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Lady jailed at Rio '' gang ' celebration speaks up

Ashley Medlock, who was arrested at the party on a traffic warrant, said the party was in honor of her brother's 26th birthday. (FOX5)
< img alt =" Ashley Medlock, who was detained at the celebration on a traffic warrant, stated the party remained in honor of her bro's 26th birthday. ( FOX5)The mugshots of several known gang members arrested at the Rio on Aug. 19, 2018. (Photos: LVMPD)
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of her sibling’s 26th birthday.( FOX5) “border=” 0″ src =” https://KVVU.images.worldnow.com/images/17456479_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180821031632 “width=” 180″/ > Ashley Medlock, who was arrested at the party on a traffic warrant, said the party remained in honor of her sibling’s 26th birthday.

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https://KVVU.images.worldnow.com/images/17453979_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180820191032″ width=” 180″/ > The mugshots of numerous known gang members arrested at the Rio on Aug. 19, 2018.( Photos: LVMPD ). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )-. Authorities jailed 12 suspects and taken five guns early Sunday

early morning after breaking up a large celebration inside a room at the Rio Hotel and Casino. Authorities stated the party included documented gang members, however people who went to the party disagreed.”

It wasn’t a gang celebration, “Ashley Medlock stated.” It was a birthday party. “Medlock, who was jailed at the celebration on a traffic warrant, stated the celebration remained in honor of her brother’s 26th birthday.

” Not one time did we get a caution,” Medlock.

“There was no criminal activity devoted there. The very first knock at the door was 50 policemans. “Medlock said she was not sure if gang members were present. She said the party started Saturday night and authorities showed up at the door at 2 a.m. Sunday

.” Security never ever came,” Medlock said. [RELATED: Cops apprehend 12 from ‘loud celebration’ at the Rio, 5 guns recuperated]

Police stated hotel security called officers for assistance because the party was loud. Officers likewise stated there was an odor of marijuana. 2 suspects were arrested for bring a concealed weapon without an authorization. Police said the other suspects had active warrants for their arrests unrelated to the incident on Sunday.

While police stated some of people in attendance at the celebration were known gang members, authorities did not describe how they knew that information. LVMPD’s gang unit did not return calls for comment.

Caesars Home entertainment, the gambling establishment business that owns Rio Hotel and Gambling establishment, also did not respond for remark.

Officers from Convention Center Area Command broke up a big gang party at a significant resort gambling establishment. Over a dozen recorded gang members were arrested and 5 firearms were recovered.Our officers make every effort to keep our residents and travelers safe! #FiveLessGuns #CCACFlex pic.twitter.com/RHfkqYisG9!.?.!— LVMPDCCAC( @LVMPDCCAC ) August 19, 2018 Copyright 2018 KVVU( KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.

Equipped teen jailed at Green Valley High School

HENDERSON, NV (FOX5) –

A teenager with a gun was arrested at Green Valley High School on the very first day back to class, according to Clark County School District police.

On Monday, a staff member saw a trainee “acting out” and got the cops included, Capt. Ken Young, of CCSD authorities stated. Officers discovered a pistol, however, it was not immediately known why the student had the weapon.

Authorities stated the student did not make any threats.

CCSD Authorities Chief James Ketsaa said teachers thought the student was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

An examination was continuous.

“It was all over like the internet and social networks. I was like, ‘What?!'” trainee Eric Smith said. “First day of school, and it’s similar to, ‘Woah. That’s just crazy.'”

“It was scary,” trainee Karter Kares stated. “However thankfully, the police were here to stop it before anything escalated.”

Trainee Nerriah Taylor said she understood the student however didn’t believe he would be the type of kid to bring a weapon to school.

“The very first day especially, I seem like that is really self-centered of him. I seem like he aimed to get attention,” Taylor said. “I never would have believed he would do something like that. I think he’s had a past previously, but not with anything this major.”

In spite of it being the very first day of school, this was not the first arrest of the CCSD academic year. In a different event, Young stated a kid was jailed the day prior to school started for making hazards towards Foothill High School.

