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Man arrested for pulling weapon on teen in Henderson car park


A 47-year-old male was apprehended for pulling a weapon on a teenager in a McDonald’s parking area in Henderson Tuesday.

Police charged Tony Castillo with attack with a fatal weapon.

“It was quite scary,” the 16-year-old boy who had a gun pointed in his face said.

The teenager said his two good friends who are teenage women set out to stroll house from the McDonald’s on Horizon and College, around 3 p.m. when Castillo began feline calling the girls.

“He was like ‘Oh you look good little woman! Why don’t you can be found in my car and I’ll take you house?'” one of the ladies, a 15-year-old, stated.

After the preliminary exchange, the girls went back inside the McDonald’s and asked their male friend to stroll them home, inning accordance with the female victim.

When the 3 teenagers left, Castillo approached them a second time, according to both victims.

“He stated ‘Let me take you and house I’ll take good care of you,'” the teenager girl stated.

The teen boy chimed in. “I asked, ‘Can you please stop?’ And I stated ‘Stop being a pedophile.'”

The circumstance escalated. Inning Accordance With Henderson Cops, Castillo pointed a weapon at the teen kid and started following him.

Henderson cops arrested Castillo hours later on thanks to cellular phone video shot by the teens.

“They had the ability to capture a lot of the situation on their cell phone and collect a description for us which really helped us investigate,” Henderson Police officer Scott Williams stated.

Williams made note of another crucial lesson from the incident.

“If you remain in a verbal argument and you don’t feel safe, call cops and eliminate yourself from that scenario due to the fact that you never ever understand who is on the other end of that argument.”

Authorities stated there was no considerable evidence that might result in extra child enticing charges.

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Mother arrested after boy has 323 medical facility sees, 13 surgeries

DALLAS (AP/Meredith)– A Texas lady who consistently took her healthy 8-year-old kid to the hospital has actually been jailed and accuseded of injury to a kid.

Throughout her boy’s young life, 34-year-old Kaylene Bowen had declared the kid was dying from an uncommon congenital disease, fighting cancer and in requirement of a lung transplant, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Ryan Crawford, the kid’s dad, said he aimed to convince family court judges that his son was not ill, but they agreed the mom.”It was always the very same story: Christopher is passing away. The father does not need to be around because he doesn’t know how to take care of him.” Crawford said in an interview with the Telegraph. “Each time I went to court, they made me seem like I was the worst human ever.”

Medical records reveal Christopher was seen 323 times at various medical centers and went through 13 significant surgical treatments in between 2009 and 2016, according to a Child Protective Providers petition. Authorities declare Bowen taught her boy to say he was ill.

The kid had been placed on oxygen and, sometimes, utilized a wheelchair. He was also fitted with a feeding tube, which resulted in life-threatening blood infections. Court files exposed Bowen put Christopher in hospice care around the time she tried to get his name on the lung transplant list.

Bowen likewise created a page on Youcaring.com to cover medical costs. She raised more than $8,000 in contributions.

Medical personnel at a Dallas medical facility informed authorities to Bowen after identifying her son didn’t have cancer or a number of the symptoms she had declared, according to the Telegraph.

In one circumstances, physicians told CPS that Bowen declared the young boy had suffered a seven-minute seizure, but an EGG machine showed no such activity. When they connected to another healthcare facility in Houston where Christopher got treatment, they learned healthcare facility staff there was likewise suspicious about Bowen.

The problem triggered a CPS review and criminal investigation.

Authorities removed Christopher and his 2 half-siblings from Bowen’s care last month. The 8-year-old was admitted to a hospital where he had no seizures and no need for a feeding tube, inning accordance with an affidavit acquired by the Telegraph.

Although not formally identified, the accusations against Bowen fit the model of Munchausen syndrome by proxy, a mental illness where a person exaggerates or develops medical signs to acquire attention.

Bowen remains in Dallas County jail on $150,000 bond following her Dec. 6 arrest.

Her attorney, public protector Christi Bustos, hasn’t returned a message looking for comment.


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Guy arrested for murder of his child daughter in Henderson

Booking photo of Anthony Martzen. (Courtesy: Henderson police)< img src=" /wp-content/uploads/2017/11/15326554_G.jpg" alt=" Booking picture of Anthony Martzen. (Courtesy: Henderson authorities)"

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( Courtesy: Henderson cops )” border=” 0″ width=” 180 “/ > Booking picture of Anthony Martzen.( Courtesy: Henderson authorities). HENDERSON, NV( FOX5)-. Henderson Authorities apprehended 21-year-old Anthony Martzen for the murder of his 6-month-old daughter Thursday. On Oct. 23 at 6:30 p.m., Henderson police, and fire reacted to the 200 block of East Merlayne Drive on a call of the child, recognized by the Clark County Coroner’s Office as Aaliyah Chavez-Martzen, who was not breathing.

