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Billionaire tech creator detained for stockpile of drugs at Encore resort

Ashley Fargo, left, and Henry Nicholas III, right, were arrested for drug trafficking charges at the Encore Las Vegas (Photo: TMZ / FOX5)
 Ashley Fargo, left, and Henry Nicholas III, right, were jailed for drug trafficking charges at the Encore Las Vegas (Picture: TMZ/ FOX5) Ashley Fargo, left, and Henry Nicholas III, right, were jailed for drug trafficking charges at the Repetition Las Vegas( Photo: TMZ/ FOX5). LAS VEGAS (FOX5)-. A billionaire tech founder was apprehended after authorities found a stockpile of drugs in his hotel room. Henry Nicholas III, the co-founder of tech huge Broadcom, was detained along with his girlfriend Ashley Fargo, who is the ex-wife of Wells Fargo successor Brian Fargo, at the Encore resort, according to TMZ. The couple faces multiple charges including drug trafficking of numerous illegal drugs.

On Tuesday, Nicholas called security after failing to enter his room at the Strip residential or commercial property. Then security found Fargo unresponsive in the room with a semi-deflated balloon in her mouth.

Paramedics had the ability to restore Fargo. Nicholas admitted to security that the balloons and some containers discovered in the room contained laughing gas.

Las Vegas police were contacted us to the scene and they further found 2 cases, which are normally utilized to carry weapons, that contained marijuana, heroine, cocaine, meth and MDMA, inning accordance with authorities.

TMZ stated Nicholas has a history of severe legal issues including felony securities fraud and distribution charges, although they were later on dropped.

FOX5 is dealing with gathering more details from cops.

Examine back for updates.

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Detained Tennessee reporter wins stay of deportation

Thursday, May 31, 2018|4:06 p.m.

MEMPHIS, Tenn.– An appeals board has bought a stay of deportation for a Spanish-language news press reporter who was apprehended throughout a presentation in Tennessee.

The Business Appeal reported that a lawyer for 42-year-old Manuel Duran said he won the stay but still faces months in immigration detention while an appeal is pending.

Lawyer Jeremy Jong stated federal authorities had actually prepared to deport Duran to El Salvador on Wednesday, however the Board of Immigration Appeals in Falls Church, Virginia, ordered a stay Tuesday. Jong said he consulted with Duran, who is thrilled and delighted.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesperson Bryan D. Cox validated the stay but said the underlying immigration case wasn’t resolved.

Duran was reporting on a protest of immigration policies in Memphis in April when he was detained. The demonstration accompanied days of remembrance of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King in Memphis.

Disorderly conduct and blockage of a highway charges were dropped, but he was gotten by migration representatives after his release.

Duran is from El Salvador and he has lived in Memphis for several years. He runs the Memphis Noticias online news outlet. Duran’s legal representatives have actually said he concerned the United States after receiving death dangers connected to reporting on corruption in El Salvador.

Duran was issued a deportation order in 2007. The order to leave the country followed Duran cannot appear for court.

Among Duran’s lawyers has actually stated he had actually been important of law enforcement in his reporting and was targeted and retaliated versus for it. Memphis police have denied those claims.

Police: Gold mine High School instructor detained for making terroristic risks

Leslie McGourty (Source: LVMPD)
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LVMPD)” border=” 0 “src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/05/16785441_G.jpg” width=” 180 “/ > Leslie McGourty( Source: LVMPD). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )-. Metro Cops apprehended a Bonanza High School instructor for making terroristic hazards on Wednesday.

Police determined the teacher as Leslie McGourty. McGourty was reserved into the Clark County Detention Center.

Students on campus said McGourty is a physics instructor at the school.

” I was shocked,” high school junior Bernice Olguin said. Olguin was in McGourty’s physics class. “There were a lot of police officers being available in to her class room to obtain her things and go out.”

Officers did not explain about the examination but said that the dangers were not directed at the school or any someone in particular.

It is uncertain who or exactly what she apparently threatened.

Olguin said McGourty never raised any red flags or acted unusual in class.

” I was in shock,” Olguin stated. “Ms. McGourty has never ever said anything uncomfortable or pointed out any terrorist threats.”

Hours after the arrest, Metro officers combed through McGourty’s white SUV parked outside the high school and private investigators searched her townhome located 10 minutes away from the school.

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Tambor to appear in brand-new '' Detained Advancement' ' season

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In this Sept. 16, 2017 file image, Jeffrey Tambor attends the BAFTA Los Angeles TV Tea Party in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Friday, May 4, 2018|12:01 p.m.

