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Spring Valley double shooting leaves one man dead

Officers investigate the scene of a deadly shooting. (Gai Phanalasy/FOX5) Officers investigate the scene of a lethal shooting. (Gai Phanalasy/FOX5) Officers investigate the scene of a lethal shooting.( Gai Phanalasy/FOX5 ). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. One guy was eliminated and another was injured in a shooting in the west valley Tuesday, according to Las Vegas Metropolitan Authorities. Officers reacted to the 3600 block of Starbright Lane, near Twain Avenue and Durango Drive at 6:30 p.m. after a neighbor called 9-1-1 and reported hearing five to six shots fired next door, inning accordance with Lt. Grant Rogers.

On arrival, officers situated 2 men experiencing gunshot injuries. One was shot in the stomach and the other in the shoulder. Police stated it appeared they were contended close quarters.

Both victims were transferred to UMC Trauma where one later passed away, police said. The victims at first refused to make a declaration to officers, Lt. Rogers said.

Police think there was a conflict with an acquaintance of the victims regarding loan or residential or commercial property beyond the house prior to the shooting.

Authorities said the suspect or suspects were not in custody as of Tuesday night.

The incident does not appear to be random, police said.

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25 needs to have a look at the Double Down’s 25th-anniversary celebration

1. Thee Swank Bastards. The regional surf-rockin’, prank-pullin’ stalwarts get the party began Wednesday night with Basstravaganza: 25 tunes, 25 different bass players.

2. The history. Seriously, can you believe the Double Down Saloon has been around for 25 years? That everyone from Tim Burton to Dr. Timothy Leary has warmed these barstools? Or that this “clubhouse for the fringe” generated a sister bar in New York City? It’s a goddamn miracle, that’s what. Rub on it and make a wish.

3. The environment. Breathe it in deep. Later on, utilize a great deal of Febreze to obtain it off your jacket, belt and shoes.

4. DJ Rex Dart. Throughout the years, he’s rocked rooms throughout town with diverse sets that fuse blues, funk and rock ‘n’ roll. If you’ve never witnessed among his multigenre sets, now’s the time to check him out– he’s basically spinning all weekend long.

5. The parking lot. Lots going on out there this weekend: live music, an outdoor bar as well as a cubicle staffed by the bar’s friendly green next-door neighbor, the Grove dispensary.

6. The murals. The Double Down has actually been acquiring cool murals because the mid-1990s– distinctive works by Mark T. Zeilman, Magda Szeitz, Elizabeth Blau and others. They’re aging perfectly.

7. The male. If you can spot Double Down/Frankie’s Tiki Room owner P Moss in the crowd, shake his hand, buy him a drink and have him sign something: a flier, possibly, or your face.

8. Vomit insurance coverage. Your $20 remedy to the Double Down’s first guideline: “You barf, you clean up.”

9. Toss Rag. Captain Sean Doe, the founder/singer of this rockabilly/roots/punk band, sails the Salton Sea, California, quartet into port Saturday night to rip through hits like “She Do Not Want To (She Do Not Care)” and “Rule Maker.”

10. The anniversary poster. This ready-for-framing work of art– by AIGA acclaimed graphic artist Art Chantry– is a steal at $25.

11. Jenn O. Cide. The imposing appeal and unrepentant sideshow freak hosts the festivities. Anticipate to see her consuming a reasonable quantity of glass, or stapling random things to her head.

12. The swimming pool tables. Try not to think about what’s touched that felt throughout the years.

13. The jukebox. It’s still among the best-curated in Vegas– a “standard, gorgeous collection of punk, rockabilly and weird-ass sh * t,” as Moss calls it.

14. Fukuburger’s truck. Those tasty burgers pair nicely with the house’s bacon martini.

15. Dwarves. The Chicago-bred, San Francisco-based quintet has been servin’ up its diverse, rowdy garage-punk with controversial lyrics for three years. And with performances that often consist of nudity, physical aggressiveness and snobby stage small talk, Dwarves will feel right in your home at the Double Down on Saturday night.

16. The restrooms. Look for some salacious gossip about you scratched on the walls. If you can’t discover any, include some.

17. Franks & & Deans. Vegas’s upstanding “rock ‘n’ roll Rat Pack” plays indoors Saturday night from 1 a.m. till dawn.

18. Dirk Vermin & & The Hostile Talent. It’s tough to think of the Double Down celebrating a birthday without Uncle Dirk in attendance. He and atrioventricular bundle of untelegenic criminals appear Saturday.