Superintendent Jesus Jara stated he isn’t going to let those students spoil his first day of school at his new district.

“All of our children at Green Valley High School are safe and there was no issue, so I’m simply actually thrilled where we are as a system on our first day,” Jara said.

The teenager will be charged through the juvenile court system, authorities stated.

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Police: Domestic disagreement leaves lady dead; boyfriend jailed

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woman who passed away after a domestic disagreement last week in which she dropped a flight of home stairs in the northeast valley. Dion Stanley, 24, has been scheduled at the Clark County Detention Center and accuseded of murder,

police said. Authorities were called about 3 a.m. Friday to an extended-stay complex on East Craig Road near Nellis Boulevard to examine a domestic disturbance. When officers got here, they found an unresponsive woman with an apparent head injury, officials stated. Stanley, who police figured out was dating the victim, was on scene and was detained. The lady was required to University Medical Center, where she later on died. Police said that the conflict took place on an outside sidewalk and

that the woman” went tumbling down the stairs. “The Clark County Coroner’s Workplace will

launch the identity of the victim after an autopsy. Anybody with information can call City’s homicide department at 702-828-3521 or Criminal activity Stoppers at 385-5555 to stay confidential.

Mom'' s sweetheart jailed in death of 10-year-old boy who complained about abuse

(Meredith/AP)– The boyfriend of a Southern California woman whose 10-year-old child died last week under suspicious scenarios– which followed a dozen referrals of presumed kid abuse to kid welfare authorities over several years– was detained Wednesday on suspicion of murder, Los Angeles County constable’s officials said.

Kareem Leiva, 32, was detained in the death of Anthony Avalos after an interview with sheriff’s investigators on Wednesday. The arrest came a day after county kid well-being authorities exposed that the boy had actually formerly reported being beaten, secured and not fed.

Constable’s deputies were called to a home in Lancaster, in the high desert Antelope Valley north of Los Angeles, on June 20 after Anthony’s mom called 911 to report that he had actually fallen down the stairs. Deputies found him unresponsive in the house and he died at a healthcare facility the next day.

Homicide investigators considered Anthony’s death “suspicious” and the Los Angeles County Department of Kid and Household Providers said that there were indications of “physical abuse, including signs of being severely beaten, in addition to malnourishment.”

Brandon Nichols, deputy director of the Los Angeles County Department of Kid and Households, revealed in an interview on Monday that Anthony “stated he liked young boys,” which prompted speculation that his sexuality might have played a role in his death, the Los Angeles Times reported. Sheriff’s Capt. Chris Bergner said homophobia has not turn up as a motive in the investigation.

The boy’s mother, Heather Barron, and Leiva– her sweetheart and the daddy of a few of her other children– were both questioned by homicide detectives and Leiva was detained Wednesday afternoon. The young boy’s mother has actually not been detained and isn’t really dealing with any criminal charges.

“During the course of their interview, suspect Leiva made declarations that led detectives to jail him,” Los Angeles County Constable Jim McDonnell stated. He decreased to elaborate.

McDonnell said the level of the boy’s injuries was “grossly overemphasized” by kid well-being officials and informed press reporters that detectives did not find cigarette burns on Anthony’s body. He decreased to provide particular information of the young boy’s injuries up until an autopsy is completed.

After Anthony’s death, kid well-being authorities eliminated eight other kids– in between 11 months and 12 years old– from the home. They are being taken care of by county child well-being workers, officials said.

Sheriff’s deputies had actually responded to the kid’s home several times over the last couple of years– most recently in April 2016– and there were a variety of suspected kid abuse recommendations, however no arrests were ever made, the McDonnell said.

Private investigators are reviewing each of those cases to determine whether appropriate protocol was followed, he stated.

Kid welfare officials said Anthony had been gotten rid of from his home for numerous months when a few of the reports of abuse were validated. He was returned after family members got in-home therapy, the firm stated.

