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Authorities in Kingman, Ariz., state that considering that January they have actually reacted to about 120 brush and dumpster fires that are “suspicious in origin.”
On July 2, an arson fire in the Arizona city about 100 miles south of Las Vegas destroyed 4 houses and numerous automobiles, cops in Kingman said today. Authorities are providing a benefit of up to $13,000 for details causing an arrest, police said.
Given that 2013, authorities have reacted to hundreds of arson calls, police said.
Anyone with details can provided it anonymously by calling 928-753-1234. To report online, see kingmanpolice.com and click on the “Provide an Idea” link.
Police cruisers and crime scene tape block a sidewalk in western Las Vegas on Sept. 30, 2015, after a male’s body was found. (Jason Valle/FOX5).
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Cops said they believe a guy whose body was found on a pathway in western Las Vegas on Wednesday early morning died from natural causes.
The body was discovered at 9:24 a.m. at the crossway of Red Stone Drive and Washington Avenue. That is near the crossway of Washington and Buffalo Drive.
A policeman at the scene informed FOX5 the body is that of a guy, who they believe was running on the sidewalk when he passed away.
The man’s identity and cause of death will later on be launched by the Clark County Coroner’s Workplace.
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Arson detectives in Dolan Springs are attempting to identify what stimulated a pair of “suspicious” fires that destroyed one church and “caused heavy damage” to another Saturday night, according to the Kingman Daily Miner.
The Mohave County, Ariz., locations, Dolan Springs Baptist Church and the Mt. Tipton Neighborhood Church, lie across the street from each other, about 80 miles southeast of Las Vegas.
Fire teams were called to the simultaneous fires about 7 p.m. to Pierce Ferryboat Roadway, the Daily Miner reported Sunday. No one was inside either church at the time of the blaze and no one was injured, however both churches suffered extensive damage.
Officials informed the Daily Miner that the fires were “suspicious in nature.”
On its Facebook page, the Mt. Tipton church wrote: “We are still a Church household we are The Church and we are Overcomers in Christ !!!! There is still going to be a Mt. Tipton Community Church; we will rebuild! God Bless.”.
The Mohave County’s Constable’s Office might not be reached by the Review-Journal for comment Sunday afternoon.
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Cops and emergency officials are seen huddled together behind the Cromwell hotel-casino after a suspicious item was discovered Sept. 9, 2015. (Source: Aaron Smith).
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Roadways that were closed near a greatly traveled intersection on the Las Vegas Strip were reopened Wednesday night after authorities said they had actually finished their examination of a suspicious item that was discovered.
According to Las Vegas Metro police, the product was found at the Cromwell hotel-casino, located near the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road.
The department’s ARMOR system is visited the scene, authorities said. The device rendered the item safe by 11:15 p.m.
Police said that roads that were closed in the location because of the investigation had actually reopened.
There was no immediate word on exactly what detectives identified the item was.
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Las Vegas Metro and Clark County Fire cars at the scene of a suspicious bundle at 1 Hughes Center Dr. in Las Vegas on Monday, June 29. (Roger Bryner/FOX5).
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Las Vegas Metro police reported the discovery of a suspicious bundle promoted the evacuation of Las Vegas business towers.
The package was discovered in a dumpster at the Howard Hughes Company Center, situated at 1 Hughes Center Dr., about 6 p.m. Monday, authorities reported.
A Las Vegas City ARMOR system was investigating the bundle.
About 8:30 p.m., it was found that the product, a health club bag, postured no threat, and those evacuated were permitted back into the towers.
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