Steve Rushfield, a Family Court marshal at the center of an FBI investigation into allegations of excessive force and other misconduct, has been let go, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has learned.
District Judge Kathleen Delaney on Wednesday sentenced Ammar Harris, a self-proclaimed pimp and accused killer, to a minimum of 16 years to a maximum of life in prison for raping and robbing a woman in 2010.
A week after her son was shot and killed by police near Red Rock canyon Tracy Meadows has more questions than answers.
“My son ain’t never been a gang member. He wasn’t violent. He never used hard drugs … I wouldn’t accept that s*** from him,” D’Andre Berghardt Sr. said in a phone interview from his Los Angeles home.
The Bureau of Land Management said the man shot and killed near Red Rock Canyon Friday threatened to shoot them before getting into a Nevada Highway Patrol car.
Family Court Judge William Gonzalez issued a statement late Wednesday saying James Kenyon is no longer employed as a marshal by the Eighth Judicial District Court.
Trooper Lucas Schwarzrock, a five-year veteran of NHP responded to the scene where 20-year-old D’Andre Berghardt Jr. was shot and killed by a Bureau of Land Management ranger after Berghardt got into Schwarzrock’s patrol car.
Two men observing a police stop Friday watched in growing disbelief and then horror as the seemingly routine incident turned deadly when a federal ranger shot a man inside a state trooper’s patrol car.
Eric Paul Montoya shouldn’t be dead. His accused killer, Raul “Sparks” Gonzalez, should have been in jail when the father of four was shot to death in his Las Vegas home on Jan. 14.
Carmen Solano watched on video as her father struggled for life on the floor of the Clark County jail. She knew how this movie would end, but was helpless to stop it. She and other family members attended a fact-finding hearing Thursday in the case of Luis Solano’s jailhouse death.