Firefighter indicted in estranged wife's death
An indictment was released Friday detailing the accusations against George Tiaffay, who authorities believe hired a hitman to kill his estranged wife earlier this year. Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- An indictment was released Friday detailing the accusations against George Tiaffay, who authorities believe hired a hitman to kill his estranged wife earlier this year.
A grand jury accuses Tiaffay, along with Noel Stevens, or murdering Shauna Tiaffay.
Shauna was found dead by officers on September 29 in an apartment on the South Pavilion Center near Sahara Avenue after George called police.
The Clark County Coroner ruled that Shauna died of multiple blunt-force injuries.
George and Noel Stevens were arrested several days later.
Police said detectives discovered cellphone records showing that George hired Stevents to break in to Shauna's home and kill her.
Shauna was a long-time cocktail waitress at the Palms.
Both George Tiaffay and Noel Stevens face several charges including burglary, conspiracy to committ murder and murder with a deadly weapon.