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Former Las Vegas City officer apprehended for cold case murder

Arthur Sewall, 51, was booked into the Washoe County Jail where he awaits extradition to CCDC (Washoe County Jail / FOX5).
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, was booked into the Washoe County Prison where he waits for extradition to CCDC( Washoe County Jail/ FOX5 ).” border=” 0″ width=” 180″/ > Arthur Sewall, 51, was scheduled into the Washoe County Prison where he awaits extradition to CCDC (Washoe County Prison/ FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)- A former Las Vegas City police officer was

detained after arise from a DNA package associated to a cold case murder matched his profile, a main City release verified. Arthur Sewall, 51, is accused of sexually attacking and shooting 20-year-old Nadia Lynn Iverson in the head in 1997, according to cops and the Clark County Coroner. Iverson’s lifeless body was discovered in an uninhabited duplex lot on Might 8 at 1226 Reed Location, near Martin Luther King Boulevard and Washington Avenue.

Sewall started his profession with the LVMPD as a corrections officer in 1990. In 1992, Sewall was commissioned as a law enforcement officer for the department. 5 years later, Sewall was jailed for sexual assault and oppression under the color of law in Feb. 1997. The department said he resigned from the LVMPD in March of 1997.

The sexual assault package related to Iverson was sent to an agreement DNA lab for testing in March 2016. Cops received the results 7 months later in October. Detectives got in the DNA profile into the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), which connected Sewall to the outcomes, cops said.

Additional examinations from Feb. to Dec. 2017 paired with the arise from the sexual assault set led detectives to determine Sewall as the suspect in the cold case.

Private investigators discovered that Sewall was residing in Reno, a release said. Las Vegas investigators took a trip to northern Nevada to interview him on Jan. 11, 2018. The next day, an arrest warrant was released for Sewall’s arrest for one count of murder with a fatal weapon and one count of sexual assault with a lethal weapon, cops said.

Authorities stated Sewall is in the process of being transferred to the Clark County Detention Center from the Washoe County Jail.

Anybody with additional details about this case is advised to contact the LVMPD Homicide Area at 702-828-3521.

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3 apprehended for murder after body found near Jones and Charleston

Jose Franco, Dorie Henley and Andrew Henley (left to right) were arrested for murder on Oct. 15, 2017. (LVMPD)< img src=" /wp-content/uploads/2017/10/15172359_G.jpg" alt =" Jose Franco, Dorie Henley and Andrew Henley (delegated right) were apprehended for murder on Oct. 15, 2017.

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” Jose Franco, Dorie Henley and Andrew Henley( left to right )were apprehended for murder on Oct. 15, 2017.( LVMPD)” border=” 0″ width=” 180″/ > Jose Franco, Dorie Henley and Andrew Henley( delegated right) were jailed for murder on Oct. 15, 2017.( LVMPD). LAS VEGAS (FOX5)-. Three individuals were arrested for murder and break-in after a male was discovered dead near Jones and Charleston Boulevards, according to City Police. Dorie Henley, 25, Andrew Henley, 21, and Jose Franco, 25, were detained Sunday on charges of murder with use of a deadly weapon, conspiracy to dedicate murder, break-in with usage of a deadly weapon, conspiracy to devote murder, grand larceny of a vehicle, and conspiracy to commit grand larceny of an auto,

Metro stated. On Oct. 10 at around 10 p.m., authorities were called to examine the death of the man at the corner of Cory Location and Soprano Lane. There, they found the male dead from apparent head trauma. Private investigators found that he we had been beaten and potentially stabbed. Cops said 2 men were seen jumping a wall into a nearby complex right before the call.

Anybody with info on the case is asked to call Metro at 702-828-3521.

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Student apprehended in connection with hazards made towards Centennial High School

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CCSD PD )” border=” 0 “width=” 180″/ > Toni Strickland( Source: CCSD PD ). LAS VEGAS (FOX5)-. The Clark County School District stated an 18-year-old student was jailed for publishing dangers towards the school on social media.

Authorities arrested Toni Strickland without incident at her house at about 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

Authorities said, “at this point, there is no clear intention other than bad judgment.”

CCSD police reacted to hazards toward the school shared through text messages and social networks among trainees in Las Vegas.

Classes have actually not been canceled for Thursday, the school district stated.

CCSD released the following statement:

CCSD moms and dads and trainees: Some of you have reached out to us about an unsubstantiated hazard that has been circulating online about a possible school shooting today. We are dealing with our local law enforcement partners to investigate this hazard. It appears similar hazards have actually been made in 5 other states. At stated value, we don’t believe the threat to be reliable. However, the investigation is continuous and we are dealing with our regional partners to accelerate the examination. It is already a hard time for our community– thank you for your perseverance and support.

The number was not in service when called. Similar dangers were made to schools in Johnston, Iowa, where the school district did cancel classes, but those dangers were not validated, according to the Associated Press.

