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Police release video of suspect in armed robbery
 
Police release video of suspect in armed robbery

Las Vegas police released video Monday in an effort to identify a man they said robbed a convenience store clerk at gunpoint last week.

Buffalo Wild Wings Hit and Run
 
Buffalo Wild Wings Hit and Run

Here’s the surveillance of the hit-and-run crash in front of BWW, in which a woman repeatedly crashed into a manager’s vehicle in a failed attempt to squeeze into a tight parking spot. She walks in, asks how long the wait is, then storms off after being told of the 10-minute wait time. Footage courtesy of manager Daniel Rees.

Jury finds former corrections officers not guilty on all counts
 
Jury finds former corrections officers not guilty on all counts

Paul Valdez and Jose Navarrete, two former Nevada Department of Corrections officers accused of using unnecessary force on an inmate were both found not guilty on all charges after a jury deliberated less than 2 hours.

Henderson Constable appears in court
 
Henderson Constable appears in court

Earl Mitchell, the Henderson Constable indicted on four counts of theft and one count of fraudulent appropriation of property, appeared in court Thursday.

Former FBI agent recalls tragic case 20 years later
 
Former FBI agent recalls tragic case 20 years later

Timothy Blackburn robbed a Bank of America depository in December 1998 for more than $1 million — the largest bank robbery in Nevada’s history. After eluding authorities initially, Blackburn was caught and jailed at the North Las Vegas Detention Center. In August 1999, he escaped, guns blazing, with his wife’s help, and disappeared for weeks only to be found at an apartment near Boulder Highway. Former FBI Agent Henry Schlumpf, the lead on the case, remembers vividly the hostage situation that would end tragically. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Officer Shoots Suspect in Nye County – Bodycam
 
Officer Shoots Suspect in Nye County – Bodycam

A Nye County Sheriff’s deputy shot and killed a man Thursday night. Jason Paul O’Bannon, 46, died after the altercation with police. Reports of a man firing a weapon outside his house brought police to the scene just after 8 p.m. Detective Wesley Fancher fired the shot that killed O’Bannon, police said.

O’Bannon had a “lengthy criminal history” in California and Nevada dating to 1988, according to police

Nye County sheriff news conference on officer-involved shooting
 
Nye County sheriff news conference on officer-involved shooting

Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly details the police response as officers came under fire Thursday when a man was shooting a rifle in his yard. When the man pointed a weapon at an officer, police opened fire. The man died.

Officer-involved shooting in Nye County
 
Officer-involved shooting in Nye County

The Nye County Sheriff’s Office gives information about a shooting in Pahrump on Thursday night after a man began firing shots outside of his home. (Nye County Sheriff’s Office)

Law Enforcement Active Shooter Training Exercise
 
Law Enforcement Active Shooter Training Exercise

Multiple Las Vegas Valley law enforcement agencies held an active shooter drill at the Department of Public Safety’s Parole and Probation office on December 6, 2018. Officials set up the training exercise to include multiple active shooters, a barricaded suspect and multiple casualties. (Katelyn Newberg/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)

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