The firm said it validated 2 accusations including sexual abuse when Anthony was 4 but the case was closed when it was figured out that his mother was effectively looking after him.

The last recommendation regarding Anthony was in April 2016 alleging general overlook. He was spoken with, and the accusations were deemed unproven or inconclusive, officials said.

Throughout the interview on Wednesday, detectives saw that Leiva had a previous injury– a laceration on his chest they believe was self-inflicted– and needed medical attention. He remained hospitalized Wednesday evening and is expected to be held on $2 million bail as soon as he’s clinically cleared, the sheriff stated.

It wasn’t instantly clear if Leiva had a lawyer who might comment on his behalf.

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'' Jersey Coast ' star ' s ex-girlfriend jailed in Vegas fight

Jennifer Harley (Source: LVMPD)
< img alt =" Jennifer Harley (Source: LVMPD)"

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border =” 0″ src =” http://kvvu.images.worldnow.com/images/17062825_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180626113933″ width =” 180 “/ > Jennifer Harley (Source: LVMPD). LAS VEGAS (AP)-. Authorities and her attorney say the 31-year-old ex-girlfriend of “Jersey Coast” TV program star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro is dealing with a misdemeanor domestic battery charge in Las Vegas after a weekend battle.

Officer Laura Meltzer said Monday that Jennifer Harley of Las Vegas was jailed Sunday night after officers responded to a report of a guy aiming to pull a female from a damaged lorry near a crossroads southwest of the Las Vegas Strip.

Harley’s lawyer, Michael Cristalli, confirmed the arrest but stated he might not instantly comment about the situations.

Meltzer states Ortiz-Magro was bleeding, that officers determined Harley was the assailant which the two had a domestic relationship.

Harley and Ortiz-Magro have a young daughter together.

Records reveal Harley was launched from prison pending an initial court appearance.

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Guy jailed after barrier inside armored vehicle near Hoover Dam

BOULDER CITY, NV (FOX5) –

A male who barricaded himself inside an armored vehicle near the Hoover Dam Bridge Bypass on U.S. Highway 93 was collared by Arizona authorities Friday afternoon.

Mathew P. Wright, 30, of Henderson, deals with numerous charges consisting of blockage of a highway, endangerment, illegal flight from police, misconduct including a weapon and terrorist acts. Wright was booked into the Mohave County Prison, inning accordance with a release from the Arizona Department of Public Security.

Nevada Highway Patrol reacted to reports of the barrier on the Pat Tillman memorial bridge around 12 p.m. Trooper Jason Buratczuk stated the guy was perhaps equipped with a rifle and was obstructing all southbound traffic lanes. Arizona Highway Patrol, Boulder City police and Las Vegas Metropolitan Authorities and National Forest Service Law Enforcement were also reacting to the event.

“We’re in a traveler location and you hear somebody perhaps with a long rifle, I suggest the scars are still, you understand, quite fresh from 1 October.”

Inning accordance with Buratczuk, the man was seen waving handmade indication reading, “release the OIG report.”

The male tried to drive down the United States 93 in the “homemade armored automobile,” when he ran over spike strips causing 3 of the vehicle’s tires to deflate.

Wright was blocked by a semi-truck then turned around and drove into a wash trail where he was taken into custody by Arizona authorities without event.

Authorities discovered a rifle and pistol inside the truck, the release stated.

“We are happy that the collaboration and cooperation between all firms included led to the effective and safe conclusion to this incident,” AZDPS Captain Brian Swanty stated.

NHP stated authorities left all pedestrians and vehicles off the bridge and shutdown the roadway to traffic while containing the scene.

Chris Vasquez was on vacation with his family. He saw the traffic and barriers on the bridge.

“The very first thing that comes to mind is exactly what occurred in the shooting out here in Vegas. That’s the very first thing. We come out here simply to trip, you understand, and that’s type of like ‘wow,'” Vasquez said.

Traffic on the United States 93 reopened at around 1:34 p.m.

