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Man apprehended after kid, 2, shot by another child, jail logs reveal

Friday, June 1, 2018|2:40 p.m.

Michael Logan

Michael Logan, 26, was scheduled Thursday at the Clark County Detention Center on counts of involuntary manslaughter, child abuse and overlook, and a forbidden person owning a weapon, jail logs reveal.

Officers responded about 11:50 a.m. Wednesday to a house in the 3900 block of Nellis Boulevard, near Nellis Flying Force Base, where they discovered the gravely injured young boy, police stated. The child died at the scene.

The young boy and four community children were playing in a bed room when the weapon fired, striking the toddler in the forehead, police said. The other kids were believed to be below 12, cops stated.

The victim’s mother, who remained in the house, went to the space, and she and a next-door neighbor performed CPR, cops said.

Lt. Ray Spencer said it was possible among the kids brought the gun to the room, where police discovered the gun and a toy gun.

“For moms and dads, you have to ensure exactly what’s being brought inside your house with other kids,” Spencer stated. “This is an awful example of when children are playing with genuine weapons, what can occur.”

Further details on the investigation were not available today.

Logan was being held without bond. He is scheduled to appear in court Monday, prison records show.

Suspected impaired motorist apprehended in death of Las Vegas bicyclist

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Danesmin Solis-Cortes A bicyclist who was struck late last month in the east Las Vegas valley by a believed impaired chauffeur has actually died, Metro Authorities announced today.

Jason Eckert, 44, died on Thursday, five days after being struck by a 2000 Dodge Intrepid driven by Danesmin Solis-Cortes, police said.

Solis-Cortes, 40, was speeding down Indios Opportunity when he blew through a stop sign and struck Eckert, among three bicyclists, at the intersection with Mountain Vista Street, near Stone Highway and Twain Opportunity, authorities said.

The other cyclists, a lady and an 8-year-old child, were not hurt, cops stated.

The automobile continued and smashed into a brick wall, authorities said. On Saturday, the remains of the wall, which were still surrounded by yellow police tape, were spray painted with the message, “Drunk Killed Father.”

It wasn’t immediately clear who vandalized the wall.

Solis-Cortes suffered small injuries and was reserved on a count of DUI after being treated at Sunrise Health center and Medical Center, where Eckert died, police stated.

The suspect, who is being held at the Clark County Detention Center without bond, is set up to be charged in court on Thursday, prison logs reveal.

Man apprehended after officer-involved shooting in North Las Vegas

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” 0″ src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16490488_G.jpg “width=” 180 “/ > Antonio Aquino( NLVPD). NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV( FOX5) -. North Las Vegas cops arrested a man following an officer-involved shooting in North Las Vegas Friday evening.

Officers were dispatched about 6 p.m. to the 4200 block of Galapagos Opportunity, near Aviary Method and U.S. 95 concerning a disturbance involving Antonio Aquino, 34, authorities said in a release.

Initially, police cleared the call as no criminal activity had actually been devoted, cops stated. About an hour later on, cops were dispatched to the same house regarding weapon shots. Officers had established a border before the officer-involved shooting happened.

Cops said Aquino was seen equipping himself with a gun prior to an officer fired at least one round. Aquino was struck and suffered non-life threatening injuries. He did not surrender to officers and SWAT was called to help, cops stated.

Aquino was collared without incident about 3:30 a.m. and was taken to University Medical Center. He was reserved in the Las Vegas City Detention Center after he was released on a charged of attack with a deadly weapon and one charge for discharging a weapon.

The 27-year-old officer was not determined, but had been with the department because November 2016, police stated.

This was the very first officer-involved shooting in North Las Vegas in 2018.

Anyone with information is advised to call the North Las Vegas Police Department at 702-633-9111 or, to remain confidential, call 702-385-5555.

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Las Vegas mom apprehended on migration warrant is launched


Courtesy La Firma Communications Cecilia Gomez

is shown reunited with her boys Eric, left, and Ricardo in Las Vegas, Friday, April 6, 2018, after spending nearly a week in ICE custody.

