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Las Vegas morning update for Friday, September 8th — VIDEO

Here are your Friday morning headlines:

1. Longtime estate attorney Robert Graham admitted to stealing more than $16 million from clients in court on Thursday. Graham pleaded guilty to two felony counts of theft, and three counts of exploitation of an older/vulnerable person. He faces a prison term of 16 to 40 years, and his sentencing is scheduled for January 11.

2. Clark County commissioners approved plans for a extreme sports park on Wednesday. The 130-acre project is planned for the southwest corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Sunset Road. A 15-story hotel would accompany the park, which could also include a man-made white-water rapids lake, three cable wakeboarding lakes, an indoor mountain biking track, an indoor skydiving attraction and a pool with water slides and “dunk tank towers.”

3. The NFL will not investigate the allegations of excessive force made by Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett against the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. In an email to the Review-Journal, league spokesman Brian McCarthy said there is no allegation of a violation of NFL’s personal conduct policy. Bennett posted a letter on Twitter Wednesday morning accusing Metro officers of using excessive force and threatening to kill him when he was detained on Aug. 27.

Contact Rochelle Richards at rrichards@reviewjournal.com or 702-224-5505. Follow @MediaStark24 on Twitter.

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