Stay with FOX5 for more updates.This is exactly what is

looks like near the Hoover Dam. No automobiles or individuals permitted on the dam right now. NHP states a man in an armored truck is obstructing all lanes. They’re unsure if he’s armed. We’ll upgrade as we learn more. @FOX5Vegas pic.twitter.com/GyxWXdekAj!.?.!— Kathleen Jacob FOX5(@Kathleenjjacob) June 15, 2018 Copyright 2018

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East Las Vegas elementary school instructor jailed for child abuse

Police arrested a Las Vegas elementary school teacher Friday for felony child abuse of a student. (FOX5)
< img alt=" Authorities apprehended a Las Vegas elementary school instructor Friday for felony child abuse of a trainee. ( FOX5)"

title=" Cops arrested a Las Vegas elementary school instructor Friday for felony kid abuse of a student.

( FOX5)” border =” 0″ src= “http://kvvu.images.worldnow.com/images/16994717_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180616021747″ width=” 180″/ > Authorities jailed a Las Vegas grade school teacher Friday for felony child abuse of a trainee.( FOX5 ). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. Cops arrested a Las Vegas grade school teacher Friday for felony kid abuse of a student. The Clark County School District Authorities Department reserved 58-year-old Tune Carter after an examination that started at Harley A. Harmon Primary school, located near Hacienda Opportunity and Nellis Boulevard, in Might 2018.

CCSD PD said a number of allegations were made against Carter, which police found to be “substantiated.”

Joshua ‘Ginger’ Monroe said among those claims originated from him. He said Carter taught the ‘KIDS’ program, a pre-kindergarten class for kids with unique needs, at Harmon Primary School. Monroe’s three-year-old child had Carter as a teacher.

” She’s gotten home with bruises on her arms and deathly scared of going to school … and come to find out it’s because she was being tormented by someone we trusted to take care of our kid,” he stated. “To find out my child is being treated by doing this, it’s appalling, it’s horrible, and it’s irritating.”

Carter was employed by CCSD in Sept. 1996 and her status with the district was noted as “appointed to house.”

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CCSD special education instructor jailed for theft of school residential or commercial property

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

A CCSD special education instructor was jailed Wednesday for taking iPads from school and offering them at close-by pawn stores, cops said.

Amanda Mirkovich is an unique education instructor at Myrtle Tate Elementary School.

Clark County School District police apprehended Mirkovich for theft, possession of stolen residential or commercial property, grand larceny, and acquiring cash under false pretenses.

CCSD cops found out exactly what was going on when they ran a routine check of pawn databases in Clark County.

That’s when they got a hit on two iPads, missing out on from Tate Elementary. Authorities had the ability to connect them to Mirkovich and her pal Robert Oseguera. He pawned one of the taken iPads for $399, inning accordance with police. Oseguera was accuseded of belongings for stolen residential or commercial property.

He originally informed authorities that he didn’t know the iPads had been taken and claimed he bought them on Craigslist, according to the arrest report.

Mirkovich was worked with by the school district in 2013, cops said.

“It’s simply not right,” parent Alejandra Fogg stated. “There’s a lot of other ways to set about than taking.”

Parents stated they were disturbed to hear an instructor was implicated of stealing from students.

” [She’s] not a very liked teacher today,” Fogg said.

Her pal Robert Oseguera confessed to cops he helped her erase the information, so that the set might sell them to Money America Super Pawn.

“She’s eliminating from our kids,” Fogg said. “That’s home utilized to educate our kids.”

Moms and dads stated the school sent them an automated message about Mirkovich’s arrest.

“I’m surprised,” parent Jeree DeJarnette stated. “Now I seem like I want to put my kids in a different zip code.”

They called this unreasonable and less than professional.

“That right there – that’s ruining whatever,” DeJarnette said. “That’s making this whole school look bad.”

“If it’s not attack, it’s them breaking their rights as kids,” Fogg said. “Now it’s taking. And it resembles no surprise a lot of individuals wish to home school their kids.”

