Breaking news for September 16, 2017

This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for September 16, 2017.

3:43 P.M.

A customer was shot in the leg during an attempted robbery at a small clothing store at 2013 East Charleston Boulevard, near Eastern Avenue. Police say the suspects are described as black males. They left inside a white vehicle. 

1:15 P.M.

Nevada Highway Patrol responded to a fatal crash reported on southbound State Route 160 and mile marker 19 just past Mountain Springs. A 2006 Harley Davidson occupied by a male rider went down for unknown reasons at this point. The rider was pronounced deceased on scene and was the only vehicle involved. A witness who stopped at the crash scene told troopers on scene that the motorcycle was seen speeding before the crash.

12:42 P.M.

Police say a vehicle crashed into another car, then hit a pedestrian at the intersection of Spring Mountain Road and Decatur Boulevard. The pedestrian was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, while the driver was also transported with non-life threatening injuries. Roads are closed while police investigate the crash.


A fire caused $30,000 in damage at an apartment building near Washington Avenue and Lamb Boulevard. The fire started around 4 a.m. No one was home at the time. Three people contacted the American Red Cross for assistance. The cause is still under investigation.

11:23 A.M.

Police say a good Samaritan was killed after trying to stop a woman who had stolen items from a convenience store. READ MORE.


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