Criminal defense attorney Ozzie Fumo received a call to help police persuade Robert Telles to surrender in the killing of Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German.
Jeff German Murder
Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles retains his elected position, even as he faces murder charges in the death of Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German.
Organizations devoted to protecting journalists and press freedom reacted to the slaying of Review-Journal reporter Jeff German and the arrest of an elected Clark County official.
The DNA of Public Administrator Robert Telles was found at the scene of the fatal stabbing of Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German, police announced Thursday.
Here is a timeline of events that preceded the death of Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German and the subsequent arrest of a suspect, Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles.
Investigative journalist Jeff German had reported extensively on turmoil and allegations about bullying and favoritism in the Clark County Public Administrator’s office involving Robert Telles.
Jeff German reported alleged bullying and favoritism by Public Administrator Robert Telles. After his arrest, some workers said they have been fearful for months.
Police searched the home of the Las Vegas elected official as part of the investigation into reporter Jeff German’s killing.
Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of murder in the stabbing death of Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German.
Jeff German was one of the finest investigative reporters. His job was to shine the light on the darkness. He will be missed.
The vehicle description given during a news conference Tuesday was a 2007 to 2014 red or maroon GMC Yukon Denali with chrome handles, a sunroof and a luggage rack.
Jeff German was found dead around 10:30 a.m. Saturday on the side of his home in the 7200 block of Bronze Circle, near North Tenaya Way.
Jeff German’s relentless pursuit of stories exemplified the kind of dogged work he practiced throughout a roughly four-decade journalism career in Las Vegas.
As Jeff German was developing the second season of “Mobbed Up,” we teamed up on a challenging interview with Wayne Newton.
German, whose work in Las Vegas spanned four decades, was found dead with stab wounds. Police say they have a suspect.