19. The televisions. Still playing a mix of indescribably weird scenes. Serves you right if you take a look at them.

20. Goldtop Bob. Thanks to an enduring residency, the charismatic blues guitar player calls “The Happiest Put On Earth” his second home. He plays Sunday night.

21. √úberschall. Featuring ex- and present members of the Blue Male Group, √úberschall includes 3 drummers, a bassist and two guitarists. It’s as ridiculous and fun as it sounds. See on your own on Sunday.

22. Modern Alcoholic Publication. The Double Down’s the only place in Vegas where you can find this omnibus for fall-down drunks.

23. The addictive lunacy of the place. It’s genuine.

24. The Dickies. The campy SoCal pop-punk pioneers are no complete strangers to Vegas; they have actually rocked phases huge and little, from Punk Rock Bowling to the Gold Spike swimming pool celebration. Sing along to the melodic “Give It Back” or the band’s vigorous take on Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid” in our city’s cherished dive.

25. Ass Juice. The Double Down’s signature shot, “served ass cold.” Pound down a few shots in event of a quarter-freaking century of “100% pure, not from concentrate.”

Double Down Saloon’s 25th Anniversary November 22-26, times differ, totally free. 702-791-5775.

Metro officers shoot, eliminate double murder suspect near Flamingo and Tenaya

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Photo by: Jason Westerhaus/FOX5. Picture by: Jason Westerhaus/FOX5 Photo by: Jason Westerhaus/FOX5. Picture by: Jason Westerhaus/FOX5. LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. Las Vegas City cops stated a double homicide suspect was shot and killed by authorities early Tuesday morning, in the department’s 20th officer included shooting of the year.

Inning accordance with police, the suspect killed his next-door neighbors. Officers discovered the bodies of the next-door neighbors after callers reported seeing a guy “down” in the front lawn of a home on Monday right before 2 p.m. in the 7300 block of Newcrest Circle, near Flamingo Roadway and Tenaya Way.

Police said the guy was noticable deceased at the scene. After going into the home, officers situated the body of a 2nd male inside. Police stated both men were between the ages of 40- and 50-years-old.

Murder investigators reacted to the occurrence, cops stated.

Throughout their examination, investigators had the ability to discover sufficient evidence to get a search warrant. A SWAT group was called out to serve a search warrant at a house next door to where the bodies were discovered.

After several failed attempts at trying to get in touch with anyone inside of the home, SWAT officers sent a K9 unit into the residence, situated in 7400 block of Newcastle Circle. After the K9 system did not return, officers entered the house, went upstairs and found the suspect in a bed room, combating with the police pet dog, according to cops.

The K9 unit had the ability to get away prior to the suspect pulled a gun and pointed at police. 2 SWAT officers then fired at the suspect, striking him two times, cops stated. He was transported to UMC where he died.

Authorities stated the officer-involved shooting occurred Tuesday after 2 a.m.

No even more information were launched.

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Double murder suspected at north Lake Tahoe motel

Monday, Nov. 6, 2017|8:47 a.m.

KINGS BEACH, Calif.– Authorities are examining a possible double homicide at a motel on the north shore of Lake Tahoe.

The Second County constable’s workplace states deputies reacting to a report of shots fired discovered the victims at the Northwood Pines Motel in Kings Beach at about 4 p.m. Saturday.

The sheriff’s office states a male and a lady had suffered deadly gunshot wounds. It stated on its Facebook website that the case is being treated as a murder and that it might have been associated with a disagreement with a next-door neighbor.

The names of the victims are being kept pending notification of near relative.

No other information have actually been launched.

Mayweather sees a racial double standard in megafight vs. McGregor


Steve Marcus Floyd Mayweather Jr. and UFC light-weight champ Conor McGregor of Ireland present during a press conference at the MGM Grand Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017.

Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017|2 a.m.

. It had been more than two decades because a white male had won the world heavyweight boxing title.

The eccentric promoter Don King understood not only that, but that the United States was still a country with deep racial departments. So when Gerry Cooney– a stout, white New Yorker with a punishing left hook– agreed in summer 1982 to face the reigning champ, Larry Holmes, who was black and from the Pennsylvania rust belt, King understood what he had to do.

“If it’s an antagonistic fight between 2 blacks, it’s one thing,” King said in a recent interview. “However if it’s an antagonistic fight in between a white and a black, then you can play the race card significantly and get an overwhelming return.”

