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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.

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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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Police: Two-vehicle crash leaves a minimum of one dead in northeast Las Vegas

At least one person was killed in a two-vehicle crash in northeast Las Vegas June 11, 2018 (Courtesy: Roy Hollingshead).
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2018( Courtesy: Roy Hollingshead). LAS VEGAS (FOX5)- Las Vegas Metro police are examining a deadly crash that left at least someone dead Monday morning in northeast Las Vegas. Officers reacted to the scene of the two-vehicle crash at 7:50 a.m. at the crossway of Lake Mead Boulevard and Mt. Hood Street.

Inning accordance with City public details officer Larry Hadfield, the crash may be alcohol-related.

The intersection is closed as officers continue to investigate. Drivers must avoid the area and use detours.

Stay with FOX5 for updates.

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Senior woman caught in burning vehicle has died from injuries

Wednesday, June 6, 2018|8:07 p.m.

. A senior driver, who on Saturday evening was pulled from her vehicle by Metro Policeman after a fire then a crash, has actually died, authorities stated Wednesday.

Marcia Davis, 78, was heading west on Charleston Boulevard, near Redwood Street, about 5:20 p.m., when a compartment on the back seat caught fire, cops stated.

When Davis attempted turning onto a private roadway, she crashed her 2015 Buick Verano into a light pole, which trapped her in the locked vehicle, cops said. That’s when neighboring City officers broke the chauffeur’s side window, unlocked and removed her.

She passed away Wednesday at University Medical Center, where she ‘d been rushed with serious burns, police stated.

5 killed, 1 hospitalized in 3-vehicle crash northwest of Las Vegas Valley

NYE COUNTY, NV (FOX5) –

A crash about 90 minutes northwest of the Las Vegas Valley left 5 individuals dead, authorities stated.

The Nye County Constable’s Office posted on Facebook stating they were assisting Nevada Highway Patrol in the Sunday afternoon crash. The workplace validated five people were killed and one other was injured.

“God has a bubble around her,” Crystal Taylor stated of her sis Wendy Caskey. “He isn’t completed with her yet.”

Caskey was the lone survivor of the crash.

The crash examination remained in the preliminary phase Sunday night, Trooper Travis Smaka with Nevada Highway Patrol stated, however he stated the crash included three cars.

A Nissan was traveling northbound behind a GMC truck, Smaka said, when it tried to pass the truck. That portion of road, one lane in each direction, was OKAY to pass.

The Nissan clashed head on with another Nissan taking a trip southbound and the automobile attempting to pass was swallowed up in flames. The southbound Nissan was redirected into the truck, causing it to roll over off the highway and ejecting the male driver, eliminating him, Smaka said.

“It was simply phenomenal that my sibling had hardly any quantity of damage to her that she did. One from 5,” Taylor said.

Two individuals in the Nissan taking a trip south were deceased on scene, as well as two people in the other Nissan. The only survivor of the 6 people included was a female passenger of the truck, who was taken to University Medical Center in severe condition.

Smaka stated a description of the 2 in the Nissan that caught fire would not be readily available due to the fire damage.

“I feel bad for the other families too, my mother remains in surgery but she is going to be O.K.” Jen Wadsworth stated.

The U.S. 95 was closed down in both directions at mile marker 27, near Amargosa Valley, while authorities investigate. Prevent the route.

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5 dead, 1 hospitalized in 3-vehicle crash northwest of Las Vegas Valley

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said. The Nye County Sheriff’s Office < a href=" https://www.facebook.com/nyecountysheriff/photos/a.512919192184594.1073741827.512916855518161/1104317953044712/?type=3&permPage=1 “> posted on Facebook stating they were helping Nevada Highway Patrol in the Sunday afternoon crash. The office validated five people were killed and one other was hurt.

The crash examination remained in the initial phase Sunday night, Trooper Travis Smaka with Nevada Highway Patrol stated, however he said the crash involved three lorries.

A Nissan was traveling northbound behind a GMC truck, Smaka said, when it attempted to pass the truck. That portion of road, one lane in each instructions, was OKAY to pass.

The Nissan clashed head on with another Nissan taking a trip southbound and the vehicle attempting to pass was engulfed in flames. The southbound Nissan was redirected into the truck, triggering it to roll over off the highway and ejecting the male driver, killing him, Smaka stated.

