A Las Vegas home that was once the center of a brutal murder investigation is now plaguing a neighborhood near Warm Springs Road and Eastern Avenue.
Haley Anderson says the home at 1802 Glistening Sands Drive has tarnished the neighborhood with an unpleasant element.
"I mean, it's a very uneasy feeling, given what happened to him," said Haley Anderson, speaking of her murdered neighbor.
Anderson says the home has become a haven for crime and squatters since the Feb. 2013 killing of David Giliberto.
Las Vegas police say Giliberto returned home from work after midnight on Feb. 2013 to a burglary in progress.
Investigators say the suspect or suspects beat Giliberto to death, threw his body in the trunk of his car which was parked in the garage, and then set the home on fire.
The crime has never been solved.
Anderson says the home has been boarded up several times and she has tried to track down the owners.
"It is very aggravating thinking about it," said Anderson. "I cannot find the owners for the home," she added.
Contact 13 found Clark County records which show the home is owned by a trust in the names of Gladys and David Giliberto.
Death records indicate Gladys Giliberto, David's mother, passed away in 2012.
Clark County officials indicate no one has paid the property taxes on the property since 2015 which means if no one makes the payments by next year, the home will be put up for auction.
Clark County has placed six liens on the property for clean up and boarding up the burned-out home.
"It's very frustrating that either nobody knows that they have inherited this property, or nobody cares enough to do something with the property," said Anderson.
As for the murder, police never caught the person or people involved. At the time of the killing, police said they did not believe the victim knew the suspect.
If you know anything about the murder of David Giliberto, call Crimestoppersat 702-385-5555