A man wanted in the drive-by shooting death of a 6-year-old Michigan girl was arrested in Las Vegas Friday.
The law enforcement academy that began with Las Vegas Constable John Bonaventura’s blessing is no longer certified, putting a class of 13 cadets in the middle of training in jeopardy.
Las Vegas police shot a woman who had engaged in a nearly 24-hour standoff with SWAT units late Tuesday night.
The 315,180-square-foot building at 200 S. Third St. in downtown Las Vegas is up for sale. Based on an appraisal, the bidding is starting at $10 million.
After a series of close calls with its helicopters, the Metropolitan Police Department’s top brass ordered an audit last year with the hope of uncovering the problems plaguing the air support section. But seven months into the review, the plug was pulled on the investigation.
As seven of the eight churchgoers struck Thursday night by an 18-year-old driver were released from the hospital, North Las Vegas police attention shifted to the whereabouts of the driver’s 1-year-old son.
The woman who revealed Las Vegas police officer Solomon Coleman’s habit of sexually intimidating and harassing women he met on duty says she almost didn’t come forward.
Clark County commissioners delayed voting to raise the sales tax to pay for police officers after Commissioner Susan Brager brought up concerns.
A Las Vegas police officer faces criminal charges after several women he met on the job accused him of abusing his authority to intimidate and sexually harass them.
Las Vegas police officers will not have the public’s trust until the department has a credible process for reviewing its own shootings, former Assistant Sheriff Ted Moody said Monday.