AG Laxalt Warns Against Utility Impostor ScamsIn these scams, a caller claims to be from the utility company and threatens to shut off a property's supply of power, water or gas because the customer's account is past due.
Nevada AG Laxalt Announces Consumer Protection WeekDuring this annual event, government agencies and other national organizations share tips and information that help consumers understand their rights, protect their personal information and avoid fraud and other scams.
Three More Guilty Pleas In Staged Accident Insurance Fraud RingIn September of 2017, these defendants, along with 19 others, were indicted by a Clark County Grand Jury on 68 felony counts. The indictment represents the largest multi-defendant indictment in Nevada Attorney General history.
Laxalt Weighs In On Presidential Bump Stocks DirectiveLaxalt commended the president for directing the Department of Justice to expeditiously review how the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives regulates bump stocks and similar devices.
Insurance Fraud Ring Nets 68 Felony Counts, Involving 24 DefendantsThe Attorney General said the defendants engaged in a conspiracy to stage no less than 19 car crashes and four thefts with the intent of fraudulently obtaining insurance benefits.
Laxalt Investigates Sham Websites Exploiting Shooting VictimsSince receiving complaints from local consumers, Laxalt's office successfully shut down a sham Facebook page last week with the help of employees at the social media company.
Nevada Seeks To Intervene In Yucca Mountain CaseNevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt has asked a federal appeals court in New Orleans to approve the Silver State as a third party in the case.
Vegas Man Indicted on Charges of Running Counterfeit LabA Clark County grand jury has indicted a 56-year-old Las Vegas man on counterfeiting charges after investigators say they uncovered a forgery lab during a search of his apartment nearly three years ago.
Las Vegas Woman Pleads Guilty To Insurance FraudAG's office says fraudulent acts committed between July and November 2013.
Democrat Cortez Masto Will Run For Reid's Senate SeatCortez Masto served two terms as the state's top prosecutor.
AG Warns Consumers Of Phone ScamCallers Pose As Attorney General Reps
Three Guilty Pleas In Complex Mortgage Scam