LOS ANGELES– Netflix states that Jeffrey Tambor will appear in the next season of “Jailed Advancement.”

Tambor exited Amazon’s “Transparent” earlier this year amidst misconduct accusations made by his previous assistant and a starlet on the show.

Tambor has rejected the harassment claims and stated he was “exceptionally disappointed” in how Amazon handled the matter.

A Netflix spokesperson stated Friday that Tambor will be included in the 5th season of “Arrested Advancement.”

Further information, including the degree of Tambor’s function when the season will debut, were unavailable.

A recut version of season four that puts the story line in sequential order started streaming on Netflix today.

Chauffeur determined, detained after lady is killed in Friday crash

A woman was killed in a crash on the U.S. 95 near Ann Road Friday. (Photo: NHP)
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Vegas, according to Nevada Highway Patrol. (Picture: NHP) "title= "A lady died in a crash on the U.S. 95 in northwest Las Vegas, inning accordance with Nevada Highway Patrol.

( Image: NHP)” border= “0” src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16641992_G.jpg” width=” 180 “/ > A female passed away in a crash on the United States 95 in northwest Las Vegas, inning accordance with Nevada Highway Patrol.( Picture: NHP )< img alt=" One person was killed in a crash on the U.S. 95 in northwest Las Vegas, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.( FastCam) "title=" A single person was killed in a crash on the U.S. 95 in northwest Las Vegas, inning accordance with

Nevada Highway Patrol.( FastCam)” border=” 0″ src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16641417_G.jpg “width=” 180″/ > One person was eliminated in a crash on the U.S. 95 in northwest Las Vegas, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.( FastCam ). LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -. A woman passed away in a crash on the U.S. 95 in northwest Las Vegas, according to Nevada Highway Patrol. NHP stated the woman driving a Toyota Camry was

rear-ended by a man driving a Chevrolet Pioneer on the U.S. 95 southbound at a high speed, north of the Ann Roadway overpass. The female, 56, was noticable dead at the scene. The driver of the Chevrolet Pioneer needed to be mechanically liberated from the vehicle and was taken to UMC with non-life threatening hurts, NHP stated. Nevada Highway Patrol stated on Sunday the motorist of the Trendsetter was arrested and reserved for reckless driving resulting in death, driving on a suspended license and not wearing a seatbelt. He was identified as 32-year-old Eric Brzoza.

The crash was reported at 3:57 p.m. Friday and the roadway was closed during the investigation.

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Massage therapist detained for sexual assault says female was '' providing him specific signs''.

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

A guy who worked as a massage therapist at the Red Rock Casino Day spa was detained after he was implicated of sexually attacking a client.

Rafael Garcia was arrested on April 16 following a massage at the spa, inning accordance with an arrest report. The female, who cops did not determine, told officers she was from Florida and was remaining at the hotel for a convention. She stated she had reserved a 50 minute massage with Garcia. Throughout the massage she stated Garcia assaulted her twice.

She told authorities that Garcia asked her to lay on her back and then he raised the bed, which she stated she believed was “extremely strange.”

Garcia was massaging her legs when she stated he then placed a finger into her vaginal area. He did it again and she jumped up, telling him to stop, authorities stated. She told Garcia, “That is not OK! That is not massage.”

When officers got here, Garcia told police the victim was flirting with him which he “succumbed to the teasing.” He stated the woman was “spreading her legs open,” “groaning in a sexual tone,” and “pushing her vaginal area against his hand as he rubbed her.”

Garcia stated that he “must have never taken the bait.” He told officers later on that he may have touched her 3 to four times.

“Rafael specified he ought to have stopped the massage once (the woman) acted wrongly,” officers wrote. “Rafael understood it was wrong and stated ‘he took the bait.'”

Cecilia Oleson, who has actually received massages from Garcia in the past, stated she has actually had unfavorable experiences with a male masseuse in the past, but never ever from Garcia.

“He was extremely expert. Probably one of the very best masseuses I’ve ever had in my life. I always requested him whenever I went. He was really good as far as getting your identifies and extending you,” Oleson said. “I cannot safeguard someone that did something wrong, however yet I can just speak on individual experiences.”

Cops said Garcia is now on house arrest, but when FOX5 tried to talk to him at his home, a female addressed the door and said he was not house and that she might not comment about the accusations.

Garcia was apprehended for two counts of sexual assault and was scheduled in Clark County Detention Center. He was scheduled for an initial hearing on May 3.

“I simply hope this is an incorrect allegation and this guy can go on and live a typical life since he was really good at exactly what he did,” Oleson said. “I guess as a human being if you have somebody that is attractive or whatnot throwing themselves at you, I can comprehend how it’s simple to ‘take the bait.’ In another sense, a job is a job, so you enter and do your job.”

