A day after a fire at the Alpine Motel Apartments left six dead, owner Adolfo Orozco ordered the building’s manager not to speak to investigators until they had “gotten their stories straight,” according to police reports obtained by the Review-Journal.
A pair of Las Vegas men accused in the theft of 240 pounds of commercial-grade explosives from a Southern Nevada mining business are facing federal charges.
The driver of an SUV that fatally struck two 16-year-old Las Vegas girls was ordered held without bail on Monday.
Proponents say a settlement in a class-action lawsuit will ensure that poor criminal defendants in rural Nevada counties receive adequate legal representation.
The driver of a Mercedes SUV that police say fatally struck two 16-year-old Las Vegas girls Monday night has been arrested on suspicion of driving while impaired.
Chief Deputy District Attorney John Giordani also asked a judge to order Adolfo Orozco to surrender his passport, citing “substantial ties” to other states and Mexico.
Robert Eliason’s legal battle began in 2017. The embattled lawman, who is not a certified police officer, has served in office since 2015 and is now in his second term.
A Moldovan man pleaded guilty in Las Vegas federal court on Friday to a conspiracy charge for his role in a global cybercrime ring, the Justice Department said.
With coronavirus infections on the rise in Clark County, jury trials that had been scheduled to start next month in District Court were canceled, Chief Judge Linda Bell said Monday.
A man who claims he was wrongfully imprisoned for three decades on death row for a 1985 murder on the Strip is suing the Metropolitan Police Department.