Las Vegas law clerk and law school graduate, Jayme Martinez, uses her degree in criminal justice in help people and advance her career.
Lieutenant Fred W. Meyer of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Detention Services Division, uses his degrees daily in criminal justice while pursuing his doctorate.
Authorities in Las Vegas say a 21-year-old man and his 22-year-old girlfriend are facing multiple criminal charges in an attack on a school crossing guard who witnesses say waved them to a stop as they sped through a school zone.
The New Mexico State Police says some of its officers fired shots at a woman during a criminal investigation in northeast Albuquerque.
A man and woman who killed two Las Vegas police officers in a pizza shop and a shopper in a Wal-Mart before they died in a store shootout earlier this month were heavily armed and carried ammunition including armor-piercing bullets, Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie said Monday.
The suspect in a deadly Reno bank robbery has a lengthy criminal record with 62 arrests dating back to 1967 and five felony convictions, federal prosecutors said.
For six years Troy James Knapp eluded authorities, who say he moved from cabin to cabin across the Utah mountains, taking food and weapons and leaving notes to brag about it.
Nevada has run out of one of the three drugs needed to execute a criminal.
It would seem to make sense — if you’re a person on the lam, you shouldn’t tell the world through your Facebook page where you have relocated.