Domestic Violence

More People Calling on Domestic Violence Organizations

The Nevada Network Against Domestic Violence recently released statistics that suggest an increasing number of domestic violence victims are seeking help from state-funded agencies. Most of the 40,000 people who relied on these services live in Clark County, but a significant number reside in Washoe County. Administrators working within these programs think that the Ray…

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Reducing Domestic Violence – We Can All Take a Part

Committee looks at ways to Curb Domestic Violence Deaths Domestic violence-related deaths have increased over the last few years here in Nevada. In an effort to curb that number, several teams have been created to look into ways to reduce those deaths. These teams have made a number of recommendations, which have been forwarded to…

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Even the Authorities Can Get in Trouble…

Nevada Correctional Officer Faces Charges of Misconduct Even corrections officers are not above the law, and this was evidenced by the recent arrest of a former worker at the Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Center. The man is accused of voluntarily having sex with a female inmate and is being charged with official misconduct. The arrest…

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Las Vegas Murder in the Family

In a bizarre twist of events, a Las Vegas woman and her son have been charged with trying to kill her husband. Amy Pearson, 42; her brother Richard Pearson, 49 and her adopted son Michael Bessey, 21 have all been arrested for the attempted murder of Robert Bessey, 49. Amy and Robert were in the…

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Conspiracy Theory and Tupac

Witness Protection Program-A Plausible Theory Behind Rapper’s Death? One of the biggest conspiracy theories surrounding the death of rapper Tupac Shakur is that he is alive and in the witness protection program. It seems that at the time of his shooting, his record label Death Row Records was being investigated by the FBI on allegations…

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Human Trafficking in Las Vegas?

Action Needed to curb Human Trafficking in Vegas The U.S. Justice Department has named Las Vegas as one of the 17 most likely destinations for human trafficking in the United States. Human trafficking is a serious problem, with the DOJ estimating anywhere between 17,000 and 20,000 people being brought to this country against their will…

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Dealing with a Home that was Used for Making Meth

Is Meth a part of your Home’s History? Those who are in the market for a new home may have more to be concerned about than the value and condition of that home-they should also be concerned about meth labs. The Department of Justice contains a registry of clandestine laboratories, and it could be worth…

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More O.J News

O.J. Simpson could Receive new Trial In 2007, O.J. Simpson received a sentence of nine to 33 years in prison for his role in a 2007 robbery in Las Vegas. Simpson was attempting to recover sports memorabilia he claims was stolen from him after his acquittal on double murder charges. At the time of his…

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Looks Like “The Juice” is Back at it…

New Controversy Surrounds O.J. Simpson Nevada’s most famous prisoner, O.J. Simpson is making news again. This time, rumors are circulating that he has made a deal to sell the weapon he used to murder his ex-wife Nicole and her companion Ronald Goldman. A source that claims to be close to Simpson leaked the news to…

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Domestic Violence Charges in Las Vegas

Domestic Violence in Las Vegas A frequently asked question involves domestic violence.  In the state of Nevada, if an individual calls as a victim of domestic violence – or frequently, it’s the neighbor who makes the call from hearing arguments or there’s some type of concern about the welfare safety of their neighbor – they’ll…

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