Deon Derrico, the father of Las Vegas quintuplets, is officially free of all real estate fraud charges. The two charges hanging over his head after his April acquittal of various real estate fraud charges were dropped Tuesday by the Nevada attorney general’s office.
Mark Georgantas, an alleged Las Vegas casino scammer, knew that skipping court on Wednesday could expose him to five times as many years in prison. Now a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
A Las Vegas man was given a suspended sentence and placed on probation by a judge for his role in a voter fraud scheme during the 2016 election, Nevada law officials announced Wednesday.
The Nevada attorney general’s office this week renewed its push to have the state’s high court lift a ban on one of the drugs chosen for Scott Dozier’s lethal injection.
A patient who was thrown out of North Vista Hospital in his underwear was found guilty of battery, despite video of the incident disappearing and the hospital worker at the center of the dispute not showing up to court.
Officer James Lescinsky, who was acquitted in a federal excessive force case in 2016, alleges that a tainted investigation left him branded as a liar and leaves him with no prospect of finding new employment.
A pair of defendants cleared of federal charges in the Bunkerville standoff have filed a lawsuit against prosecutors who took him to trial, along with other government authorities.
A man who went to prison in 1985 for an ax handle attack on a Henderson couple has been linked to four Colorado killings that occurred the previous year, according to a news report.
Two of the last loose ends from the sprawling Bunkerville standoff case were tied in federal court Thursday.
A Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate who prosecutors say stored a cache of explosives in his Las Vegas home was ordered to serve four to 10 years behind bars on Thursday.