Such purposeful racial themes, long a tradition in boxing, may not be laid out rather as starkly this evening when fighter Floyd Mayweather Jr., who is black, and blended martial arts fighter Conor McGregor, who is white, square off in Las Vegas in a boxing match.

But race has actually definitely influenced this phenomenon of a bout between 2 titans of their respective sports in methods both plain and subtle.

Both fighters have flung racially tinged barbs at each other– McGregor told Mayweather to “dance for me, boy” and said he himself was half black “from the bellybutton down”; Mayweather stated he was battling “for all the blacks around the world.”

The racial bitterness cuts deeper than a couple of remarks.

Mayweather had spent more than a decade accepting his status as the undeniable king of battle sports villainy: brash, bad and eager to flaunt his loan, while trying to dismiss a record of domestic violence convictions.

Then along came McGregor, a mixed martial artist from Ireland, who used a boldness that equaled Mayweather’s to reach the peak of stardom in the fast-growing Ultimate Fighting Champion universe, in which fighters use their fists and feet and can wrestle challengers down. Even though the two men competed in different sports, they ended up being fast rivals.

Now, as they prepare to eliminate, McGregor is claiming most of the fan support, while Mayweather is asking a pointed concern: Exists a racial double requirement?

“He’s big-headed, he’s arrogant, he’s this, he’s that, he’s unappreciative,” Mayweather told press reporters of how his shenanigans have been gotten, while McGregor has displayed similar behavior “and they praise him for it.”

To some, the extremely truth that McGregor has an opportunity to make nine figures in his very first expert boxing match speaks to a racial double requirement.

Mayweather, 40, has actually assembled a 49-0 record given that his expert launching in 1996. Although McGregor, 29, has proved to be a disastrous striker en path to a 21-3 mark in mixed martial arts, this will be his very first expert boxing match.

Holmes, the defending champion and the victor in the 1982 fight, drew a contrast to the $10 million purses that he and Cooney– each undefeated entering their bout– received when they fulfilled in the ring.

“If it wasn’t for the white man that I was combating, we wouldn’t have gotten $10 million,” Holmes stated. “If I would have combated five siblings, we wouldn’t have got that much money.”

McGregor’s revenues might have come down to his marketability.

“McGregor remains in lots of ways a cheap replica of Floyd’s ‘Money Mayweather’ persona,” Todd Boyd, a teacher who studies race and pop culture at the University of Southern California, wrote in an e-mail. “However McGregor is white, he’s younger, and his clowning features an Irish accent. All this seems to have endeared him to some in the media and numerous fans too. McGregor is being commemorated for the exact same things that Floyd has actually been denigrated for.”

But one essential difference between Mayweather and McGregor, Boyd kept in mind, is that Mayweather has remained in serious difficulty with the law connected to domestic violence and has served prison time. As well as though the crowds at advertising occasions have leaned greatly in McGregor’s favor, Mayweather has actually invited– and made plenty of money from– people who cheer versus him.

So it is difficult to measure how much of the assistance for McGregor is from people who like him rather than those who just want to see Mayweather lose.

McGregor stated he did not think that there was a double standard in how he was dealt with compared with Mayweather, and he kept in mind that he had his reasonable share of critics.

McGregor has actually been slammed for a few of his racial remarks throughout the promo of the battle. He gyrated on stage throughout a promotional occasion, calling it “a little present for my stunning, black female fans.” In an interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” McGregor seemed to refer to black fighters in a scene from “Rocky III” as “dancing monkeys.”

McGregor insisted that he was not making race a problem in this fight.

“I’m not saying that there are not individuals on both sides that have this state of mind where it’s black versus white, and this type of thing,” he stated. “However it’s definitely something I do not excuse. I’m disappointed to hear the method sometimes it’s been represented. However I expect it’s simply the nature of the game, with the way things are going on the planet at the minute.”

His remarks came prior to white nationalists’ demonstrations over the planned elimination of a Confederate statue resulted in violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Aug. 12 and subsequent disputes throughout the country.


Regardless, racial friction has frequently been embedded in boxing, and often utilized to make money.

The very first significant race war inside a boxing ring in the United States came when James Jeffries was coaxed out of retirement in 1910 to eliminate Jack Johnson, the very first black heavyweight champ, in a not successful effort to recover the title for the white race, as lots of white Americans, consisting of Jeffries, framed it. The fight gave birth to the term “the Great White Hope.”