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Teenager apprehended in NLV road rage shootout

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” border=” 0″ width =” 180″/ > Photo by: Gai Phanalasy/FOX5 Picture by: Gai Phanalasy/FOX5 Picture by: Gai Phanalasy/FOX5 NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV( FOX5 )- A man was arrested after he and another guy shot at each other in a North Las Vegas roadway rage fight Wednesday, cops said.

Cops reacted to a crash at about 1:50 p.m. in the area of Cheyenne Avenue and M.L.K. Boulevard where 2 cars collided, suffering minor damage and no reported injuries, North Las Vegas police stated.

Cops discovered that 18-year-old David Rosengrant-Munoz was rear-ended by a 24-year-old man in a Honda sedan. Rosengrant-Munoz got out of his automobile and came toward the Honda with a weapon in his hand in “a threatening way.” The 24-year-old feared for his life and fled the scene, NLVPD stated.

Rosengrant-Munoz followed the Honda to the Revere Street and Colton Avenue area where he and the other driver chance at each other. Rosengrant-Munoz was hit a number of times and was required to University Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. Police said the other chauffeur wasn’t harmed.

Rosengrant-Munoz was later on reserved for attack with a lethal weapon, attempted break-in with a deadly weapon and attempted murder with a deadly weapon.

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Dozens apprehended after looting throughout Cyclone Irma

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title=” The Miami Authorities Department launched an image of suspects captured robbery throughout Typhoon Irma.( Source: Miami Police Department )” border=” 0″ width= “180”/ > The Miami Police Department released a photo of suspects captured looting during Hurricane Irma.( Source: Miami Authorities Department). FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.( AP/MEREDITH )– Cops in Florida have actually jailed numerous people who were caught looting throughout Cyclone Irma. Fort Lauderdale Cops Chief Rick Maglione said a group caught stealing tennis shoes and other goods from a sporting items shop and pawn store was detained Sunday as the storm roared across South Florida.

Maglione called the concept of stealing tennis shoes during a typhoon “a relatively bad life option.”

Regional TV images revealed the supposed looters running in and out of a shop through a broken window bring boxes of tennis shoes.

The Miami Cops department also snatched a group of looters and shared an image of the suspects behind bars with the caption:” Thinking of looting? Ask these guys how that (turned) out. #stayindoors.”

It wasn’t right away clear exactly what charges those arrested would face.

Thieves likewise targeted empty homes during the hurricane. Fort Lauderdale cops posted the images of suspects Ryan Cook and Max Saintvil, both 28, who are accuseded of 6 counts of theft. The break-ins reportedly happened Saturday night.

” Be guaranteed the Fort Lauderdale Police will be out in full force up until this crisis passes,” the department composed on its official Facebook page.

Related: The looting has actually currently begun in Fort Lauderdale

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Ex-aide to Israeli PM apprehended in submarine probe

Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017|4 p.m.

JERUSALEM– Israeli police stated Sunday that they arrested six individuals, consisting of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s former chief of staff and a former navy leader, as part of an examination into supposed corruption surrounding the purchase of German submarines.

David Sharan, an American-born former Netanyahu aide, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of accepting bribes, fraud, breach of trust and conspiracy. A court extended Sharan’s detention by five days. 3 other suspects’ remands were extended also.

Sunday’s arrests, including of Eliezer Marom, the retired head of the Israeli navy, are the current in a probe into believed corruption surrounding the $2 billion deal with German manufacturer Thyssenkrupp.

Netanyahu is not a suspect in the case, but his individual lawyer, who is also his cousin, is included. David Shimron was placed under home arrest last month after he was questioned by authorities, but has actually because been launched.

Police have questioned Netanyahu over different corruption claims. He has rejected any misdeed.

3 apprehended in staged vehicle accident plan

Amanda Miller Sophia Nicholas Barbara Miller Three women have been detained in connection to exactly what authorities are calling” staged mishap scenes “where the suspects would phony having their cars hit, have motorists pull over, and steal products from the unsuspecting victims, inning accordance with City Authorities.

In some of the more than 35 occurrences the suspects have been connected to, the victims likewise had money extorted from them, police said.

Barbara Miller, 38, Amanda Miller, 19, and Sophia Nicholas, 28, were detained on Aug. 13 and booked at the Clark County Detention Center, cops stated.

Police started receiving reports in December. Inning accordance with authorities, 3 to 5 suspects in a car would pull next to drivers and have them pull over.

Once they stopped, the suspects would state that they had been struck and had to exchange insurance info, police said.

While this was going on, at least one suspect would take valuable items from the victims’ cars, authorities stated. Other events included the suspects damaging the victims’ lorries while they were sidetracked.

In other circumstances, the suspects would reveal previous damage to their vehicles and would obtain loan from the victims as an “on the area” settlement, or the victims were pushed into owning the suspects to another location to obtain money.

The three women stayed booked this afternoon at the detention center on various counts.

The Millers are dealing with burglary-related charges, while Nicholas is dealing with conspiracy and theft charges, jail logs show.

Detectives think that at least three other suspects were involved, but they have not recognized them, police stated. They have actually used a 2016 dark Nissan Versa, a 2007 white Dodge Battery charger, a blue Ford Mustang and a tan Toyota Sequoia.

