A man suspected of killing his wife in California fled to Las Vegas and apparently took his own life after a pursuit by the Nevada Highway Patrol in Las Vegas early Tuesday morning.
Sherri Ficklin’s 24-year-old nephew was shot dead just after midnight Sunday — one of five fatal shootings the valley saw last weekend.
Las Vega Valley police agencies are investigating five separate deadly shooting incidents that occurred over the weekend.
The man shot and killed in the southern Las Vegas Valley Saturday night has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office Monday and a man has been arrested in relation to the case.
Las Vegas police are investigating a homicide in the east part of the valley.
A preliminary investigation indicates a verbal disagreement involving multiple people outside the residence occurred prior to the shooting.
Las Vegas police are seeking help in finding the suspect in the southeast valley shooting Saturday evening.
The Clark County Coroner’s office identified the teenager killed early Friday morning in a shooting at the Eagle Trace Apartments in northeast Las Vegas.
Police are investigating a shooting that left one person dead in northeast Las Vegas Friday morning.
The man shot and killed at a motel in downtown Las Vegas Wednesday morning has been identified by the Clark County coroner as Pedro Munoz Rodriguez, 37.
“Matthew did what I would expect him to do,” said the mother of the man killed Monday during an armed robbery at a Lee’s Discount Liquor in the southwest valley, who may have saved his pregnant coworker with his silence. “I’m very proud and honored that my son protected her and her son.”
A man who admitted to fatally shooting 44-year-old Tammy Meyers is having second thoughts about a deal he made with prosecutors.
A body discovered in a wash area in Bullhead City, Arizona, on Wednesday afternoon has been identified as Joseph Francis Campbell, 45, of Morongo Valley, California.
The man shot and killed at an east Las Vegas Valley apartment Tuesday morning has been identified by the Clark County coroner.
Matthew Christensen, 24, was killed after three black men in their 20s caught on tape demanded he open a safe. Christensen didn’t have access to it, but his pregnant manager in another part of the store, Jamie Henderson, did. And he kept quiet.