Disorderly conduct and attempted theft charges against Dr. S. Jay Hazan, who grabbed the keys to a shuttle bus after the driver refused to take him straight home from a doctor’s appointment, will be dismissed if he stays out of trouble.
Navy veteran Edward Smith graduated Friday during a Veterans Treatment Court ceremony, the culmination of his participation in the Las Vegas Justice Court program.
Former Marine Walter Laak terrorized neighbors and attacked a pastor of a Las Vegas church, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Former Air Force technical sergeant Jarom Boyes, 46, was formally sentenced to a maximum of four years in prison for involuntary manslaughter, but walked free Tuesday because he had already served nearly five years in jail while awaiting trial.
After nearly eight hours of deliberations, a Clark County jury convicted a former Air Force technical sergeant Friday of involuntary manslaughter in the death of his wife.
A 25-year-old Ohio woman has been sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison in Nevada on fraud charges stemming from an investigation that began when she falsely claimed to be a decorated military veteran.
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.
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.
Documents that the Labor Department failed to release to a former Area 51 security officer years ago in his toxic-exposure case have been obtained by his advocate, setting the stage for a showdown in a federal appeals court.
Too often, veterans return from war with memories of unspeakable violence and horror. They’ve survived the worst that humanity has to offer, and while they may have left the war in another county, a tougher battle is waiting for them at home.