Anybody with more info is asked to call authorities at 702- 828-2640. To stay anonymous, contact Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or crimestoppersofnv.com

PD: Security guard apprehended in fatal east Las Vegas shooting

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title= “City cops investigated a homicide near Lake Mead and Hollywood Boulevards.( Jennifer Hurtado/ FOX5)” border =” 0″ width =” 180″/ > City cops examined a murder near Lake Mead and Hollywood Boulevards.( Jennifer Hurtado/ FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )-. A 19-year-old security personnel is under arrest,

one man killed and a 14-year-old girl injured all in connection with a deadly shooting that occurred Thursday evening. Las Vegas authorities said the event happened inside the pool area at the Mountainside Condominiums in the 6800 block of East Lake Mead Boulevard, near Hollywood Boulevard, at 5:15 p.m.

. Inning accordance with Lt. Dan McGrath, of City, a male suspect shot through the outside fence striking a male and a teenage lady, who was beside him.

McGrath stated the male victim was pronounced dead at the scene with the lady suffering gunshot injuries to her hand and wrist. She was taken to University Medical Center where she was said to be “steady.”

A minimum of three other juveniles were also in the pool location at the time of the shooting, McGrath stated.

” It’s actually scary due to the fact that the shots are right there in your ear. And you know how powerful those things are. And of course, being a close structure, it’s like an echo, I actually felt they were going to come through the window,” witness Liz Velazquez said.

McGrath stated the shooting did not seem a random act and the suspect and male killed had a continuous issue.

Friday, authorities said the suspected shooter remained in authorities custody. Metro identified him as 19-year-old Malik Kendrick.

Kendrick was a residential or commercial property security personnel at the complex, according to Metro. He was scheduled into the Clark County Detention Center and is facing charges of murder with making use of a fatal weapon and tried murder.

The Clark County Coroner’s Office will later on launch the identity of the male killed in this incident.

Stay with FOX5 for ongoing updates on this story.

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Tehran looks for release of apprehended Iranian residents in US

Saturday, July 22, 2017|9:02 p.m.

TEHRAN, Iran– Iran has actually required that the United States launch all apprehended Iranian people, the semi-official Tasnim news company reported on Saturday.

The report quotes Iran’s deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi as stating he raised the issue Friday during a meeting with an American delegation in Vienna, on the sidelines of a meeting on 2015 nuclear offer.

“We raised the concern of the release of Iranians who are detained under the meaningless allegation of bypassing sanctions,” on Iran, Araghchi was quoted as saying. He did not elaborate.

Earlier on Friday the White Home threatened “brand-new and severe repercussions” for Iran unless it launches all U.S. residents who are detained there.

The White Home says President Donald Trump is prepared to act in an attempt to end Iran’s practice of utilizing detentions and hostage taking as state policy, but it offers no specifics about possible consequences.

Washington is prompting the return of former FBI representative Robert Levinson, who vanished in Iran in 2007 and Princeton graduate student Xiyue Wang, who was arrested last year.

Xiyue’s confinement became public this week after Iran’s judiciary revealed his 10-year sentence.

In the future Saturday the representative for Iran’s foreign ministry, Bahram Ghasemi, turned down the United States need calling it “intervention” in Iranian internal affairs, the main IRNA news company reported.

Ghasemi stated Iran’s judiciary and judges are “independent” and such statements would not discourage the judiciary from punishing “violators of Iranian law and national security.”

Nevertheless he included that Levinson left Iran after visiting Iran and Tehran has no details about him.

Ghasemi likewise restated the need for the “fast” release of Iranian detainees in the U.S., and stated one of the wanted Iranian by the U.S. has already passed away abroad. He did not elaborate.

Also apprehended by Iran are Iranian-American business person Siamak Namazi and his 81-year-old daddy, Baquer Namazi. They were taken during the Obama administration and are also serving 10-year sentences.

Believe apprehended after barrier scenario shuts down I-15 near St. Rose Pkwy

A male with felony warrants was barricaded on Interstate 15 near St. Rose Parkway, shutting down the freeway.A male with felony warrants was barricaded on Interstate 15 near St. Rose Parkway, closing down the highway.

A male with felony warrants was barricaded on Interstate 15 near St. Rose Parkway, closing down the freeway. LAS VEGAS( FOX5) – A male with felony warrants was barricaded on Interstate 15 near St. Rose Parkway, shutting down the highway. Police said he was arrested after

numerous hours of negotiation. Traffic was diverted to Las Vegas Boulevard via Cactus Avenue southbound and by means of Sloan Road northbound, according to City Police and the Nevada Highway Patrol.

Police said they did not see any weapon, but weren’t sure if he was armed.

According to Metro Police, the man was pursued by officers on a suspicious automobile call.

He was stoppeded at around 7:00 p.m.. A helicopter followed him the throughout the pursuit. He was the only one in the cars and truck and was driving on the incorrect side of the roadway for a brief time. He is also wanted for burglary, Metro said. Interstate 15 did not immediately reopen after the suspect’s arrest.

Stay with FOX5 for the latest info.

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