A lawyer was swindled out of $1.5 million after authorities said she responded to a flyer for “Psychic Readings” she found on the door of her Las Vegas home.
A 32-year-old man was sentenced to prison Tuesday for a DUI crash that left another man dead last fall.
A former attorney and IRS agent was convicted this week by a federal jury in Las Vegas of failing to pay more than $500,000 in federal income taxes.
Bail was set at $122,000 on Tuesday for Las Vegas police officer Matthew Terry, who is accused of lewdness with boys dating back to at least 2008.
The sentence stems from a plea deal in which the 38-year-old suspended attorney pleaded guilty to a count of possession of a telecommunication device by a prisoner.
Linette Warrichaiet, 44, faces one count of murder for allegedly drowning her daughter, Kiersten Linette Boedicker, on Saturday afternoon.
Las Vegas police officer Matthew Terry, who is accused of lewdness with at least three boys, was formally charged Monday morning in Henderson Justice Court.
Prosecutors say Cristina Guadalupe Moya fatally stabbed her 2-year-old son then tried to kill herself because she was distraught over a breakup with the boy’s father.
A North Las Vegas mother is suing a local homeowners association after her 11-year-old daughter was shot and killed in a gang-related attack last year that police said targeted the wrong house.
A federal judge in Nevada reversed a magistrate’s decision and ordered a father and son from Japan to remain jailed in U.S. custody pending trial on fraud charges in what prosecutors call a $1.5 billion international Ponzi scheme.
A federal case will move forward against the Arizona man accused of selling reloaded, armor-piercing ammunition to the Las Vegas gunman, a Nevada judge has ruled.
Five of the victims hit by gunfire on March 25 on San Miguel Avenue, near Coleman Street, were students at Cheyenne High School.
A Las Vegas man who robbed three stores at gunpoint in a month was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison on Monday.
A former Reno detective who says he’s prejudiced in favor of the death penalty is among the 19 prospective jurors dismissed from a panel that will decide whether a murder convict who’s been on death row for 34 years should serve life in prison instead.