Belinda Harris said in a Facebook post Sunday morning that Las Vegas and North Las Vegas police threw her to the ground while she was monitoring protesters Saturday night.
Sabrina joined the Review-Journal in 2019 as a news intern before completing her degree at Boston University. The Henderson native previously worked as a co-op at the Boston Globe and a local reporter for the Brookline Tab in Massachusetts. She also served as the managing editor of Boston University News Service before graduating and returning to the Review-Journal as a nightside crime reporter.
UNLV removed the Hey Reb! statue in front of the Tam Alumni Center after nearly a year of outcry from Native American students on campus.
Dennis Geary, 60, was found by Las Vegas police officers just before 1 a.m. May 12 on the railroad tracks near Main Street and Bonneville Avenue.
Las Vegas police are investigating after a man was stabbed and robbed Saturday afternoon at a Strip casino.
After more than two hours of marching, a protest Saturday night on the Strip ended in the arrests of multiple people, including some legal observers.
He turned away from the firing and toward four officers in a car who were sent out to help with the protests. Those officers said Gomez charged at them with a loaded riffle in his hand. The four officers shot Gomez 19 times.
The neighbors were arguing earlier in the day before one of them was shot several times in his leg, thigh and foot, Metro Lt. David Gordon said.
Two other men, a 45-year-old and a 50-year-old, were shot but were in stable condition and expected to survive, according to North Las Vegas police.
Michael Barrett, 54, died from meth intoxication and heat exposure, the coroner’s office ruled.
Dozens of firefighters responded to the blaze at 4213 Boulder Highway, near East Desert Inn Road, just before 11 p.m.
Officers were called to the 3000 block of Mountain Vista Street, near East Vegas Valley Drive and South Nellis Boulevard, at 7:23 p.m.
The Nevada Highway Patrol said a 2020 Mitsubishi Montero was traveling south and the wrong way on U.S. 95 near mile marker 105.
Police seized 20 grams of meth and three grams of heroin, and they recovered stolen items from various retail thefts when executing search warrants.