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Family of detained immigrant in Vegas states she was assaulted

Cecilia poses with family in an undated image. (Source: La Firma)
 Cecilia poses with family in an undated image. (Source: La Firma) Cecilia poses with household in an undated image. (Source: La Firma). LAS VEGAS (AP)-. The family of a lady detained by immigration agents during an interview last week in Las Vegas states she was assaulted when she refused to sign documents without reading them.

Two children of Cecilia Gomez gotten in touch with authorities to launch their mother throughout a press conference Thursday outside the Las Vegas office of U.S. Citizenship and Migration Providers.

Ricardo Avelar-Gomez states the household “is grieving.” He says his mom believed her appointment at that workplace was implied for her to get her permit, however rather was challenged by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and detained.

Bliss Requa-Trautz with the Las Vegas Worker Center states a representative knocked Gomez versus a table, triggering bruises along her side.

She says Gomez is at a detention facility in Arizona.

ICE’s public affairs office didn’t immediately react to a request for comment

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5 MS-13 gang members detained for 10 murders in Southern Nevada

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

Las Vegas City police stated they have jailed 5 suspects in connection with 10 murders that took place throughout a year. The suspects are connected with the MS-13 gang.

2 of the murders occurred in 2017 and eight occurred in 2018. All of the murders happened throughout 12 months.

The investigation involved the Las Vegas City Cops Department, FBI, in addition to law enforcement from Fresno and Los Angeles.

Authorities said the suspects associated with the criminal activity are very violent. All of the victims were shot or stabbed various times.

Retired Metro officers who connected to FOX5 in the weeks prior to the announcement said they heard of numerous “dismembered” bodies disposed near Mt. Charleston and Lake Mead.

“We are confident the suspects involved have actually been located and arrested,” Sheriff Joe Lombardo said.Metro did NOT offer the names of any of the suspects who were arrested. Police state they were driving south on Jones, on their method to commit another murder, when they were jailed. https://t.co/sMLFNxx20f!.?.!— Adam Herbets(@AdamHerbets)

March 26, 2018 Lombardo stated this investigation has been a leading concern for the department and he takes pride in his officers for resolving the cases rapidly.”I have stated in the previous iterations of public looks that MS-13 didn’t have a large footprint here in the Las Vegas Valley

. I still believe that,”he said.”We feel great that additional criminal offenses committed by this specific gang have been reduced. It would be remedy to believe that they wouldn’t continue with their actions in the future, but we feel great that we have them under control. “Capt. Robert Plummer, of City’s Murder Area, stated detectives were able to link the weapon utilized in both 2017 murders together. Daniel Clark, the very first victim,

was shot to death in March of 2017. Clark’s previous sweetheart said she has begun to feel closure now that his killers have actually been detained.

Richard Gaudio, the second victim, was killed on New Year’s Eve as he was lighting fireworks in a next-door neighbor’s driveway.” I have actually been scared ever since. I’m really shocked.

I hesitate to go anywhere. I believe that they may come back!” one next-door neighbor stated, speaking with FOX5 on the condition of privacy.

“He was breathing. His pulse was genuine faint. “Capt. Plummer states NOT all victims are gang associated.– Adam Herbets (@AdamHerbets ) March 26, 2018 In January, Las Vegas Metro police

search and rescue teams were performing an unassociated search and rescue operation when they discovered a body. The victim was a previous MS-13 Gang member. A few days later on, Arquimidez Sandoval-Martinez was partying with buddies at a downtown club. He went outdoors and was never seen once again, Plummer

stated. Two weeks later, his body was recovered by a division of forestry officer near Lake Mead and State Path 147. During the examination, homicide investigators discovered both victims knew each other and both were included with the MS-13 gang. Plummer said on March 2, investigators

took the suspects into custody on Jones Boulevard. Detectives learned they were on their way to dedicate another murder. At least six of the 10 victims

were kidnapped before they were eliminated and their bodies were discarded in a mountain area, Plummer stated. Several of the victims claimed association with other Mexican

gangs. On Dec. 31, 2017, another victim, Richard Gaudio was standing in a driveway when a car pulled up and he was shot to death. Another victim Daniel Clark was murdered on March 3, 2017.

The weapon that eliminated Clark and Gaudio was matched through forensic evidence. The other victims include Carlos Pachaca-Rodriguez, Juan Carlos Estrada Raya, Jose Hernandez, Izzak Towery, Earl Ryan, and Rony Fuentes.”Our examination thus far has recuperated 18 firearms, “Plummer stated. The guns include an AR-15, semi-automatic pistols, and shotguns. Eight of the guns were stolen in City’s jurisdiction.