Subsequent years brought a series of matches owned by race and ethnic culture– Mexican-Puerto Rican, Mexican-black, black-white. And promoters have actually been unapologetic.

Utilizing race in a promo made good sense, King stated, due to the fact that it was tapping into society’s true feelings. He was not promoting or triggering hate, he stated, but was rather revealing the bigotry that had always existed. For example, King recalled that before the Holmes-Cooney battle, which Holmes won, an older white woman had approached Cooney and said, “Do it for us, Gerry.”

King included: “If you have actually got a white male that they figure has the opportunity to win, you sell exactly what’s deeply ingrained into the psyche of my fellow Americans. You offer them on their incorrect beliefs, and for that reason, it’s not incorrect to them. It’s truth to them. It ain’t perpetuating hate. The hate’s already there.”

Stephen Espinoza, basic supervisor of Showtime Sports, which is relaying the Mayweather-McGregor bout, stated the fight was primarily about 2 athletes at the top of their disciplines proving who was best, but he acknowledged that such events were frequently seen through the patterns of the time.

“The intriguing thing to me personally about boxing is it’s constantly been a mirror of society,” Espinoza said. “The sport has actually always been reflective of everything from U.S. migration patterns to socioeconomic and demographic patterns.”

The diversity of boxing has actually been shown in Showtime’s audience. The network said its boxing telecasts draw in a viewership that is, typically, 35 percent black and 30 percent Hispanic.

The UFC, on the other hand, tends to draw in a whiter audience, in both viewership and attendance at matches.

For the Mayweather-McGregor meeting, the combined disciplines may attract a more diverse audience, though as a boxing match, it may have to pull more of the weight in any effort to combine racial and ethnic groups.

“Ultimately, when you get these diverse groups that wind up enthusiastically rooting, you get often a flammable environment,” Espinoza stated. “Typically, these are nationwide and ethnic rivalries, which are restricted to the sport. One of the things that boxing succeeds is that it brings together a multicultural, multigenerational audience in such a way that can be a bonding experience.”

Believe in Las Vegas double homicide is arrested in L.A.

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CITY AUTHORITIES Delon Holston A suspect implicated of eliminating 2 individuals and terribly injuring another in a shooting inside a rental car at a central valley apartment building earlier this month was detained in California, City Cops said today.

Delon Holston, 29, was detained in Inglewood, Calif., 4 days after the June 13 shooting, police stated. He was wanted on 2 counts of murder with a lethal weapon and one count each of attempted murder and break-in with a fatal weapon.

Information on Holston’s arrest, who is awaiting extradition to Clark County, were not immediately available.

Officers were dispatched about 3:30 a.m. on June 13 to an alley in the 4100 block of Silver Dollar Opportunity, near Pennwood Opportunity and Arville Street, and discovered an automobile that had actually rolled into an energy pole after the reported gunfire, police stated.

Inside the vehicle, officers discovered the bodies of the female driver and a man, authorities stated. A 2nd man, who was shot in the face, was hospitalized in vital condition.

Holston was seated behind the chauffeur when he opened fire, cops said.

'' Mr. UNLV ' Ready for Double Task on Start Phase

When Tre Norman came to UNLV in 2013, he was one wary teen.

Everybody back home in New Orleans made college seem like a slog. They stated it was hard. That it was frightening, even. That not everyone would make it out, and that college would make or break you.

It didn’t take him long to work his method into the “make” classification by carving out his own specific niche as a widely known campus character by the time he was a sophomore. On start day, May 13, Norman will be performing his own song, “I’m a Rebel,” while emceeing the occasion– when he’s not walking the stage himself to gather his own degree.

The path to the Thomas & & Mack phase started for Norman when he went into a public speaking contest in an interactions class then on to a campuswide competition. Norman wound up taking second, putting him on the radar of both Lee Company School and the Honors College.

One day during his freshman year, Norman encountered Marta Meana, dean of the Honors College, and began peppering her with questions. She was so amazed with his consideration that she led him directly to the college’s admissions staff herself.

“As soon as I got plugged in with the Formality College whatever changed,” Norman stated. “It truly made me wish to get involved. I didn’t feel so disconnected from the university due to the fact that I had something to be connected to. Sophomore year was the year everything altered for me at UNLV.”

Talent programs, Difficult Mudder challenge competitions with the Formality College, speaking at brand-new trainee orientation– it was all on the table, and it wouldn’t have actually happened if Norman’s uncle, Victor, didn’t happen to live in Las Vegas.