Two people in the Nissan taking a trip south were deceased on scene, as well as two people in the other Nissan. The only survivor of the 6 individuals included was a female guest of the truck, who was taken to University Medical Center in severe condition.

Smaka stated a description of the two in the Nissan that caught fire wouldn’t be offered due to the fire damage.

The U.S. 95 was closed down in both directions at mile marker 27, near Amargosa Valley, while authorities investigate. Prevent the route.

Stay with FOX5 for updates.

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Individual ejected from vehicle in multi-vehicle crash in east Las Vegas

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The crash was reported around 7 a.m. at the intersection of Charleston and Lamb Boulevards, according to Lt. Grant Rogers. The individual that was ejected from a car was transferred to Daybreak Health center in crucial condition.

At this time, officials might not verify how many automobiles were included or if any other injuries were reported.

Northbound lanes on Lamb Boulevard are closed to traffic as City officers continue to examine the scene.

Stay with FOX5 for updates.

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North Las Vegas female eliminated in 6-vehicle DUI crash recognized

A six-vehicle crash claimed the life of one person and injured three others April 12, 2018 (Photo: Raymond Reyna/Report It).
 A six-vehicle crash declared the life of a single person and injured 3 others April 12, 2018 (Picture: Raymond Reyna/Report It).

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Raymond Reyna/Report It). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) -A lady who was eliminated in a crash including six automobiles Thursday early morning, was determined Friday. The Clark County coroner’s office said 32-year-old Donneka Harris, of North Las Vegas, died in the crash that also left three others injured.

Member of the family told FOX5 Harris was a mom of 2 and operated at a valley hospice center. They said the 32-year-old was the kindest lady they had ever satisfied and made a lasting effect on everybody.

The fatal crash took place in the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Warm Springs Roadway simply after 10 a.m. Thursday.

[RELATED: Police: 6-vehicle DUI crash kills 1, hurts 3 south of Las Vegas strip]

A female driving a black Mercedes under the impact, ran a red light and crashed into a Chevy Malibu, triggering the multi-vehicle pile-up, according to police.

” This woman (Harris) was just driving and minding her own company, driving southbound driving on a green light and lost her life. Motorists just need to realize it can take place in the blink of an eye and it does not matter if you do everything right, it can still occur,” Nevada Highway Patrol trooper Jason Buratczuk stated.

The lady, determined as 38-year-old Sarah Lee, has been booked into custody by Las Vegas Metro Police where she is dealing with charges of DUI above the legal limit and failing to stop at the scene of an accident, inning accordance with police records.

Friends and family of Harris, who was likewise known as Diamond Wiggins, set up a GoFundMe account to raise funds for her final expenses.

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Police: 6-vehicle DUI crash kills 1, injures 3 south of Las Vegas Strip

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

A DUI crash including six lorries left someone dead and three others hurt Thursday morning, authorities stated.

Las Vegas Metro cops reacted to reports of a multi-vehicle crash the crossway of Las Vegas Boulevard and Warm Springs Road at 10:05 a.m. One person was pronounced deceased and 3 others suffered non-life-threatening injuries, authorities said. The hurt victims were transferred to UMC Injury for treatment.

The six vehicles involved consist of a black Mercedes, silver Lexus, red Ford, Chevy Malibu, gray Cadillac SUV and a blue Hyundai.

Victor Johnson stated he was working at a corner store at the corner of the crossway. He said when he saw the crash, he went out to help.

“I think it’s a tragedy,” Johnson said. “I hate to hear anything like that. However it teaches you life is a true blessing so make every day count for sure.”

He said he likewise saw the suspect try to flee.

“I believed she was a pedestrian, crossing the street when she was running away the scene,” he stated. “I believed she was trying to run away from the accident since she was scared. Had I known it was the individual driving the automobile, I most likely would’ve attempted to stop her myself.”

Nevada Highway Patrol, the agency handling the traffic investigation, said a believed impaired female was driving the Mercedes westbound on Warm Springs Roadway when she clipped the rear-view mirror of the Lexus. She attempted to flee the scene by driving into the South Premium Outlet Shopping mall parking area.

The female drove back onto westbound Warm Springs Road and ran a traffic signal at the Las Vegas Boulevard intersection. She crashed into the Chevy Malibu which was taking a trip southbound on Las Vegas Boulevard. The crash also affected the Ford, Cadillac and the Hyundai that was stopped at a red light in the eastbound Warm Springs lanes.