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A Las Vegas mother imprisoned for over a week and almost deported following a visit with U.S. migration authorities in the valley returned to her family on Friday.

Cecilia Gomez was launched Friday from federal custody and is living under guidance in her Las Vegas house, back with her household, her lawyer Laura Barrera stated. That guidance includes routine check-ins to a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office on Las Vegas Boulevard.

” This previous week has actually been a few of the most tough days of my life. … Thanks to my household, and the strong community assistance, I was not deported. This incident has actually been terrible, and now I am happy to be house and am motivated to continue defending my right to remain with my family,” Gomez stated in a declaration.

Gomez was detained on March 27 at the United States Citizenship and Migration workplace on 5650 W. Badura Ave. after entering the workplace for an application for irreversible residency. Her family held a press conference Thursday stating they were surprised by the arrest, which came from an impressive deportation warrant in August 1998 for failure to appear in migration court.

” The decision to release Cecilia was at the discretion of ICE officials,” Barrera said. “And we enjoy they used their discretion to let her be with her household.”

Representatives from USCIS and ICE did not right away react to ask for discuss Gomez’s release.

Considering that Gomez was detained on March 27, she was taken to Denver and Nogales, Ariz., in addition to El Paso, Texas. She was jailed last night in Eloy, Ariz. Barrera said the Las Vegas mom will stay on monitored release till a federal judge hears a stay of deportation motion filed by Gomez’s legal team. Barrera said the movement would not take “more than a few weeks” to be heard.

Gomez was not immediately made available for remark.

Carjacking suspects apprehended in northeast Las Vegas neighborhood

A LVMPD patrol unit blocks Treeline Drive as officers search for the alleged carjacking suspects (Jenn Hurtado / FOX5).
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Drive as officers look for the alleged carjacking suspects( Jenn Hurtado/ FOX5 ).” border=” 0 “src= “/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16441881_G.jpg” width=” 180″/ > A LVMPD patrol system blocks Treeline Drive as officers look for the supposed carjacking suspects( Jenn Hurtado/ FOX5). LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – Las Vegas Metro police arrested numerous individuals in connection with an alleged carjacking in a northeast Las Vegas community early Sunday early morning.

Officers responded to El Valle Street, near Sahara Avenue and Treeline Drive after a resident called cops to report a possible carjacking. The suspects ran away the location when City systems arrived to the scene, cops stated.

A border was established in the domestic neighborhood and the suspects were collared at 5:18 a.m., according to Metro police.

The occurrence stays under investigation.

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Las Vegas female claiming celebrity connections apprehended for fraud

Marlene Fitzgerald, 44, faces multiple felony charges for allegedly scamming victims (LVMPD).
 Marlene Fitzgerald, 44, faces several felony charges for allegedly scamming victims (LVMPD).

Marlene Fitzgerald, 44, deals with several felony charges for supposedly scamming victims( LVMPD). LAS VEGAS (FOX5)- A Las Vegas lady who claimed to have strong celeb

connections to singers, dj’s and boxers was jailed for defrauding multiple individuals. Marlene Fitzgerald, 44, deals with 5 felony counts for operating a fraud which includes theft totaling more than $3,500, according to a release from the office of Chief law officer Adam Laxalt. Fitzgerald supposedly ran numerous companies under the guise of entertainment booking agencies starting Dec. 2016 through July 2017.

The self-professed celebrity skill scheduling representative ran World Entertainment, LLC, Future Management and Overall Home Entertainment Artist Management which she utilized to assure victims performances from stars like Justin Bieber and The Chainsmokers. Fitzgerald accepted big deposits of cash in exchange for the alleged efficiencies.

On a separate celebration, Fitzgerald sealed a marketing deal including undefeated fighter Floyd Mayweather, Jr. She declared Mayweather would make personal appearances at occasions, logo positioning on his boxing gloves and unique sponsorship rights to Mayweather’s official after-party, inning accordance with the release. Victims of this alleged fraud jointly lost $230,000.

