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Owner of Alpine Motel Apartments appears in court with associate

The Alpine Motel Apartments in downtown Las Vegas are at the center of multiple investigations related to a deadly fire in Late December 2019 in which six people were killed and dozens more were injured or displaced
Posted at 9:11 AM, Aug 04, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The owner of the Alpine Motel Apartments and his associate appeared in a Las Vegas courtroom on Tuesday morning.

Adolfo Orozco-Garcia and Malinda Mier are facing charges of involuntary manslaughter and others for a fire that killed 6 people and injured many others in December 2019.

Charges filed against owner and his associate for deadly Alpine Motel fire

Orozco-Garcia was granted $50,000 bail and must surrender all weapons. He also has to appoint someone to oversee and make decisions on his property. However, he is still financially responsible.

Mier was granted $10,000 bail and her passport will be electronically monitored. She can not have any contact with anyone associated with the case.

Part 1 of their preliminary hearing is set for 2 p.m. Aug. 18. It is expected to continue Aug. 20 and 24.