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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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Judge leaves Nevada execution on hold, sets another hearing

Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017|1:49 p.m.

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A judge left a condemned Nevada prison inmate’s execution on hold over issues about using a never-before-tried three-drug mix for Nevada’s very first execution in more than 11 years.

With the Nevada Supreme Court anticipated to evaluate the case and choose in coming months if Scott Dozier’s execution ought to continue, Clark County District Court Judge Jennifer Togliatti stated Tuesday she desires composed filings on other issues.

The judge set a Jan. 17 hearing date on key questions including whether federal public defenders should continue representing Dozier.

Dozier wants his execution performed, and has actually dropped all previous appeals.

But he permitted federal public protectors to challenge the untried three-drug protocol.

Dozier has been on death row at Ely State Prison since 2007 for convictions in murders in Phoenix and Las Vegas.

Shooting leaves 1 dead, 1 vital near Desert Inn, Maryland Parkway

Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017|12:20 a.m.

. An individual was fatally shot and another critically injured in a late Tuesday shooting near Maryland Parkway and Desert Inn Road, inning accordance with City Cops.

Officers and medics responded about 10 p.m. to 1135 E. Desert Inn, Lt. David Gordon said. The fatally injured individual died at the scene, and the other individual was rushed to a medical facility in critical condition.

Detectives continued to examine the circumstances of the shooting and patrol and K-9 officers were browsing the area for a possible suspect or believes early Wednesday, Gordon stated.

Additional details were not instantly readily available.

Road rage shooting leaves man dead in northwest valley

Police: Mom leaves 3 kids house alone, strikes club


A 23-year-old mom of three is in difficulty after leaving her children house alone around midnight Friday to go celebration at a club, Cincinnati cops stated.

Shaira Brookins has a 3-year-old, 4-year-old, and 6-month-old.

“I came out and I saw the little kids over here and an infant over there,” said next-door neighbor Mark Fritz, who was leaving for work Saturday around 7 a.m.

Still drowsy, he looked throughout the method.

“I was like, ‘Is that an infant?’ So, I ran over there, grabbed the baby, selected the baby up, the diaper fell off because it was damp and soaked,” Fritz said.

The infant was riding in a pull toy, Fritz stated, and it looked like the infant will roll down the front actions.

“I’m just grateful the baby had not fallen and busted his head,” he stated.

Fritz knocked on the front door, but no one responded to. It ends up, the door was unlocked, so he went within, fearing the worst.

“Somebody could have been dead in your house or whatever,” said Fritz. “I didn’t know, so I went in, and the house looked deserted.”

A neighbor called 911 while he stayed with the kids. Fritz inquired where their parents were.

“They resemble, ‘We don’t know. Mommy down there,’ whatever,” Fritz stated.

However it wasn’t like Brookins strolled a 1/2 block away for a drink.

The Lion’s Den, which is a private club, is an easy 20 minute drive– 15 miles away– from her home in Roselawn.

People who go to that club, but did not wish to talk on electronic camera, informed FOX19 Now the Lion’s Den closes at 5 a.m. According to the arrest report, Brookins did not get home until 8:30 that early morning, three hours later.

“Then the sister came and got the kids, thank God,” said Fritz.

Brookins is in jail on a $30,000 bond. She’s due back in court Wednesday.

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Baby dies after mom ‘running late for work’ leaves child in automobile for 9 hours: Officials

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title=” (Source: Wikimedia Commons) “border=” 0 “width=” 180″/ > (Source: Wikimedia Commons). MASON, Ohio (AP)– A search warrant affidavit says the Ohio lady who left her 15-month-old daughter in a cars and truck for nine hours at an office complex car park outside Cincinnati was running late and forgot to drop off the infant at day care.

The warrant was to search the car of Karen Osorio-Martinez, a senior research researcher at Procter & & Gamble in Mason.

She desperately called 911 Wednesday afternoon when she found her child, Sofia, strapped in a rear-facing car seat after gaining from her spouse the child wasn’t at day care when he tried to select her up.

Preliminary autopsy findings reveal the child’s death was heat-related.

