Two People Indicted In Death Of Las Vegas Cabdriver
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Clark County grand jury has indicted two people in the death of a Las Vegas cabdriver.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports 52-year-old Christopher Ross and 56-year-old Georgene “Cookie” Ross were each indicted Friday on charges of murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
Las Vegas police say the death of 54-year-old Keith Goldberg stemmed from a contentious love triangle involving his former girlfriend, Georgene Ross, and her estranged husband, Christopher Ross.
Frustrations in the three-way relationship led to an argument at the former apartment of Goldberg and Georgene Ross on Jan. 31. Police say Goldberg was killed in a struggle and his body dumped somewhere around Las Vegas.
The two defendants remain in jail in lieu of $145,000 bail.
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