A man wanted in connection to a February murder was killed early Saturday after he entered a central valley apartment armed and was shot by one of its residents, Las Vegas police confirmed Wednesday, and the case he was wanted in connection to has since been closed.
The death of a homeless man found in a downtown Las Vegas alley early this month has been ruled a homicide by the Clark County coroner’s office.
The man shot and killed early Saturday morning in the central Las Vegas Valley has been identified.
A person was shot and killed in the central valley early Saturday morning, police said.
The wild Las Vegas weekend that made Philip Frank Panzica famous also set the stage for his murder, according to new court records filed in Texas.
He told detectives Friday he planned both attacks and “did not feel bad about it.”
Prison officials did not list the cause or manner of death. He was 86.
The shooting left Michael Dunbar, 28, and Teray Lyles, 29, dead.
In a highly unusual move, at the request of prosecutors, a judge on Thursday tossed out the guilty plea of a man who a month ago admitted to the rape and murder of a 15-year-old Arbor View High School freshman.