A murder trial for former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, who is accused of killing RJ investigative reporter Jeff German, has been postponed until November.
A judge has rejected a motion from the Las Vegas Review-Journal calling for sanctions on the Metropolitan Police Department over how investigators searched the cellphone of slain reporter Jeff German.
The Review-Journal is asking a judge to impose sanctions on the Metropolitan Police Department for not informing the newspaper that investigators have searched the cellphone of slain reporter Jeff German.
Complaints about the former elected county official started while he was a UNLV student. His toxic behavior never stopped – until investigative reporter Jeff German was found murdered.
Hours before investigative reporter Jeff German was killed, Robert Telles was told that Clark County was preparing to release copies of his emails to the Review-Journal.
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.