This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for November 22, 2018.
Las Vegas police are working a barricade situation in the 2900 block of St. Louis Avenue, near Sahara Avenue and McLeod Street. Officers were attempting to make contact with a robbery suspect inside a residence and a heavy police presence was reported in the area while the situation remained active.
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue say 8 people were overcome by carbon monoxide as a result of barbecue grill being used inside of an apartment on North 16th Street for heat. The fire department says a woman who lived in an apartment brought a grill inside just before midnight. She woke up around 3 a.m. and felt ill. She took the grill outside and called 911. The occupants were advised to evacauted.The victims were lying on ground when the fire department arrived. The victims were taken to University Medical Center to be checked out. The apartment was aired out and carbon monoxide levels were at zero when LVFR left.
3:15AM. 8 people overcome by Carbon Monoxide and taken to UMC-Trauma result of Bar-be-cue being used in an apt on N. 16th St for heating. All victims were already outside lying on ground when units arrived. Units have cleared scene. Involved both kids & adults. #PIO1News pic.twitter.com/7wjtHCw67s
— Las Vegas FireRescue (@LasVegasFD) November 23, 2018
Police say they are looking for a man who was reportedly pretending to be a police officer in the 300 block of West Sahara Avenue near Las Vegas Boulevard around 1 a.m.. People in the area say the man had a gun. The man's vehicle was located near Campbell Drive and Palomino Lane. The man's intentions are unknown.
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