A cannon fodder verified the driver of the Malibu passed away at the scene.

The crossway was closed down in all directions pending the investigation of the crash.

NHP stated this was a lesson in protective driving.

“This is simply one of those things, when you come through intersections in Las Vegas, if you have a green light, it’s not a bad idea simply to pump those brakes and offer a look at those intersections,” NHP cannon fodder Jason Buratczuk said. “You never know what’s coming through. We all expect people to follow traffic laws, do the right thing. But often, you can have an impaired driver, someone not focusing.”

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Teen guest eliminated in taken vehicle identified after Henderson crash

HENDERSON, NV (FOX5) –

A teen passenger killed in a crash early Sunday morning was determined. The Clark County Coroner’s Workplace said 16-year-old Daniel Armondo Torres died from numerous blunt force injuries.

Nevada Highway Patrol cannon fodders said just after 3:30 Sunday early morning, a group of teens was driving a stolen Toyota RAV4. Troopers stated the chauffeur was speeding, ran a traffic signal near Pecos Road and I-215 and crashed into Jonathan’s Helmbold’s car. Torres was a traveler in the taken sport utility vehicle.

Family members stated Jonathan Helmbold, 47, was on his method home from work early Sunday early morning when his car was struck by a speeding chauffeur. Jonathan died at the scene.

“I’m actually still in a state of shock. I cannot think it,” Jonathan’s mommy, Nancy Helmbold said. “He was liked by everyone that understood him … a really kind-hearted male, much liked.”

Nancy stated she saw the crash on the news Sunday night.

“I keep in mind praying, as I always do. When I see these mishaps, I prayed to God my child wasn’t involved,” Nancy said.

On Monday early morning, she got up to a message from the Clark County Coroner’s Office.

“I was frightened. The minute you hear ‘coroner’s office’ and somebody saying they want to talk with Jonathan’s household, I understood exactly what was going on,” she included.

Nancy said the 47-year-old coached youth basketball and at some point wished to embrace a child. He operated at Harrah’s and invested years in the Valley’s video gaming industry. Jonathan was finishing up his master’s degree at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with hopes of mentor gaming.

“He enjoyed mentor, he was a very caring man, that I loved,” Nancy stated.

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And she stated, despite the fact that she was still in shock, she took comfort in knowing that her child understood that love.

“I informed him whenever I talked to him that I liked him. and he would return it. I understand in my heart that he understood it when he died.”

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Starlight Taps Mitchell for New Vehicle

Bay St. Veteran From Sprott Property and Sentry Selected CEO of New Investment Entity, Starlight Capital

Starlight Investments has actually tapped Bay Street veteran Dennis Mitchell to direct its freshly formed property securities investment platform, Starlight Capital.

Toronto-based Starlight, which manages $8 billion of multi-residential and commercial properties for joint venture partnerships with institutional investors, says it will focus on buying worldwide real estate securities on an active basis and target a series of publicly noted and private realty financial investment items and portfolio management services.

In a release, the business says it will be “associated with investment options which will integrate the property securities investment knowledge of the Starlight Capital platform with Starlight Investments’ existing North American property possession management platform focused on Canadian multifamily, United States multifamily and Canadian industrial residential or commercial properties.” Starlight prepares to pursue needed regulative registrations and expects to release its first fund for financial investment shortly.

In Mitchell, Starlight has tapped somebody who has managed financial investment capital of more than $3 billion.

The freshly called chief executive and chief investment officer of the recently introduced lorry has more than 15 years in the financial investment market, coming over from Sprott Asset Management, where he was senior vice president and senior portfolio manager of several brand-new and existing funds. Prior to that, he functioned as executive vice president and chief investment officer of Sentry Investments where he supervised the firm’s financial investment management group and mutual fund totaling more than $18 billion.

Mitchell received the Brendan Wood International Canadian TopGun Award in 2009, 2010 and 2011, and the Brendan Wood International 2012 Canadian TopGun Group Leader Award.

” I am thrilled to be joining one of the premier North American real estate asset management companies, and I eagerly anticipate developing an extremely regarded real estate securities financial investment platform to compliment Starlight Investments’ current realty property management method,” stated Mitchell, in a declaration.

Starlight also said it has designated Graeme Llewellyn chief financial officer and chief operating officer. Llewellyn most recently served as vice president and chief operating officer of Sentry Investments.

Garry Marr, Toronto Market Reporter CoStar Group.