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A day after Nevada Highway Patrol Sgt. Ben Jenkins was shot and killed in rural Nevada, his body was escorted from the Clark County coroner’s office by hundreds of officers.
Las Vegas police arrested Tonya Dillard, 27, and her boyfriend Jacob Berkovitz, 24, after a tip led police to a home near East Lake Mead Boulevard and North Lamb Boulevard.
Two teenage boys were apparently shot and killed by the man, who died of a “self-inflicted” gunshot wound, police said.
“It seemed like he had gone completely off the rails,” said the ex-wife of a man suspected of shooting and killing a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the man fatally shot after an argument over money on Wednesday in the southeast Las Vegas Valley.
A Nevada Highway Patrol trooper who was shot and killed during a traffic stop Friday morning was identified by authorities as a grandfather from White Pine County.
The Metropolitan Police Department on Thursday identified the 37-year-old man arrested on suspicion of fatally shooting another after an argument over money.
The deputy who was shot was transported to University Medical Center, authorities said.
Officers took Daniel Lopez-Jauregi into custody Saturday on the 4700 block of Corsaire Avenue, about three blocks south of the shooting site, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.