A man wanted in connection with a Jan. 25 homicide was taken into custody at a Dotty’s on Boulder Highway on Wednesday morning.
A father was arrested after his 3-month-old son suffered significant injuries and died Tuesday.
The Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners issued an emergency order late Tuesday suspending the license of Boulder City psychologist Gregory “Brent” Dennis, who is accused of killing his wife.
Psychologist Gregory “Brent” Dennis has been released from custody on $250,000 bail stemming from a murder charge in the 2015 death of his wife, attorney Susan Winters.
The men were both bludgeoned while sleeping in the area of City and Grand Central parkways, which is shadowed by a railroad overpass near the rear of the Plaza, away from the glow of Main Street.
A Henderson judge set bail at $250,000 Monday for jailed psychologist Gregory “Brent” Dennis, who is facing a murder charge in the 2015 death of his wife, attorney Susan Winters.
The man fatally stabbed Saturday night during an alleyway fight in the central valley has been identified as 57-year-old Patrick Kelly O’Brien.
A man died Saturday night in central Las Vegas after he was stabbed during an alleyway fight.
The man found burned and dismembered in a desert lot in December was killed over a complicated love triangle, according to arrest reports obtained Friday by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Jailed psychologist Gregory “Brent” Dennis, an admitted drug abuser, regularly obtained prescription painkillers from his own patients in the months before and after his wife’s 2015 death, a police report alleges.
Brandy Stutzman must serve life in prison without the possibility of parole for her role in the murder of her husband, a jury decided Thursday.
North Las Vegas police need the public’s help finding a possible witness to a homicide late last year.
Longtime psychologist Gregory “Brent” Dennis was arrested Thursday in connection with the 2015 slaying of his wife, Henderson attorney Susan Winters.
A 17-year-old accused in the shooting that killed former Chaparral High School football player Richard Nelson was indicted Thursday in the murder case.
Two men were booked on murder charges in the death of a man found burned and dismembered in the desert three days after Christmas.