Metropolitan police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who carried out a robbery at a business on the Las Vegas Boulevard Strip in November.
The death of a Clark County Detention Center inmate in mid-July was ruled a homicide, but the coroner’s office doesn’t know what exactly killed the 25-year-old.
A driver crashed into two vehicles, including a police car, near Twain Avenue and Swenson Street, a Metropolitan Police Department spokesman said Thursday night.
A suspect was taken into custody, and Nellis Boulevard has reopened after what Las Vegas police called “a barricade with an armed male.”
A judge denied a man’s motion to withdraw his guilty plea, so he will face his sentencing in January for the 2013 killing of a 75-year-old woman.
Circumstances of the attack just before 9 a.m. outside a 7-Eleven at Bonanza Road and Las Vegas Boulevard North were unclear and the attacker remained at large.
A man arrested in November by Metropolitan police is wanted in Texas for the slaying of a convenience store clerk, authorities said.
A 32-year-old man shot by a Las Vegas officer at the McCarran International Airport was able to access a restricted area through a malfunctioning door, according to an arrest report.
A man was stabbed in his back and side Wednesday afternoon at the Molasky Family Park, near Twain Avenue and Maryland Parkway, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
A jury trial has been postponed to September for a man accused of killing his attorney wife and staging her death as a suicide in January 2015.