nearly four hours Saturday afternoon after a man locked himself in the house following a domestic dispute, Las Vegas police said.
A former Henderson police officer says he retired after complaints about his “display” of his Muslim faith — which apparently consisted of wearing a traditional head covering.
A former Nevada Youth Training Center inmate claims he was subjected to cruel and unusual punishment at the Elko facility. Jaylyn Garcia-Davis, now 20 and residing in a state prison, claims he was placed in a small room without a toilet or running water and was hogtied for hours. He also claims two male staff members broke his hand while restraining him.
A Utah fugitive was arrested Friday in Las Vegas by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, according to an agency news release.
Nevada’s new Court of Appeals issued its first published opinion Thursday, a day after hearing oral arguments for the first time. In its opinion, the court upheld the prison sentence imposed on Jimmy Pitmon in an attempted lewdness case.
Las Vegas police don’t plan to prosecute any Nevada lawmakers in connection with an alleged extortion plot aimed at Nevada Republican Assemblyman Chris Edwards.
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