This is a roundup of all the breaking news in the Las Vegas valley for June 23, 2017.
Las Vegas police say that one person is dead after a collision at South El Capitan Way and West Flamingo Road at 8:06 p.m. Police report that a motorcycle was traveling westbound on Flamingo when it struck a vehicle at El Capitan Way. The motorcycle rider was pronounced dead on scene. The intersection will be closed for the next few hours as police conduct their investigation.
On June 25, the Clark County Coroner identified the deceased as 18-year-old Caleb Troy Auditore Gru Hartman from Las Vegas.
A power transformer caught fire in the 2300 block of Beverly Way, which is between Sahara and St. Louis avenues, east of Las Vegas Boulevard.
2300 block Beverly Way reported power transformer on pole on fire, E33 enroute, @NVEnergy notified PIO1
— Las Vegas FireRescue (@LasVegasFD) June 24, 2017
No injuries were reported when a Cessna plane went off the runway and flipped at Henderson Executive Airport around 4:20 p.m. Two people were on board.
A fire was reported at 2570 Marco Street. This is in the northeast part of the valley near the intersection of Nellis and Lake Mead Boulevard. The first arriving units reported a large pile of debris that was burning in the yard of Desert Recycling.
A person was shot in the Bally's parking lot. Las Vegas police say the person suffered minor injuries. The shooter has not been caught.
Police took two people into custody after a barricade situation in the Desert Shores neighborhood. Police believe they may have been involved in a robbery and shooting.