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2 home intrusion believes looked for in west-valley attack

City Cops are looking for a set of armed and masked suspects they state beat a victim inside a west valley house during a Tuesday night burglary.

The theft and attack was reported about 8:10 p.m. on Orkiney Drive, near Alta and Town Center drives, police said.

The gun-toting suspects, who went into the home through an unlocked back door, accessed a bedroom where the victim was lying, and among them held the victim down and slapped her, while the other ransacked the bed room, police stated.

The suspects, who spoke Spanish during the criminal offense, were referred to as Hispanic, medium-build guys who stand about 5 feet, 8 inches, police stated. They used dark clothing.

Anyone with additional info is asked to call police at 702-828-8577. To remain anonymous, contact Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or crimestoppersofnv.com.

2 discovered dead at west valley house; suspect looked for

Monday, Nov. 6, 2017|5:54 p.m.

Homicide investigators are examining after 2 bodies were discovered at a home near Flamingo Roadway and Tenaya Method on Monday afternoon, according to City Authorities.

As of early Monday evening, investigators were attempting to figure out how the guys passed away, Capt. Robert Plummer said in a briefing broadcast online.

Officers were dispatched quickly prior to 2 p.m. to the 7200 block of Newcrest Circle concerning a guy’s body on a home’s lawn, Plummer stated. Another male’s body was later found inside.

Cops had need to believe that a suspect remained in the location at some point after officers reacted, however a search yielded no results, Plummer stated.

The victims were only referred to as remaining in their 40s and 50s, Plummer stated. They apparently lived in your home.

Additional details were not right away readily available.

Las Vegas shooter had looked for long-term lease at Ogden


Steve Marcus An exterior view of the Ogden in downtown Las Vegas Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014.

Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017|8:30 p.m.

. The Route 91 Harvest Festival shooter began the process of acquiring a long-term rental unit at a downtown high-rise condominium building weeks prior to the Life is Lovely celebration, according to a letter sent to The Ogden residents by its house owners association.

In the letter sent Thursday, it is exposed that an outside property representative showed Stephen Paddock an independently owned unit inside the 21-story property building in September and he later finished a rental application. The real estate agent provided Paddock with an one-year lease arrangement however the shooter never reacted to receiving it. They do unknown why.

It previously has been reported that Paddock leased and stayed in multiple units over several days prior to and during Life is Beautiful, which ran Sept. 22-24 and drew a presence of 137,000 individuals over the 3 days. Sheriff Joe Lombardo stated those units were acquired through Airbnb, a popular web platform that enables people to rent their spaces or entire residences.

The city of Las Vegas plans to crack down on such short-term rentals at the downtown high-rise after reports surfaced of Paddock’s stay.

Stephen Paddock murdered 58 individuals and injured 489 more Sunday evening when he opened fire on a country music festival throughout the street from a 32nd-floor suite at Mandalay Bay.

Las Vegas requires short-term rental operators to acquire an organisation license and special-use license. However, those requirements largely are disregarded or unknown to homeowners.

The city plans to notify condominium owners at The Ogden they are in offense of a city ordinance and provide an opportunity to obtain into compliance. Las Vegas regulation defines at least 660 feet of separation in between short-term rental homes, a requirement with which residents in buildings like the Ogden have actually differed.

Inning accordance with Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian, the city checked out short-term leasings at The Ogden after news emerged of Paddock’s stay. They found a minimum of 20 listings, all unlicensed.

“Maybe more,” Tarkanian said.

Tarkanian has been the most singing among council members about the city requiring stricter regulations and more powerful enforcement of short-term rentals. The majority of the conversation on the subject has actually concentrated on so-called “party homes” that draw in large groups of individuals who interrupt property areas with loud music, drinking, drugs and litter.

However because of speculation that Paddock may have used a short-term rental to scope out a possible massacre in downtown Las Vegas, Tarkanian stated the need for transparency between cities and platforms like Airbnb is that much more pushing.

“Now would it have made a difference? I do not know,” Tarkanian said. “He was so wise in exactly what he was doing.”

Still, Tarkanian thinks it illustrates the point that individuals who live in property structures and areas have a right to understand who is staying beside them.