She was required to St. Rose Dominican Health center– Rose de Lima Campus then to University Medical Center for treatment.

She died from her injuries 2 days later on, Henderson Police stated.

After an investigation, authorities arrested Martzen on charges of murder and kid abuse with considerable harm.

The infant’s death was the seventh murder in Henderson this year.

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Henderson daddy arrested for shooting, eliminating teen kid

Henderson police are investigating a shooting on Nov. 2, 2017. (Gai Phanalasy/FOX5) Henderson police are examining a shooting on Nov. 2, 2017. (Gai Phanalasy/FOX5) Henderson police are examining a shooting on Nov. 2, 2017.

( Gai Phanalasy/FOX5). HENDERSON, NV (FOX5) -. A Henderson father was jailed for shooting and eliminating his kid, inning accordance with authorities. Wendell Melton, 53, was jailed for murder, child abuse, and forbade ownership of a firearm Thursday, inning accordance with Henderson Police. Next-door neighbors said the victim was a teen.

Officers responded at about midday to the 900 block of Seven Hills Drive, near St. Rose Parkway for a domestic disruption.

Authorities said Melton shot his kid in an argument and he was required to St. Rose Dominican Medical facility in vital condition where he later died.

An examination is continuous and it was Henderson’s eighth murder of the year.

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Police: Woman who lured man into fatal attack is arrested with 2 others

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and seeing two guys jump an apartment complex wall, and records of calls between Garcia-Hernandez and Dorie Henley’s phones, cops stated. However a clearer image emerged when a pair of tipsters came forward. On Saturday, investigators talked to a person who informed them Dorie Henley had actually called and texted 2 days after the slaying, saying that she ‘d required cash to feed her kids and purchase diapers, so she set up a break-in near Jones and Charleston, authorities stated. The tipster stated Henley

had actually stated she ‘d enticed the victim with the guarantee of sex, however that when she attempted to take his wallet, the man tried to stop her, cops said. That’s when she screamed out and Andrew Henley and Franco stepped in, leaping the victim before stabbing him in the back.

Another tipster informed detectives that Dorie Henley called the day after the slaying, telling that individual to “watch the night news” because she ‘d”done something”near Jones and Charleston, cops said. Police spoke with and jailed the suspects on Sunday, inning accordance with the report. Dorie Henley admitted to the robbery conspiracy and told investigators the 2 men had actually leapt Garcia-Hernandez, and that she saw her brother kick him in the face, while Franco made “punching and swinging “movements toward the

victim. Franco informed investigators he and Andrew Henley had” kicked(the victim’s )ass, “but didn’t remember who stabbed him since “he was high,”authorities said. Andrew Henley stated that he was attempting to separate a battle in spite of tossing punches which he saw Franco utilize a metal object to stab Garcia-Hernandez

, authorities stated. After Garcia-Hernandez was on the ground, Andrew Henley stated, he saw his sis digging through the victim’s pockets and taking his wallet, cops said.

The suspects are being held at the Clark County Detention Center, each booked on one count of murder with a lethal weapon, break-in with a lethal weapon, burglary conspiracy

, vehicle theft, and conspiracy to devote a miscellaneous crime, prison logs reveal. They’re expected in court on Nov. 1.

14-year-old arrested in stabbing at Clark High School

A 16-year-old girl was stabbed by another student at Clark High School, police said. (FOX5)< img src =" /wp-content/uploads/2017/10/15172893_G.jpg" alt=" A 16-year-old lady was stabbed by another trainee at Clark High School, authorities said. (FOX5)"

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woman was stabbed by another student at Clark High School, police stated.( FOX5)” border =” 0″ width=” 180″/ > A 16-year-old woman was stabbed by another student at Clark High School, cops said.( FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )-. Cops arrested a 14-year-old for stabbing a 16-year-old at Ed W. Clark High School Monday, inning accordance with Clark County School District Cops. Stabbed in the upper body, the victim was required to University Medical Center. A spokesperson for the school district stated the injuries are not critical.

The school was put on lockdown for about an hour.

Police said they weren’t able to find the suspect in the beginning, however later on found her at her house. The lady is charged with battery with a fatal weapon with substantial physical damage and belongings of an unsafe weapon on school residential or commercial property.

A knife was recuperated at the school, cops stated.

More information were not instantly launched.

