Couple indicted for murder in cabbie’s disappearance

A Clark County grand jury returned an indictment Friday against two people in the death of Keith Goldberg, a 54-year-old cabdriver who went missing in January.

Christopher Ross, 52, and Georgene “Cookie” Ross, 56, each were charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder.

Goldberg’s death was the result of a contentious love triangle involving his ex-girlfriend, Georgene Ross, and her estranged husband, Christopher Ross, Las Vegas police have alleged.

Frustrations in the three-way relationship led to violence during an argument at the former apartment of Goldberg and Georgene Ross on Jan. 31. Police said Goldberg was killed in the struggle and his body dumped somewhere in the valley.

On Friday, District Judge Linda Bell kept bail for the two defendants, who are behind bars, at $145,000.

A Wednesday preliminary hearing in Las Vegas Justice Court will be postponed, and the case will move directly to District Court for trial.

District Judge Stefany Miley has been assigned the case.

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