“They should feel excellent about where they live,” she included.

One Airbnb listing at The Ogden explained itself as “actions away from Fremont Street and yummy container park” and noted that “the terrace opens to ignore some truly cool spots in Vegas.” It was renting for $118 per night on Thursday.

The Ogden stated it presently evaluating its policies on short-term leasings and has engaged legal counsel to help in this effort. The letter notes that it is not the responsibility of the homeowners association to ensure compliance with the city’s short-term rental ordinance.

According to private investigators, Paddock also scheduled a room overlooking Lollapalooza Celebration in Chicago in August and might also have actually searched Fenway Park in Boston.

Couple on bike looked for in handbag taking; victim hospitalized

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CITY COPS This male is desired in a Las Vegas purse nabbing that left the victim injured. A man and a woman on a bike who nabbed a lady’s handbag Monday evening at Sundown Station, triggering her to fall and suffer head trauma, are being sought by authorities, inning accordance with Henderson cops.

The event was reported about 5:40 p.m. at the parking lot of the hotel and gambling establishment, 1301 W. Sunset Road, authorities said. The 59-year-old victim was required to Spring Valley Medical facility.

Details on the level of her injuries has not been launched.

The victim was strolling from her cars and truck through the lot when the set on bike rode next to her and pulled her bag from her shoulder, cops said.

The suspects were explained by authorities as a Hispanic guy who used a polo-style t-shirt, black shorts and white knee-high socks, and a Hispanic lady who used a gray Manchester United hooded sweatshirt, dark pants and flip flops. They rode a black “sport-style” motorbike, authorities stated.

Anybody with info on their identities or their location is asked to call cops at 702-267-4911 or 311. To remain confidential, contact Criminal offense Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or crimestoppersofnv.com.

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4 looked for in string of central-valley vehicle break-ins


CITY COPS Suspects connected to a series of car burglaries in the main valley are revealed.

4 suspects linked to a series of vehicle break-ins in the main valley, including one in which a victim was threatened with a weapon, are being sought by detectives, according to Metro Authorities.

The suspects, referred to as Hispanic males ages 16 to 20, were captured on security images in a four-door silver Honda Accord, authorities said.

Officers were dispatched on Might 27 to an area near Valley View Boulevard and Sirius Avenue, police stated.

Inning accordance with an examination, the chauffeur parked in a vacant garage, two suspects left and 2 stayed behind, authorities stated.

The suspects were seen peering into vehicles when a male faced them, one of them pulled a gun and threatened him, police stated.

It wasn’t instantly clear how many vehicles they broke into that day or if they’re suspected in other incidents.

Anybody with any info about this case can contact Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or crimestoppersofnv.com.

Lady looked for as individual of interest in Vegas senior guy'' s eliminating

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is being sought for an 80-year-old guy’s death.( Source: LVMPD). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -. Las Vegas Metro cops launched images Thursday of a lady who they believe was last seen with an 80-year-old male before his body was found Monday. The male was last seen alive in the morning hours of Saturday, May 6

, with the woman, who police think about an individual of interest. Cops located the man’s body inside his condominium in the 7100 block of West Pirates Cove Road, simply off Antelope Way, on Monday. The discovery was made after the guy’s family requested a well-being check. The individual likewise had actually not shown approximately deal with Sunday or Monday.

Cops believe the guy’s slaying occurred at his house.

The Clark County Coroner’s Office identified the male as Willie Normand Jr., of Las Vegas. His cause and way of death remained pending, as of Thursday.

Cops prompted anybody with understanding of the female’s whereabouts to contact Metro’s Homicide Section at 702-828-3591 or email homicide@lvmpd.com. Tips can also be sent out to Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

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2 suspects looked for in downtown pounding that eliminated guy

Metro Authorities detectives are aiming to recognize two men they state remained in a fight that eliminated a guy who had actually been waiting to go into a downtown Las Vegas nightclub early Sunday.

The victim, who had actually suffered a head injury when he was punched, passed away today, and homicide detectives have actually taken over the investigation, cops said.

Officers and medical teams were summoned about 1:30 a.m. to 518 Fremont St., dispatch logs reveal.