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2 arrested in Henderson beating death of veteran, 71


Henderson Police Anthony Andolina By Ricardo Torres-Cortez ( contact) Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017|7:20 p.m.

. A man and a juvenile are dealing with a murder charge following a prolonged examination into the death of a military veteran who suffered deadly injuries in a whipping previously this year, inning accordance with Henderson cops.

Robert Gamboa, 71, passed away several months after the April 2 incident in the 100 block of Water Street, cops said.

Anthony Andolina, 20, was detained on Friday on a murder warrant, cops stated. The unidentified youth was jailed the following day.

Gamboa had actually argued with a group of people before he was attacked by the suspects, inning accordance with cops, who were called about 9:20 p.m.

More details were not provided.

Anyone with additional information is asked to call Henderson authorities at 702-267-4750. To stay confidential, contact Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or crimestoppersofnv.com

Man arrested after roadway rage shooting in Henderson

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An elderly man was shot in the leg in an apparent road rage incident near Pacific Avenue and Van Wagenen Street Sunday night, according to Henderson Police. (Austin Turner / FOX5)( Source: HPD )” title=” Aaron Keith( Source: HPD)” border= “0 “width=” 180 “/ > Aaron Keith( Source: HPD).< img src=" http://kvvu.images.worldnow.com/images/14879198_G.jpg "alt=" A senior male was shot in the leg in an apparent roadway rage occurrence near Pacific Avenue and Van Wagenen Street Sunday night, according to Henderson Police.

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Austin Turner/ FOX5 )” border=” 0 “width=” 180 “/ > A senior male was shot in the leg in an apparent roadway rage occurrence near Pacific Opportunity and Van Wagenen Street Sunday night, inning accordance with Henderson Police.( Austin Turner/ FOX5). HENDERSON, NV (FOX5 )-. Henderson police arrested a

26-year-old male in connection with a road rage occurrence that hurt a 77-year-old man. Aaron Keith was detained Monday early morning for battery with a deadly weapon resulting in substantial bodily damage and discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle. Authorities stated on Sunday at 6:46 p.m. officers received reports that a suspect, determined as Keith, fired several shots into another automobile during a road rage occurrence in the area of Pacific Opportunity and Van Wagenen Street. Authorities said the victim sustained a non-life threatening gunshot wound to his ideal leg. He was taken to Sunrise Hospital for treatment.

Keith left the area in a white compact cars and truck, potentially a Toyota, cops said.

Utilizing details from witnesses and leads, authorities had the ability to determine Keith as the suspect. He was taken into custody at 2:50 a.m. at his Las Vegas house. During his arrest, officers likewise discovered a pistol that was believed to be utilized throughout the shooting.

Anybody with extra information is prompted to call Henderson cops at 702-267-4911. To remain confidential, call Criminal offense Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

Stay with FOX5 for the latest details.

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Cops: 1 arrested after stealing ambulance on Las Vegas Strip

Friday, Sept. 8, 2017|4:39 p.m.

. An individual was apprehended today after taking an ambulance on the Las Vegas Strip and leading authorities on a chase on Interstate 15 towards California, inning accordance with City Police.

The Clark County Fire Department car was taken near the Monte Carlo while emergency situation workers were away assisting somebody, officials stated.

The ambulance was tracked south on I-15, where cops arrested one person near the Nevada-California border, police said.

City Policeman and Nevada Highway Patrol troopers followed the ambulance, which was likewise being tracked from the air by an authorities helicopter, officials stated.

More information were not immediately offered.

Two suspects arrested in deadly drive-by shooting

Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017|1:33 p.m.

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Metro Police Larry Rinker Metro Authorities Jimmy Roper City Police state they have detained 2 suspects in a deadly drive-by shooting Sunday morning in the east valley.

Jimmy Roper, 40, and Larry Rinker, 41, were nabbed Tuesday and were being held at the Clark County Detention Center, authorities said.

Roper and Rinker are believed of driving by a home in the 3300 block of Cape Cod Drive, near Desert Inn Roadway and Nellis Boulevard, and shooting numerous rounds, authorities stated.

Angel Fabre, 42, was struck numerous times in the thigh and died as a result, according to the Clark County Coroner’s Office.

Roper deals with counts of open murder, conspiracy to devote murder, releasing a gun into an occupied structure, ownership or use a hazardous weapon, and ownership or belongings of a gun by a prohibited person, police stated.

Rinker deals with counts of open murder, conspiracy to dedicate murder, intensified stalking, discharging a weapon into an occupied structure, ownership or belongings of a weapon by a prohibited person, and domestic battery.