One was stolen in Henderson. The 4 adult suspects are presently being held on federal immigration charges, Plummer stated. There is likewise one juvenile in custody

. 3 of the suspects are from El Salvador and one is from Honduras. In partnership with the FBI, Las Vegas Metro cops submitted the case to the

U.S. Lawyer’s office for factor to consider of the following offenses: kidnapping

, attack with intent to dedicate murder, first-degree murder, use of a firearm leading to death, and criminal offenses occurring on federal land. Case sent to the U.S. lawyer’s office for the following charges: kidnapping, assault with intent to devote murder, first-degree murder, usage of a gun

leading to death, crimes happening on federal land. City stated the existing footprint of the MS-13 gang is “roughly around less than 50 that we have actually recorded here in Clark County.”MS-13 is a global gang coming from El Salvador and California. Nevertheless, transnational gangs have the tendency to go from city-to-city, so it is not uncommon to find them in places outside of the border. Copyright 2018 KVVU(KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.

Watch: 14-year-old detained for pulling individuals over while dressed as police

VICTORVILLE, Calif. (AP/Meredith)– A 14-year-old kid apprehended for pretending to be a sheriff’s deputy launched counterfeit investigations and pulled people over while driving around his Southern California neighborhood in an SUV equipped with flashing blue and red lights, authorities said.

The unknown teenager was taken into custody Tuesday after deputies found counterfeit loan, phony weapons, ballistic vests and other law enforcement-related items in his house, San Bernardino County sheriff’s authorities stated.

The probe was launched a day earlier when a Victorville house owner reported someone driving an unmarked Ford Explorer with flashing lights and wearing a sheriff’s uniform with a gun holster came to your home and stated he was investigating a domestic disruption.

Jasmine Jones, who lives at the house, informed KTLA she was puzzled by the unforeseen see.

“For me, I was like, ‘That’s not regular. Do police officers do that?'” she stated.

Jones stated the teenager had on an uncomfortable consistent complete with a belt holster that contained a gun. But regardless of the props, Jones stated she was unconvinced.

“I saw the police uniform and I believed, ‘That simply doesn’t look right,'” she said. “It’s loose, and the belt buckle isn’t staying on his hips.”

Detectives figured out that the kid engaged with at least two other people while impersonating a deputy. On the very same day, the teen pulled a lady over and provided her a caution before letting her go, authorities said.

Deputies later on stopped the SUV and found the uniformed teenager inside.

The SUV belonged to the teen’s great-grandfather, inning accordance with the San Bernardino Sun paper. It wasn’t clear if the boy coped with his great-grandfather or how he had the ability to access the vehicle.

The young boy, who was on probation at the time of his arrest, was held at a juvenile detention center east of Los Angeles.

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14-year-old detained for pulling people over while dressed as police

VICTORVILLE, Calif. (AP/Meredith)– A 14-year-old young boy apprehended for pretending to be a sheriff’s deputy launched counterfeit examinations and pulled people over while driving around his Southern California neighborhood in an SUV geared up with flashing blue and traffic signals, authorities stated.

The unidentified teen was nabbed Tuesday after deputies discovered counterfeit money, fake guns, ballistic vests and other law enforcement-related items in his house, San Bernardino County constable’s officials stated.

The probe was released a day earlier when a Victorville homeowner reported somebody driving an unmarked Ford Explorer with flashing lights and wearing a sheriff’s uniform with a weapon holster pertained to your home and said he was investigating a domestic disturbance.

Jasmine Jones, who lives at the house, told KTLA she was puzzled by the unforeseen check out.

“For me, I was like, ‘That’s not normal. Do polices do that?'” she said.

Jones stated the teenager had on an uncomfortable consistent total with a belt holster which contained a gun. However in spite of the props, Jones said she was skeptical.

“I saw the authorities uniform and I believed, ‘That just doesn’t look right,'” she stated. “It’s loose, and the belt buckle isn’t remaining on his hips.”

Detectives figured out that the kid communicated with at least 2 other individuals while impersonating a deputy. On the very same day, the teen pulled a woman over and offered her a caution prior to letting her go, authorities stated.

Deputies later stopped the SUV and found the uniformed teen inside.

The SUV belonged to the teen’s great-grandfather, inning accordance with the San Bernardino Sun paper. It wasn’t clear if the young boy lived with his great-grandfather or how he was able to access the vehicle.

The young boy, who was on probation at the time of his arrest, was held at a juvenile detention center east of Los Angeles.

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