A federal grand jury indicted a Henderson woman on 10 counts related to opioid drug trafficking, including distributing a substance resulting in a person’s death, the Department of Justice announced Tuesday.
“Thank you very much,” the man told officer Tyler Hebb at his sentencing hearing Tuesday. “I appreciate that, and I’m sorry for putting you and your family through this.”
Prosecutors said Tuesday that they have decided not to seek the death penalty for a man accused of killing a Venetian executive during a company picnic at Sunset Park.
Lawyers involved in the dispute over the drugs in Nevada’s lethal injection cocktail are scheduled to argue before two separate courts in the same week.
A woman who fatally stabbed her mother inside their Henderson home was sentenced Friday to 14 to 35 years in prison.
The Nevada Supreme Court is expected to hear oral arguments in the state prison system’s appeal of a decision that halted condemned killer Scott Dozier’s execution.
District Judge Ronald Israel this week revoked Benson’s probation, after finding that he violated it, and imposed what had been a suspended sentence of two to five years in state prison, with 173 days credit for time served, court records show.
A man who is accused of shooting at seven police officers in Mesquite was indicted Thursday on multiple charges.
A former Marine was found guilty but mentally ill late Wednesday for menacing his neighbors and attacking a pastor of a Las Vegas church.
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.