There they found a male with a lethal injury to his head and they hurried him to University Medical Center, police said.

A preliminary investigation determined that the victim was in line waiting to enter into the club when two men approached him and an argument occurred, authorities stated. The run-in intensified and one of the men punched the suspect before the set ran away the location.

The males were recorded on monitoring images. They are referred to as being Hispanic and in their 20s, police said. One of them wore a white cap, a dark shirt and white pants. The other wore a dark shirt and tan trousers.

They were seen running east of Fremont and turning onto Sixth Street, authorities stated.

Anybody with info is asked to call City at 702-828-3521 or by means of email at [ e-mail safeguarded] To remain anonymous, contact Criminal offense Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or online at crimestoppersofnv.com.

Man, lady looked for in west Las Vegas robbery

Police released images of a man and a woman in connection to an armed robbery in the area of Pennwood Avenue and Decatur Boulevard on Sept. 12, 2015. (Source: LVMPD)Cops released images of a guy and a female in connection to an armed robbery in the area of Pennwood Avenue and Decatur Boulevard on Sept. 12, 2015. (Source: LVMPD).
The robbers went through the person's pockets before fleeing, police said. (Source: LVMPD)The burglars went through the person’s pockets prior to fleeing, authorities said. (Source: LVMPD).


One of 2 people being sought for a robbery in west Las Vegas simulated a firearm while holding up a victim, according to cops.

Las Vegas Metro police launched pictures of a male and a female thought to have actually committed the setback in the area of Pennwood Avenue and Decatur Boulevard on Sept. 12 about 3 a.m.

. The burglars went through the victim’s pockets before fleeing the area.

Police described the male suspect as black, about 20 to 25 years old, 6′ in height and 180 pounds. He was last seen using a red Atlanta Falcons cap and a black sweatshirt with the words, “death before dishonor,” on the front.

The female suspect was referred to as black and about 19 to 22 years of ages. She was last seen using a purple shirt and white shorts.

Authorities urged anyone with details on the case to get in touch with City’s Bolden Area Command Patrol Investigations Section at 702-828-3347 or Criminal activity Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

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2 looked for in robbery, beating at downtown Vegas ATM

Surveillance images show two persons of interest being sought in a robbery at an ATM near Walnut Street and Eastern Avenue on Sept. 30, 2015. (Source: LVMPD)Surveillance images reveal 2 individuals of interest being looked for in a robbery at an ATM near Walnut Street and Eastern Avenue on Sept. 30, 2015. (Source: LVMPD).

Images of 2 persons of interest were released Tuesday in connection to a heist at a downtown Las Vegas ATM.

According to Las Vegas Metro authorities, an individual was held at gunpoint while at an ATM near Eastern Opportunity and Walnut Street about 7:30 a.m. on Sept. 30.

The victim was approached by two people, held at gunpoint and required to remove money from the teller device, police said. When the robbers took the victim’s money, they beat the victim and chance at the person.

The robbers fled to a close-by area.

Security cams recorded two individuals of interest being looked for in the occurrence. They are both described as Hispanic men with brief dark hair, about 19 to 23 years old.

Among the individuals of interest was last seen putting on a light blue, short-sleeved t-shirt. The other person of interest was last seen using a black T-shirt.

Cops urged anyone who recognizes the pair to get in touch with Metro’s Downtown Area Command at 702-828-4113 or Criminal offense Stoppers at 702-385-5555. Anonymous pointers can also be sent to Criminal offense Stoppers at crimestoppersofnv.com or by texting CRIMENV and the suggestion to 274637.

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2 men looked for in tried robbery of west valley pawn store

Monday, Aug. 17, 2015|5:10 p.m.

Authorities are looking for two males they state tried a heist at a pawn shop this afternoon in the west valley.

Metro Cops were called about 1:30 p.m. to the 2200 block of Rainbow Boulevard, near Sahara Opportunity, where 2 suspects reportedly tried to rob the shop, Officer Larry Hadfield stated.

One suspect was bring a firearm, and the guys ran away before police showed up, Hadfield stated.

The occurrence continues to be under examination.