A prosecutor has stated it would be premature to talk about criminal charges versus Osorio-Martinez until after a cops examination has been completed.

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Cops: Young child dies after parents put mattress on top of crib to stop leaves

LEBANON, Pa. (AP)– A Pennsylvania couple was jailed Wednesday on charges they strapped a mattress to the top of their 2-year-old son’s crib to avoid him from crawling out, triggering his suffocation death 4 months ago.

Justin J. Dwyer, 29, and Courtney Stash, 28, were arraigned on charges that consist of involuntary manslaughter and worsened assault for the April 25 death of their kid Eoin.

Authorities declare the two utilized bungee cords and heavy bags of ice melt in an effort to keep Eoin from leaving his baby crib, however neither Dwyer nor Stash pointed out the ice melt or straps during preliminary interviews.

It was a couple of days after Eoin’s death that Stash’s 8-year-old child informed detectives of the supposed practice, authorities said.

The couple’s legal representatives did not return messages looking for remark.

A district judge in Lebanon set bail Wednesday at $250,000 each.

Authorities said the Eoin was dead by the time emergency teams arrived at family house in Myerstown, summoned after Stash had discovered Eoin unresponsive and not breathing in his crib, located in the master bedroom. Myerstown is a farming location about 83 miles (133 kilometers) northwest of Philadelphia.

Stash told investigators she discovered her child that morning “standing/leaning and plunged over a top railing,” and took him to the living-room where she performed CPR, according to the arrest affidavit.

Three days later on, Stash’s 8-year-old informed a detective that for about 3 weeks Stash and Dwyer had been placing a blue bed mattress over the top of the baby crib to keep Eoin from crawling out, police stated. The 8-year-old likewise said that more recently they had begun to position what he called “ice bags” on top of that mattress, together with a red cord with hooks on completions.

The 8-year-old stated Eoin “was eventually able to push the bed mattress with the ‘ice bags’ up, so they began utilizing the rope/bungee cable to secure the bed mattress to the baby crib,” composed Lebanon County Detective Todd Hirsch.

During a search of the home, private investigators said, they recovered the blue bed mattress, two 50-pound bags of ice melt driveway salt and a red bungee cable from the bedroom. Authorities stated wear patterns on the crib were consistent with making use of the bungee cord.

In a follow-up interview in Might, the 8-year-old told authorities that on the morning Eoin died, and before emergency help got here, Dwyer and Stash talked about how the bed mattress had actually trapped Eoin by the neck.

The forensic pathologist who carried out the autopsy said the cause of death was asphyxia due to “entrapment between baby crib and overlying twin bed mattress secured by bungee cording.”

Eoin was among triplets born upon Christmas 2014. His 2 sis are living with Dwyer’s dad, while the 8-year-old and another sibling are living with their biological daddy, stated Lebanon County District Lawyer Dave Arnold.

Arnold stated Stash has worked as a nursing assistant, and Dwyer as a farm hand.

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Tea Stores Not in the Leaves for Starbucks Future

Despite a strong sales quarter for its tea products, Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) announced that it plans to close all 379 of its mall-based Teavana retail stores over the coming year, with the majority closing by spring 2018.

The roughly 3,300 workers affected by the closures will receive opportunities to get positions at Starbucks shops. The company said it stays on track to create 240,000 brand-new tasks internationally and 68,000 in the U.S. over the next 5 years.

Last year, the company published net openings of more than 1,000 stores. U.S. comp store sales increased 5%, driven by a 5% increase in average ticket.

Kevin R. Johnson, CEO of Starbucks, said the company decided to close the Teavana mall-based stores after they consistently underperformed in sales.

“We carried out a tactical evaluation of the Teavana mall-based shop business and concluded that despite our efforts to reverse the pattern through creative retailing and new shop styles, the underperformance was likely to continue,” he stated.

Starbucks plans to continue to sell tea in its regular shops.

“Tea is a large fast-growing classification and a crucial addressable market and core focus for us,” Johnson included. “We expect to offer over $1.6 billion of Teavana-branded, handmade beverages through Starbucks stores worldwide this year.”