A man was killed Wednesday morning after an altercation in downtown Las Vegas.
Police have released 911 calls that detailed the morning two teenagers are accused of speeding through northwest Las Vegas, mowing down a retired police chief on a bicycle before fleeing the scene.
Rosemary Meza, 37, has been charged with two counts of murder in connection with the deaths of her girlfriend and her girlfriend’s mother.
The Clark County coroner’s office identified the man stabbed to death on a Regional Transportation Commission bus.
A teenager accused of mowing down a retired police chief in a fatal hit-and-run last month told police he thought he would receive a “slap on the wrist,” according to an arrest report.
Two teenagers accused of mowing down a retired police chief while he was riding his bike last month appeared in Las Vegas Justice Court for the first time on Thursday.
Rosemary Meza, 37, was arrested this week after two women were found dead.
An investigation by North Las Vegas homicide detectives is ongoing.
Two teenagers suspected of killing a retired police chief who was mowed down while riding his bike along a northwest valley road will face trial as adults, judges ruled Wednesday morng.
A shooting Wednesday morning in the central Las Vegas Valley left an apparent intruder dead, police said.
A second juvenile was arrested Tuesday in the intentional hit-and-run death of a retired police chief, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
Cameron Raye, 19, and Jomario Clark Jr., 16, have been charged with open murder in connection with the Sept. 1 shooting.
One victim was killed outside an apartment near Rancho High School. The other one was shot near Interstate 15 and Owens Avenue.
Antonio Lucas was shot outside a Circle K at St. Louis Avenue and East Fremont Street. Police arrested Emanuel Hodges, 42, in the killing.