Police searched Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell’s home and office Tuesday as part of an apparent probe into his questionable spending uncovered by a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation.
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority CEO Rossi Ralenkotter is preparing to retire, a close friend of Ralenkotter’s hastold the Review-Journal.
State lawmakers want to take action to combat the filing of fake business documents with the Nevada secretary of state in response to a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation that found the agency’s weak safeguards allow scammers to take over businesses and exploit their assets.
An audit last month found that CEO Rossi Ralenkotter used $17,152 in Southwest Airlines cards for personal travel and Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly, who chairs the board, also used $699 in cards for a trip.
Longtime tourism boss Rossi Ralenkotter used $17,152 in airline gift cards given to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority for personal travel for himself and his family, an audit showed Wednesday.
The Clark County district attorney’s office confirmed Tuesday that a criminal inquiry of Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell was initiated after a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation uncovered questionable spending by the elected official.
Clark County may shut down the last two elected Las Vegas-area constable offices after a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation last month revealed questionable spending by Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt wants to know if the county prosecutors are planning to investigate Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell after a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation revealed questionable use of county funds.
Law enforcement authorities should look into Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell’s questionable spending of county funds revealed in a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation, local attorneys said Thursday.