Las Vegas police are investigating a Friday morning stabbing in northeast Las Vegas that left one person hospitalized.
A partially decomposed body found Sunday evening near Mount Charleston was that of a man who had been stabbed to death, Las Vegas police said.
A homeless man who was stabbed to death in the south central valley late last month has been identified as Michael Lyndon Patty, 55.
Family had reported 25-year-old Michael Anthony Hadley missing in December, but it wasn’t until Feb. 3 that people riding horses discovered his body in the desert near Coldcreek and Bugling Bull roads, Las Vegas police said.
Graham Saunders Henry, 71, was discovered dead in the medical unit of the death row prison in Florence on Friday morning, more than 30 years after he and a partner killed Roy Estes of Henderson and left him to die in the desert.
A man flagged down a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy last month and confessed to the 2013 killing of Ronald Gray near downtown Las Vegas, police said.
Prosecutors charged Marcus Maddox, 30, with attempted murder in Nov. 19 attack on his wife, but didn’t charge him with murder in his daughter’s death and attempted murder in his son’s stabbing until Jan. 18, after the son identified him.
The body was found about 3:50 p.m. near East Lake Mead Boulevard and Pabco Road, Metropolitan Police Department spokesman Larry Hadfield said.
A man was stabbed Monday morning after two men ran up to his car at an intersection and tried to rob him.
A man was hospitalized Monday morning he was stabbed near downtown Las Vegas.