Norman grew up in New Orleans and went to boarding school in Mississippi. Going to college in the South might have been a fallback plan if he had not had household here to stick with while pursuing his education.

“I type of understood I was coming to UNLV,” Norman stated. “I had come out here the summer season (in high school). I had to take my ACT test. I took it for the first time here at UNLV in (Beam Hall).”

Norman registered expecting to focus strictly on academics, on pin down a 4.0 GPA. But as his experiences deepened and he was drawn into the abundant tapestry UNLV provides, his interests expanded.

“The diversity here boggled the mind,” he stated. “You do not know what somebody is simply by looking at them. You might believe that individual is black, however they might be Ethiopian or Eritrean. Las Vegas is a melting pot of various cultures. UNLV, as an outcome, is also a melting pot. It makes the trainee experience way better.”

Throughout his sophomore year, Norman buckled down about making music and producing his own tracks. With its New Orleans roots, his family was steeped in music, often breaking out their instruments to jam at events. He’s launched 2 albums to iTunes, and the 2nd, called UNLV, features “I’m a Rebel,” “Mr. UNLV” and paean upper-level classes and diversity, “Hon 440.” It’s the type of resume that gets you tabbed to do things like carry out during graduation, which he did for the very first time during fall start.

It’s just part of the puzzle for Norman, who imagines a future as a public personality that encompasses tv, radio, public speaking and music. Now that he has actually spoken and performed at UNLV events like commencement, Premier, the Foundation Annual Supper and Rebels Rise, he intends on spending his time during grad school, where he will pursue a master’s in interaction studies at UNLV, getting ready for exactly what he hopes will be a multimedia takeover.

“Marketing is cool and I like organisation, but I wish to do more than company things. I wish to be associated with events and community engagement and things that affect individuals in a favorable way,” he stated. “I want to make a career off of motivation, aspiration. At a core level I wish to be a source of motivation to people, but business part that can be found in, I need to earn a living. So how can I earn a living off of being that source of motivation?”

That could be on the radio– Norman got a taste for that when he did the UNLV podcast around the Presidential Debate. It might come on tv. He recently taped an episode of the syndicated program The Right Side with Armstrong Williams. It might be with the albums, or on social networks, or in all of these places simultaneously.

There’s no blueprint, and no clear milestones for attaining fame. However Norman does feel like he has a degree in it already, simply from his time on school.

“He’s just a natural,” Meana stated. “He’s a force-of-nature type of man. I didn’t see him grow into this role; it was there when I fulfilled him. It’s tough to forecast precisely where he will end up. But exactly what’s not difficult to predict is he’s going to have a huge effect regardless of the automobile by which he decides to inspire and to be a favorable force. It might be any variety of things since he is an incredibly well-balanced scholar. I understand anywhere he lands he will bring that positive dynamism and energy that is actually a specifying function of him.”

When he walks around campus, Norman stated, individuals know him by name, even if he does not know them. It’s a taste of that fame life, writ small in a university environment. If he goes on to be a public face, it will be at least in part since he got to play at being the face of the trainee body.

“Often I seem like the poster kid,” he stated.

The Judds double down on that warm, household ambiance


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Wynonna Judd and Naomi Judd– The Judds– perform during opening night of “Girls Night Out,” their nine-show run, on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, at the Venetian.

Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015|6 p.m.

Ya got ta enjoy the Judds, for whom every day is Mom’s Day and every night is an opening night.

Naomi and Wynonna have actually opened their series of nine performances, a mix of music and mirth, at Venetian Theater. Following tonight’s program, the beloved mother-daughter tandem is Oct. 13-14, 16-17 and 23-24.

The Judds experience is two-fold: One is a celebration of Naomi, who is prettily selected in frilly and official dresses and steps with delicate grace, like a porcelain doll come to life. The other is a showcase for Wynonna’s brand-new resonant voice and her scorching support band, the Huge Sound.

“Girls Night Out” is the title of the program and exactly what opens the performance. What we find out right away is the idolatry nature of the “Juddheads,” with a wave of cheers greeting the duo. “This is a night of numerous firsts,” is how Wynonna revealed their arrival. Meantime, phase is flanked with a healthy complement of video footage covering the duo’s career, videos that reveal them allowing their numerous awards for many years while sporting time-specific fashions and hairstyles that were a terrific idea at the time.