” Fraudsters will take advantage of their victims’ hopes and desires to perpetuate their fraud,” stated Laxalt. “My office will continue its work to deter embezzlement schemes by pursuing justice for victims of scams and theft.

The Attorney General’s Criminal Prosecution Unit will continue to examine and prosecute the alleged criminal offenses.

Fitzgerald’s arrest report is offered listed below.

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Cops: 5-month-old child of apprehended Las Vegas couple weighed 5 pounds when he died


The five-month-old child of an arrested Las Vegas couple was just five pounds when he died late last month, cops stated.

Following an investigation into the infant’s death, Loreana Martinez, 24, and Anthony Oceja, 29, were charged with murder, overlook and animal abuse. When the child died, medical professionals at Daybreak Hospital stated the he had bones that were quickly protruded, including his rib cage, and his spine “looked like if it was about to poke from the skin.” No swellings were seen, however his gums were white, which doctors attributed to dehydration.

Police stated Martinez did not bring her child to appointments after Dec., where he was taped at about 8 pounds. She told private investigators repeatedly the child was breast fed approximately four times per day for about 45 minutes to an hour each time.

Martinez said the kid was fed several times the day he died, inning accordance with the arrest report, and was found unresponsive after she put him to sleep before dinner.

The infant was noticable dead on Feb. 25, weighing five pounds.

[RELATED: East Las Vegas parents detained for murder of malnourished baby]

Martinez told police she had post-partum depression, however stopped taking medication after a week. She denied drug or alcohol abuse and stated Oceja smoked cannabis periodically after the kids remained in bed.

Oceja informed police he does not discipline his kids and that as a victim of child abuse, he took it extremely seriously.

Private investigators at the home near the 5700 block of East Hacienda Avenue discovered 4 pet dogs, three of which were emaciated pit bulls. The pets’ ribs and spinal column were visible from a distance. The fourth canine, a terrier mix, remained in appropriate condition, cops said.

Oceja told cops he didn’t have cash to feed the pets sometimes. The canines were committed Clark County Animal Control.

Authorities stated the family did not have a history with Kid Protective Services.

The child’s name was not launched.

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Palo Verde student apprehended for taking weapon and ammo to school

Palo Verde High School is shown in this undated image (Google).
 Palo Verde High School is displayed in this undated image (Google).

Palo Verde High School is displayed in this undated image( Google ). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)- A teen was jailed after administrators discovered a weapon and ammunition in his knapsack at Palo Verde High School Thursday morning.

The 17-year-old trainee was taken into custody and faces a charge of having a weapon on school home, said Lt. Roberto Morales of the Clark County School District Police Department. The 9 mm gun was apparently unloaded when it was recuperated.

No injuries were reported and cops did not reveal additional information at this time. Authorities stated it’s unidentified whether this case is connected to a gun that was required to Desert Rose High School Thursday.

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Authorities: Male apprehended in whipping of student at UNLV

Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018|3:57 p.m.

Gino Flinn

City Authorities made the arrest and were holding Gino Flinn on a count of battery with a hate criminal offense improvement, authorities stated. It wasn’t immediately clear where he was reserved.

UNLV Authorities said the attack took place about 11 a.m. at the Trainee Union. Flinn, who was understood to the victim and school cops, left after fellow trainees stepped in, UNLV Police stated.

Additional information were not instantly readily available.

Bellagio cook apprehended after reportedly stealing 25 lobster tails

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” border=” 0 “src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/02/16199278_G.png” width =” 180″/ > Alex Hernandez ( Source: LVMPD ). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -. It’s time for Bellagio cook Alex Hernandez to shell out some bail money after he was charged with stealing 25 lobster tails at work.

Hernandez, 49, faces one count of embezzlement for taking the lobsters, worth $1,875, $ 75 each.

Bellagio security called Metro police after Hernandez was seen putting the lobsters in his backpack and walking out the back entrance.

He was jailed Monday, and his bail was set at $5,000.

A representative for MGM Resorts stated they are assisting authorities with the investigation.

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