Ondre Wills separated from the Metropolitan Police Department on July 18, police spokesman Larry Hadfield said last week. Metro didn’t release the circumstances of his separation, but Las Vegas Police Protective Association President Steve Grammas said Wills resigned before a Metro administrative hearing on his job.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man they said robbed a convenience store clerk at gunpoint last week.
Security footage from a southwest Las Vegas restaurant captured a hit-and-run driver who repeatedly crashed into a manager’s vehicle in a failed attempt to squeeze into a tight parking spot.
The long road to banning bump stocks in the wake of the Oct. 1, 2017, Las Vegas mass shooting will come to an end in 90 days when a final rule drafted by the Department of Justice and prompted by President Donald Trump becomes law.
The new DUI Strike Team is made up of four Metro officers and three troopers who work Wednesday through Saturday nights, solely arresting suspected impaired drivers.
A jury acquitted a pair of former Nevada Department of Corrections officers of felony charges Friday after a weeklong trial.
The 50 Christmases event gave 50 inmates a chance to celebrate the holiday with a catered dinner and, for each family, a “living room” that included couches, a fresh-cut tree and gifts ready to open.
Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell inflated employer tax contributions, underpaid his employees and sought money for expenses he never paid, allowing him to steal about $83,000 since 2015, authorities said in a court filing.
The West Wendover Police Department reports one of its officers shot and killed the driver of a small pickup who produced a knife during a pursuit Saturday afternoon.
A deputy shot and killed a Pahrump man Thursday night after he opened fire during a standoff with officers, marking the first officer-involved shooting this year for the Nye County sheriff’s office.