When cops interviewed Mirkovich she rejected the claims, stating she would never ever steal from the school.

Moms and dads weren’t buying it.”She is out of line and I hope they do fire her,” DeJarnette said.

Parents said they’re turning this into a mentor minute for their kids.

“As a parent, how do I tackle discussing this to an eight-year-old, what took place?” Fogg stated. “I don’t want him to feel like okay, so she steals – is it all right if I take? Because that’s not right.”

Mirkovich is no complete stranger to Super Pawn. A shop worker showed Mirkovich’s transactions in 2018.

In addition to the iPad, flagged by authorities, she likewise sold numerous watches, a GoPro video camera and a wedding event ring set. The pawn store staff member added they do unknown if things are stolen, unless a police report is filed.

CCSD said its iPads are engraved with ‘Property of Clark County School District.’

Inning accordance with the police report, Oseguera sold 5 more iPads to pawn stores. Police were still investigating if those come from CCSD.

CCSD authorities stated Mirkovich will be ‘designated to house’ once she is launched.

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Middle school student jailed in Stone City school hazard probe

Wednesday, April 25, 2018|7:45 p.m.

Authorities say a 14-year-old student was arrested following a report that he made a terrorist danger versus his junior high in Boulder City.

Boulder City police Leader Brent Speyer said Wednesday the boy was jailed as a juvenile on a felony charge that, if convicted as an adult, might get him a minimum of 2 to Twenty Years in state jail.

Speyer says authorities got a 911 call late Monday about a risk and the boy did not go to Garrett Junior High School on Tuesday prior to his arrest at home.

The authorities official declined to specify the hazard, state whether police believe the boy acted alone, or state whether weapons or any hazardous device was discovered at the kid’s home or school.

Lady jailed after battle with pregnant service member over parking area

Screen shots from a video posted to Facebook by Edrico Wallace show the altercation inside a Cheddar's restaurant in Macon, Ga.
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in Macon, Ga.” border= “0” src= “/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16558667_G.png” width= “180 “/ > Screen shots from a video published to Facebook by Edrico Wallace show the altercation inside a Cheddar’s dining establishment in Macon, Ga.< img alt =" Judy James Tucker is accuseded of battery.( Bibb County Constable's Office )" title=" Judy James Tucker is

accuseded of battery. (Bibb County Constable’s Workplace )” border=” 0″ src =” /wp-content/uploads/2018/04/16558718_G.png” width= “180”/ > Judy James Tucker is accuseded of battery.( Bibb County Constable’s Workplace). MACON, Ga.( AP)– A 71-year-old white female has been accuseded of battery after she and her son argued with two black female service members over a parking spot outside a dining establishment. A Bibb County Constable’s report says Judy James Tucker told deputies it all began due to the fact that she’s white and it was a race problem. The report says 34-year-old Stephanie Mitchell told deputies that Tucker’s adult boy, Robbie, utilized profane, sexist language as he informed her and 27-year-old Treasure Sharpe to “find out ways to park” on Saturday. Then, report states, the Tuckers followed the uniformed ladies within, where Robbie Tucker called them “black lesbian b ——.”

Others inside the Cheddar’s Scratch Cooking area restaurant started recording. Video showsJudy Tucker striking Sharpe in the face while aiming to stop her from tape-recording as well. At one point, Sharpe says “I’m pregnant,” and Robbie Tucker states “Oh really, by her?”

The report says deputies examined cellphone video and determined that Judy Tucker was the main aggressor, and there’s no evidence suggesting the other females did anything wrong. Prison records reveal the Macon female was detained and launched on $650 bond. The deputies composed that they were still investigating and more charges could be pending.

The NBC affiliate WMAZ states Cheddar’s issued a statement condemning the behavior of “the individuals who challenged the 2 female service members,” saying it “contradict our worths and those individuals are no longer welcome in our dining establishment.’

Click on this link to see footage of the run-in.( Caution: The video includes graphic language)

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