The family of a 44-year-old man who was shot and killed by Las Vegas police while holding a toy sword has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the department. According to the complaint, filed Oct. 5 in federal court, officers killed Lloyd Napouk in 2018 “for refusing to comply with their commands and not because…

The family of a 65-year-old man who died in 2019 while in Metropolitan Police Department custody filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the agency Wednesday, alleging officers did not help the man while he was handcuffed and unresponsive for nearly nine minutes. Roy Anthony Scott, of Las Vegas, died March 3, 2019, after he struggled…

The two Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested last week on child abuse charges hit the child with a belt and had been investigated multiple times before, according to a recently released arrest report. John Woodruff and Destini Hover, both of whom have worked for Metro since 2016, were arrested on charges of conspiracy to commit child abuse,…

  The North Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a $1 million settlement to the parents of a man who was shot and killed by police in 2018. The payment is the largest North Las Vegas Police Department-related settlement the city is aware of, spokesman Patrick Walker said. “I think it’s a significant…

North Las Vegas must pay more than a half-million dollars to a man who was shot by a police sergeant in 2017. A jury in federal court decision late last month that Sgt. Michael Booker of the North Las Vegas Police Department violated Phillip Murry’s 4th Amendment rights when he shot Murry in the foot…

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has settled a $500,000 lawsuit involving two officers who tased a man until he died. Anthony Jones died in 2010. He was 44 years old when he got pulled over for busted headlights, even though video evidence showed the headlights were working just fine. The case has…

Watch this video on YouTube NORTH LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — We’re learning more about what led a North Las Vegas SWAT officer to shoot a driver he encountered at a crime scene Jan. 3. The man who was shot is opening up about what happened as he lawyers up to sue the department claiming…

In Las Vegas the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department recently changed its policy on March 3 and no longer do they document and take traffic accident reports for “garden variety” auto accidents. The department announced this policy change for what they believe are non-injury accidents. Metro indicated that it has to prioritize its manpower on…

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