weather icon Clear

Las Vegas morning update for Sunday, June 4th — VIDEO

Here are your Sunday morning headlines:

1. The mann who was fatally stabbed to death in an apartment Wednesday was a computer engineering student at UNLV. 25-year-old Clifton Taylor served as the president of the school’s National Society of Black Engineers, and was enrolled to continue his education in the fall. Police are still looking for his roomate, Zachary Drey, who is a suspect in the stabbing.

2. The death of a California man found by park rangers in Zion National Park on Wednesday has been ruled a suicide. The body of the 23-year-old man was discovered the body at the base of the Great Arch. His cause of death was blunt-force trauma from a fall of approximately 500 feet.

3. A police report says that substitue teacher Garic Wharton II used Snapchat to proposition a 16-year-old student at South Academic Center. The student told police Wharton took her picture before exchanging Snapchat information. Wharton was arrested Thursday on a charge of attempted sexual conduct between a school employee and a student. A hearing is scheduled for Monday.

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

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
1 hurt in central Las Vegas shooting, police say

Police are investigating after someone was shot while walking near a central Las Vegas Valley intersection. Two men walked up and fired, and they escaped in a red, four-door sedan.

Week in Pictures: June 16-June 22

Take a look at some of the most colorful pictures from Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including the restoration project at the Seven Magic Mountains sculpture off Interstate 15, the Stanley Cup at the MGM Grand, a Las Vegas Aces game, STEAM Camp and a devastating morning fire near the Las Vegas […]