A former Nevada assemblyman is behind bars after police said he started a fight at a northeast valley convenience store and threatened to kill Las Vegas police officers.
A retired Metropolitan Police Department detective charged with murder poses a threat to the family of the man she killed, prosecutors argued Tuesday as a judge again denied her bail.
A judge Tuesday ordered the return of the bail posted by a former top tourism executive after prosecutors said they were not prepared to file a criminal complaint against him in the alleged theft of airline gift cards.
Todd Pomeroy, the former Catholic school employee arrested Monday after allegedly leaving the school a threatening voicemail, faced a similar charge in 2005, court records show.
Prosecutors agreed to release a former Las Vegas attorney from probation on Monday after he spent nearly two weeks behind bars.
Attorneys for a retired Metropolitan Police Department detective charged with fatally shooting her former son-in-law asked for a judge to set her bail at $50,000, according to court papers filed late Friday.
The second of two teens was sentenced Friday for his role in a series of racist threats made against black Arbor View High School students on Instagram.
An assistant federal public defender has been appointed to fill a vacant U.S. Magistrate seat in Las Vegas.
A retired Las Vegas police detective facing a murder charge appeared before a judge Thursday, when her lawyers said they plan to ask for a bail hearing.
Attorneys for a retired Las Vegas police detective facing a murder charge said Wednesday that she was acting in self-defense when she shot and killed her former son-in-law.