The beauty in the Judds’ appeal is the multigenerational appeal, with Wynonna (who turned 51 in May) commonly referring to her 69-year-old mom as “The Queen.” When Naomi’s partner, singer Larry Strickland, is given the phase, Wynonna talks of his period as a backup vocalist for Elvis. “He sang for the King. Now he rests with the Queen,” is one of the numerous efficient one-liners from the phase. Counting on her seemingly nonplussed mother, Wynonna includes, “It’s called fornication, Mother.”

As assured, the duo’s hits are plentiful and kindly tested. In the mix are such sing-alongs as, “Mom He’s Crazy,” “Why Not Me” and “Turn it Loose” and “River of Time.” The latter is a moving ode to Naomi’s late sibling Brian, who died in 1963 of Hodgkin’s disease, one of the many tragedies the household has actually weathered over the decades. The mother and daughter hold hands throughout the song, the audience sharing in this otherwise personal experience that reminds of the numerous likewise poignant moments in Celine Dion’s show at the Colosseum.

However, Naomi’s phase time is determined, as she cedes the spotlight to Wynonna and the band so they can rattle the former “Phantom” theater. Just, Wynonna can really bring it; I ‘d heard accounts of Wynonna’s resonant voice in live performance throughout her appearances this spring with The Big Noise at South By Southwest, and those reports were spot on. She shimmies some, too, Elvis-style, working over her six-string acoustic as well as curling her lip in a fearless sort of method.

“I’m an interpreter,” she has actually said of her vocal approach. “I know the best ways to take a lyric and make it my own.” In this stretch with her band, that particular is evident.

The Huge Sound is even more a family experience, powered by Wynonna’s hubby, drummer Cactus Moser, a whirling dervish of a showman who has actually soldiered forth after losing his left leg in a 2012 bike accident. The Big Sound is launching a new album in February, and evaluating from exactly what she’s performing on the Strip, it’ll be a real thumper.

But completion of this experience, we’re entrusted these 2, jabbing fun in delighting in a chance to kick it up in Vegas. Chiding her mom for her absence of ability on social networks, Wynonna counted on Naomi and stated, “I have a Twitter account, it’s @WynonnaMusic. I speak to individuals all over the world about you and you have no concept.”

The mother laughed, and at the minute she did have an idea. She gets it, therefore does everybody else.

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City looking for man in double fatal shooting, victims identified

Las Vegas Metro police tape off a parking lot after a double shooting in the 5500 block of Boulder Highway on Sept. 11, 2015. (Jason Valle/FOX5)Las Vegas City police tape off a car park after a double shooting in the 5500 block of Boulder Freeway on Sept. 11, 2015. (Jason Valle/FOX5).
Las Vegas police said they are seeking this man in connection to a deadly shooting on Boulder Highway on Friday, Sept. 11. (Source: LVMPD)Las Vegas police stated they are seeking this man in connection to a deadly shooting on Boulder Highway on Friday, Sept. 11. (Source: LVMPD).


Two individuals who passed away Friday afternoon after a shooting in the east end of the Las Vegas Valley have actually been determined.

Las Vegas City cops stated a call of the event came in at 12:20 p.m. in the 5500 block of Stone Freeway, near East Tropicana Opportunity.

One of the victims was pronounced dead at the scene while the other victim was hurried to Sunrise Healthcare facility Trauma, authorities stated. The other victim died while in treatment.

The Clark County Coroner’s Office recognized the victims as 32 year-old Alton Bullard Jr., and 25 year-old Aaron Anderson.

Citing witnesses, authorities said three guys were standing outside a smoke store when a 4th man approached them. They four had a short exchange, and the 4th male walked away. Minutes later on, he returned and opened fire on the men, striking two of them.

“At this time, we have no idea the intention of the altercation and we have no idea the identity of anybody that is included,” Metro’s Sgt. Matthew Sanford said.

Authorities said they are looking for a black man in his 20s in connection with the shooting. He is called about 5’9″ tall with a slender construct. He was putting on a white t-shirt, dark shorts and black shoes. Authorities said the man should be considered armed and hazardous.

The man who was not struck by gunfire is stated to be cooperating with detectives. Police are reviewing monitoring video caught by close-by businesses.

“It was truly terrifying. I believed it was going to be a spree shooter or something like that, you understand? City was really quickly with their response time. I would like to thank our officers for getting here so quickly,” said a witness who didn’t want to be identified.

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